2019 Emmy Nominations

Here's the complete list of #Emmy nominations #spmgmedia TV stars D’Arcy Carden and Ken Jeong unveiled the names at the Wolf Theatre at the Television Academy’s Saban Media Center this morning in Los Angeles. HBO’s “Game of Thrones” earned 32 nominations, including best drama, while comedy nominee “Barry” picked up 17. The 71st Primetime Emmy... Continue Reading →

FILM: A GUIDE TO ESSENTIAL, UNDERRATED, AND FLAT-OUT EXTRAORDINARY FILMS BY BLACK WOMEN DIRECTORS

While I was completing this series, Solange released When I Get Home, her wondrous fourth album, later accompanied by a 33-minute film that shrewdly mixes various aesthetic influences to often mesmeric effect, like placing Afro-futuristic visuals among the barren roads and mythic rodeos of the American Southwest. In one of the album's interludes, Solange intones, “I... Continue Reading →

5 Questions with Author Rick (Sudi) Karatas

Rainbow Relatives: Real World Stories and Advice On How To Talk To Kids About LGBTQ+ Families and Friends AAM:  You've written a thought-provoking book that helps individuals bridge the LGBTQ challenges they may be facing with their own family and friends.  What inspired you to come from a direction of humor? KARATAS: I like to do... Continue Reading →

Breaking Down 2019’s Bestsellers 

After a couple of years of political books dominating the bestseller lists, an adult fiction book is once again the bestselling book of the year, in print. Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens has been buoyed by support from Hollywood powerhouse and publishing kingmaker Reese Witherspoon, who named it to her book club and... Continue Reading →

Create a free website or blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