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"Everybody Plays the Fool", The Main Ingredient

Truer words were never spoken.

 

Everybody plays the fool

There’s no exception to the rule

 

This is the kind of song that has such simple and universal lyrics that we wonder why we didn’t write it ourselves.  180 more words

Music

Bizzy Bone Talks About Bone Thugs N Harmony And The Future

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During an interview with BlurredCulture.com, Bizzy Bone spoke on what he sees in his future as well as the future of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony… 155 more words

Entertainment News

What Would You Say in Your Oscar Speech?

I love an awards show and tomorrow night is the king of awards shows, the Oscars! I love the red carpet pre-show and I love the entire show from start to finish.   331 more words

Random Thoughts

African-American Oscar History Pt. 1

In honor of Black History Month

Celebrating the accomplishments of Black Artists in Hollywood; especially in light of the lack of African-American nominations for this year’s… 518 more words

Film History

Journey to the Oscars 2015: Selma

Directed by Ava DuVernay and starring David Oyelowo, Tom Wilkinson, Carmen Ejogo and Andre Holland with appearances by Cuba Gooding Jr., Oprah Winfrey, Giovanni Ribisi and Tim Roth, Selma tells the story of the voting rights marches in 1964 that were led by a group of civil rights activist around Martin Luther King. 135 more words

Movies

Clement Virgo puts directorial fingerprints on /The Book of Negroes' for BET

Clement Virgo is considered one of Canada’s premier television and film directors, and American television audiences will soon see why, as he directs and produces the upcoming BET television miniseries, “The Book of Negroes.” Based on Lawrence Hill’s 2007 bestselling novel of the same name, the BET miniseries will air nationally for three consecutive nights: February 16, 17, and 18. 654 more words

Entertainment

Selma

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Over the last couple of weeks, a controversy has been brewing over this film’s depiction of the relationship between MLK & LBJ (because there is apparently nothing else going on in the world that might want to occupy our attention). 250 more words

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