“Curses are like young chickens, they always come home to roost!” – Robert Southe I am sure you were like me and spent a good chunk of your Saturday morning mesmerized by the foolery that unfolded in Charlottesville, Virginia. Although I was far from surprised at the happenings in Virginia from the White Supremacist, what did baffle me […]
Damn here we go again, Moguls. The Summer of Discontent is the gift that keeps on giving. And before autumn leaves fall, Summer had three more gifts to hand out; the shootings of Tyree King, Keith Lamont Scott, and Terence Crutcher. Damn! It is beginning to seem like police officers are getting points for shooting […]
What if Superman grew up as a black boy in America? While staring in the face of racism, this story follows a young man’s journey as he comes to terms with his identity. As we extract events from America’s history and weave them with fictional undertones, we examine the truth behind his mother’s legacy, his […]
I missed the MTV VMA’s last night, not sure what I was watching exactly. But knowing the history of the VMA’s as of late, I didn’t miss anything. However, last night my RSS feed, Facebook, and Twitter was blowing up about the Miley Cyrus performance. Even the local morning news show chimed in on how […]
Every time I cross that Mason-Dixon line I am looking for the nearest Waffle House. Ain’t nothing better than pulling into a town and seeing that yellow sign from down yonder, knowing that they have that goodness for you. Ahhhh good old Waffle House!!! Who do you prefer Moguls, Ihop or Waffle House???
Infographics on the distribution of wealth in America, highlighting both the inequality and the difference between our perception of inequality and the actual numbers. The reality is often not what we think it is.
I would call the death of a 17 year old boy tragic under just about any circumstances I can think of. My choice of words would not be effected by the race, creed, or culture of the victim. Since the incident occurred, I’ve heard countless reports, re-tellings, statements of rage, and excuses as to […]
This looks like small town USA doesn’t it. Well if you don’t mind the life, Louisville, Colorado may just be the spot for you. According to Money magazine Louisville is the best place to live in America. Money looked for places with the optimal combination of job opportunities, fiscal strength, great schools, safe streets, good […]
“Like It or Unfriend It?” was created by novelist Teddy Wayne, Vanity Fair staffer Mike Sacks and designer Thomas Ng.
We live in a world where the right to do, act, and believe whatever we want is fought for by men and women that think enough of the cause…and their country to put their lives on the line. The least you could do is appreciate it. I hope your Memorial Day was included time to […]
Word has it that The United States Army Navy Seals ( Naval Special Warfare Development Group) has killed and recovered the body of notorious terrorist Osama Bin Laden. Bin Laden, the supposed mastermind behind the attacks of September 11th 2001, has been on the run for about 10 years. He was killed Sunday afternoon (US Time) during A firefight in Afghanistan, with two […]
Again, I apologize for not knowing the photographer for this photo. There is such a wealth of images shared on the web…but not as much focus on giving credit where it’s due. As always, if anybody knows the photographer…please speak up. The title used in this post “Backyard 3rd World” is also not the original […]
One of UML‘s favs, Nia Long, has a new movie dropping tomorrow. The movie, Mooz-lum, wasn’t picked up by a distributor in America, but the filmmakers did broker a release deal with AMC Theaters to release the film in 10 cities: Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, DC, Philly, Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco. […]
…but because it’s Mogul-esque 😉 One of the most intelligent services in American history was provided by this little green book. I’m thinkin’ a little orange book could do the same for Urban Moguls…hmmm… The Negro Motorist Green Book was a publication released in 1936 that served as a guide for African-American travelers. Because of […]