Entertainment

Graffiti – Chris Brown’s Redemption Song

By at 24 December, 2009, 3:11 am

I’ll say it and I’m not ashamed to either: I listened to Chris Brown’s new album Graffiti and bought it in support of the man’s art.  I’m a music lover and I have an ear for quality and for crap and you have to give credit where credit is due — the sh*t is FIRE!! Alright, before […]

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Michael Jackson’s This Is It

By at 29 October, 2009, 12:36 am

After I left work Wednesday, I went straight to the theater looking forward to seeing Michael Jackson’s This is It. Arriving an hour early so that I can pick my seat instead of being left with slim pickings was my goal. When I arrived to the theater I thought there would be chaos, but that […]

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Angel Taylor – Lost in the Fog

By at 22 September, 2009, 6:47 am

Music is as subjective as ice cream, we all have a flavor that resonates with us, whether it’s deep rich chocolate blues or a nutty flavored Amaretto. I was assigned the task to review Ms. Taylor’s new album and at first I was hesitant — not wanting to say the “wrong” thing, but as I […]

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A Long Goodbye – Memory of Mike

By at 7 July, 2009, 5:30 pm

For MJ When you got your assignment from the spiritual realm above, you took yours seemingly with no complaints – the cost of being a living version of love the slings and arrows of gross injustices and at times outweighed the patience that lived within your work would you do it all over again? If […]

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Notorious: A Movie Review

By at 6 February, 2009, 1:36 pm

Every generation has their bad boy superhero, like a meteor, speeding through the sky blazing a trail for other like-minded individuals to follow behind . . . but at some point all meteors freefall, usually by their own doing. In the case of Christopher Wallace (aka The Notorious B.I.G.), his glory potential was cut down […]

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Get It On

By at 23 January, 2009, 1:12 pm

It is a slow day in the office and the weather is warm. I think I’m going to go out and actually sit at a restaurant for lunch.  One of my favorite pass times, when I’m not actually working at work, is perusing YouTube for funny videos. This one I found entertaining. [youtube Uqt3Zb7BItA nolink] […]

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Foto Friday: NHL Winter Classic 2009

By at 9 January, 2009, 12:00 pm

New Years Day was but a week ago but it is still vivid in my mind as I remember sitting in the freezing cold watching an NHL game for the first time. The Winter Classic is one of those rare events where the NHL played at a Baseball Park. History was made that day, at […]

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When Finding Yourself Goes Wrong – Part 2: Finding Love in the Big City XVII

By at 18 July, 2008, 12:00 am

When we last left our heroine, she was contemplating whether to go on the date with the bicycle passerby. Dating Note # 1: NEVER LET A COMPLETE STRANGER MEET YOU AT YOUR HOUSE.  IF THEY TURN INTO A STALKER, THEN YOU’RE FUCKED. Me: Uh, not my house, why don’t we meet here at the train […]

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Sex and The City

By at 3 June, 2008, 11:05 am

Life had been heavy lately. I haven’t blogged much but I’m doing well for myself. Thank you Meleah for reaching out and thinking of me. I’m fine. Just busy. I’ve been working more hours lately. Getting out of work after the sun goes down has been more routine than foreign. Just the last Thursday I […]

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Minorities Under Siege: The Art of the Super Bowl Commercial

By at 7 February, 2008, 12:00 am

I, Too, Sing America I, too, sing America I am the darker brother They send me to eat in the kitchen When company comes, But I laugh, And eat well And grow strong. This was one of my favorite poems growing up, not just because Langston Hughes was the only poet that we studied in […]

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R. Kelly still far from Flirting with Justice?

By at 9 May, 2007, 9:00 am

I’m so conflicted right now. As one of my peeps has forwarded an article to me to comment on I realize, I have mixed feelings about the situation. If you haven’t hit the CNN page today then click here. R. Kelly has been making hits since the 90’s. I’ll admit that I enjoy the music […]

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CBS Fires Radio Bigot Don Imus

By at 14 April, 2007, 2:00 pm

The Rev. Al Sharpton says he and his supporters are now poised to go after major entertainment corporations who finance the production and distribution of violent and mysoginistic gangsta rap music, videos and related publications. It will expose the hypocrisy practiced by Jewish CEO’s and corporate figures who profit from gangsta rap music. read more […]

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