500 Days Asunder
Start: January 1, 2011
End: December 9, 2011
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Author Archives: Rembert Browne
Growing up Black, in the Blackness that is Atlanta, Black heroes were thrown in my face. And not just the Civil Rights leaders that are our avenues and boulevards. But the more understated. The young. And the Black. And the … Continue reading
I’ve done two things thus far in my adult career. How they ended: First job: Fired after 9 months (via email), June 2010. Graduate school: Withdrew with 8 months left, December 2011. On paper, there is a lot of negative … Continue reading
The inspiration for tomorrow’s final post. Friday. 2pm. Done. See you on the other side.
I received this kind alert this morning. As rude as Mr. Lane sounds, I deserved it. First off, I publicly called him a coward some 72 hours prior for having a protected Twitter account (like a coward), but secondly because … Continue reading
Most of my close friends that are achieving success in the music arena began their journey long before we met. With Andy Suzuki & The Method, they created a following back at their days at Brown University. 3/4ths of Filligar, … Continue reading
500 Days Asunder 1/1/11 – 12/9/11 Yep. Friday’s the end of the road. This little blog that lost me a job w/ the President of the United States of America has gotten me a real job at Grantland. So yeah. … Continue reading
The two most buzzed about pieces of my day have been about the youth of America. The first is The New York Times piece on The New Inquiry, a online literary journal run by bright twentysomethings seeking to create an alternative … Continue reading
Over the past 4 years, my cousin Erin and I have been chronicling the conversations of my family over Thanksgiving. The fam has, and never will, let us down. We have continuously decided to make the gross generalization that our … Continue reading
Note: Nov. 17-22 = first long trip to LA & first visit to Grantland. Like my beef with tweeting during concerts and other fun events, blogging will decrease as to maximize living in moment and experiencing all that is Los Angeles, … Continue reading