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When actress Maggie Baird, writer Lori Nasso and director Jill D’Agnenica put their heads together to make and produce a film about a middle aged woman named Laura who wants to realize her...
Doo-wop is a genre of harmonizing vocals that came out of cities like New York, Philadelphia, Newark and Detroit, et al. A music style birthed out of African American neighborhoods initially in...
Ailey II in Manuel Vignoulle’s Breakthrough. Photo by Eduardo Patino, NYC
Ailey II’s “indefatigable, virtuosic, and relentlessly sexy” dancers (Los...
Dec. 22 (GIN) – How do Africans celebrate Christmas? Let me count the ways!
According to a census study, there are 350 million Christians in Africa and more than a handful of rituals...
Simone I. Smith
Jewelry Designer, Simone I. Smith, hosted another successful trunk show debuting the latest pieces from her self-named...