I've re-written this review about three times because I'm having so much trouble reviewing the movie while highlighting the socio-cultural context it takes place in. Let me just get this out of the way though; watching Black Panther was the happiest I've ever been watching a movie. As a black man in America, this movie shared with us a view of pan-African futurism I didn't even know I wanted. Black folk living their best lives, unencumbered by the history of oppression and systemic racism and classism the rest of the world has to deal with, Black Panther offers up a post-scarcity techno-utopia that I think is very much within our actual grasp if we could find it within ourselves to actually try for it. It's not without flaws. It's not the best film I've seen. But what it made me feel and let black and brown people the world over experience is something extraordinary.
**Some of the Just Grubbin crew made its way to Austin, TX. While there, they got to experience some of the local attractions and of course the delicious grub.**
**Chris aka WC is a member of the JG blogging team. He recently took a trip to Orlando with his fiancé Jess to partake in this year’s Food & Wine Festival.**
**Jamiel is one of the founding fathers of of the JG team. He recently took a trip to Miami Beach with his lovely girlfriend Courtney and blogged about the random adventure that ensued.**
**The JG Blogging Team of Lauren, Mo, Jamiel, Chino, and Big Al covered the chill outdoor party that consisted of numerous food trucks, vendors, an outdoor beer garden and much much more. Here's Mo's recap of the lit time.**
We are 5 weeks in and some of the mighty have already fallen but the two top dogs, Clemson and 'Bama, are still out there. Let's take a look at the remaining undefeated Power 5 teams and see how likely they are to finish undefeated.