Monday, February 23, 2009

Oscar Black Out; Image Awards is best for my taste

So.. the OScars have come and gone and by all reports we won't be celebrating black faces in the winner's cicle.. On one hand it's ok, we've broken that barrier already. It's awesome that Taraji P. Henson received a nomination for her role in the "Curious Case of Benjamin Buttons"....

But in all the hoopla following the Awards, I don't hear any names that are culturally relevant to me... Sorry, much kudos to Heath, Penelope and 'em, but I'm not really going to the movies to see them on first weekend....

That said, I think the best and most important awards show this season has been the NAACP Image Awards... Click the vid below to check out some sights and sounds of the 40th NAACP Image Awards held earlier this month....


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