…wait for it, wait for it… (This is...
We have shows like 30 Rock and Parks and Recreation struggling to stay on every...– Anisha Ahuja, I’m Sad 30 Rock Ended (And Why You Should Be Too) on Feminspire.com (via feminspire)
This moved me to sublime tears. Thanks for sharing with me, Rylee. <3
Beyonce Art History →
Art Meets Queen B bim.
What a Fool Believes
He came from somewhere back in her long ago The sentimental fool don’t see Tryin’ hard to recreate What had yet to be created once in her life She musters a smile for his nostalgic tale Never coming near what he wanted to say Only to realize It never really was She had a place in his life He never made her think twice As he rises to her apology Anybody else would...
Jay-Z's 'Open Letter' Is Met With '21 Jumpstreet'... →
I’m sure most of you have been following the Jay-Z/Beyoncé/Cuba trip fiasco, so I won’t bother with a rehash.
ARTIST WILLIE COLE REDEFINES RECYCLING AS... →
Awol Erizku on the ImageBlog/Huffington Post Arts →
Kenyatta A.C. Hinkle on the ImageBlog/Huffington... →
Why I Wrote a Mad Men Episode With Negroes by... →
“Why did I write an episode of Mad Men with negroes? And by that I mean with “negro” characters in it, not with.. Not that there’s anything wrong with that. Anyway, why did I write an episode of TV that I know will never be made? ThoughI work as an actress and have pitched and sold a television series or two in my time in Hollywood, I’m not a writer on Mad Men, so this episode won’t appear...
The Conversation: Dee Dee Bridgewater →
“Dee Dee Bridgewater (born May 27, 1950) is an American jazz singer. She is a three-time Grammy Award winning singer-songwriter, as well as a Tony Award - winning stage actress and host of National Public Radio’s syndicated radio showJazzSet with Dee Dee Bridgewater. She is a United Nations Ambassador for the Food and Agriculture Organization.” MORE
On the wish list... →
“Welcome to our blog; a place to find out more about all things Autographer and take a wide-angle view across the realms of wearable technologies, pioneering photography and the documenting of richer life-stories. We’re looking forward to sharing a wide range of perspectives from our internal team, friends of Autographer and a host of special guests, all adding to the growing narrative...
The Brooklyn Portrait Gallery: An Exhibition of... →
“An exhibition highlighting 100 of Brooklyn’s finest artists has never been done before. This is an opportunity for us to make history together. Over the past few years, I have exhibited the work of dozens of artists from all over the world. Several of the exciting exhibitions I have curated include, The Box That Rocksat MoCADA (the Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan...
Politics, Soul and Love: The History of the Afro
“My afro, Harriet the ‘Fro, turns two this month. She’s named after Harriet Tubman and embodies the freedom Harriet attained for the hundreds of thousands she led to independence. The natural hair craze has been equally as freeing for the legions of black women embracing their unaltered tresses. Here’s a quick chronological timeline on the political, cultural and social history of the afro,...
Saltz on the Death of the Gallery Show
“Gallery shows: light of my life, fire of my eyes. I love and long for them. I see maybe 30 a week, every week of the year. Much of what I know about contemporary art I learned from hanging around artists and from going to galleries. Bad shows teach me as much as good ones. A great thing about galleries—especially for someone who spends most of his time alone at a computer, typing—is that...
Shorty Wanna Be A Thug. →