Greetings fellow Americans, Three weeks ago we all received a shocking and historical blow. While the election is over, many fellow citizens are bemoaning the fact that this actually happened and “the Donald” pulled this off. It is time we stopped being shocked and instead start moving towards some action. Here are my ten ways… Read More »
What has happened to us in the United States? When I was a kid I was told the key to success is hard work and a good education. My mother took me to the library. She took me on field trips to learn about the Moravians at Old Salem or we went to see the… Read More »
In a world that gives so much credence and attention to Brangelina, Sandra Bullock, and every celebrity that takes in a baby of color, where is all the glory and paparazzi for black dads who are raising their children?
I write this response to highlight and draw attention to the most sublime television I have seen in over a decade.
First off, I want to say that I love this show. Every scene between Kurt and his dad is kind, hopeful, thoughtful, loving and insightful. If any of us had ever had an adult this supportive and nonoppressive, things would be quite different. However, I want to address the concept of duality or, more appropriately,… Read More »
I hereby declare a moratorium on technological advances. In the sometimes witty and always stylized series Sex and the City, Carrie gets dumped via a Post-It note. I found this both hysterical and troubling at the same time.
I have been laughing my ass off for weeks now. I am currently doing research for a series of screwball comedies that I plan to write, shoot and direct. My research includes one episode of “I Love Lucy” a day.
“Didn’t need no welfare states, everybody pulled his weight, you knew who you were then, gurls were gurls and men were men. Those were the days”. In the brilliant and way-ahead-of-its-time show, All in the Family, a bigot, is forced to deal with a world that is constantly changing.