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  • Malike Sidibe Reveals Afro Punk Series with 'Now You See' Group Show
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    Malike Sidibe Reveals Afro Punk Series with 'Now You See' Group Show

    Renowned photographer Malike Sidibe reveals his Afro-punk series with the 'Now You See' group show on February 28, 2022, in New York.
    By Emmanuel Perilla
  • A New Balance: How David Gibson Is Creating a New Wave in the Sneaker Culture
    Lifestyle

    A New Balance: How David Gibson Is Creating a New Wave in the Sneaker Culture

    New Balance's Global Product Manager David Gibson represents a new wave of talent and style for the sneaker house and its competitors.
    By Taylor Edwards
  • Lips Cafe - A Chilled Ambiance in East Flatbush
    Lifestyle

    Lips Cafe - A Chilled Ambiance in East Flatbush

    A family business and East Flatbush phenom, Lips Cafe serves coffee and tea, booze, bites, and vibes in Brooklyn, New York.
    By Dominique Carson
  • SHOWTIME Releases Docu-Series Trailer, Everything's Gonna Be All White
    Entertainment

    SHOWTIME Releases Docu-Series Trailer, Everything's Gonna Be All White

    SHOWTIME releases docu-series trailer for Everything's Gonna Be All White in honor of Black History Month directed by Sacha Jenkins.
    By Bleu Magazine
  • Lifetime Presents 'Single Black Female' Red Carpet Starring K. Michelle, Amber Riley, Raven Goodwin
    Entertainment

    Lifetime Presents 'Single Black Female' Red Carpet Starring K. Michelle, Amber Riley, Raven Goodwin

    Lifetime rolls out the red carpet for the premiere screening of 'Single Black Female' starring Amber Riley, Raven Goodwin, and K. Michelle.
    By Bleu Magazine
  • Jonathan McCrory: Breaking Barriers in Theatre
    Culture

    Jonathan McCrory: Breaking Barriers in Theatre

    From DMV to Duke Ellington School of the Arts, Jonathan McCrory shines through learning disabilities to the National Black Theater.
    By Justin Wallace
  • A Visit To Aruba Is All About Good Vibes and Experiential Diversity
    Lifestyle

    A Visit To Aruba Is All About Good Vibes and Experiential Diversity

    With good vibes, good food and drinks, great adventures, and a burgeoning art scene, Aruba, the One Happy Island, has it all.
    By Becca Blond
  • Bank Black: Black-Owned Banks For The Culture
    Business

    Bank Black: Black-Owned Banks For The Culture

    Leading Black-owned and operated banking options that offer modern and standard mobile financial services.
    By Bleu Magazine
  • Andre Hammonds Shares His Journey 'Chasing' Reality TV, Fashion, and Charity
    Lifestyle

    Andre Hammonds Shares His Journey 'Chasing' Reality TV, Fashion, and Charity

    Breakout star and stylist Andre Hammonds shares his journey chasing reality television, the world of fashion, and charity honoring his mother.
    By Bleu Magazine
  • Mikhala Jené Sings The 'Carolina Blues'
    Lifestyle

    Mikhala Jené Sings The 'Carolina Blues'

    Mikhala Jene' talks the 'Carolina Blues' from Jacksonville, North Carolina to HBO's Insecure Season 5 soundtrack.
    By Justin Wallace
  • Amaal: Toronto’s Leading Lady of R&B
    Lifestyle

    Amaal: Toronto’s Leading Lady of R&B

    For R&B singer Amaal Copy her remarkable journey began in Mogadishu, Somali, where she, the fourth of ten children, lived in the early 1990s.
    By Jerrod Eastman
  • Deion Sanders Flips No.1 Recruit Travis Hunter to Jackson State University
    Lifestyle

