Here is a fun video supporting the Obama re-election effort from Nathan Barnatt, the LA dancing fool.
Here is the video from the first couple’s appearance on The View.
Who doesn’t like chili, let alone the first family…ok so if you’re a republican you might not. Since the debates are this week I thought it would be really cool to serve the Obama Family Chili recipe while watching President Obama debate his challenger into the ground. Here’s to you Mr. President!!!
I met JM at the Bronx Heros Comic Con this year. We discussed his work and I mentioned that I thought it would be a good fit with our Aesthetic Groove blog. I would like to thank JM for for submitting his work. Much success on “A Saviour in the Dark” and “Chadhiyana and the Serpent”. Looking forward to seeing you at New York Comic Con.
I saw Leonardo’s art after we friended each other on facebook. I immediately connected to his images and I was reminded of my days studying abroad in Senegal, West Africa. I spent a lot of time at the artist village and watched the Senegalese craftsman dye fabrics and create beautiful works of art. I asked Leonardo if he’d like in share his work with our visitors and I’m happy he did.
Berry Gordy and some of his most famous musical proteges hit the great white way Thursday night for a star studded preview of the new broadway production based on his life story. A crowd of 1200 people were treated to a 90 minute preview of the show that opens on April 14, 2013 at the Lunt Fontaine Theater. Previews begin March 11, 2013.
According to an article posted in The New Yorker by Jack Hitt, the following timeline reflects the conservative historical view from the inception of the republic to today. Not the way I remember the facts, but an interesting alternative theory of U.S. history…Explains quite a bit…
Not to be outdone by Randy Newman’s satire, Samuel L. Jackson delivers a serious wake up call to the electorate on behalf of our Funky President, Barack Obama.
President Barack Obama
Clinton Initiative Annual Meeting Speech
September 25, 2012
President Barack Obama
U.N. General Assembly Address
September 25, 2012
Now I don’t typically write about music at the museum, but there are some artists that I just love and I get really excited when they release new music. So I had to put this info out to the people! There seems to be a lot going on in what I would call the “real” music category right now…
First Lady Michelle Obama
Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s (CBCF) 42nd Annual Phoenix Awards Dinner Speech
September 22, 2012
This is pretty funny, in a sad social commentary kind of way. Randy Newman satirically sums up what is really happening in this election.
Widely recognized as the impresario of Black arts and culture, Ellis B. Haizlip devoted a lifetime of artistic excellence to the communication of Black perspectives through stage and television productions. His mission, in his own words, was “to sensitize and involve the total community in the lifestyle and rhythm” of Black Americans.
Ice-T and director Jorge Hinojosa have collaborated to produce Iceberg Slim: Portrait Of A Pimp, a documentary on Iceberg Slim that recently premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Can You Dig It? You know I can.
The Brooklyn Museum First Saturdays presents “CAN YOU DIG IT?” 1970’s Soul Experience honoring the Mickalene Thomas Exhibit “Origin Of The Universe”.
BLACKBALL: Illuminating Negro Leagues Baseball
August 27 – October 4, 2012
Reception: Thursday, September 13, 2012 | 5:30 – 7:30pm
Anyone who knows me knows that I love Indian food. I love spicy, curried foods from India. I was introduce to Indian foods over 15 years ago and I have been a fan ever since. My very dear friend Russell shares this passion for Indian food as well, so it is a treat to catch up with him and go to his favorite spot in New York for a culinary feast.
Now that summer is over, I’ve given some thought to my short list of fall adventures. I will be heading north to one of my favorite spots on the eastern seaboard, Captain Scott’s Lobster Dock in New London, Connecticut. I traveled the Connecticut coast line last summer. I must say that Connecticut has some of the best public and private beaches around. The water is beautiful and clean and the seafood is exceptional. Captain Scott’s is worth the 3 hour drive coming and going.