This ending was all too perfect. Two unique players. Two unique teams. Two unique cities. Which one would come out on top? Was it going to be the team with the number one record and the MVP candidate who soared to the top via an all-around new business venture? Or was it going to be … More Happy Endings: On the NBA Finals, Bucks, and Raptors
So, with the playoffs beginning soon – actually in a couple minutes – I wanted to share some news about basketball and the NBA and reporting. I *finally* got the opportunity to cover Bucks games over at The UWM Post right before the playoffs this season. Please read some articles over at: https://uwmpost.com/author/kwinstonuwm-edu.
Even though it’s been a full whole week since the start of the new NBA season, I still have some thoughts and feelings on the first two nights, Tuesday and Wednesday, of NBA action. It’s due in part to the excitement over the start of the season. You know, the thrill over the new super … More Takeaways From Two Nights in the NBA
The name Bobby Brown didn’t need another mention before you thought of Don’t Be Cruel, so surely the mention of the name as the title of a new album brings hope of that same success. 1992’s Bobby album, released at the top of a new decade and four whole years after 1988, brings us a different type … More In Review: Bobby
“I really love my girl” Bobby Brown croons on a track titled, “I Really Love You Girl.” It’s ballads like this that unravel the genius of Brown’s 1988 classic, Don’t Be Cruel. It’s the last song on the 11-track album, minus a “reprise” of the song of the album’s title. It’s the song sung significantly … More In Review: Don’t Be Cruel
There has been an inevitable, undisputed truth in music since the 1980s. Such is that Bobby Brown – the king of R&B – is in fact the king of this era-defining, and in Brown’s case, life-altering genre of music. It is so true that it is often distracted by great lies and controversy that have … More In Review: The Bobby Brown Story
Once upon a time, a rapper named Drake put out several successful albums. His most recent and fifth successful album is titled Scorpion. Of course it is called Scorpion, because the rapper, born Aubrey Graham, is a Scorpio in the zodiac family and he reps this very proudly. Prior to this, Drake or Mr. Graham … More In Review: “Scorpion”
In the upstairs room on the far right of my childhood home, there was a television set high above the room. I tried my best to sit up in the bed which I shared with my mother every night and follow the figure on the screen, but I found it to be a nearly impossible … More In Review: “Andre The Giant”
Ben Simmons is in the house. Markelle Fultz is in the house. Joel Embiid is in the house. Practically every player on the 76ers is in the house and every player in the playoffs is on the 76ers and is in the house. But does this mean the new and rebuilt 76ers team of rookie … More 2018 NBA Playoffs: Matchups, Players, Player-Matchups, Predictions, and More
So, I am a staff writer for my campus news outlet, The UWM Post. And I wrote a review of Black Panther for it. Please read over at http://uwmpost.com/featured-fringe/review-black-panther-superhero-superhuman 🙂 p.s. I went to see it a night before the premiere with all my friends as a part of a school field trip, so yes, … More I wrote a review of “Black Panther” for The UWM Post.