5/17/22 O&A NYC WITH WALESTYLEZ FOOTWEAR: Nike 50th Anniversary | Seen It All

As Nike reflects on the past 50 years of innovation this year and looks forward to the next 50, it introduces its latest global anthem Seen it All, which pays homage to its storied past while expressing excitement for the limitless promise of future generations.  Continue reading

3/14/22 O&A NYC HOLLYWOOD MONDAY: The Hardest Part – A Short Film By Michael J. Dennis

Michael J. Dennis final film at NYU. Starring Seth Gilliam, Yvonna Kopacz and Issac Bright.Remastered from original camera negative in 2017 by Technicolor Canada. Written, Produced, Directed and Edited by Michael J. Dennis. Continue reading

2/12/22 O&A NYC SATURDAY MORNING CONCERT: Aretha Franklin – Live In Montreaux [Full concert]

Aretha Franklin live at the Casino de Montreux, Montreux, Switzerland, June 12th, 1971.  Continue reading

12/25/21 O&A NYC MERRY CHRISTMAS: The Christ Child- A Nativity Story

This new depiction of the Nativity story recounts in beautiful detail the sacred events found in the Bible about Jesus’s birth over 2,000 years ago. Journey with Joseph and Mary from Nazareth to Bethlehem. Continue reading

10/20/21 O&A NYC WILDIN OUT WEDNESDAY: She Wanted Me To Eat The WAP – Animated Story

She Wanted Me To Eat The WAP is an animated short film about a young man whose tongue looses it’s virginity.

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10/8/21 O&A NYC WITH WALESTYLEZ FASHION:MONCLER MONDOGENIUS Presents “Veronica” by Luca Guadagnino

Optimism and youthful abandon frame Jonathan Anderson’s latest Moncler x JW ANDERSON collection. Pieces sing with playful colors and naive patterns, brought to life here in an emotive film by Luca Guadagnino featuring British actress Sophie Okonedo.
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2/13/21 O&A NYC ITS SATURDAY: Frances Davis- Her Story (Life Before & After Miles)

Frances Taylor Davis shares her life history as a pioneering dancer with Katherine Dunham Dance Company, her marriage to Miles Davis and renewal after as a survivor. Continue reading

2/10/21 O&A NYC WILDIN OUT WEDNESDAY: Batty Boy (2020)

Batty Boy is an uncompromising short film exploring the complexities of the black gay coming out experience through the eyes of young Dolcie a Black British gay boy of Caribbean heritage as he faces the struggles of fitting in with a community posing strong cultural homophobic beliefs. Continue reading

1/26/21 O&A NYC INSPIRATIONAL TUESDAY: MVP | Animation Short Film Inspired by Kobe Bryant

The basketball champ is fighting with his most terrible enemy, with himself. MVP Animation is a short movie about overcoming our weaknesses and fighting against the barriers we usually face ourselves. Anyone can be a Black Mamba. It’s not just a name or number, it’s how you choose to live, and how you became your best version of yourself. Continue reading