    Deion Sanders Flips No.1 Recruit Travis Hunter to Jackson State University

    The highest-ranking defensive back Travis Hunter flips commitment from Florida State University to Jackson State University to join the SWAC.
    By Taylor Edwards
  • TJ Atoms On The Rise As Ol' Dirty Bastard in Wu-Tang: An American Saga
    Entertainment

    TJ Atoms On The Rise As Ol' Dirty Bastard in Wu-Tang: An American Saga

    TJ Atoms is on the rise as Ason Unique in his portrayal of the late rapper, Ol' Dirty Bastard, in the Hulu series, Wu-Tang: An American Saga.
    By Evan Majors
  • Wendy Raquel Robinson & Hosea Chanchez Discuss 'The Game" Series Comeback!
    Entertainment

    Wendy Raquel Robinson & Hosea Chanchez Discuss 'The Game" Series Comeback!

    Wendy Raquel Robinson and Hosea Chanchez are back in 'The Game' as Tasha and Malik in the popular sitcom return streaming on Paramount +.
    By Bleu Magazine
  • How Skyh Alvester Black Went From Car Valet to Hollywood in Less Than a Year
    Culture

    How Skyh Alvester Black Went From Car Valet to Hollywood in Less Than a Year

    Dancer turned actor, Skyh Alvester Black, went from a car valet to Hollywood and Tyler Perry Studios in less than a year.
    By Lauren Williams
  • Luke James on Thoughts of a Colored Man
    Entertainment

    Luke James on Thoughts of a Colored Man

    Actor and recording artist Luke James talks Broadway play, Thoughts of a Colored Man, co-starring Mack Wilds and Da'Vinchi.
    By Truth Hawkins
  • Aunts et Uncles: Brooklyn-Based Vegan Cafe Marries Family & Flavor
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    Aunts et Uncles: Brooklyn-Based Vegan Cafe Marries Family & Flavor

    Aunts et Uncles is a Brooklyn-based vegan cafe that marries family and flavor in the bed of the New York borough with plant-based bites.
    By Truth Hawkins
  • Sierra Leone Self-Care With Krio Skincare
    Lifestyle

    Sierra Leone Self-Care With Krio Skincare

    Krio skin collection is rich in moisture, rich in style, and rich in Sierra Leone heritage because “being ashy is never cool”.
    By Taylor Edwards
  • Pharrell Williams Hits Number One with The Goodtime Hotel
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    Pharrell Williams Hits Number One with The Goodtime Hotel

    The Goodtime Hotel is a must-have experience in South Beach Miami and a universal passport for rest and relaxation by Pharrell Williams.
    By Taylor Edwards
  • Meet AT&T’s First Black Authorized Retailers: The Williams Brothers
    Lifestyle

    Meet AT&T’s First Black Authorized Retailers: The Williams Brothers

    The Williams Brothers started their entrepreneurial journey in high school selling snacks to now first Black retailers in AT&T history.
    By Kayla Grant
  • The Jeweler of the Stars: A Talk with Scotty ATL
    Lifestyle

    The Jeweler of the Stars: A Talk with Scotty ATL

    Owned by Scotty ATL, Grillz by Scotty is a custom jewelry and grillz shop popular amongst many celebrity clients, Atlanta, and Los Angeles.
    By Kirby Wright
  • Retail, Runway, Reality – Black Fashion Influencers to Follow
    Fashion

    Retail, Runway, Reality – Black Fashion Influencers to Follow

    Style and fashion enthusiasts leading the charge for the up-to-date fashion trends, traditions, and culture.
    By Bleu Magazine
  • Dancehall Star Konshens Talks New Album, Potential Verzuz Battle and More!
    Lifestyle

    Dancehall Star Konshens Talks New Album, Potential Verzuz Battle and More!

