Monthly Archives: August 2012

Tony Scott, Rest In Peace

Just because he had a life that many considered enviable with material wealth and professional prestige, doesn’t mean that Tony Scott was untouched by despair. Continue reading

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Religion and Relevance: The Black Church

Black church, please don’t pray yourself into irrelevance. Continue reading

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Put the Work In

Sadly there is no alternative to putting the work in for creative and entrepreneurial ventures. Serendipity and luck are devious mistresses who come and go of their own volition, but rarely. Continue reading

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Al Freeman, Jr.: A New York actor

From the soaps to Spike Lee, experimental to genre, stage to film to tube, Al Freeman, Jr. earned one of the highest accolades for a thespian, he was a New York actor. Continue reading

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Unemployment Mortgage Assistance

The Mortgage Reinstatement Assistance Program provides assistance to eligible homeowners who, because of a financial hardship, have fallen behind on their payments and need help to reinstate their past due first mortgage loan. Continue reading

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PGA Awards

The Producers Guild of America wants to give a shout-out to those producing and creating digital content through a new initiative and gala awards event for later this year. Digital VIP will honor nine “Visionaries, Innovators, and Producers who have made significant contributions to the advancement of digital entertainment and storytelling during this past year.” Continue reading

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Writing Out of the Box

Certainly, there is nothing wrong with creating a weak female character. They exist. But there is something very wrong with constructing a(nother) two dimensional stereotype. Continue reading

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