Month: March 2013

Glenda – “Thighs Wide Shut” [Part 138]


“She’s gone?!”


“She must have skipped out while we were talking.”

“That bitch was the ONLY interesting thing going on here. Man did she have a set on her or what.”

“Yep. The ONLY thing going on here. Cause … Humans, Abyss-driven or not, battling an Angel, and a half-breed at that.Read Full Article

Cotton Club Dancers Bust Some Moves

Filmed May 23, 1933, Bessie Dudley and Florence Hill show how to move to Duke Ellington’s Bugle Call Rag. Both Dudley and Hill were Cotton Club dancers, though this was not filmed at the Cotton Club. Bessie Dudley died January 16, 1999 at the age of 88.… Read Full Article

Who Invented The Moonwalk? Hint: It Wasn’t Michael Jackson

By | Stop The Presses!

Michael Jackson, photo (Getty Images)

Michael Jackson, photo (Getty Images)

If we can celebrate anniversaries of man’s first landing on the moon, why not also commemorate the first time Michael Jackson landed on his signature move, the moonwalk? It was 30 years ago, on March 25, 1983, that Jackson shimmied backward across the stage at the Motown 25 taping, a few scant seconds of showmanship that may have marked the critical turning point from his being a superstar to being the superstar of his era.… Read Full Article