    Jamaican dancehall recording artist Konshens takes "Winners" and reggae music from the United States to a Japanese tour.
    By Justin Wallace
  • Virgil Abloh, Louis Vuitton and Off-White Designer, Dies at 41
    Fashion

    Virgil Abloh, Louis Vuitton and Off-White Designer, Dies at 41

    Louis Vuitton, artistic director and founder of Off-White Virgil Abloh, has passed away at the age of 41 from cardiac angiosarcoma cancer.
    By Bleu Magazine
  • LA The Goat Proves Its '813 Day' With New EP
    Lifestyle

    LA The Goat Proves Its '813 Day' With New EP

    Def Jam's LA The Goat discusses his inspiration, Tampa upbringings, Jermaine Dupri, and his latest project, the EP, My Time.
    By Justin Wallace
  • Ian Davis Helps Creatives Find Their Daily Vibe For Success
    Culture

    Ian Davis Helps Creatives Find Their Daily Vibe For Success

    {My} Daily Vibe is a 365-day journal for creatives, tapping into their inner-most talents through good vibes and positive affirmations.
    By Bleu Magazine
  • Lena Waithe Goes Bigger With ‘Twenties’ On BET
    Entertainment

    Lena Waithe Goes Bigger With ‘Twenties’ On BET

    Twenties is BET’s latest comedic project to hit the small screen created by Lena Waithe – written to, from, and for Black women.
    By Taylor Edwards
  • Compton's Princess: Azjah
    Lifestyle

    Compton's Princess: Azjah

    Azjah "Princess Of Compton," is making a significant impact within the music scene. Check out her latest project and more with Bleu Magazine.
    By Bleu Magazine
  • The Reason: T.R.I.N.I
    Lifestyle

    The Reason: T.R.I.N.I

    Trinidadian artist T.R.I.N.I. - formerly known as A.K. - releases new EP, The Reason, available on all streaming platforms.
    By Justin Wallace
  • The Astroworld Timeline of Triumphs and Trials
    Culture

    The Astroworld Timeline of Triumphs and Trials

    Travis Scott's signature Astroworld draws concertgoers to Houston with a history of hyper-raging, performances, and punk-perfect moments.
    By Taylor Edwards
  • Producer Digital Nas Performs at Ye’s Sunday Service in LA
    Lifestyle

    Producer Digital Nas Performs at Ye’s Sunday Service in LA

    Once again, in the heart of downtown LA, music artist Ye West takes his passion for music to amplify God’s love with producer Digital Nas.
    By Taylor Edwards
  • Ye Discusses S.N.L, Drake, and More on Drink Champs
    Entertainment

    Ye Discusses S.N.L, Drake, and More on Drink Champs

    Ye sits down with popular podcast hosts N.O.R.E and D.J E.F.N on Drink Champs in the rapper's first interview since Donda.
    By Bleu Magazine
  • BodyArmor Boosts Kobe Bryant's Legacy With $5.6B Acquisition
    Business

    BodyArmor Boosts Kobe Bryant's Legacy With $5.6B Acquisition

    BodyArmor boosts Kobe Bryant's legacy with a $5.6 billion acquisition, securing the second-largest sports drink in the beverage industry.
    By Taylor Edwards
  • Tank Comes Full Circle With Single "I Deserve"
    Music

    Tank Comes Full Circle With Single "I Deserve"

    “I Deserve” brings Tank's two-decade career full circle by sampling his now-classic single, 2001’s Top 40 smash, “Maybe I Deserve.”
    By Bleu Magazine
  • INSECTS: The Latest Diet Trend To Hit The U.S.
    Lifestyle

    INSECTS: The Latest Diet Trend To Hit The U.S.

