The Monday Fits: Episode 3

And they write innumerable books; being too vain and distracted for silence: seeking every one after his own elevation, and dodging his emptiness. – T.S. Elliot One of my favorite days to celebrate is coming up, and you’re probably thinking Thanksgiving or New Years, but Veteran’s Day is just around the corner.(For all of you reading this on Monday, and you don’t know, it’s tomorrow, go thank a … Continue reading The Monday Fits: Episode 3

The Monday Fits: Episode 1

Over the past week, a lot of people have been talking about the jokes (although he wasn’t joking at all) that Hannibal Burress said about Bill Cosby, calling him a flat out rapist. Now, I don’t know if it’s my age (28), or the lack of coverage on the subject, I can honestly say I was unaware of the accusations, let alone that there were … Continue reading The Monday Fits: Episode 1

ON AIR: The Never-Ending Story (the news) Needs a Face Lift

“It is not the young people that degenerate; they are not spoiled till those of mature age are already sunk into corruption.” – Charles de Montesquieu As a critic of my generation, I find my purpose to question what we are doing to push ourselves to our fullest potential, but I want to do a little reflection on the idea that is often unfairly placed … Continue reading ON AIR: The Never-Ending Story (the news) Needs a Face Lift

Should we care about Mr. Sterling’s Rights? A Question for “Post-Racial” America

By now, the news cycle has almost already forgotten the uproar from the comments released by the media from the billionaire, Donald Sterling, and many in this post-racial America wouldn’t have it any other way. What I found most unnerving about the whole Donald Sterling situation were the comments from a segment of “post-racial” America that we live in; who either sympathized with Mr. Sterling’s … Continue reading Should we care about Mr. Sterling’s Rights? A Question for “Post-Racial” America