Monthly Archives: December 2014

Updates on Mom

I know I haven’t posted much about Mommie on here lately. Been sharing a lot on Facebook & twitter. But here’s the latest. She’s been in her wheelchair for about a year now. She’s so unsteady on her feet that … Continue reading

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Love Actually: Ground Zero for Geek Icons

Originally posted on thenerdsofcolor:
When Love Actually premiered in cinemas over a decade ago, who knew it would be one of the most influential — and divisive — holiday movies ever made? You might think I’m being hyperbolic, but this…

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Philadelphia Museum of Art to Open “Represent: 200 Years of African American Art” Exhibit in January 2015

Originally posted on GOOD BLACK NEWS:
The Annunciation, (1898), Henry Ossawa Tanner. (Courtesy the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Purchased with the W. P. Wilstach Fund, 1899) In January, the Philadelphia Museum will open “Represent: 200 Years of African American Art,”…

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