    With the world obsessing to eat clean and find meat alternatives, insects rise in popularity for health and sustainability.
    By Taylor Edwards
  • The Rise of Social Media Phenom: Yvngxchris
    Lifestyle

    The Rise of Social Media Phenom: Yvngxchris

    DMV native Yvngxchris - the 16-year-old has become a household name with his creative lyrics in just two years with half a million followers.
    By Justin Wallace
  • Michigan-Bred Brand Todd Patrick Launches “Even Weeds Grow” Collection
    Fashion

    Michigan-Bred Brand Todd Patrick Launches “Even Weeds Grow” Collection

    Michigan brand Todd Patrick announces its collection “Even Weeds grow” - an extension from its previous collection “A letter from Michigan”.
    By Chevy
  • Poker May Be The Next Big Thing To Hit The Olympics
    Lifestyle

    Poker May Be The Next Big Thing To Hit The Olympics

    Poker is a mental game of strength and agility at the highest level of competition - and the latest sport of choice.
    By Bleu Magazine
  • Dom Kennedy Announces From the Westside With Love III
    Lifestyle

    Dom Kennedy Announces From the Westside With Love III

    Dom Kennedy announces the release date of his forthcoming album “From The Westside With Love Three” - set to drop October 15, 2021.
    By Bleu Magazine
  • Places To Visit Without Covid-19 Restrictions
    Lifestyle

    Places To Visit Without Covid-19 Restrictions

    Pandemic restrictions have led to canceled festivals, concerts, events, and more. Here are places to visit without rules and regulations.
    By Taylor Edwards
  • Mechali Launches its Fourth Collection, “A Love Like No Other”
    Fashion

    Mechali Launches its Fourth Collection, “A Love Like No Other”

    Mechali launches its fourth collection, “A Love Like No Other” - a nostalgic collection inspired by the co-founders' childhood.
    By Taylor Edwards
  • Black Mayors Matter - First Black Mayors In the Country
    Lifestyle

    Black Mayors Matter - First Black Mayors In the Country

    A first class of first Black mayors, administrators, and politicians nationwide - top mayors adding diversity to the blue wave.
    By Taylor Edwards
  • Cut the Cords: Best Streaming Alternatives to Cable
    Lifestyle

    Cut the Cords: Best Streaming Alternatives to Cable

    If you’re considering cutting the cords to cable these streaming platforms are the best bangs for your buck with no contracts or extra fees.
    By Taylor Edwards
  • Skincare Specialized for Men
    Lifestyle

    Skincare Specialized for Men

    Love the skin you're in! Here are the summer's hottest cleansers, moisturizers, and collections for skincare specialized for men.
    By Bleu Magazine
  • STARZ Host 'BMF' Screening and Concert in Atlanta
    Culture

    STARZ Host 'BMF' Screening and Concert in Atlanta

    STARZ hosted a star-studded event in celebration of the new original series “BMF'' at the Cellairis Amphitheatre in Atlanta, Georgia.
    By Bleu Magazine
  • Maia Chaka, First Black Woman Official in NFL History
    Lifestyle

    Maia Chaka, First Black Woman Official in NFL History

    Maia Chaka is the fNFL's first Black female official - joining fellow female trendsetters, Sarah Thomas and Shannon Eastin.
    By Taylor Edwards
  • HBO Max launches 'Scene In Black' Celebrating Black Talent
    Culture

    HBO Max launches 'Scene In Black' Celebrating Black Talent

    HBO Max launches new social-first initiative, Scene In Black, celebrating original and classic Black stories, talent, creatives, and content.
    By Taylor Edwards
  • Erigo X Storms Spring Studios With Neon Streetwear At NYFW
    Lifestyle

    Erigo X Storms Spring Studios With Neon Streetwear At NYFW

    Indonesian streetwear brand, Erigo X, stunned on day two at NYFW with bold colors, street-chic designs, and a show-stopping presentation.
    By Taylor Edwards
  • Mr. SOUL!: Hillman Grad Productions & Def Jam Records Release Soundtrack
    Culture

    Mr. SOUL!: Hillman Grad Productions & Def Jam Records Release Soundtrack

    Lena Waithe's Hillman Grad Productions and Def Jam Recordings release Mr. SOUL!'s official soundtrack - available on all streaming platforms.
    By Taylor Edwards
  • Apple Car Predicted To Be Unveiled By 2021
    Auto

