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Motownphilly’s back again, courtesy of NKTOBSB: Documenting the fashion histories of women of color. Thanks to the lockout, NFL free agency is completely bonkers this year. Yale can’t locate a single person of color to talk about the environment. The full backstory on Otis Redding’s “Try A Little Tenderness.”

In Melissa Harris-Perry’s first night sitting in for Rachel Maddow, she educated viewers about the seemingly irrepressible wealth gap between white and minority households in the U.S.: Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy Harris-Perry makes an important point – duh, that’s what she always does – when she reminds Read More

With all due respect to Keith Olbermann and his staff, Pat Buchanan, Glenn Beck and Rep. Allen West are making things awfully easy for tonight’s “Countdown” producers. Regarding West in particular, it’s hard to take someone seriously if they’re older than 23, gainfully employed and still wearing a box. Even my uncle who retired from Read More

King Solomon wrote in the Book of Ecclesiastes that there’s nothing new under the sun, and that was circa 970 B.C., so you can imagine how recycled and overwarmed pretty much everything is now. As a pop culture connoisseur, I find Solomon’s screed particularly true of contemporary lit, film, and TV. Take any show, flick, Read More

Last week, the Kinsey Institute released the results of a study that surveyed 1,009 heterosexual couples on their attitudes toward physical affection and sex. The “shocking” pull-quote making media rounds has to do with men in long-term relationships valuing physical affection (i.e. kissing and cuddling) more than women in long-term relationships, who claimed sexual satisfaction Read More

If anyone ever went about promoting a Gospel-Pak, wouldn’t it be Herman Cain? Seriously, Cain has been on a run of looniness that stands apart even among his fellow GOP presidential contenders. Comparing him to General Otis might be considered a compliment at this point. Speaking of shameful behavior, how about some links? 1. Rebekah Read More