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Oulton Time Again

Well this weekend see my 2017 kick off meeting at Oulton Park. The end of what has been a odd off season. Work commitments have seen me travelling around a bit and until recently I faced the very real possibility of not being able to race at all this year. However a fortunate visit to Florida for work (oh the hardship I hear you cry) meant that I had the chance to go to the Daytona 200 and get totally sunburned, while the rest of the NGRRC where at Brands Hatch. Not only did this steel me to find a way t... read more »

Everybody Wants Some!!

Everybody Wants Some!!seen @ Kew Gardens Cinemas, Kew Gardens, Queens NYIt just so happens that the main character in my novel is a former baseball player from Texas. I didn't really go into Everybody Wants Some!! expecting to get any further insight into what the life of a Southern college-age jock was like. The machismo, the competitiveness the party lifestyle, and yes, even the subtle homo-eroticism in places, none of it came as much of a surprise, and anyway, we never see my character during his coll... read more »

Footlight Parade

Are Ruby and Joanie supposed to be nudein this poster? Sure looks like it!Footlight Paradeseen @ Landmark Loew's Jersey Theatre, Jersey City, NJA long time ago, when they used to be shown in venues opulent and lavish enough to be worthy of the name "palaces," movies used to be preceded by live stage shows called "prologues." As I understand it, they were the brainchildren of exhibitors, who put them on as a supplement to the movie, a kind of stage-setter, as it were. Imagine seeingBatman v. Supermanat Ra... read more »


Creedseen @ Cinemart Fiveplex, Forest Hills, QueensWhen Creed first began doing gigs around their hometown of Tallahassee, Florida, grunge rock had started to become played out. They had to settle for playing in family restaurants. They played mostly cover songs, but all the while they were writing original material for what would eventually become their 1997 debut record My Own Prison, which they initially released on their own Blue Collar Records label. According to manager Jeff Hanson, fourteen labels... read more »

The link who fell to Earth

Unfortunately, I don't have any interesting stories related to the music of David Bowie. I never saw him in concert, nor did he inspire me to explore my sexuality or anything along those lines. Like many people, I simply dug his music, and I'm really sad to see him departed from this life. As an actor - and he had been one almost as long as he had been a singer - he had an eclectic range of roles, as you would expect from one who took on roles in his musical performances: Pontius Pilate in The Last Tempt... read more »

Stubbington 10k race recap

I ran my first race of the year today: Stubbington 10k. Ive run it four times previously, so I knew what to expect. I got up early and went co collect some friends: Rodolfo, Khalid and Khalids wife and son. I had been worried about the drop in temperature and thought I might have to [] read more »

No Way Out

No Way OutYouTube viewingJoseph L. Mankiewicz is one of the most successful triple-threats - producing, writing and directing - in Hollywood history. Chances are you've seen his two biggest hits as a writer-director, A Letter to Three Wives and Best Picture winner All About Eve. As a producer, he was behind such big hits from the 30s and 40s as The Philadelphia Story and Woman of the Year, among others. In addition, his brother Herman co-wrote Citizen Kane with Orson Welles, the highlight of a long caree... read more »

Broken Blossoms

Broken Blossoms, or The Yellow Man and the GirlYouTube viewingHow do I talk about D.W. Griffith? How do I talk about the guy whose innovative directorial techniques revolutionized film, yet left an indelible stain on that medium with a movie so toxic in its racism? (I don't need to invoke its name, do I? We know which film I'm talking about.) It so happens that 2015 marks the centennial of That Movie, and Time wrote a piece earlier this year to commemorate the occasion.I have written here before, when ta... read more »

It's Easy To Just Pray

Oh America, you’ve provided the world with yet another reminder of your sordid history with terrorism against black people. I’ve explained to a few people over the last six months that while social media has brought to light the brutality faced by people of color, these things aren’t new. No, they are in fact very, very old. My brother and I, as well as everyone of color we knew, grew up being taught how to act just to appease white people. “Don’t say anything too controversial or they may get offended”,... read more »


RACHEL DOLEZAL: MY TAKE! By: Rod Washington I woke up on a Friday morning and started my usual routine of scanning the The post RACHEL DOLEZAL: MY TAKE! appeared first on The News Channel. read more »