    Apple Car Predicted To Be Unveiled By 2021

    Amid rumors and strong speculation, the Apple Car is next to start a frenzy and could be announced by the end of the year 2021.
    By Taylor Edwards
  • Herb and Flora: Self-Care Essentials from Inside, Out
    Lifestyle

    Herb and Flora: Self-Care Essentials from Inside, Out

    All-inclusive topical line, Herb + Flora includes gels, renewing serums, supplements, anti-wrinkle recovery pillowcases, and water bottles.
    By Taylor Edwards
  • Amin Joseph on His Acting Career and Why It’s Snowfall’s Moment
    Entertainment

    Amin Joseph on His Acting Career and Why It’s Snowfall’s Moment

    Widely known as Uncle Jerome in FX's Snowfall, Amin Joseph talks his acting career, his HBCU pride, and what's next in his career.
    By Kirby Wright
  • Donna Hylton Shares "A Little Piece of Light" With New Memoir
    Lifestyle

    Donna Hylton Shares "A Little Piece of Light" With New Memoir

    Sentenced to 27 years for murder at the age of 20, Donna Hylton used her bid as a weapon to prosper from imprisonment to empowerment.
    By Taylor Edwards
  • Mission to Mars: How to Send Your Name to Outer Space
    Lifestyle

    Mission to Mars: How to Send Your Name to Outer Space

    World news and natural disasters are giving humans more reasons than one to leave planet Earth and explore space through Mars.
    By Taylor Edwards
  • Reality TV's Misster Ray #1 With Novel, Mess with a Message
    Lifestyle

    Reality TV's Misster Ray #1 With Novel, Mess with a Message

    Reality star, television personality, and social media sensation, Ray Cunningham is an Amazon #1 Selling Author with novel, Mess with a Message.
    By Taylor Edwards
  • Liberty Fairs' IRL Return Shines in Los Angeles
    Lifestyle

    Liberty Fairs' IRL Return Shines in Los Angeles

    Veering from its NYC home, Liberty Fairs takes the fashion platform to new heights with mobile activations in Miami, and now, Los Angeles, California.
    By Taylor Edwards
  • Dababy and The Wrath of Cancel Culture
    Culture

    Dababy and The Wrath of Cancel Culture

    Festivals, live concerts, and special events continue to cancel DaBaby from their lineups opinions grows louder showing where everyone stands.
    By Taylor Edwards
  • Creative Director Owen Brown Scores Nine Awards In Four Months
    Lifestyle

    Creative Director Owen Brown Scores Nine Awards In Four Months

    When the feeling of being a big fish in a small pond became overwhelming, Owen Brown ventured out into his own body of water with his firm, CTRL5.
    By Taylor Edwards
  • Jeff Bezos Reaches Space and Back in Less Than 15 Minutes
    Lifestyle

    Jeff Bezos Reaches Space and Back in Less Than 15 Minutes

    Blue Origin launched its first crewed mission on its rocket, New Shepard, July 20 to fly founder, Jeff Bezos, and three passengers to space and back.
    By Taylor Edwards
  • The Origin of OAK: Atlanta Nightclub Bids Farewell to Popular Location
    Entertainment

    The Origin of OAK: Atlanta Nightclub Bids Farewell to Popular Location

    In the heart of Atlanta’s downtown sits Oak Atlanta, a premier multi-level nightclub that has become a pioneer of the city’s nightlife.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • Tyler Perry's The Haves and the Have Nots Final Farewell, Two-Part Special
    Entertainment

    Tyler Perry's The Haves and the Have Nots Final Farewell, Two-Part Special

    The Haves and the Have Nots bid their final farewell with a season finale and a two-part reunion created, written, and produced by Tyler Perry.
    By Taylor Edwards
  • FRGMT + 7 Moncler + Converse Release Second Collaboration
    Lifestyle

