North Korea Test-Fires Another Ballistic Missile, Heightening Tensions With U.S. https://nyti.ms/2qgl73y Continue reading NYTimes: North Korea Test-Fires Another Ballistic Missile, Heightening Tensions With U.S.
Here’s the thing about eating organic: You have to be sure you eat from farms that ONLY grow organic, because there is this thing called “Wind Drift.” During the Vietnam war when they were dropping Agent Orange/a STRONG TOXIC pesticide, … Continue reading Pesticides & Your ORGANIC FRUITS & VEGETABLES 😦🤤😞
My grandmother used to say, “When in the land of the one-eyed Giant, close one eye.” Some of us are a little slow in learning this and other lessons, but we would do right by ourselves to listen to those … Continue reading Grandma Used to say:
First government begin taking politics to social media. Now, they are bringing it via entertainment, literally. Putin got jokes. See below his response to US accusations of Syria using weapons… He quoted two Russian writers of a 1928 satire, saying … Continue reading NYTimes: Putin… Keeps Tillerson Waiting (but not Before Jokes, lol)
Hello everyone. My newly finished short play, “Plain Jane” was acceoted into the Spring Forward Theatre Festival in Harlem, NY. I’m excited as we get to see it upon the stage, and receive feedback. As many of you know I … Continue reading Plain Jane Strikes Again
With this eye, I thee wed… Continue reading With This Eye
Good Morning. Thought I would share this with the writers among us: “When to Say When” I’m working on this film script, an adaptation of a character from my first book. It was an easy write bcuz that character, in … Continue reading When to Say, ‘When’
My favorite quote by James Baldwin, “I am not a Nigger, and if you think I am, it’s because you need one.” People do not realize the weight of those words. Often times, people need someone to hate, so they … Continue reading I Am Not Your Negro
So I was settling in from my flight from Atlanta just trying to relax and let the jet lag wear off, when eating strawberry ice cream my lips began to swell. Now I know what you’re saying I’m probably allergic … Continue reading How a Strawberry did Me In
As I watched the panel discussion about August Wilson I realize that I am not that complex a playwright. Learning more about August Wilson I’m realizing that it is just the nature of the Beast. It is our vision that … Continue reading Watch “August Wilson’s Legacy (Working In The Theatre #354)” on YouTube
Today was no typical day, it was pick on Andrea day. I think today was one of those days that people stood on a line and took turns at me. Why are so many people lacking in Customer Service? They … Continue reading What a Day
HELLO World, did you know I am also a playwright, Directir, Producer? Yes, and my latest play, It’s a Family Affair is doing a staged reading at the Atlanta Black Theatre Festival and we need your help. We’re asking if … Continue reading Help “Get us to Atlanta”
So, I’m sitting here wondering just how real this image could possibly be. A kid learns his father is someone from the neighborhood. He goes out to the area where men often gathers and says, “Who da Pappy?” holding up … Continue reading Who Da Pappy?