Eighteen-year-old Ana Rosa Mora bundled her newborn son in a bag and left him outside to die because she was afraid he would look like the father and that would upset her current boyfriend.
She is now facing first-degree murder charges, according to the Daily News. Mora, who is from Chicago, gave birth last weekend, and went to school the following Monday. She showed pictures of the baby to staff at the school, but they found Mora’s behavior strange. Authorities say the teenager downloaded pictures off the internet. She also asked if they would be able to link her DNA to her son.
A construction worker found the baby outside. He was left out in the cold for hours. She was arrested Friday. She is being held on $500,000 bond.
2. St. Louis Blues, 1929 RKO/Sack Amusements FREE Screening (one of several shorts), Feb. 26th, 7:30pm, Rock Hall – This sixteen-minute short film shot in Astoria, Queens, New York City, is blues singer Bessie Smith’s only screen role. In it, she plays a long-suffering wife of an uncaring gambler. Co-produced by W.C. Handy, author of the title song, the film also features Isabelle Washington (sister of actress Fredi Washington) who plays the “other woman.” Pianist James P. Johnson and the Hall Johnson Choir accompanied Smith and added to the overwhelming pathos of her singing, making this dramatized interpretation of the blues a true film classic.
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4. Listen Up The Lives of Quincy Jones
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6. Cabin In The Sky
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