I'd really like to see this movie -- Soul Power -- it's a documentary of a concert in Africa in the 60s with a bunch of R&B acts like James Brown, as well as Miram Makeba, who was one of the first African performers to make an impression in the U.S. in the 60s.
So I went to http://www.washingtonpost.com/ to use their movie searching tool. I typed in Soul Power, my zip code -- 22101 -- and here's what showed up. I am not joking.
The McLean Family Restaurant
which is probably one of the whitest places on the face of the earth. At least on the East Coast. And I'm pretty sure James Brown never performed there. Bitter.
As much as I enjoy watching Mark Sanford go down in flames, what I'm not liking is what he's forcing his wife to have to listen to. That his Argentinian girlfriend was his "soul-mate." That it was a "love-story." That now he's going to have to "try to fall in love with my wife again."
Mark Sanford, what the hell is wrong with you?
And the thing is, I just discovered today, he's an Episcopalian. One of our own.