DNA testing has determined what countries my West African ancestry comes from. A lot of things are starting to make sense now that I have some solid answers.
Zora Neal Hurston Would have been 122 today and so, I celebrate her legacy along with Google.
I re-posted my on-camera interview with Idris Elba in the spirit of Throwback Thursday,
Roy Ayers talks about being roommates with James Baldwin, his music being sampled in hip-hop and more.
Kelis went a different route for the “Jerk Ribs” video. It’s set more like a docuseries following her through a series of photoshoots.
DJ EFN chronicled his trip back to Cuba, the land of his ancestry, via “Coming Home,” a documentary airing on Revolt TV.
Q-Tip, Jonah Hill and Leonardo DiCaprio are developing a TV series loosely based on A Tribe Called Quest.
Where to shop in London as a tourist when you’re crunched for time and on a budget.
Creative women in Detroit have been leaning on each other for support. It’s working out well.
The co-founders of Parlour magazine share why they created an exclusive dinner with Chef Paul Yellin at the Barbados Food Wine and Rum Festival, and what keeps them returning every year.
Smashbox cosmetics tapped Santigold for a makeup collaboration called “The Santigolden Age.”
The CEO’s behind Body of Royalty explain how two ambitious men got involved in the female dominated makeup industry.
Nailgasm TV delves into the history of nail art from hip-hop to the mainstream.
Crystal Belcher dances to Nina Simone’s version of “Strange Fruit” at the 2013 US National Pole Championships 2013.
I have a pole dancer crush on Dalijah Franklin who recently won her division at the 2013 Atlantic Pole Fitness Championships.
Australian pole dancer Bridget Bardot shares how pole dancing changed her life and how she got the courage to enter Australia’s Encore show case.
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