This trailer has definitely peeked my interest even more in seeing this film, as if I needed any additional motivation. It combines Quentin Tarantino, Reginald Hudlin and slave vengence against the Man!!! As Django says, what’s not to like???
I was introduced to Franco’s art recently and was impressed with his use of 1960’s and 1970’s culture, politics, entertainment, and sports imagery in his work. I particularly dig his unique spin on the Fist Afro Pick, which back in the day represented Black Power and the Revolution. I am glad to have Franco’s art as a part of our Aesthetic Grooves blog. I hope you enjoy.
There is nothing better than having flowers growing in the backyard and fresh herbs at your disposal.
My friend Maruchy stopped by with some of her friends to share childhood memories of her mother cooking a very special Cuban dish for the the two of them – which she called Norma’s Surprise.
One Sunday afternoon Sista ToFunky and her company celebrated friendship, good drink and great food.
New music artists are out there, and perhaps in large numbers. The way things are, it’s not always easy to find out about new music or talent that’s dope and worthy of praise. Recently while browsing at Best Buy, I discovered new music from Keane and B.o.B., and remembered that I saw B.o.B. recently on some late night talk show.
If you weren’t able to snag any of Eunice Johnson’s extraordinary collection of designer clothes and accessories during the first-ever EBONY Fashion Fair auction last year, you’ll still have a chance to marvel at the fabulous threads thanks to an upcoming exhibition at the Chicago History Museum.