COVID-19 is making a long year longer...
*Sigh* We lost another legend. When I was a little girl, House Party was one of my favorite movies; it still is, to be honest. One of the funniest scenes in the film was the one where Play's neighbor, Mr. Strickland, is yelling at the kids next door about all the noise they're making...when he's… Continue reading John Witherspoon: 1942 – 2019
I was 10 years old when I first watched Boyz N the Hood, and I hate to sound like a cliche, but it not only changed things within the black film genre, it forever changed the way I viewed Los Angeles. Before I knew John Singleton existed, I thought LA was a beautiful city that… Continue reading John Singleton: 1968 – 2019
When I was a child back in the early '90s, it was all about Beverly Hills, 90210. There were board games, dolls, clothes; no matter where you went, someone was talking about the show. After my mother jumped on the 90210 train when I was in sixth grade, I decided to get on it myself,… Continue reading Luke Perry: 1966 – 2019
Like most red-blooded American kids, I read comic books growing up. However, my comics were more geared towards Archie, Mickey Mouse, and Duck Tales. Every now and again, I'd check out the comics featuring superheroes. I was mostly drawn to the movies and TV shows they starred in. So it's no surprise that I didn't… Continue reading Stan Lee: 1922 – 2018