The Endless Summer

The Beach Party Blogathon is devoted to the grooviest and swingingest beach-related movies around, hosted by Speakeasy and Silver Screenings. For a complete list of participating bloggers, visit the link at Speakeasy.The Endless SummerNetflix stream viewingI've never had any great interest in surfing. When I think of the beach, I'm reminded of my days in summer camp as a child, and we did a whole lot more splashing around and dunking each other than we did surfing. I vaguely recall experimenting with a b... read more »

Vote For Your Favorite Motorsports Race

USAToday's 10Best is having a contest to award the best motorsports race. In the running is 24hour Daytona and Daytona500. Go Vote for your favorite now! read more »

Run at Energizer Night Race Manila to benefit t...

Energizer is set to launch its first open run on June 27, 2015 where over 3,000 runners are expected to light up the streets of Filinvest City in Alabang. This is part of Energizer’s ongoing commitment to share positivenergy with... The post Run at Energizer Night Race Manila to benefit the children of Bantay Bata 163 appeared first on The Bag Investigator. read more »

Ethel Waters

I wonder how well Ethel Waters is remembered today by most people. As a Hollywood actress, I'm guessing she's probably not as well known as, say, Hattie McDaniel or Lena Horne or Dorothy Dandridge, and as a blues/jazz singer, she may not be as well-remembered as Etta James or Billie Holiday or Ella Fitzgerald.Hers was certainly not a name I remember from my early childhood, which was steeped in soul, country and disco from the 50s, 60s and 70s. She wasn't someone I learned about during Black History Mont... read more »

Volvo Ocean Race 2015

De 25 maio a 07 junho Local: Doca de Pedrouços   A maior regata à volta do mundo e um dos três maiores eventos náuticos mundiais regressa a Lisboa. Durante 14 dias de stopover no recinto da... Isto é um resumo do Post. Veja o Post completo, e mais, no Blog sportALL ( read more »

To Kill a Mockingbird

To Kill a Mockingbirdseen on TV @ TCM2.18.15My copy of To Kill a Mockingbird looks like the kind you'd get in school. For one thing, it's got "Property of the Board of Education of the City of New York" stamped on the first page. I don't remember what grade I read the book in, but I imagine it must have made an impression on me if I kept it. Also, it's got a hardcover that binds the pages so tight, the gutter comes very close to swallowing the text, so I have to turn the book around a little in order to ... read more »

Gentrification Never Existed

It’s big undefined blob of a word that obscures rather than illuminates.  Gentrification is a metaphor and a poorly applied one.  Plenty of studiers show it does not exist as people use the term, according to author John Buntin.             “As for displacement—the most objectionable feature of gentrification—there’s actually very little evidence it [] Tags:Gentrification, race, urban Facebook TweetThis Digg StumbleUpon Comments:0 (Zero), Be the first to leave a reply! You mi... read more »

A Raisin in the Sun

A Raisin in the Sunseen on TV @ TCM1.14.15SoA Raisin in the Sun was revived on Broadway last year, and after seeing the film version again, I kinda wish I had seen it live as well. Denzel Washington might be too old for the part, but I have absolutely no problem imagining him stepping into Sidney Poitier's shoes. The revival did very well: it won three Tony Awards, including Best Revival of a Play, and even the President and First Lady went to see it.Raisin is a play that has enjoyed a long shelf life, b... read more »


Selmaseen @ AMC Loews Lincoln Square 13, New York, NY12.26.14Love and hate. You can't have one without the other, and ever since the dawn of time, it seems like they've gone at each other like battering rams. We try to use love to rise above our baser instincts, but hate inevitably does its best to drag us down.Are we forever doomed to be locked in this cycle? I certainly hope not, but for every step forward we seem to make in the struggle to transcend ignorance, intolerance and bigotry, we end up taking... read more »

This is Why We Do the Work

This is Why We Do the Work By: Mike Sliwa Many white liberal, socially justice minded people love to talk about doing the The post This is Why We Do the Work appeared first on The News Channel. read more »

