Made from grapes grown in South Africa’s rising Stellenbosch region, this innovative red blend combines two of the most world’s popular red grapes to create something new, and greater than the sum of its parts. 2015 Vinum Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot is a fresh red with aromas of red fruit and local South African flowers, and a slightly savory feel.
Grown on a mountainside vineyard overlooking South Africa’s beautiful False Bay, 2016 Vinum Reserve Syrah is made from hand-picked grapes. Pour a glass of this subtle and refined red and enjoy notes of ripe red fruit and spice, with a savory tone and grippy tannins that make it the right pairing for rich meat dishes
As we roll in to a slow week (relatively speaking) Looking at the foreign policy around the world, our administration has not done anything to engage the world and stabilize the threats in Korea,, Syria, Afghanistan, China, Russia, Israel and our Allies. A quick talk about the Cohen investigation and what the future will look like under Pence or Trump getting away and running again.
So first I have to say. OMG!!! Here's our movie review with all the spoilers and heavy breathing while we explain our experience with seeing the new Avengers saga. So be prepared cause I reference the Comic series Infinity Gauntlet a lot but try to stay on track with the current movie. Whew. This was such an emotionally draining action drama.
Iron Man, Thor, the Hulk and the rest of the Avengers unite to battle their most powerful enemy yet -- the evil Thanos. On a mission to collect all six Infinity Stones, Thanos plans to use the artifacts to inflict his twisted will on reality. The fate of the planet and existence itself has never been more uncertain as everything the Avengers have fought for has led up to this moment.
Chaz and I have a very informative conversation with a financial expert and Howard Alumni and give us a good perspective at finances and how African Americans have the ability to make good financial moves but fail to educate themselves or listen. Rachel joins us once again, but we have to get her own mic next time
On this podcast I sit down with a talented artist, illustrator and community activist Marcus "The Visual" Williams. We discuss his independent comics and artwork and how he promotes it to children. Also we Geek out about the new Marvel Cinematic Universe.
A long time lover of video games, comic art, and all things animated, I’ve dedicated my young artistic years to fine tuning my illustration muscles by way of freelancing. Over fifteen years later, I’m catching my stride and still ever growing in hopes of being a well rounded illustrator.
Stationed in Atlanta Ga, I spend most of my time toiling away late nights on everything from illustrating children’s books, comic art, to random character commissions and more. A proud father of two, I somehow manage to steal enough time to create loads of artwork and check homework. I’m excited about the direction my comic properties are heading in, and I look forward to creating more forms of visual entertainment and stories to enjoy
We start with Black History month and the Black Panther movie. Then we speak to this week senseless shooting in a school and we get into the conversation again with Gun control and mental health. And the dangers of arming teachers and other nonsense.
Tonight Alicia and I go out on the premier night of the Black Panther Marvel Movie. Sitting in the theater, it was a historic feeling and highly enjoyable experience. Based on the reviews and the many trailers that showed half of the movie. It was well worth it.
T'Challa, after the death of his father, the King of Wakanda, returns home to the isolated, technologically advanced African nation to succeed to the throne and take his rightful place as king. While maintaining the the title of The Black Panther.