https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XwfUdRa1S5w&sns=em Continuing our series of stand-up comedy act making their way to Rochester, Reel Talk co-host Char Broome held it down while Tunya Griffin was attending an event in the ‘City of Angels,’ Los Angeles. Char B had a chat with comedians Kim Whitley and Melanie Comarcho. Kim was nominated for a BET Comedy Award … Continue reading A Chat With Comedians Kym Whitley & Melanie Comarcho
Colorism exists in many cultures and has permeated society for thousands of years. In fact, in Egypt, there was evidence that many of the statues were defaced and changed to reflect individuals with sharper and more European features versus their African ones. Years of seeing one type of beauty revealed as better in our culture, … Continue reading Why Are Black People Still Color Struck?
I haven’t been quite right since the abuse. I haven’t been quite right since the accident. The sexual abuse and later, rape, I experienced when I was younger has created emotional and spiritual blocks for me in most of my relationships. I either become too needy with people I’ve deemed safe or too “hard” and … Continue reading Why PTSD Is Undiagnosed In Many Black Women
The latest installment in our mini-series on stand-up comedy performances sponsored by Talent Harris, the driving force behind the New York Kings of Comedy, features Guy Torry, who is performing locally at It’s Just Comedy Club. Guy attended Southeast Missouri State University, the same school as fellow comedian Cedric The Entertainer, before venturing to Hollywood, … Continue reading Guy Torry | Talent’s Comedy Takeover
Comedian Tiffany Haddish beat all the odds stacked against her and is becoming a household name. After 19 years of hard work, she landed a breakout role as “Dina,” the rambunctious, vulgar girlfriend alongside heavy hitters Jada Pinkett Smith, Queen Latifah and Regina Hall in the box office hit Girls Trip. Then, she made history … Continue reading Tiffany Haddish: From The Hood To Hollywood
In the past few decades, sex has become more casual from the days when sex was only performed if two consenting adults were in a relationship that was leading towards marriage. More and more people are choosing to hold off on tying the knot to explore their sexuality within non-traditional relationships, and the most common … Continue reading Is A “Friends With Benefits” Relationship Healthy?