Celebs Celebrate ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ – Eva Marcille & Candiace Dillard-Bassett — BEEN WORTHY

My Black is Beautiful and Gold Series, the official hair care partners of Black Panther, teamed up with Marvel to give VIPs in Washington, D.C. and Atlanta a preview of Marvel Studios’ Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. Hosted in Washington by Candiace Dillard-Bassett (Bravo, “Real Housewives of Potomac”) at Regal Gallery Place and in Atlanta by Eva Marcille Sterling (“The Rickey Smiley Morning…

Celebs Celebrate ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ – Eva Marcille & Candiace Dillard-Bassett — BEEN WORTHY

6 Black Films That Changed the Course of Cinema — TIME

The documentary title Is That Black Enough For You?!? comes from many different sources. The phrase is a reference to the 1970 film Cotton Comes to Harlem, co-written and directed by Ossie Davis. Davis, in turn, borrowed the saying from Black revolutionaries, writing it into the ballad Black Enough (Ain’t Now But It’s Gonna Be),…

6 Black Films That Changed the Course of Cinema — TIME

The 2022 Midterm Wasn’t a Wave Election. Here’s Where It Fits in History, So Far — TIME

While not all of the Election Day 2022 races have been called, one trend is clear: It is not the big red wave that Republicans and some polls predicted. Recent history shows that the party that does not hold the presidency makes big gains in the midterms. Low approval ratings for President Biden, decades-high inflation,…

The 2022 Midterm Wasn’t a Wave Election. Here’s Where It Fits in History, So Far — TIME

The 5 Best New TV Shows Our Critic Watched in October 2022 — TIME

Scary monsters. Murder mysteries. A psychological thriller based on an incredibly creepy true story. Vampires on top of vampires with a side of vampires. Angsty teen girls in the ’90s. Yup, it’s October, and this year TV pulled out all the spooky-season stops. Not that everything it tried worked; enough with the horror-movie adaptations (that…

The 5 Best New TV Shows Our Critic Watched in October 2022 — TIME

Leslie Jordan, Versatile Emmy-winning Actor, Dies at 67 — TIME

LOS ANGELES — Leslie Jordan, the actor whose wry Southern drawl and versatility made him a comedy and drama standout on TV series including “Will & Grace” and “American Horror Story,” has died. The Emmy-winner, whose videos turned him into a social media star during the pandemic, was 67. “The world is definitely a much…

Leslie Jordan, Versatile Emmy-winning Actor, Dies at 67 — TIME

Using Someone Else’s Netflix Password? A Crackdown Is Coming in ‘Early 2023’ — TIME

Netflix will officially start charging for password sharing in early 2023, the company said in its October letter to shareholders. Despite facing immediate backlash when it announced it was rolling out a pilot password-sharing program in March, Netflix said this week that it’s moving forward with its plan to “monetize account sharing” by making subscribers…

Using Someone Else’s Netflix Password? A Crackdown Is Coming in ‘Early 2023’ — TIME

FBF: Lou Rawls: Season of the Witch — Hidden Singles Podcast

Happy Friday! Today’s #SpookySeasonSingle comes from the incomparable artist Lou Rawls with Season of the Witch! Check it out now, and stay tuned for more spooky tunes! I can’t believe Halloween is almost here! Courtesy of Lou Rawls YouTube Channel

FBF: Lou Rawls: Season of the Witch — Hidden Singles Podcast

Lessons From a Half-Century of Reporting on Race in America — TIME

Charlayne Hunter-Gault, 80, has both made and chronicled history in real time. After becoming the first Black woman to enroll at the University of Georgia in 1961, in the 1970s she was one of the earliest Black women to write for the New York Times—establishing the paper’s Harlem bureau—before becoming NPR’s chief Africa correspondent. Among…

Lessons From a Half-Century of Reporting on Race in America — TIME