2014 race awards

For this post, Ive linked up with Montana at Pretty Lil Mudder  and a few other fab fitness bloggers be sure to check out their posts. Here are my 2014 race awards drum roll, please Most Scenic Course For me this award has to go to Lanhydrock parkrun Its in a beautiful location, but [] read more »

The links will come out... TOMORROW

MAJOR BLOG-RELATED ANNOUNCEMENT THIS TUESDAY.This is big, folks, big enough to require a separate post, because it concerns the direction of the blog for 2015. I highly recommend you come back here for it tomorrow. Not kidding.December 17! That's when the launch party for the next issue of Newtown Literary comes out, the one including my short story, "Airplanes." That's later than I expected, but that's okay; I'm just glad it's gonna be out there at last. It's not like I expect to be discovered by a publ... read more »

Dear White People

Dear White Peopleseen @ Kew Gardens Cinemas, Kew Gardens, Queens, NY10.28.14First of all, I wanna say upfront how grateful I am that the Kew Gardens is showing Dear White People. I was prepared to see this in the city if I had to - the Kew gets a lot of indie films, but they don't get everything - but seeing it in Queens, at a reasonable price (read: single digits) means a lot to me. They even put it in Theater 3, the main auditorium, which is the biggest one they have.Now, when the movie started, I was ... read more »

Nosotros amamos Ricardo Montalban

Hollywood's Hispanic Heritage Blogathones un evento dedicado a celebrar los logros de los latinos en la industria del cine a lo largo de la historia, organizado por Once Upon a Screen y Movie Star Makeover. Para obtener una lista de bloggers que participan, por favor visite los enlaces en cualquier sitio."My dear guests, I am Mr. Roarke, your host. Welcome to Fantasy Island!"And with a beverage raised in salute, the mysterious yet charismatic host played by Ricardo Montalban welcomed television viewers e... read more »

Feline Friday – The Race

bethere2day - Feline Friday This weeks Feline Friday is "The Race" post yours and link up. Feline Friday The Race read more »

The Learning Tree

The Learning Treeseen on TV @ TCM9.18.14The Learning Tree was the first studio movie from a black director, Gordon Parks Sr., and it's not bad. It's kinda treacly in places, and the acting is what I would call earnest - meaning it feels like the actors, especially the two young male leads, are trying very hard to act instead of just be - but at the same time the film comes across as quite sincere and authentic as well.What I wanna talk about is the climax, which presented a fascinating moral dilemma, so,... read more »

Michael Brown Looked Forward to an Education

Two weeks after Michael Brown was killed by a police officer in Ferguson, Mo., a clearer picture of the 18-year-old is emerging from the people who knew him his teachers. (Aug. 24) read more »


Cascais será palco do NOS AIR RACE CHAMPIONSHIP 4, 5 e 6 de julho Tamariz - Marina       A primeira semana de julho vai ser de pura adrenalina na Vila de Cascais com a prova NOS Air Race Championship. No céu de Cascais vão estar em simultâneo oito aviões tripulados por 16 pilotos numa corrida única em tempo real. Num misto entre a Red Bull Air Race e Reno Air Race (EUA), o Nos Air Race Championship terá três dias de duração (4, 5 e 6 de julho).    Tal como na Fórmula 1, a prova terá fase d... read more »

Dojo Lab Presents Debut Game – Farm and Furious

Dojo Lab, LLC announced today that their debut iOS game app “Farm and Furious” is now available worldwide. read more »

The Spoiler Experiment pt. 2: Million Dollar Arm

Spoiler Experiment pt. 1: Draft DayMillion Dollar Armseen @ Jamaica Multiplex Cinemas, Jamaica NY5.20.14I first watched the trailer for Million Dollar Arm sometime in late January/early February, and while I knew this movie would serve well as the "spoiler" movie in my Spoiler Experiment - i.e., the movie I'd learn everything about in advance - I have to admit it didn't exactly excite me.Like my "blind" movie, Draft Day - the one I went into knowing almost nothing about - it's about a middle-aged sports ... read more »

Unexpected Results During Family Activities

I have a different kind of case of the Mondays My shoulder is tight, my elbow is swollen, my lower back is sore, and I acquired a large bruise just above my knee. It The post Unexpected Results During Family Activities appeared first on Mom Tattles. read more »


Belleseen @ Kew Gardens Cinemas, Kew Gardens, Queens NY5.13.14It's those dresses. They're... distracting. Whenever I watch a period piece set in the 19th century or earlier, I just can't help but be distracted by them. Yes, I realize that it's the corsets underneath them that create all that generous cleavage, and yes, they're probably uncomfortable as hell, but... usually, they're the only thing that keeps me awake whenever I watch a period piece. Most of the time, all those movies about Lady Such-and-S... read more »

Motorsports: the solution to everything!