    FRGMT + 7 Moncler + Converse Release Second Collaboration

    FRGMT breaks its longstanding outerwear-based relationship with Moncler to partner and release the exclusive shoe for Converse.
    By Taylor Edwards
  • Liberty Fairs Returns In-Person With a Miami Debut
    Lifestyle

    Liberty Fairs Returns In-Person With a Miami Debut

    Welcoming its first crowd since the pandemic, the Liberty Fairs trade show makes its in-person return at the Miami Convention Center.
    By Bleu Magazine
  • Calligrafist Presents Muslimah Photo Series
    Lifestyle

    Calligrafist Presents Muslimah Photo Series

    Known as “Calligrafist”, Ishmail Sayeed presents a virtual ode to Muslim women and their value to Islamic culture with Muslimah Photo Series.
    By Taylor Edwards
  • Jessica Betts talks Pride, Dignity, and Love with Niecy Nash
    Culture

    Jessica Betts talks Pride, Dignity, and Love with Niecy Nash

    Jessica Betts - artist and actress - talks Pride, new music, new projects and new love with wife, Niecy Nash.
    By Myrlaun Walker
  • Gabby Thomas Qualifies for the Tokyo Olympics
    Lifestyle

    Gabby Thomas Qualifies for the Tokyo Olympics

    Gabby Thomas, qualified for the Tokyo Olympics after winning the women's 200 meter at the U.S. Olympic track and field trials in Eugene,
    By Ashley G
  • Chef Jeff Catering is a One-Stop-Shop with Jeffrey Morneau
    Culture

    Chef Jeff Catering is a One-Stop-Shop with Jeffrey Morneau

    Based in NYC, Jeffrey “Chef Jeff” Morneau is CEO at Chef Jeff Catering, a one-stop-shop offering cake design, event planning, and catering.
    By Kirby Wright
  • SuperDope Q of VH1’s Black Ink Crew Presents Hair Dope
    Lifestyle

    SuperDope Q of VH1’s Black Ink Crew Presents Hair Dope

    Breaking boundaries as one of the first Black-owned hair dye companies, Superdope Q takes Hair Dope all the way to the shelves of major retailers.
    By Meg Wardrop
  • Experience a More Welcoming World with MisterB&B
    Lifestyle

    Experience a More Welcoming World with MisterB&B

    Experience a more welcoming environment with MISTERB&B, an LGBTQ-friendly traveling app with a million accommodations in different countries.
    By Ashley G
  • DJ B-Hen Takes Popular "BLOCK PARTY" To Atlanta
    Culture

    DJ B-Hen Takes Popular "BLOCK PARTY" To Atlanta

    With a flaring reputation, the B-Hen Block Party keeps growing into the biggest, exclusive, and inclusive party on the West Coast.
    By Taylor Edwards
  • T-Pain Discusses Depression After Remarks from Usher
    Culture

    T-Pain Discusses Depression After Remarks from Usher

    In an eight-part Netflix docuseries, This Is Pop, T-Pain discusses depression after criticism from fellow platinum recording artist, Usher.
    By Taylor Edwards
  • Dr. Dre Partners to Launch New High School with LAUSD
    Culture

    Dr. Dre Partners to Launch New High School with LAUSD

    Music mogul Dr. Dre joins forces with Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) to open a new magnet high school in south Los Angeles.
    By Taylor Edwards
  • Tone Stith Talks Musical Maturity and Living Life with New Project
    Culture

    Tone Stith Talks Musical Maturity and Living Life with New Project

    Tone Stith talks musical maturity and living life with his all new project, FWM, available June 11 on all platforms.
    By Kent Olden
  • "Its a Wonderful Plight" confronts Culture and True Price of Gentrification
    Entertainment

    "Its a Wonderful Plight" confronts Culture and True Price of Gentrification

    It’s A Wonderful Plight takes viewers through a musical history lesson from race to culture appropriation and the true price of gentrification.
    By Taylor Edwards
  • Montblanc Introduces a New Fragrance, Explorer Ultra Blue
    Lifestyle

