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Black History Month 2016 The Modern Era: Dr. Farrah Gray, Youngest Negro Self-Made Millionaire Ever

I am taking a different track with this years (2016) Black History Month, making all my post about current Negroes who have made a difference. It gets harder each year to find Historic topics from the past after doing this series the past 4 years. 13 more words

And the Oscar Goes to...: The Best Years of Our Lives

Here we’ve come to what I consider the last contemporary World War II film in the Best Picture list. There were three: Mrs. Miniver (1942), … 249 more words


Things That Are Right

There are a lot of gripe worthy, fist in the air episodes in life these days. And it doesn’t take much to strike a flame it seems. 496 more words


Birdman: Really Short Impressions

It’s been awhile since my last post here. Unfortunately, as much as I want to continuously update this blog, it won’t be happening at least for a couple of months. 141 more words

The Academy Flips America The Bird

Birdman is an incredible movie. If you haven’t seen it, see it. The script, acting, storytelling style, cinematography, and directing, risky, exciting, innovative, ingenious stuff. I admire it, a lot, though it’s not the kind of movie that lends itself to repeated viewings. 109 more words


What's Your Pick for #Oscars Best Picture?

What flick is your pick for #Oscars Best Picture? Tweet answer using #MyRedCarpet to cast your vote! #AcademyAwards pic.twitter.com/AvB42A4137

— Robert Holguin (@ABC7Robert) February 22, 2015