Garvin and Harlem’s Marcus Samuelsson in addition to local chefs.Enjoy an all-inclusive food experience with exotic wines and an elegant cultural evening.It's not a cynical exercise in eye-rolling regret, either. The couples (most of them at least) hope to dig up the old feelings and the old reasons for falling in love and getting married in the first place, and use them to renew current relationship conditions.The characters are creative: Despite the fact that Perry uses stereotyping and overstatement to make some of his points, the people he creates feel like people.And for the umpteenth time, Lamman talks about his feelings for the beautiful Jill Scott. My look in my everyday life does not translate in my professional life. But, I also think at the same time, that has been my niche because you're not seeing as many African-Americans that look like me....No one likes to be typecast, but I like to believe that the attention I get is for my acting. Rucker below and yall have a yourselves a Happy Monday! ' Finally, when Lamman refused to answer the other Jill questions with a simply 'yes' or 'no' answer, the interviewer drew up his or her own conclusion as a 'no.' Well, I damn sure don't know and right about now, I'm too damn tired to even begin to even think about..know what? Miami Soul – your ultimate source for places to go, people to see, and things to do in the Black social scene.Check out this week’s weekend guide from Miami Soul.
Miami Gardens Wine & Food Experience Saturday, November 12, 7PM – 12PM – Calder Casino, 21001 NW 27th Ave, Miami Gardens Councilwoman Lisa Davis presents the City of Gardens’ second annual foodie event hosted by actor Lamman Rucker and featuring celebrity chefs G.Featured national and local spoken word artists include Georgia Me, Red Writing Hood, Abyss, Bertrand Boyd, M’Reld Green, Red Storm, and more.The event will also be in in honor of Miami’s poetry legged, Will Da Real One.And just like all of his other work it packs both an emotional and a moral wallop—mixed up together with touches of crass levity.The plot is simple: Four couples get together for a retreat in the Colorado mountains so that each can ask the question, Why did we get married?Revealed as the drug lord Proteus, she seems to have multiple personalities.