An exhibit focusing on Oregon’s history of Black pioneers and their achievements in the state opened Nov. 1 and will remain open through Feb. 1, 2024, at the Salem Public Library.
Arts & Ent.
TJ Reid talks about what Apple TV has cooked up with its lates miniseries starring Brie Larson
Ed Edmo, a member of the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes, will present his unique stories from his ancestry—including Yakama and Nez Perce—for three shows in November.
TJ Reid gives his thoughts on Wes Anderson’s four short films based off of Roald Dahl short stories.
What’s that noise? Was it the scrape of a branch on the outside of your walls, or the brush of a wing or a fang or a talon? Was there a monster creeping outside your windows, or just the wind and leaves? This is a lousy time for the lights[Read More…]
TJ Reid gives his thoughts on Prime’s courtroom drama starring Jamie Foxx and Tommy Lee Jones
Book Review: “Trauma Sponges: Dispatches from the Scarred Heart of Emergency Response” by Jeremy Norton
Norton was there when George Floyd was killed, and he has some strong words about racism within his workplace, and the system at large. He’s seen plenty of despair on the streets, and he writes with grace about the downtrodden people he meets. He muses on the pandemic, and his total inability to understand why other EMTs didn’t get vaccinated.
TJ Reid takes a look at Hulu’s alien horror flick “No One Will Save You”
Willamette Valley Comedy Club will present Ball Pit Comedy at Keizer Homegrown Theatre on Friday, Oct. 6 at 7 p.m. This one-of-a-kind comedy show combines live stand-up comedy with audience distractions straight out of the ball pit. What is Ball Pit Comedy? While the comedians are on stage, the audience[Read More…]
Thanksgiving is coming soon and you know the story. A bunch of white folks came over in a boat, and landed on a rock. When it was November, they had a party and invited the Indians. Or not. Actually, mostly not, says Michael Harriot. In his new book “Black AF History,” you’ve been lied to. Even[Read More…]