Friday, September 22, 2023

Telfair Museums’ Owens-Thomas House & Slave Quarters Telling the Untold Story.

October 31, 2018 by  
Filed under News, Opinion, Press Release, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( This fall, Telfair Museums presents the conclusion of the next major phase of work for its award-winning Slavery and Freedom in Savannah project, which transforms the Owens-Thomas House & Slave Quarters’ working cellar, carriage house, and slave quarters with new exhibits and narratives. The project will be revealed at... [Read more...]

Radical Harlemite Filmmaker Champions Hometown For CrowdFunding Rally With The Duplass Brothers.

September 19, 2018 by  
Filed under Ent., Money, News, Opinion, Press Release, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( Award-winning Black artist Mtume “Core Rhythm” Gant is proud to present his first-feature, I DON’T LIVE TODAY, in a 30-day intensive crowdfunding campaign through Seed&Spark’s Hometown Heroes rally, partnered with Duplass Brothers Productions, Salem Street Entertainment and UnLTD Entertainment. I DON’T LIVE TODAY... [Read more...]

Book Release; What the Bible Teaches About Leadership and Delegation.

Tweet ( After 400 years of living in slavery, Moses had just begun leading the Israelites out of Egypt. His task was to take the children of God toward Israel, their promised land. As we read in the Book of Exodus Chapter 18, Moses was laboring in the middle of the Sinai desert from dawn to very late into the day and night as he attempted... [Read more...]

Cult Classic “As An Act Of Protest” Returns To New York 15 Years Later.

October 24, 2017 by  
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Tweet ( The Luminal Theater @ Richard Beavers Gallery presents “As an Act of Protest” on November 2, 2017 at 7pm in Brooklyn, NY. This will be the first time in 15 years that the film will be screened in New York after being banned. During the Giuliani era, the cult film was made available in bootleg versions underground, however... [Read more...]

Music Industry Book – BLACKOUT: My 40 Years in the Music Business.

Tweet ( For more than 50 years, commercial FM radio has had the power to inspire, influence, entertain, and inform listeners. It’s also had the power to break artists and sell records. So, from day one, pay for play has been part of the game. But in the past two decades, terrestrial radio has undergone a sea change in terms of... [Read more...]

Book Release; House – Portrait of a legendary barbershop in the heart of Harlem.

May 9, 2017 by  
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Tweet ( In House, Jeffrey Henson Scales first monograph, vibrant reflections of life, history and masculinity are in the mirrors of House’s barber shop in Harlem. Men of all walks of life congregated here where the traditions of grooming styles and the oral histories were passed from old to young, and then back again. Scales’ photographs... [Read more...]

Ebony Magazine Goes All In with NBA Record-breaker Russell Westbrook!

April 13, 2017 by  
Filed under News, Opinion, Press Release, Sports, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( A groundbreaker in the world of fashion, an all-star point guard for the Oklahoma City Thunder and recently anointed triple-crown king, Russell Westbrook has established himself as an electrifying presence on and off the court. Although he is known as a man of a few words, he discusses in a rare and candid in-depth interview... [Read more...]

UCC creates another provocative video.

January 20, 2017 by  
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Tweet ( To coincide with the presidential inauguration, the United Church of Christ is releasing a web video about interfaith understanding. The video, called “Trading Places,” seeks to demonstrate that major religions, while unique and distinct, do share several common core values, like love, peace, family and justice. The :90... [Read more...]

Alicia Keys Unfiltered – Ebony Magazine’s Fashion Issue.

August 17, 2016 by  
Filed under Ent., Music, News, Opinion, Press Release, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( Alicia Keys tells EBONY she doesn’t believe in being “flawless,” yet on the set of the September Issue shoot, the 15-time Grammy® Award-winning music artist, philanthropist and judge on the new season of NBC’s The Voice proves she’s still a girl on fire. The fresh-faced star posed perfectly in futuristic attire while... [Read more...]

Book Release; Reflecting On Jim Crow – Fondly?

Tweet ( Being an insecure, chubby teenager in the Jim Crow south may have been a challenge, but growing up as that same teen might be far more difficult in today’s world.  In my book, The Blessing of Movement, I chronicle the story of my sister, Sandra and how her actions impacted our family, and my life choices.  Although I was... [Read more...]

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