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Archive for March, 2016

Fashion: To Black or Not Too Black

With Hollywood under fire for a lack of diversity among Oscar nominees, there has been much talk about diversity on the runway in the fashion industry. That word “Diversity” seems to be the new catchword for the fashion wor...

Gotcha Matcha

Have you been searching for an alternative to your caffeine fix? If so, go get yourself some matcha (mah-cha). Matcha is a powdered form of steamed and dried green tea leaves. For centuries, it has been used in Japanese tea cer...


The Importance of Drinking Water in Weight Loss

There are several things that we consider important in our lives, but the truth is we need only a few really “Essential” things to live, and the top THREE are Oxygen, Water and Food (and in that exact order). The rule of th...

“Driving While Black”

We’ve all been there. You’re in your car driving through town, on your way to or from work. Maybe you’re cruising down the highway listening to your favorite song, without a single care in the world. Then, here it comes. ...


Chi-Raq: Tale of Two Cities

Spike Lee’s latest offering “Chi-Raq” is a film about gang violence plaguing the city of Chicago and a group of women who devise a plan in order to do something about it. Although the scene is set in the present, the stor...

Nina

The recent controversy over RLJ Entertainment’s film “NINA”, about the legendary Nina Simone has been one of contentious debate ever since it was announced that actress Zoe Saldana would be cast in the lead role. Until th...


Charles Mattocks: Celebrity Chef Turns Revolutionary Health Advocate & Filmmaker

When he was younger living in Queens New York he always wanted to follow in actor, Morgan Freeman’s footsteps. Charles Mattocks who was determined to be in the entertainment field, sat faithfully at the doorstep of Sony Recor...

BaddDDD Sonia Sanchez

“I get into my room and write for two to three hours easily”, says 81 year old playwright, poet, teacher, activist, and newly renowned film star Sonia Sanchez, who has been aggressively promoting her acclaimed documentary, ...


Luxurious, Bold African Fashion That turn heads

Sophisticated designs take African Fashion to a whole new level Sera Vero Nik’s design focus is using a mixture of the highest quality authentic African print fabric and modern contemporary fabric to create elegant designs. T...

Otessa Ghadar: Queen of the Web Series

Otessa Ghadar is the founder and president of the digital media company, 20/20 Productions in Washington D.C. The company has become the hub for non-geo blocked, globally available programming. The company recently completed th...






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