    Montblanc Introduces a New Fragrance, Explorer Ultra Blue

    Inspired by the nature of blue, Montblanc’s spirit of adventure and exploration is expressed in this new scent, Montblanc Explorer Ultra Blue.
    By Taylor Edwards
  • Kerby Jean-Raymond, first Black American designer for Paris Haute Couture
    Lifestyle

    Kerby Jean-Raymond, first Black American designer for Paris Haute Couture

    Kerby Jean-Raymond makes mark on the fashion world as the first Black American designer to exhibit a collection for Paris Haute Couture Week.
    By Taylor Edwards
  • Hennessy VSOP Celebrates STARZ Run The World with Cocktail Kit
    Lifestyle

    Hennessy VSOP Celebrates STARZ Run The World with Cocktail Kit

    The official partner of STARZ’s “Run the World,” Hennessy debuts a vibrant cocktail kit to celebrate life, friendship, and women's empowerment.
    By Taylor Edwards
  • Naomi Osaka, Sweetgreen’s First Ambassador, Youngest Investor
    Business

    Naomi Osaka, Sweetgreen’s First Ambassador, Youngest Investor

    Naomi Osaka is Sweetgreen’s first ambassador and youngest investor with partnership, unveiling new signature bowl, the Naomi Osaka Bowl.
    By Taylor Edwards
  • Women and Founders of Color Gain Capital with EnrichHER
    Business

    Women and Founders of Color Gain Capital with EnrichHER

    Women and founders of color gain capital with EnrichHER; the only digital platform putting new majority founders first in line.
    By Taylor Edwards
  • Gucci Mane Debuts New Belaire Bleu Bottle
    Culture

    Gucci Mane Debuts New Belaire Bleu Bottle

    Gucci Mane announced the release of the new Belaire Bleu bottle with its makers, Sovereign Brands, and partner, Rick Ross.
    By Taylor Edwards
  • CBS Sports and HBCUs to Create HBCU All-Star Game
    Lifestyle

    CBS Sports and HBCUs to Create HBCU All-Star Game

    CBS Sports is partnering with HBCUs to create the HBCU All-Star Game, an event showcasing and celebrating the best HBCU basketball players.
    By Tommy Rodriguez
  • How to Get Started in the Cannabis Industry
    Business

    How to Get Started in the Cannabis Industry

    Legal cannabis heading to the Big Apple means that there are millions of people waiting to be medicated and billions of dollars to be made.
    By Tommy Rodriguez
  • The Marketing Problem Behind Unequal pay in Sports
    Lifestyle

    The Marketing Problem Behind Unequal pay in Sports

    Women’s relatively low salaries in sports are a direct consequence of the lack of marketing and promotion their play receives.
    By Tommy Rodriguez
  • NFL Star Russell Okung's Bitcoin Gamble Pays Off
    Business

    NFL Star Russell Okung's Bitcoin Gamble Pays Off

    Russell Okung’s request for half of his salary to be converted to Bitcoin has paid off, making him one of the best paid players in the NFL.
    By Tommy Rodriguez
  • Tyler Perry Offers the Royal Family a Helping Hand
    Culture

    Tyler Perry Offers the Royal Family a Helping Hand

    When Meghan Markle and Prince Harry most needed help and protection, an unexpected entertainer swooped in to assist them: Tyler Perry.
    By Tommy Rodriguez
  • Ella Baker: An Overlooked American Hero and Revolutionary
    Culture

    Ella Baker: An Overlooked American Hero and Revolutionary

    Regarded by some as the “mother of the civil rights movement”, Ella Baker served as one of the most overlooked yet key heroes of her era.
    By Tommy Rodriguez
  • New Evidence Points to NYPD, FBI's Role in Malcolm X's Murder
    Culture

    New Evidence Points to NYPD, FBI's Role in Malcolm X's Murder

    On Saturday, Malcolm X’s family revealed a letter written by a deceased NYPD officer and demanded a reopening of the murder investigation.
    By Tommy Rodriguez
  • Naomi Osaka Defeats Serena Williams: A Passing of the Torch?
    Lifestyle

    Naomi Osaka Defeats Serena Williams: A Passing of the Torch?

