What do you do when your approval ratings are in the crapper and a nation grows tired of your mad quest to plunder the Middle East for black gold fight for Iraqi freedom? You give lots and lots of dough to sick Africans to cover your corrupt ass.
That’s right whole Dubya’s using the ol’ deflection [...]
Is this the face of the world’s most beautiful woman? Bright eyes, a pretty smile, and slim figure are attractive on an almost universal scale. But Flaviana Matata, who is entering the Miss Universe pageant representing Tanzania, is daring to challenge the norm by rockin’ the baldy. A ballsy move, I must say. While I [...]
Since delving into The Dirtbombs’ Ultraglide in Black – a rock and roll tribute disc covering Mick Collins’ favorite funk and soul songs – Underdog, a remake of Sly & The Family Stone’s track of the same name, has quickly become one of my favorites. The sound isn’t quite up to snuff – it’s a [...]
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When I was young’un on the come up, I was a Steve Martin (n. poor, Black child). My moms worked her ass off at college as well as held down several jobs just to make sure that her boy led a semi-decent life. I had clothes on my back, food to eat, and the occasional [...]
For years both NBA announcers and fans have hailed LeBron as the second coming of Michael Jordan. And just like good ol’ MJ, he’s doing the SNL thang-minus the handful of championship rings. Deets after the jump. – Jay Wilson
Childhood: Born in Cleveland, Ohio, Dorothy Dandridge began a show business career at a young age. Dandridge’s mother, Ruby Dandridge, was an actress. Early on she urged her two daughters’, Dorothy and Vivian, to pursue careers in entertainment.
In the 1930s, Dandridge and her sister began performing in a song and dance act under the [...]
Like movies? Like Black people? Like Black people IN movies? Check out The Invisible Woman, a blogger who drops her two cents-sometimes even three!-on Afro-cinema. Hmmm, I wonder her take on the the Black remake of The Big Chill?
With the impending release of The Simpsons Movie,Blogzarro lists the 101 Greatest Simpsons Quotes of All-Time.
Not having [...]
Friday evening, the girlfriend and I braved the manic roves of geeks prowling Manhattan in order to land the last entry in J.K. Rowling’s fantasy series. We crashed a book store party – which, when geeks are involved, consists of an electronica mix tape playing in the background and a “magic drink” that tasted suspiciously [...]