In his solo show at the Marsh Theater, Not a Genuine Black Man, Brian Copeland told the story of moving with his African American family in the 1970s to San Leandro, named one of the most racist suburbs in the United States. Not a Genuine Black Man had a seven-year run at the Marsh, the longest runn ... More >>
Turkey Day has always been most melodramatic on the small screen, and our favorite examples highlight the day as a time for revelations big and small. Tryptophan down memory lane with these sweet scenes of Thanksgiving.
On All in the Family (1975), Archie Bunker used the occasion to stake a religio ... More >>