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Comedian Erica Faye Watson Shares Her Favorite Things To Read, Watch And Do

Chicago comedian, writer and director Erica Faye Watson

Gracie Meier

Comedian Erica Faye Watson Shares Her Favorite Things To Read, Watch And Do

Between a global pandemic and widespread civil unrest, these times have changed the ways we live, work and play. And if you’re a comedian? Life has been turned upside down, as fans and artists flock to streaming services.

Reset checks in with comedian Erica Faye Watson about her new late night show on YouTube. Plus, she shares her recommendations for what to read, watch and do this week.

What to read

1. A 100 Days Of Gratitude by D’angelo Thompson

2. Finna by Chicago poet Nate Marshall

3. Wandering in Strange Lands: A Daughter of the Great Migration Reclaims Her Roots by Morgan Jenkins

What to watch

4. P-Valley (STARZ)

5. Project Power (Netflix)

What to do

6. Join the Black Business Crawl

7. Watch a movie at the CHI-Together drive-in theater at Soldier Field

8. Visit Munchiez in Beverly

Compete with a friend any day of the week 😜 Come See us! We’re open until 6pm today Posted by Munchiez on Tuesday, August 18, 2020

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