Let’s take a trip back to the proverbial “Good Old Days”! If you’d like to see the complete issue (PDF) go to search and type in “November 1977” or search for the issue in “Archives”.
This film dates back to 1974 (41 years ago) and in my estimation the well-being of the African-American has changed little. He/she is still fighting for survival in a very hostile and indifferent culture. What’s most impressive about this film is seeing … Read More
Think a lot of my readers remember “Back in the Day”! I guess, for me, Spring is in the Air! I hope you, too, are there!, —Ronn
I thought I’d share a “Back-in-the-Day photo of Eloise Laws (1978) and Ron Bunn at the Plaza Hotel, NYC. This was at her first album “Record Listening Party”. the second photo is from an accidental meeting of us two in 2010 at the National … Read More
Day 12, Black History Month: Phyllis Hyman – July 6, 1949 to June 30, 1995 The many of us who were privileged to see Phyllis, the beautiful, stylish, humorous, mournful, playful, sultry singer, will always feel cheated out of the years … Read More
Day 8, Cecil Alonzo, Actor, Director Deceased: dates to come My first meeting with Cecil Alonzo. One morning, in the early days of the first iteration of Routes (1977-1980), I was sitting at my desk in our 20 ft x 20 … Read More