Hey, remember when it was announced that Phil Lord and Chris Miller (The LEGO Movie) would be making an animated Spider-Man movie? It might be even better than we thought.
So, this is a thing I will be doing, and it will be every Friday. I’m gonna do a round up of odd, entertaining, and WTF news from around the world. Have fun everyone!
...and now it’s Harlem’s turn.
No words, but mostly angry there was a Black person stupid enough to take this job.
I’m sure you have seen the Doodle, but today marks the birthday of Frankie Manning, one of the founding fathers of the Lindy Hop.
A story in which a former NYT writer explains why POC journalists get the assignments that they do.
On the final day of his visit to Vietnam, President Barack Obama beatboxed at a town hall and requested a rap from Vietnam’s “Queen of Hip-Hop” in a moment that tied into the issue of free speech.
The Washington Post put up this article. Now I’ve seen this covered on a few other websites as well, and some of the comments were just vile.
She did an interview with Complex Magazine for their June/July issue and this is what she had to say:
The placement of WOC in the back is giving me Rosa Park teas.
Have you wondered what happens when you combine traditional Japanese Court Music with EDM, and Trap Music? You get this song.
This weekend is Bacchanal weekend in Jamaica! So here is some music to get you hype!
Let’s start shall we?
Bring It On, now a cult classic was released it 2000 therefore qualifying it for our theme of the week. On it’s face, it’s a slightly raunchy teen comedy about competitive cheerleading. But if you look a bit closer it can actually be used as a metaphor for black resistance in America.
I will also accept: