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October 11, 2018

In the early days of hip hop, we see women submerged in the role of the background dancer, video vixen or barely dressed pool party extra. That image is changing, and it is safe to say, women are be-coming just as vital to hip hop as they are to society. Over the weeke...

May 17, 2018

Admittedly, almost two weeks after the release of “This is America” by Childish Gambino, aka Danny Glover, I am still fascinated by Gambino’s lyric “Damn, I’m so pretty.” Like our society, I to struggle with concepts of beauty, vanity and the relevance of it all. Howev...

May 10, 2018

Are you noticing that some of our community’s most influential Black on-air personalities are disappearing from Cox Media’s urban radio stations? Tamara G, Michael Baisden, Shelby Rushin, Benji Brown, Rick Party and even Felisha Monet are no longer on air. The attritio...

April 19, 2018

I am continuously reminded that God has a disdain for comfort zones because He specializes in building our faith by removing them. I would imagine that comfort zones look like whiteheads to God. He lets them sit there for a while, and then one day, they just must go. P...

April 12, 2018

Over the weekend, I attended a Media Empowerment Brunch hosted by Ardith Valencia, the CEO of Steppin Out TV, and discovered that collectively, we are what media looks like in 2018. I was very impressed with the guests that attended the event as I saw many of my collea...

Tuesday, March 27th was a night to remember as guests arrived for the 3rd Annual Glitz & Girlpower Awards ceremony celebrating the accomplishments of women in business and entertainment. Amongst the distinguished honorees were Amara La Negra, Michele Green, Shawntrell...

In addition to beach warm days and cucumber cool evenings, spring brings my favorite time of the year, Jazz in the Gardens! With the success of their 14th annual concert this past weekend, I must salute the organizers for a job well done. They continue to deliver the p...

Ladies!!! (and gentlemen too), we have been consistently celebrating Women’s History with our Westside Gazette readers all month long using my “On the Scene” column. Its time that we #CreditHer, and I am excited to report that this edition of “On the Scene” is no diffe...

1. The Princess wasn't soft and girly she was a warrior.

2. Wakanda was beautiful (they didn't show any crime or slums just education, sustainability and resiliency).

3. All of the men were fine AF!!!

4. They discussed a lot of the layers of issues we face across the dias...

Doing marketing for Goldson Spine, I have come to learn that nothing ruins a person’s day like being involved in an automobile accident. All of a sudden, you are experiencing pain, you may have car or some sort of property damage, and you probably will no longer arrive...

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