The Bad Boys of Baltimore: 35 Years Later, Ten Quotes from “Diner”

THE LAVISH REBELLION DINER SERIES by C. Shardae Jobson In 1982, Barry Levinson‘s Diner, the first installment of his “Baltimore Films” was released in movie theaters. The quintet of young male actors cast for the film was the original Outsiders as far as most of them would go on to star in bigger, notable work of the 1980s and ’90s. Yes, that is Kevin Bacon‘s impish … Continue reading The Bad Boys of Baltimore: 35 Years Later, Ten Quotes from “Diner”

The Writings On The Walls: Subway Therapy Is An Open Forum For Post-Election Grief & Hope

by Shae Kahlo There is a lot to hate about New York City. To react so towards it, is almost a sport. But there are equally as many amazing factors about the most impossible city in America that makes it memorable for a lot of right reasons. One of its greatest features is street art and impromptu (to an unbeknownst public) activism. You can spend a whole … Continue reading The Writings On The Walls: Subway Therapy Is An Open Forum For Post-Election Grief & Hope

“Milk Like Sugar” Is A Bittersweet Capsule Of Teenage Pregnancy & Growing Up

Milk Like Sugar is the kind of wordplay, that without hesitation, brings you to a halt. Printed on its promotional poster, in white, capitalized letters, against a hot pink background and a big baby bottle. I recall quizzically reciting the title of the play “Milk…like sugar…” I was enticed. What did that even mean? Did I miss something? All this time, milk is like sugar? I … Continue reading “Milk Like Sugar” Is A Bittersweet Capsule Of Teenage Pregnancy & Growing Up