Friday, December 20, 2013

Kickstarting the Weekend

More Down Low TV Cometh with Season 4

Let me just say that as I continue to move through life, I'm uplifted and inspired by talented folks who keep doing what they do in often cutting edge methods. Often time taking a basic premise and moving forward with it while giving it their special touch. Enter the folks at No More Down Low TV who just never seems to run out of items to present or cover for that matter.

Its always an interesting mix of culture and factoids that one may never had thought about or ever knew anyone cared. With that said, it is ideas such as this that I often wonder why someone isn't doing the same thing on a local front. I know that there numerous talented brothers and sisters who are in the video mash up who could produce some interesting content. The main number one issue is "money," which is needed to supply and support projects.

With no cash infusions or limited sources of this cash, then most of these efforts, no mater how good, will fall by the way side. Then what I've sense is also a lack of encouragement or foundational support for out of the box works or perhaps those that might venture into the controversial. Gosh If I could just win that lotto, then I could be a power house in creating a true artist retreat. Well until then I'll just have to dream on.

I have been on the hunt and will be showcasing some of these talents. Ultimately, if these folk come forth and promote what they are up to, then how the hell is anyone going to help them blow up? Just saying...In the meantime, stay tuned to COP 24/7 as we present many of our local producers who are also making it happen.

She Wired: Bringing it for what Women want to Read

Teri Polo and Sherri Saum Are Back as the Best Lesbian TV
Moms Ever!

Who Knew? Not only is there going to be a breakthrough program featuring two Lesbian moms on the show The Fosters's but that there is also another great web source for women as well called, She Wired.

The show The Fosters is coming! ABC Family’s little show with the big heart about lesbian moms raising biological, adopted, and foster kids begins its winter season on January 13, and some of the first images of the season are out! 

As usual in the Fosters’ household it looks like there’s plenty of love, drama, and family processing for everyone. Plus, Rosie O’Donnell appears as a social worker in a transitional home where Callie (Maia Mitchell) lands for a while.

Here are Stef (Teri Polo) and Lena (Sherri Saum) and Rosie from the Jan. 20, episode entitled "House and Home." (pictured above)  To learn more about this website go to

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