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What is Chicago's Most Favorite AirbnBs for the Summer of 2019??

What is Chicago's Most Favorite AirbnBs for the Summer of 2019??
Are you a fanatic about Airbnb’s from around the globe? I literally become obsessed with Airbnb listings that I spend hours looking for the perfect place that fits my home-away-from-home feeling. After scrolling throw [thoushnds of listings and finding a few that either out of my budget or too to be true; I have made... Read more »

Noose Around Jussie Smollett's Career?

Noose Around Jussie Smollett's Career?
While questions swirl around Jussie Smollett’s recent attack, I can’t help but to look at the facts and think Jussie may be lying. Here are some new facts: Smollett initially told police that he was attacked by two men outside a Subway restaurant in Chicago during the early morning hours of January 29th. The 36-year-old... Read more »

Beyonce: On Acceptance, Healing, The Black Effect, Spirituality, and Freedom

Beyonce: On Acceptance, Healing, The Black Effect, Spirituality, and Freedom
By: Reginald Di’onne, Guest Blogger Beyonce is no spring chicken when it comes to serving refreshments, with a little lemon, concocting lemonade.The 36 year old singer shows us yet again how she turns lemons into lemonade by revealing her truths in Vogue’s 2018 September magazine. Gaining a lot of weight after giving birth, Queen Bey confesses... Read more »
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Meet The Cast of The Sip - VIDEO

Meet The Cast of The Sip - VIDEO
You’ve heard our voices and know our laughs…now it’s time for you to truly meet the cast. Check out our promotional video for The Sip. And, fall in love with us.  

The Sip Presents 'An African City' Giveaway

The Sip Presents 'An African City' Giveaway
Last week on “The Sip,” we interviewed the talented and empowered women of ‘An African City’ – a steamy Ghanaian show that helps you understand the life and sexuality of the African woman. After such an amazing and insightful conversation, the folks at ‘An African City’ wanted to give three lucky listeners (we call them... Read more »

New Radio Show Promises to Change The Way You Think About Gay Black Men

New Radio Show Promises to Change The Way You Think About Gay Black Men
Gay Black radio host Clay Cane once said, “when you are black and gay there is a particular duality that you live in. In my case, that double consciousness has allowed me to be as open and cosmopolitan as possible.” He couldn’t said it better. It is this quote that inspired me to start a... Read more »
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Lalah Hathaway Reveals All to Lenox and the Second City

Lalah Hathaway Reveals All to Lenox and the Second City
In my line of work, it’s rare to meet a person that’s genuine about life, their music and their love for the people that support them. Lalah Hathaway imbues all of that and more. Check out the video of singer Lalah Hathaway, daughter of soul singer Donny Hathaway, talk about her live album, personal life outside... Read more »

University of Chicago's Casting Call for An HIV-Prevention App

University of Chicago's Casting Call for An HIV-Prevention App
This is such a brilliant idea that I had to blog about it. The Center for Interdisciplinary Inquiry and Innovation in Sexual and Reproductive, or Ci3, is doing some cool stuff that we have to be apart of. Ci3’s Philip Ehrenberg and Dr. Brandon Hill at the University of Chicago are developing an iPad app for use in health clinics... Read more »

Gay Black Fathers Kordale and Kaleb Star In This Beautiful Nikon Ad

Gay Black Fathers Kordale and Kaleb Star In This Beautiful Nikon Ad
Remember these guys? They were the two gay dads that took a photo last year doing their daughters’s hair in the morning. And, it went viral…and, profitable.  Kordale and Kaleb Lewis are starring in a new Nikon campaign with their children. Nikon’s “I Am Generation Campaign” shows the family telling their story in an inspiring video. It will... Read more »
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Voguing in Detroit May Save Your Life, Suggests A New Documentary

Voguing in Detroit May Save Your Life, Suggests A New Documentary
It could be assumed that voguing is taking over the world. A new documentary dives into this subculture that’s offering solace for queer people in one of America’s most dangerous cities, Detroit. In Vogue, Detroit—a documentary short produced in conjunction with Dazed Digital—filmmaker Mollie Mills explores the positive ways in which the unique dance tradition founded in... Read more »