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Middle of Nowhere - Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)


Middle of Nowhere has both the appeal of the 90s Black cinema classics, mixed with the vibe which has made Black web series so popular, and truly it makes you have hope for Black cinema’s future if Ava Duvernay and co. 571 more words


'OITNB' Star Lorraine Toussaint to Guest on 'Black-ish' (EXCLUSIVE)

Lorraine Toussaint will guest star on “Black-ish,” playing the sister of Laurence Fishburne’s character, Pops, Variety has learned exclusively.

Her character is named Almaviligerais, though everyone calls her “A.V.” Described as someone who is always on the hustle, pulls no punches and is down for whatever, she is strongly disliked by Ruby (Jenifer Lewis) so Dre (Anthony Anderson) has to conceal his love for her whenever Ruby is around. 544 more words


Talking to the Cast of OITNB: June 2016

Nick Sandow (Joe Caputo) favorited one of my tweets

Tamara Torres (Weeping Woman) followed me on Instagram

Jolene Purdy (Hapakuka) liked one of my tweets… 61 more words


Happy Birthday, Lorraine Toussaint!

Happy Birthday, Lorraine Toussaint (Yvonne “Vee” Parker)!

April 4, 1960.

Lorraine turns 56 today.


Chicago Justice: Lorraine Toussaint to Reprise Law & Order Role on Spinoff

Lorraine Toussaint is taking on the criminal justice system once again — on Chicago Justice, NBC’s next installment in its Windy City franchise. 138 more words

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OITNB Recipe #6: Vee's Butternut Squash, Leek & Ginger Soup

Squash those winter blues with Vee’s Butternut Squash, Leek & Ginger Soup!


Alfre Woodard Celebrates the African American and Latina Women Who'd Be Nominated 'in a Perfect World'

Alfre Woodard hosted her seventh annual pre-Oscars “Sistahs Soiree” on Wednesday at the London West Hollywood’s exclusive Vivienne Westwood Penthouse. The intimate night began with a social cocktail hour for the attendees, all of whom Woodard explained are “African American and Latina who have been nominated for the Oscar in the acting category, and, we say in a perfect world, those who should have been.” 474 more words