Pop Culture History

I miss Lauryn Hill

Posted by admin on March 13, 2009 in Blog Pop Culture History 7 Comments

I have days when I’m good and I can accept that Lauryn Hill has dropped out of the music business, to protest, or to raise her offspring or because she just isn’t interested, or because she can’t be in it on her terms. Most days I am fine, and I can respect her decisions. Other

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Shoulda, Coulda, Did & Why?

Posted by admin on February 20, 2009 in Blog Pop Culture History 14 Comments

Well since it’s the Academy Award season I thought I would give my opinion on African American nominees & winners over the years. You may not care what I think, but I’m giving it to you anyway. Feel free to lay your opinion on me, I would love to know what you think. 1) Hattie

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We love You!

Posted by admin on February 6, 2009 in Blog Pop Culture History Rockstar Musings 13 Comments

Many of you may have heard about the Etta James rant about Beyonce and President Obama. I want to take a moment to tell Etta that we love you! I have mentioned Etta James on this blog before as a matter fact I’ve linked to her biography. I want her to know that when I

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Who’s That Tat?

Posted by admin on January 29, 2009 in Blog Pop Culture History Rockstar Musings 9 Comments

It’s time for a little guess who’s body part, uh well art as it were. I personally am not interested in tattoos, but I respect that others love them and wear them as an expression of their individuality. Ready to play, here we go! In ATL she caught a case, and the media tried to

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Fully Fabulous!

Posted by admin on January 16, 2009 in Blog Pop Culture History Rockstar Musings 4 Comments

In a world filled with stick boney, there are some who are not afraid to be full-figured, fit, and fantastic! I want to salute these beautiful women. I am always awe-struck when I see women who are confident, stylish, and dignified, when society tells them they have not right to be. This is the daughter

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Abbey Lincoln

Posted by admin on January 11, 2009 in Blog Pop Culture History 7 Comments

When you think of a female jazz or Blues singer who sang for freedom and equality in the 60’s era maybe Nina Simone or Odetta come to mind. When you think of unique female Jazz voices you may think of Billie Holiday or Sarah Vaughan. All of these women are well-known and extremely talented. Another

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Walk on By…

Posted by admin on December 18, 2008 in Blog Pop Culture History 20 Comments

We played this game with eyes a while back. Today let’s play it with shoes. This woman is so important that she has a blog that hates her and one that loves her and that’s all they do! That’s it and that’s all! Using my friend Ro’Dah’s expression this lady here always seems “one hamburger

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