Date with Death by Julia Chapman My rating: 5 of 5 stars Date with Death: A Dales Detective Mystery 1 In A Nutshell Samson ex-undercover Met officer returns home and sets up a detective agency. Delilah runs a dating agency in the same building and doesn't get on with him. Nonetheless, Delilah involves herself in… Continue reading Date with Death – Book Review
The host of creatives prepared to work with Woody Allen proves that Hollywood is not prepared to resolve the abuse of females in the industry. But we can.
The 61st BFI London Film Fest is taking place across 20 venues. There are some good black films among the 242 feature films and the doc-u-film Dolores.
Nick Cannon was paid millions to host America’s Got Talent (AGT) for NBC. He recently quit because he says ‘No amount of money [is] worth [his] dignity or integrity.’ The resignation followed speculation that NBC considered dismissing him after they received complaints about his humour and for bringing NBC into disrepute. Many black Americans are… Continue reading Is Nick Cannon Revolutionary or Reactionary?
Here are three recommendations for movies for Christmas. The three movies I have chosen are light entertainment, adventurous and good for a laugh. After the year we have lived through a laugh is much needed. If you feel compelled to see the movies but are too embarrassed because of the certification, borrow somebody's children. In… Continue reading Three Funny Adventurous Movies For Christmas…
Kemp Powers play One Night In Miami is on at the Donmar Theatre. Congratulations to the Donmar for hosting a play featuring four iconic black men. It is an engaging play, based on a historical event we know little about. It’s 25 February 1964 the night that Cassius Clay beat Sonny Liston. He is… Continue reading One Night in Miami Review