Monday, September 27, 2010

:: p o u r s a l i t t l e l i q u o r o n t h e g r o u n d ::

Although we believe there is no moral to a story at the end, someone could say that in the blues life of Varnette Honeywood, the moral is that if you keep on pushing, you get to keep on pushing.

We are intrigued by this quote, from NYT:

“Like many black children in L.A., I was taken back to Mississippi in the summers,” she told the reference work Contemporary Black Biography. “I grew up in the Black Arts Movement; was exposed to black artists; and I see myself as part of that legacy.”

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