Black Music Month Challenge

June is Black Music Appreciation Month, and every year I try to find a new challenge to participate in to celebrate. I did a challenge back in 2019, but this one takes the cake. Enter Naima, who put together an amazing list of prompts that were so fun (and a little tough) to work through.... Continue Reading →

Remember The Slumber Party Girls?

…no? Okay, what about Dance Revolution? Not the arcade game (that’s Dance Dance Revolution, which the show was named after), the TV show that came on during CBS’s Saturday morning children’s programming block from 2006-2007. I imagine a faint haze is entering your mind as you slowly begin to remember. Or maybe not. Either way,... Continue Reading →

What almost made me stop watching The Nanny

Photo by Nothing Ahead on Pexels.com I remember meeting someone years ago who was OBSESSED with Fran Drescher, and, by extension, The Nanny (seriously, he was.) I couldn’t understand it… until about 2 months ago. I’m scrolling through my YouTube feed to find something to watch for the evening when I see a live video... Continue Reading →

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