Have You Seen the Adorable “Annie” Trailer Starring the Amazing Quvenzhané Wallis? Yes; Little Black Girls are Worth Saving
March 7, 2014 Filed Under: Entertainment
"Annie" was one of my most-loved movies of all time. I introduced my children to it and it's a pleasure we share together. I must admit I wasn't sure what to expect from Quvenzhané Wallis taking over the role as Annie, but from the looks of it, she's fit in just fine. There's a few … Read More...
Last September the traffic on the most traveled bridge in the world, the George Washington Bridge, slowed to a trickle for several days after lanes were ostensibly closed in order to complete a traffic study. Unfortunately it is now known that there was no traffic study. And it appears that the George Washington, which spans […]
Check out these recent story lines with stunning actress, Lupita Nyong’o, and then look at who’s loving on her. From The Daily Mail… She’s been the toast of the awards season so far, picking up prize after prize for her role in 12 Years A Slave. And on Sunday night, Lupita Nyong’o got yet another […]
Enjoy these wedding photos of glam bride Christine and handsome groom Daryl. They celebrated and African-European blended ceremony in their home of Perth, Australia. The venue is fabulous and the colors are vibrant. Wishing this newly wed couple all the best! Source Evermore Photography
Any Twilight Zone fans out there? “Neither sympathy nor compassion can be handed out wholesale like cheap bubblegum.” This is a quote from the “One More Pallbearer” episode, one that has stuck with me for some time. I am more than happy to offer sympathy and compassion to others. There was a comment on […]
I attended the IMATS make up show in Pasadena last weekend and got the chance to interview with Eugenia Weston founder of SENNA cosmetics. Eugenia is the official make up artist for iconic actress, Alfre Woodard. The actress likes to keep it neutral and natural, and boy does she look good doing it! SENNA Cosmetics […]
Monday-Punday #20 Here’s a Pun Fact: Ferdinand Feghoot is a character invented by Reginald Bretnor, writing under the pen-name Grendel Briarton (an anagram). He stars in shaggy dog stories, usually in a science-fiction style, in which he saves the day in a horribly punny way. These ultra short stories often were complex and involved, which […]
Well, well, well. Looks like Eve is having an awesome start to her 2014. With a billionaire at her side, and a refined and mature image these days, there doesn’t seem to be anything this former Philly native can’t do. Congratulations are in order. Eve has just snagged a new sitcom on ABC, about an […]
Happy New Year fellow questers! Yes, I’m still out here searching for the love of my life. I’m hoping the New Year might bring me some new developments. I did go on one perplexing online date in early November with a mixed race, 43 year-old high school principal. We decided to see The Best […]
Dear “I’m Here To Find My Black Queen” Black Men, Hello, how are things? Is the new year off to a good start? I hope so. I see that more and more of you gents are taking up space in the cracks and crevices of this site. I confess, I am a bit confused. It […]
Women, PLEASE Recognize When You Are Being Played. Good Looking and Gainfully Employed Men NEVER Have a Problem Finding a Woman. EVER.
An interesting discussion is happening on the BB&W fan page because I posted this comment: Ladies, recognize when you are being played. We all know there’s a “good black man” shortage in the BC. So one of these “good black men” came to my blog today crying about how he, an educated, employed black man […]
Hopefully you’ll “Get Yo Man” in time for Valentine’s Day so you can watch Orlando Bloom and Condola Rashad in Romeo & Juliet, because the hit play is being adapted for the movies. This from People.com Content provider Screenvision and the new company BroadwayHD teamed up to record the recent Orlando Bloom-led production of Romeo and Juliet and […]