On her former blog, "R & R: Reflection and Review," NYC-based skh_stellar_one showcased her eclectic interests via reviews of everything from movies and award shows to concerts and art exhibits. Below is a sample of the posts that she published over the course of year that she maintained "R & R."
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This uptown tale is a MUST SEE(D) for audiences all over. It's that good, important, and relevant.
Like these two exhibits, the atmosphere and impact of the Studio Museum in Harlem are both personal and profound, intimate and iconic.
Victoria Mahoney's "Yelling to the Sky" is a formidable addition to the inspiring oeuvre of "sistahz ... doin' it fo' themselves."
Here's the good news... and the bad news. Frank Hanavan is back! ... for the last time.
In a "seeing the forest through the trees" way, "The Help" is a win.
This production returns Shakespeare to the people, where it belongs.
"Crazy, Stupid, Love." is offbeat, sweet, fun, and well worth watching.
The ensemble of The Public's "Measure for Measure" masterfully elucidates one of Shakespeare's most complex plays.
This not-to-missed "fairytale for grown-ups" skillfully poses "happily ever after" as a question.
Chris Rock. Stephen Adly Guirgis. They had me at “The,” and the entire production of The Motherf**ker with the Hat delivers from beginning until "The End."