Barry Has Found the Twitterbox

November 16, 2011

@KwameBrownDC WELL KWAME I LEARNED HOW TO TWEET”
— Ward 8 Council member Marion Barry, touting his social media skills to the D.C. Council chairman after joining Twitter.

Costas’ interview seems like Sandusky’s suicide note. #24hoursandsanduskyisdone”
FoxSports.com’s Jason Whitlock thinks former Penn State coach Jerry Sandusky, accused of sexually abusing young boys, really hurt his case during his nationally televised interview with Bob Costas on NBC Monday night.

In a way, ‘Doctor Who’ feels like it might be fairly well-suited to moviehood: You can make a few movies with the same actors, then replace them all James Bond-style when everything starts getting too expensive.”
Screened.com reacts to rumors that Harry Potter director David Yates is considering making a feature-length film based on the popular, long-running BBC series starring Matt Smith, which follows the adventures of a time-traveller.

It turns out that the one and only Samuel L. Jackson can even intimidate people away from gun violence without uttering a single swear. … Perhaps even more amazing is this PSA has been around for almost a year and a half and yet, it’s just now beginning to make the Internet rounds?”
HyperVocal.com found the actor’s anti-violence public service announcement titled “Blame” quite effective.

Whoever thought that gangsta matriarchal role Patti LaBelle portrayed on ‘A Different World’ was only acting is sadly mistaken! Mrs. LaBelle is turning out to be more Gangsta than 50 Cent.”
MediaOutrage.com was surprised by news that the diva is being sued by a Manhattan woman for cursing and throwing a water bottle at her and her 18-month-old daughter during a dust-up in an apartment building in Manhattan last week.

Clinton Yates is a D.C. native and an online columnist. When he's not covering the city, pop culture or listening to music, he watches sports. A lot of them.
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