Posted in Class, Comedy, Film, Harry Nilsson, Music
Tags: "Midnight Cowboy", "Nilsson Schmilsson", Calypso, Coconut, Cooking, Harry Nilsson, Home, Nilsson, Nonsense, Oscar, Singer Songwriter, Tablespoon, The Seventies, Whipped cream
Posted in Acting, Awards, Black People, Celebrities/Royals, Class, Comedy, Cultural History, Emmys/Grammys/Oscars/Globes, Film, Sexuality, Television, The Mainstream Media (MSM)
Tags: Academy Award, African Americans, Billy Crystal, Blacks, Brett Ratner, Brian Grazer, Bromance, Bubble Hill, California, Common Sense, Eddie, Eddie Murphy, Gay Jokes, Gays, Hooker, Host, Hypermasculinity, Jews, Los Angeles, Master of Ceremonies, MOR, Olivia Munn, Oscar, Ratner, Stand-Up, Stand-Up Comedian, Straights, The Down Low, The Eighties, Tower Heist, Transvestite, United States
Posted in Acting, Awards, Celebrities/Royals, Class, Cultural History, Film, Health, Journalism and Ethics, Love, Sexuality, The Heart, The Mainstream Media (MSM), United Kingdom, Women
Tags: "Cleopatra", Academy Award, Academy Award Winner, AIDS, Canada, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Congestive Heart Failure, Dame Elizabeth Rosamund Taylor, Dame Elizabeth Rosemund Taylor, David Gest, Doonesbury, Drama, Dual Citizenship, Elizabeth Taylor, Gay, Health, Hollywood, Larry Fortensky, LGBT, Liz Taylor, Liza Minnelli, Los Angeles, Montgomery Clift, Old Hollywood, Oscar, Puerto Vallarta, Richard Burton, Rock Hudson, Sex, The Sixties, United States, Violet Eyes
Posted in Africans, American Foreign Policy, Awards, Black People, Class, Differently-Abled, Documentary, Emmys/Grammys/Oscars/Globes, Film, Health, Liyana, Music, People of Color, Prudence Mabhena, Race, Television, The Rest of the World, Women, Zimbabwe
Tags: "Music by Prudence", "Precious", "The Los Angeles Times", African Americans, Arthrogryposis, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Documentary Short Subject, Blacks, California, Common Sense, Creative Control, Drama, Elinor Burkett, Geoffrey Shawn Fletcher, Kanye West, Kanye'd, Liyana, Oscar, Prudence Mabhena, Roger Ross Williams, The Oscars, Zimbabwe
Posted in Acting, Arts, Awards, Black People, Celebrities/Royals, Class, Drama, Emmys/Grammys/Oscars/Globes, Film, Gabourey Sidibe, Mo'Nique, Race, Sexuality, Television, Women
Tags: "Precious", 2009, 2010, Acting, African Americans, AMPAS, Announcement, Awards Show, Best Actress, Best Picture, Best Supporting Actress, Blacks, Directing, Drama, Films, Gabourey Sidibe, Lee Daniels, Luck, March 7, Mo'Nique, Movies, Nominees, Oscar, Producers, Self Image, Self-Respect, Self-Worth, The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, The Eighties
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