Articles by Barbara

Entertainment of interest to me is not just a repeat of what you can find elsewhere, but, is inclusive of stories that are not highly publicized as well as ‘old-school’ celebrity news.

I see the glass half-full and strive to be a light in the darkness.


[Video] ‘Soul Power’ 1974 at Zaire’s Soul Music Festival Promoting African American & African Solidarity
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[Video] ‘Soul Power’ 1974 at Zaire’s Soul Music Festival Promoting African American & African Solidarity

  Directed by Jeffrey Levy-Hinte ‘Soul Power’ is a documentary on the 12-hour, three-night long legendary soul music concert staged in Kinshasa, Zaire in 1974 during the “rumble in the jungle” boxing match between George Foreman and Muhammad Ali. The film features performances from James Brown, B.B. King, Bill Withers, Celia Cruz and others at…

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Watch ‘Al Jarreau’ “Celebrating My Old Friend: George Duke”

  Al Jarreau salutes George Duke in new star-packed album. The legendary keyboardist, composer and producer George Duke passed away in 2013. Al Jarreau, famed vocalist and long-time friend of Duke, re-interprets some of Duke’s renowned catalog of post-bop, jazz-fusion, R&B and Brazilian jazz with ‘My Old Friend: Celebrating George Duke.’     The work…

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[Music Video] Movie ‘Paddington’ Soundtrack “Shine” Performed by Gwen Stefani & Pharrell Williams

  Pharrell Williams and Gwen Stefani worked together as coaches on ‘The Voice’ during which time they also collaborated on the soundtrack, ‘Shine,‘ for the movie ‘Paddington.’ The movie tells the story of the comic misadventures of a young Peruvian bear  who travels to the city in search of a home. Finding himself lost and…

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[Trailer] Comedy-Drama “This Is Where I Leave You,” With Jane Fonda & All-Star Ensemble Cast

  “Dad’s dead.” “How’s Mom?” “She’s mom you know, she’s asked me how much to tip the nurses.” ‘This Is Where I Leave You’ is a 2014 movie adaptation of the Jonathan Tropper novel about a dysfunctional Jewish family that is forced to come together, that isn’t used to observing their faith’s traditions, to fulfill…

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[Classic Trailer] The Life & Times of ‘Richard Pryor’ in “Jo Jo Dancer, Your Life Is Calling”

  ‘Jo Jo Dancer, Your Life Is Calling’ is a 1986 semi-autobiographical film directed by and starring Richard Pryor who stars as Jo Jo Dancer, a well-known comedian at the peak of his popularity. The film closely parallels Pryor’s own life story from when the stand-up comedian severely burned himself in a drug incident.  …

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