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Adrian Forte On The Edge of the Restaurant Revelation

Social isolation has lent itself well to my reality television addiction. One show that has been dominating my screen time is Restaurants on the Edge. In the episode featuring the Ontario beach town of Tobermory, chef Adrian Forte makes a cameo. He’s an enlightened spirit with a mission to elevate

Black-Centric Documentaries and TV Shows to Watch to Better Educate Yourself

It’s no surprise that in the last eight years or so, there has been a massive resurgence of critically-acclaimed black-focused entertainment, from television shows like Real Housewives of Atlanta, all the way to important documentaries like 13th, a new world has opened for black television writers, producers and directors to

Binge-worthy TV Shows To Watch During Social Isolation

TV really is a great escape, especially as social isolation continues to be our only option for the foreseeable future. The variety and options can be overwhelming, so that’s why we’re here to guide you through the decision process. Here is a list of binge-worthy television shows, by category. Dark

Best Underrated Comedies on Netflix

It’s a weird time right now and if you’re anything like me, you’re probably turning to comedy shows as a comforting security blanket.  Many of us are dealing with anxieties about the pandemic and the long stretch of social distancing and remote work (for those who are lucky to do

“Cheer” Captures The Heart and Soul Of A Misrepresented Sport

Scoring 100% on Rotten tomatoes, a segment on the Ellen Show, and most recently poked fun at by Saturday Night Live, “Cheer,” a 6-part Netflix docu-series, is here. And trust me, the buzz isn’t just mat talk. Cheerleading has gotten a bad rap in the media, and this docu-series finally