Comedienne Kiana Dancie Talks Her Start In the Industry, Being a Boss, and Dating In Her Thirties (Pt. 1)

Kiana Dancie is a talented comedienne, producer, radio personality and actress.  Born in Cleveland, Ohio and raised in Atlanta, Ms. Dancie has shared the stage with the Oscar winning comedic actress Monique, Akintunde, Rodney Perry, Sheryl Underwood, Katt Williams and Read more

The Power Of Beauty Expo Leaves Its Mark On Dallas


The Power of Beauty international Education & 2 Day Beauty Expo Presented by NikkiNicoleHair & Mo-Unlimited featuring Love & Hip Hop ATL’s Rasheeda, WE TV’s LA Hair Naja Rickett and celeb stylist, Jaylon Aaron took place at the Downtown Dallas Read more

Wednesday Wonder Woman: Nikei Salas

Nikei Salas is the author of “Black Girl Gone Guru”, as well as a wife, mother, spiritual coach, speaker, and activist. Learn more about Nikki and her book below. How would you describe your swagher? What makes Nikei, Nikei? Me being in Read more

Ava Duvernay’s Latest Project, “The 13th”, To Kick Off NY Film Festival


Ava DuVernay is back at it. While we have been anxiously awaiting the “Queen Sugar” series to debut this fall, she has been working in secret on her latest project, “The 13th”, which is a nonfictional film that will kick Read more

The M.A.D.E Black Indie Market Starts July 30th

Atlanta, GA, July 19, 2016 Toogood Industries would like to announce to the beginning of the M.A.D.E Black Indie Market. A Pop up shopping experience celebrating black businesses, business owners and entrepreneurs hosted by 630 Events. The experience will host business and Read more

Omari Hardwick Says He Would Like To Sit Down With Mayor Giuliani

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Starz’s “Power” star, Omari Hardwick, sat down with “Huffington Post” this week and during his interview Hardwick said he would like to have a conversation with Mayor Rudy Giuliani after the comments he made during his (Giuliani’s) interview with “Face Read more

Boss Lady Mae Reveals The Official Cast of Her Upcoming 8 Cities Gospel Stage Play, “Single Ladies, Wait On Your Boaz!”

Boss Lady Mae Reveals The Official Cast of Her Upcoming 8 Cities Gospel Stage Play, “Single Ladies, Wait On Your Boaz!” “Single Ladies, Wait On Your Boaz!” Gospel Stage Play encourages single women to wait on the right man who Read more

3 Reasons to Be Proud of Your Blackness This Week

It’s Tuesday, nothing special to our knowledge, but just in case one needs a reason to feel good about being Black this week, or in particular, being a Black woman, here’s three! 13- year old Essynce Moore was named Teenpreneur Read more

Photo Recap Of The Stop The Violence Movement’s March In McComb


The Stop The Violence Movement marched in McComb, MS, last month. As the city’s crime and murder rate continues to rise, a group of citizens felt the city should unite and address the issue. Selectman Donovan Hill provided us with Read more

6 Tips For Finding Peace and Recharging In All This Madness

The past week has been mentally and emotionally draining. As a media outlet, we tried to stay abreast of all events, but as an individual, it has been tiresome and heartbreaking with each event unfolding after the next. It’s hard Read more

Another Possible Police Involved Shooting in Houston, Texas


Though we couldn’t find anything via mainstream media, social media outlets like Twitter and Instagram are reporting the death of another Black man, Alva Braziel,  during a police involved shooting. We found one news story from Houston which did not Read more

Carmelo Anthony Says It’s Time Athletes Step Up and Take Charge


Carmelo Anthony is the latest professional athlete to speak on police brutality and the slayings of black men. Anthony took to Instagram to express his frustrations with this week’s events, the murders of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile. He shared Read more

A Week of Daily Waking Up To Heartbreaking News

Contrary to normal perceptions, cycling is not a fitness activity that solely involves the legs. Cycling builds strength in a holistic manner since every single part of the body is involved in cycling.

This week has been heartbreaking with one disappointment after the next. When I went to bed early on the Fourth of July, I hoped to not wake up to innocent bystanders being shot by idiots firing guns as others popped Read more

Beauty & Style Expo Photo Recap From Essence Fest


My Black Is Beautiful (MBIB), an African-American community-building platform created by Procter & Gamble (P&G), celebrated 10 successful years of initiating and sustaining a broad dialogue around black beauty at Essence Festival in New Orleans. As the Official Sponsor of Read more

New Lupito Nyong’o Film To Premiere This Fall

  We know we are a little late, but if you hadn’t heard, Lupito Nyong’o has a new movie entitled “The Queen of Katwe” being released this fall. The film tells the story of Phiona Mutesi, a young girl from Read more

Fancy Finds: My Summer Skincare Regimen


Many have said my skin looks like it is glowing lately and wanted to know what I use, so I thought I would share. I’m still fairly new to beauty blogging. I know that sounds silly after 6 years of Read more