2/28/21 O&A NYC THE MORNING FUNNIES: Televangelists- Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

John Oliver shares the power and profit of televangelists on Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO). Continue reading

2/26/21 O&A NYC THE MORNING FUNNIES: Fly Me To Cancun- A Ted Cruz In A Founders Sing Parody

Flyin Ted” Cruz got caught leaving his constituents without heat, lights and water; and jetting down the Cancun. Once interviewed Flyin Ted predictable reverted back to Lyin, and Lyin and more Lyin Ted. This time he blamed his daughters instead of his ugly wife or murderous father.  Continue reading

2/24/21/ O&A NYC WILDIN OUT WEDNESDAY: Milli Jackson – Something You Can Feel (Apollo Theater)

Milli Jackson is a singer, actress and comedian. She is especially known for her raucous “Blue Light” concerts

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10/20/21 O&A NYC ITS SATURDAY- ANYTHING GOES: Queen Latifah- Action Hero


Academy Award nominee, rapper, actress, talk show host and now action hero Queen Latifah stars as Robyn McCall, an enigmatic former CIA operative who uses her extensive skills to help those with nowhere else to turn. 
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2/15/21 O&A NYC HOLLYWOOD MONDAY: Come Back Charleston Blue (1972)

 
Come Back, Charleston Blue is a 1972 comedy film starring Godfrey Cambridge and Raymond St. Jacques, loosely based on Chester Himes‘ novel The Heat’s On. It is a sequel to the 1970 film Cotton Comes to Harlem. Continue reading

2/13/21 O&A NYC SATURDAY MORNING CONCERT: Redd Foxx – On Location (1978)

Redd Foxx‘s first and only HBO Special from 1978. Filmed in Las Vegas, this show is representative of his style of risqué “Adults Only” double entendre humor that sold millions of party records beginning in the late 1950s. Continue reading

2/1/21 O&A NYC HOLLYWOOD MONDAY: Sounder (1972)- Cicely Tyson, Paul Winfield, Kevin Hooks

The oldest son of a loving and strong family of black sharecroppers comes of age in the Depression-era South after his father is imprisoned for stealing food. Continue reading

1/18/21 O&A NYC SONG OF THE DAY: Jennifer Hudson Performs Someday We’ll All be Free at the Obama White House

In Performance at the White House: A Celebration of Music from the Civil Rights Movement is a concert hosted by President and Mrs. Obama featuring songs from the Civil Rights Movement as well as readings from famous Civil Rights speeches and writings with participants including Bob Dylan, Jennifer Hudson, Smokey Robinson, Robert De Niro, Morgan Freeman and more. Continue reading