Docu-series That Deserve Your Viewership in the Age of #QuarantineLife (Part 1)

It’s been strange days AF ever since America, along with most of the world, became under siege by novel coronavirus, or for short, COVID-19. When I originally wrote this intro, I had been home for almost 48-hours straight. Massachusetts wasn’t on full lockdown. But California has been operating under “shelter-in-place.” New York is borderline doing the … More Docu-series That Deserve Your Viewership in the Age of #QuarantineLife (Part 1)

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

Last Night’s Episode Of GIRLS Stole My New York Heart

I was blown away by last night’s episode of GIRLS. That is such a cliche way of saying I thought it was brilliant. But sometimes it’s just best to cut to the chase when it comes to admiration. In the episode, the nostalgia factor was at a fever pitch. And a majority of the decisions … More Last Night’s Episode Of GIRLS Stole My New York Heart