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 The Nerds of Color:
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…

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

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,” a sprawling survey … Continue reading

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