FAMILY REUNION FUN

TOP TEN WAYS TO PLAN A FAMILY REUNION WITH FLAIR AND FUN FESTIVITIES Family reunions are a much anticipated time for families to get together, have fun and reconnect with distant relatives.  Summer is the optimal time for these events since kids are out of school and weather is favorable for traveling.  Check out these […]

McQueen’s Legacy Rides On

Steve McQueen’s Porsche 930 Turbo to Be Auctioned at 2015 Monterey Car Show Proceeds to Benefit The Boys Republic In 1946, a troubled 16 year-old wandered onto the grounds of The Boys Republic in Chino Hills, CA.  The leaders of the organization whose motto “NOTHING WITHOUT LABOR” has been ringing true since 1907 didn’t know […]

ALVIN AILEY DANCE THEATER

Alvin Ailey® American Dance Theater’s Danica Paulos By Marc Alexander Alvin Ailey® American Dance Theater carries on Alvin Ailey’s pioneering legacy of uplifting, uniting and celebrating the human spirit as Ailey’s extraordinary dancers bring life to a wide variety of premieres, new productions and classic works.  The company returns to Los Angeles April 15-19 with […]

KELLY CLARKSON’S BEST DAY EVER

No Fooling – Chevrolet Makes April 1 ‘Best Day Ever’ Surprises large and small elicited smiles, engaged people from all walks of life An impromptu Kelly Clarkson concert for pregnant women and new moms, opening day tickets to Major League Baseball games across the country, gas cards from NASCAR driver Danica Patrick and more were […]

7th Inning Stretch

The 7th Inning Stretch By Alyssa Schroer After a long, dreary winter, the Boys of Summer are finally back! If you’re as excited about the start of the 2015 Major League Baseball Season as we are, you’ll love this playlist of some of baseball’s greatest hits and ballpark anthems. Break out the peanuts and Cracker […]

SOCIALITE SPOTLIGHT

SOCIALITE SPOTLIGHT: KIMBERLY TOWNES By Marc Alexander  As a filmmaker, first and foremost, Kimberly Townes is an artist. Her skills are evident in the various angles she shoots and the cuts she makes on unexpected beats in the editing bay. She perpetually finds different perspectives that inspire audiences to consider more than the face value […]

WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH

Women’s History Month By Nana Fordjour In 1981, Congress passed the Pub. L. 97-28, which authorized and requested that the President proclaim the week of March 7, 1982 as “Women’s History Week.” For five years, Congress passed joint resolutions designating a week in March as “Women’s History Week.” In 1987, the National Women’s History Project […]

MARCH COVER STORY: VIVICA FOX

COVER STORY: VIVICA FOX By Teryl Warren When I first saw Vivica Fox in the classic crime drama Set It Off – I was inspired.  It was the first time since the days of Cleopatra Jones and Foxy Brown that I had seen an image of a tough, brash, beautiful Black woman who was equal […]

SOCIALITE SPOTLIGHT

SOCIALITE SPOTLIGHT: NO MADNESS By Marc Alexander I ran across the Nomadnesstribe movement on the booty model and “My current situation” landscape of Instagram. The account stood out because (1) the sisters had their clothes on and (2) None of the pictures were in the States. Further investigation pushed me to look at all the […]

MR. RIGHT: SEAN SMITH

MR. RIGHT: SEAN SMITH By Teryl Warren “Life is not a spectator sport. If you’re going to spend your whole life in the grandstand just watching what goes on, in my opinion, you’re wasting your life.” – Jackie Robinson In cities and suburbs all across the United States, fans of America’s game are getting the […]