Dallas Native Terence Nance Talks About His Hit Show Random Acts of Flyness

Ironically, after you watch the first season of HBO's Random Acts of Flyness by Dallas-born creator Terence Nance, you'll note that there is nothing random about how he chooses to articulate a variety of Black-American experiences through a series of pulsating vignettes. The show, which Nance has described as being "about the beauty
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Bob's Burgers weaves together two seemingly random stories into a satisfying whole

Tonight's Bob's Burgers has no business hanging together as well as it does. The episode begins with Mr. Frond press-ganging the Belcher children into appearing in his empathy music video. Instead, of say, exploring what the Belchers must do to live down this indignity and earn back the respect-well, probably not respect, but at
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Thug filmed throwing lit firework into a 'random' person's car

A hooded thug was filmed throwing a lit firework into a car in London. The clip has been widely shared online and is thought to have been filmed at night on an unknown street in the UK capital. In the footage a hooded man can be seen running towards a car parked in the

Somebody Remade the Iconic Documentary 'Koyaanisqatsi' Using Random GIFs, and It's Absolutely Hypnotic

Nonsensical images. That legendary Philip Glass score. This is one of the best clickholes on the internet. Godfrey Reggio's 1982 documentary " Koyaanisqatsi" is both a landmark cinematic tone poem and a beloved cult classic. The movie, featuring a score by Philip Glass, features no dialogue and simply

A penchant for all things random

Scarpelli: random but handsome Dear Hipster: I was chilling at a brewery with a couple friends the other night, and I inadvertently eavesdropped on a couple hipsters who were drunkenly bellowing behind me about some shenanigans one of them had gotten up to during the week. I didn't actually pick up
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Craig T. Nelson Talks Recovery, Life Lessons and Random Acts of Kindness

It was easy to predict that Incredibles 2 would be successful, but its $1.2 billion worldwide haul, making it one of the highest-grossing movies ever made (not to mention the critical acclaim) was enough to surprise even star Craig T. Nelson, the voice of Bob Parr/Mr. Incredible. In addition to voicing the patriarch of

The Random House and Crown Publishing Groups Merge

The Crown Publishing Group has joined the Random House Publishing Group in a newly-combined division reporting to current Random House president and publisher Gina Centrello, who has been named president and publisher of the new supergroup, Penguin Random House US CEO Madeline McIntosh wrote today in a letter to staff. As
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Terence Nance talks HBO's "Random Acts of Flyness" being unapologetically black (WATCH)

If you aren't familiar with Terence Nance, he is a triple threat! Nance is the writer, director, executive producer (and star!) of HBO's latest genre-bending series for the culture, 'Random Acts of Flyness.' During CultureCon in NYC, theGrio's Natasha S. Alford chatted with him about his HBO "Random Acts" and his creative process. The
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Alex Trebek debuts beard on Jeopardy, creates social media firestorm

NEW YORK, NY-- Jeopardy star Alex Trebek is known for having a smooth voice, and, well, a smooth face. During the game show`s 35th season premiere on Monday, however, many viewers were shocked to see Trebek sporting a fully grown beard, complete with a mustache and side burns. The hair-raising image quickly hit
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TV Bits: 'Castle Rock', 'American Horror Story', 'Billy on the Street', 'Law and Order', 'The Walking Dead' and More

In this edition of TV Bits: Castle Rock season 2 may bring back characters from season 1 Check out a preview of American Horror Story: Apocalypse Billy On the Street is returning with new web episodes Law and Order: Hate Crimes is the latest Law and