Monthly Archives: May 2015

Black is Blue in a rainbow world: How a film changed my perspective

I’ll preface this with the fact I am extremely open minded. Im a left leaning, 30-something black woman so understanding the plight of the down trodden, abused, and misunderstood is easy for me. Continue reading

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A review of the documentary: Live from New York!

Making its Canadian premiere at Toronto’s 2015 Hot Docs festival, Live from New York!  proves laughter really is the best medicine in the face of fear, angst and even confusion. ‘Live from New York its Saturday night’ is one of … Continue reading

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Basking in the Basquiat

Jean Michel Basquiat acclaimed NYC street artist of the 1980’s. Artist and visionary Jean Michel Basquiat rocketed to fame in the early 1980’s,  after his ‘Samo’ and signature three-pronged crown street tags gained attention from those on the fringes of … Continue reading

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