The Harlem Renaissance is recognized as the time between the end of World War I and the mid 1930s when there was a cultural, social, and artistic explosion in Harlem due to a huge wave of African Americans moving from the rural South to the urban North. Continue reading Black History: Harlem Renaissance
The ‘not African American’ actress from ‘every continent in Africa,’ announced yesterday on The View she will be leaving the show to start a spinoff of her childhood show That’s So Raven!
For the 3rd year I am one of the celebrities dancing to find a cure for Ducheene MD via Suneel’s Celebrity Ballroom Competition Sat Oct 29 2016 6pm at Salavatore’s Italian Gardens.
every dollar donated is a vote for your favorite dancer! It all goes to benefit Suneel’s Light Research Foundation – a charity that’s been raising funds for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy research for over 13 years. Suneel’s Celebrity Gala — a fun, elegant and unique evening featuring Buffalo’s favorite local celebrities from TV and radio, competing against one another in ballroom dance. Through the generous donations, ticket and vote sales, and the heroic efforts of our stars, studios, and sponsors, Suneel’s Light can raise the funds for the clinical trials needed to develop treatments to save 17-year old Suneel Ram, the inspiration for the foundation, and the countless other boys who, otherwise, may not live to adulthood.
These cats are dope check out their latest project. Anderson.Paak’s one of my favorite up and coming artists out of LA. His debut album Malibu was amazing and this joint project with Knxwledge is right up there with it. Let me know what ya’ll think.
This songs on my “Girls Night Out Prep Time” Playlist. I know every girl has a set song list they play while they’re doing their makeup and hair, well this is on mine…