Monthly Archives: August 2010

There’s Something About Glenn Beck

Glenn Beck, by Gage Skidmore. It’s that he is a moronic, racist provocateur. Let us consider the background. In the dying days of the summer of 1963, Dr. King gave his monumental ‘I have a Dream’ speech to a crowd of hundreds … Continue reading

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Foto Flashback: Passa Passa

Passa Passa was one of the most unique street parties in the world. I am not afraid to say that I miss it. Continue reading

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10 Things I’ve Learned Circling the Globe

Travel is important. Continue reading

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Happy Earthstrong Jamnesia!

So mad I couldn’t summon the energy to go to the three year anniversary session this past Saturday. Jamnesia is one the most entertaining live music events in Jamaica. When so many music events have become about hype and posing, … Continue reading

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Sunday Night Recap

Screen grab from episode 9, Everything is Broken. Sunday Night Recap has been m.i.a. for a week. Last week’s Mad Men didn’t sparkle, and Russell’s explosion at the end of episode 9 of True Blood was a lot to take … Continue reading

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In Memoriam: Abbey Lincoln

Abbey Lincoln, originally uploaded by Toru AIHARA. Another legend passed last week. What I like about Abbey Lincoln’s music is that it is both personal and political. Recently, I had a raging conversation with my friends on facebook. We were … Continue reading

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The Cult of iThings

iWish they would just give Mac fans a break. Why do they hate us? Seriously. The reason why some prefer Apple products is not lost on those who actually use them: reliable, distinctive, easy and fun to use. A friend … Continue reading

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