If you have an automotive problem which you would like to overcome, try motorsports! Did you ever wonder why your car drives that well? Why your cars tires are so long-lasting? Why modern cars do not only brake quickly, but also with full control over the car? Why your cars fuel economy is so good? Okay, not so good as you would like it to be, but you know what I mean. All those things found their origins in motorsports: ABS, longer lasting tires, higher power outputs which result in lower fuel consumpti... read more »

Motorsports: the solution to everything!

If you have an automotive problem which you would like to overcome, try motorsports! Did you ever wonder why your car drives that well? Why your car's tires are so long-lasting? Why modern cars do not only brake quickly, but also with full control over the car? Why your car's fuel economy is so good? Okay, not so good as you would like it to be, but you know what I mean. All those things found their origins in motorsports: ABS, longer lasting tires, higher power outputs which result in lower fuel consump... read more »

Video Uploaded From The Street Stock Final at O...

I have managed to upload one of the videos from Saturdays races at Oulton Park. I have been having internet issues, so I uploaded just hte one so far and thought Id start with the last race of the day, the Metzler Street Stock Final. Watch it and youll see why this one was the first [] read more »

All-american links

Last month, I was quite saddened to see that one of the last neighborhood movie theaters from my youth, the Jackson Cinemas in Jackson Heights, was closed for business. The movies on the marquee were Thor: The Dark World, Catching Fire and Frozen, so based on that, I'd say it's probably been at least three months since they closed their doors.I've written about this place many times in this blog,mostly positive but sometimes negative. As much of a beloved hot spot as it was for me growing up, those days ... read more »

Charlie Chan in Paris

The Sleuthathon is an event dedicated to the great cinematic detectives of the past, hosted by Movies Silently. For a list of participating bloggers, visit the host site.---------------------The Blind Spot is an ongoing series hosted by The Matinee in which bloggers watch and write about movies they've never seen before. For a list of past entries, visit the home site. Charlie Chan in Parisseen online via YouTube3.13.14Recently at the TCM blog, Movie Morlocks, there was a piece that discussed casting a... read more »

QWFF Day 3: Hands across the water

Iconoclastic director Spike Lee recently made some statements about the changing, gentrifying face of New York in general and Brooklyn in particular. Whether or not you think gentrification is a good thing is a separate issue. What had me thinking, especially after writing about the changes to Long Island City and Astoria yesterday, was how this issue relates to Queens. I've lived in both East Elmhurst and now Jamaica; I remember how Queens used to look and I'm familiar with how it looks now, and while I... read more »

Make Nyong'o a star, H'wood. I dare you.

Dear Hollywood,Wussup, bro? Been awhile since we talked. How ya been? You had a pretty good night last night at the Oscars, huh? I'm sorry, but I'm afraid I couldn't be bothered to watch. I had a pretty good feeling who was gonna win what, andI know you can't get enough of that stuff, but I really didn't need to sit through yet another themed montage or one more superfluous musical number. You understand.But hey! You gave the big prize to 12 Years a Slave. That's awesome, man. I wasn't sure if you had it... read more »

Links and an Oscar recap

Oscar winners:Best Picture: 12 Years a SlaveBest Director: Alfonso Cuaron, GravityBest Actor: Matthew McConaughey, Dallas Buyers ClubBest Actress: Cate Blanchett, Blue JasmineBest Supporting Actor: Jared Leto, Dallas Buyers ClubBest Supporting Actress: Lupita Nyong'o, 12 Years a SlaveThe rest.They got it right. Can you believe it? The Academy actually got it right for once when it comes to bestowing their Best Picture Oscar. Color me amazed; it would've been easy for them to award a less challenging movi... read more »

Video Of White Supremacist Learning He Is 14 Pe...

