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Day: <span>January 12, 2018</span>

“Harriet’s Return: Based upon the Legendary Life of Harriet Tubman”

Written and Performed by Karen Jones Meadows NEW YORK — At a time when the USA is waffling on its commitment to honor Harriet Tubman with her image on the 20-dollar bill, Woodie King, Jr.’s New Federal Theatre will present “Harriet’s Return: Based Upon the Legendary Life of Harriet Tubman,” written and performed by Karen […]readmore

RestorationART presents GARMENT OF DESTINY, Dance Tribute to Martin Luther

Performed at RestoratonART January 15 (Brooklyn, NY – January 9, 2018) In celebration of the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., RestorationART presents a traditional staple in arts and culture, “Garment of Destiny” on Monday, January 15, 2018 at 3PM by the 11-member Restoration Dance Youth Ensemble (RDYE) under the artistic leadership […]readmore

You Gotta Relax

Happy New Year! I know we’re already in the middle of January, but it’s good luck to say Happy New Year to friends and family the first time you speak to them in the new year. Just trust me on this. 2018 has started with a roar. We got a foot of snow last week, […]readmore

Ed Gordon vs. Omarosa at the NABJ Convention!

I could care less about the chilly reception that Omarosa received at the NABJ Convention in August 2017. It was to be expected. Everybody involved knew what that was!! NABJ knew before inviting Omarosa that she was a piece of work! Omarosa knew before she accepted the invitation that she was going to be asked […]readmore

OPRAH: 2020 PREXY Does Oprah Winfrey, still the first lady of American media, have higher ambitions like becoming the most powerful figure in the free world, the American Commander in Chief, the American Presidency.   It began with the Golden Globes Show and its Cecil B. de Mille Award acceptance speech, warning the audience that the […]readmore

Oprah Winfrey: Golden Globe Speech Sparks Presidential Talk

In 1964, I was a little girl sitting on the linoleum floor of my mother’s house in Milwaukee watching Anne Bancroft present the Oscar for Best Actor at the 36th Academy Awards. She opened the envelope and said five words that literally made history: “The winner is Sidney Poitier.” Up to the stage came the […]readmore

The only decent part of all the weekend Trump-related information barrage was seeing Rep. Steve Scalise recovering from being shot on a ball field last summer walking across the stage using hand crutches. Other than that, Dear Mother of God, what must the world think? The tell-all inside look at the Trump White House in […]readmore