Docu-series That Deserve Your Viewership in the Age of #QuarantineLife (Part 2)

It’s April 1st, 2020. While historically known as April Fool’s Day, today, in the age of #QuarantineLife, this Wednesday officially marks another round of social distancing until April 30th. Yep. April 30th. If you haven’t already had your OH MY GAWD moment about this, it’s okay to (still )do so now. Considering the last pandemic … More Docu-series That Deserve Your Viewership in the Age of #QuarantineLife (Part 2)

How Feel-Good Show “The Facts of Life” Tackled a KKK Problem, 35 Years Before Summer 2017

first published on MEDIUM, October 3, 2017, LINK The Facts of Life, similar to a lot of 1980s television, conjures warm-hearted memories of adolescent shenanigans and those same characters learning life lessons after an impassioned sit-down with an elder. Unlike a lot of sitcoms of the decade, The Facts of Life’s cast was pre-teen and teen girls, … More How Feel-Good Show “The Facts of Life” Tackled a KKK Problem, 35 Years Before Summer 2017

The Whitney Museum’s “Fast Forward” To ’80s Paintings Was Nostalgia For The Underground Soul

by C.S. Jobson When you think of art, as in paintings, sculptures, and illustrations, from the 1980s, three names come to mind for the general public: Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and Keith Haring. Warhol continued to create artwork for clients and celebrities, including the cover of Diana Ross‘ 1982 album Silk Electric but had delved further … More The Whitney Museum’s “Fast Forward” To ’80s Paintings Was Nostalgia For The Underground Soul