THE PITTSBURGH CULTURAL TRUST ANNOUNCES THE RETURN OF FUNKY TURNS 40: BLACK CHARACTER REVOLUTION, ROBERT HODGE—FOR THE CULTURE, WITH PUBLIC MURAL BY TARISH PIPKINS
AT THE AUGUST WILSON CENTER | PITTSBURGH’S CULTURAL DISTRICT
How Five African-American Women Are Shaking Up Atlanta’s Cocktail Scene.
James Beard Award-winning author and noted soul-food scholar Adrian Miller unpacks the complex origins of a cuisine rooted in both triumph and anguish.
Today is National Soft Ice Cream Day, so it’s only right that we share some of our favorite black-owned ice cream shops around the country. The following businesses serve the best in all things frozen from soft ice cream to frozen yogurt and custard. If you know of an amazing black-owned ice cream shop or brand that should be added, comment below!
The jerk prawns with cheese grits at Park 112 in Harlem.
Here are a few items from the Museum Of UnCut Funk collection that commemorate the accomplishments of three Black History Icons.
President Barack Obama
Clinton Initiative Annual Meeting Speech
September 25, 2012
Here is a prototype for the show. The video has been retouched somewhat. The Sista ToFunky (Pam) mini-me character first pops up at 1:29, and then a couple more times throughout the video. This was one of the first videos that we did, so Pam has become more comfortable and natural in front of the camera in subsequent segments. Also, the lighting in the kitchen has since been upgraded, so future videos will not be so bright. We redid this one to show how we would accent the cooking tips throughout the show. Also, we have added the short animation and logo in the front.