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Jailhouse Rock

Jailhouse Rockseen on TV @ TCM10.20.13First of all, let it be known that I do respect Elvis Presley as a musician. He made some awesome records that genuinely rock, and that still hold up today. He was a bit of an iconoclast, he certainly embodied the spirit of what we now call rock music as something dangerous and sexy (though I don't think he was that great looking), and yes, I'll even go so far as to say that he does deserve a place in rock history as one of the earliest, if not the first, superstars.... read more »

International link festival

Stolen from Zap2It. Only... shouldn't Brodie be the one w/the punchline?First of all, all you people are crazy. Affleck will kill it as Batman.Second: the major film festivals are either here or approaching us, so that means it must be Oscar-watching season. I've never been the type to follow the Oscar race year-round - they don't mean that much to me - but for those of us who can't be at Toronto, or Telluride, or Venice, they let us know which movies to keep an eye on, whether Oscar-worthy or not, and t... read more »

Gone With the Wind

The Blind Spot is an ongoing series hosted by The Matinee in which bloggers watch and write about movies they've never seen before. For a list of past entries, visit the home site.Gone With the Windseen on TV @ TCM8.20.13I've loved classic movies ever since the first time I saw Sunset Boulevard in college and became fully aware of what movies can do. In the three years I've worked on this blog, I've made some good friends who share this love. Thing is, though, loving classic movies means accepting the fa... read more »

Fruitvale Station

Fruitvale Stationseen @ Kew Gardens Cinemas, Kew Gardens, Queens, NY8.8.13In my life, I've had encounters with police twice - however, they turned out to be misunderstandings both times. The first time was here in New York, in my Queens neighborhood. I was walking down a street; I forget where I was headed, but it doesn't matter. A cop car from the opposite side of the street turned around to my side, and one of the cops asked me to approach. Hesitantly, I did so, heart pounding in my chest as I prepared... read more »

Smurf these smurfin' links

Not a whole lot to talk about this time out, except to mention that once again I'll be taking part in the TCM Summer Under the Stars Blogathon this month. Last year, I made an effort to make each of my posts different from each other, and I'm gonna do the same this year, even going so far as to play with the format a little bit. Also, last year I chose to pick one actor whom I had never heard of before, or at the very least, knew next to nothing about. That was Jeanette MacDonald. I've done the same this... read more »

The Rule of Law

I know that what Im about to tell you will come as a shock, but the President of the United States of America does not respect the rule of law. I know, I know, you dont believe me. After all, hes a Constitutional lawyer, how could he NOT respect the rule of law? Well, he [...] read more »

Across 110th Street

Across 110th Streetseen @ Mid-Manhattan Library, New York, NY7.3.13I don't get up to Harlem much. Manhattan is a huge island, with much to see, but eight years of high school and college in or near the midtown area kind of conditioned me to favor the lower half of Manhattan. So it's not just Harlem I don't visit much; I don't see Washington Heights or Inwood a whole lot either. (For those of you who've never been to NYC, these are neighborhoods at the far northern end of Manhattan.)I've certainly spent t... read more »

What a time for black filmmakers!

'Fruitvale Station'It doesn't matter if Hollywood doesn't notice. It doesn't matter if the critics don't notice (though I believe they do). It doesn't matter if general audiences don't notice. The fact is that it's happening... and because it's happening one can't help but feel hopeful for the future, in spite of everything. Quality black directors are on the rise, and have been for the past several years (at least). I feel fortunate to have started this blog when I did so that I could help chart the r... read more »

Fun Tuesday!

Yesterday I took the kids to McWane Center for a few hours. It's a fun museum to visit anyway, but we wanted to be sure to go during a special exhibit event. A very thought provoking exhibit, on the topic of race. The exhibit included several anti-racism videos, photos and computer simulations. It helped generate an interesting discussion with the kids, even the six year old.After the special exhibit we wandered into the adventure halls. The kids raced against dinosaurs, dug for dinosaur fossils, hoi... read more »

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