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February 2006

Monday 6 February

  • End of An Era: Cabrini's Jazz Alley (09:39) - The other night I visited Cabrini’s Jazz Alley on 3rd for the last time. I discovered, by way of Jasmyne Cannick, the doors would officially close Tuesday night, January 31, 2006, and what a place it was. Though, Cabrini promises... | 0 Trackbacks | 0 Comments
  • Riding Coretta Scott King’s Wings: Martin’s Love, And Our Same Gender Loving Folk-Hero (09:17) - By: Terry Lynn Howcott As I marinate over the authentic activist life of Coretta Scott King and mourn her death, I am disgusted with myself with how little attention I have paid her. I guess her consistency in support left... | 0 Trackbacks | 0 Comments
  • The Black Gay Dollar: Ignored and Overlooked (07:07) - As we head into Black History Month, corporations and their advertising arms will once again pledge their allegiance to cultural diversity in a continual effort to strategically target the estimated $852 billion (2007) African American marketplace. However, there’s also a... | 0 Trackbacks | 0 Comments
  • Black America's Gay Problem―Can Attitudes Change in the Black Church? (06:57) - Jasmyne Cannick After two years of public hatred toward gays from black ministers around the country, attitudes toward gays may finally be changing in the black church. But will cooler heads prevail as another contentious presidential election draws closer and... | 0 Trackbacks | 0 Comments

Saturday 4 February

  • Challenging Stella's Man-Made Groove (09:26) - The drama of author, screen writer, movie producer extraordinaire Terry McMillan’s divorce has some complexities and important features that are important to dredge out and drive home. With much interest (and sadness), I read the transcript of the Tavis Smiley... | 0 Trackbacks | 0 Comments