    In likely the most high-profile matchup of the 2021 Australian Open, Naomi Osaka defeated Serena Williams 6-3, 6-4 in this year’s semifinals.
    By Tommy Rodriguez
  • Designer Samuel Ross is Breaking the Mold
    Lifestyle

    Designer Samuel Ross is Breaking the Mold

    In addition to his exceptional creative skills, designer Samuel Ross has taken great initiative in promoting black economic growth.
    By Tommy Rodriguez
  • Seneca Village: The Black Settlement Buried Below Central Park
    Culture

    Seneca Village: The Black Settlement Buried Below Central Park

    The destruction of Seneca Village in order to make room for Central Park poses one of the biggest “what ifs” in American history.
    By Tommy Rodriguez
  • Are We on the Brink of Another Housing Bubble Collapse?
    Business

    Are We on the Brink of Another Housing Bubble Collapse?

    The rise in housing prices in conjunction with the 2006 housing bubble has led homeowners to fear the collapse of another real estate bubble.
    By Tommy Rodriguez
  • Jock McKissic Gives Insight into his Rise in the Film Industry
    Culture

    Jock McKissic Gives Insight into his Rise in the Film Industry

    Since his life-changing decision to move to Atlanta and focus on his acting career, actor Jock McKissic has been making a name for himself.
    By Tommy Rodriguez
  • The White House Prepares for America’s new First Family
    Culture

    The White House Prepares for America’s new First Family

    The White House and its staff will welcome a new president and his family, the Bidens, in this year’s unusual presidential move-in day.
    By Tommy Rodriguez
  • James Harden to Join Kyrie Irving, Kevin Durant in Brooklyn
    Lifestyle

    James Harden to Join Kyrie Irving, Kevin Durant in Brooklyn

    In perhaps the biggest blockbuster trade in NBA history, four teams have agreed on a trade that will send James Harden to the Brooklyn Nets.
    By Tommy Rodriguez
  • Elon Musk Weighs in on Donald Trump's Social Media Censorship
    Business

    Elon Musk Weighs in on Donald Trump's Social Media Censorship

    On Monday, Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk took to Twitter to share his thoughts on the President’s censorship.
    By Tommy Rodriguez
  • 2020: A Year Engraved in American Sports History
    Lifestyle

    2020: A Year Engraved in American Sports History

    While today’s sports look a lot different from what they did earlier in 2020, they are a testament to our will to keep pushing forward.
    By Tommy Rodriguez
  • Mandeaux: Black-Owned Luxury Men's Footwear
    Lifestyle

    Mandeaux: Black-Owned Luxury Men's Footwear

    Mandeaux is emerging as the cream of the crop in the shoe world, offering great quality, service, and a brand image you can stand behind.
    By Tommy Rodriguez
  • 2020 Has Given Generation Z the Tools to Succeed
    Culture

    2020 Has Given Generation Z the Tools to Succeed

    At such young ages, members of Generation Z are already proving to be the most influential and, in many ways, the most powerful demographic.
    By Tommy Rodriguez
  • Harlem Biscuit Company: A Taste of the South in The Big Apple
    Business

    Harlem Biscuit Company: A Taste of the South in The Big Apple

    Located in the heart of Harlem, the Harlem Biscuit Company is home to some of the most mouth-watering Southern biscuit sandwiches.
    By Tommy Rodriguez
  • Keeping Your Thanksgiving COVID-Friendly
    Culture

    Keeping Your Thanksgiving COVID-Friendly

    A COVID-friendly Thanksgiving does not have to be any less fun than a normal one. Here are ways you can mitigate your risk of infection.
    By Tommy Rodriguez
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