Archive for October 2015

Eat. Dance. Repeat. Walt Disney World's Infusion of Dining & Dancing

Eat. Dance. Repeat. Walt Disney World's Infusion of Dining & Dancing
Growing up, I loved to dance to music. While I didn’t always dance physically, I would imagine myself dancing and would often see my grandma dancing in the kitchen while cooking and tasting her dishes. She loved to cook and was even better at dancing; swaying her hips from side to side while serving us... Read more »

PHOTOS: BMW Unveils 7 Series in Chicago

BMW Ambassadors Andy Dunn, Billy Lawless, Jim Karas, Matt Roan and Steve Fifield hosted a swanky private  event to introduce the spanking new BMW 7 Series.  The event took place at 19 East Chicago and included live music and catering by Food for Thought.  Media partner: Chicago Social Magazine. Follow BMW on Twitter @BMWUSA Photos:... Read more »

Does PINK for the Cure Ignore the Poor?

Does PINK for the Cure Ignore the Poor?
I WAS MURDERED by the System By Erika Bracey If you are reading this blog, I am dying. I’m not dying  because cancer rippled through my body and destroyed every living organ, I am dying  because I couldn’t afford to stay alive. I had insurance but not enough to complete my treatments. I was prescribed... Read more »
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Disney: 7 Places to Wreck Your Diet Like a Boss

Chef Art Smith at Party for the Senses
By Zondra Hughes The Epcot International Food & Wine Festival, now taking place at Walt Disney World thru November 16, is Santaland for foodies like myself. For these few weeks, world-renowned chefs, food critics, and celebrities alike take-over Walt Disney World, and are just as popular as Disney’s first couple, Mickey and Minnie. (On that... Read more »

Great Sex Makes You Stupid, But Celibacy Keeps You Sane

Great Sex Makes You Stupid, But Celibacy Keeps You Sane
By Angela T. Jones Great Sex Makes You Stupid, But Celibacy Keeps You Sane. Let me explain. As women, no matter how strong we claim to be, we develop an emotional connection with the men we have sex with. It results from the release of oxytocin and pheromones and it’s a powerful thing to deal... Read more »

How I Went Bankrupt—and What I Learned

How I Went Bankrupt—and What I Learned
By Tamara Hartley I had a good job and was spending all of my money paying bills. So how did I become bankrupt? Here’s what happened: I didn’t like feeling like I was working for free; something had to give. Yep, you guessed it; I stopped paying those darn credit card bills. I needed my... Read more »
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NBC Sitcom Truth Be Told is Your New Friday Night Fixation

NBC Sitcom Truth Be Told is Your New Friday Night Fixation
Truth Be Told debuts tonight on NBC; check your local listings. By Zondra Hughes In Truth Be Told, Mark-Paul Gosselaar portrays Mitch an ethics professor, married to Tracy, a lawyer, (Vanessa Lachey). Comedian Tone Bell portrays Russell, a standup comic who lives next door with his wife Angie (Bresha Webb). The sitcom comes from Hollywood... Read more »

Photos: The Black Social Network Play Atlanta

Cast members from (LtoR) Keisha Rose; Caneil Chill Oliver; Marisa Baldwin-Woodhouse; Zondra Hughes, producer, Demi Lobo, Simeon Henderson, Gio Johnson, Andrea Wright and Shettima Webb.
There are a million tales in the Black Social Network, and the 5-city college tour (sponsored by General Motors) wrapped up in Atlanta, at the prestigious Atlanta Black Theatre Festival. The Black Social Network play, written and produced by Zondra Hughes, uses the traditional stage play to educate students and business owners about the importance... Read more »

Attraction: 10 Signs That You Are Too Masculine

Attraction: 10 Signs That You Are Too Masculine
Do You Need to “Turn Up” Your Feminine Energy in your Love Relationships? by Debrena Jackson Gandy Feminine Magnetism – What’s the Big Deal? I realize that feminine magnetism is not a topic that the average woman sits around chatting about over coffee.  But we should, because it is a force and a factor that... Read more »
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A White Guy from the South Directs a Film about Race--And it's...

A White Guy from the South Directs a Film about Race--And it's...
…A MUST SEE. Woodlawn tells the true story of race, rivalry and religion within the confines of Birmingham Alabama’s Woodlawn High School, the last school in Birmingham to integrate. The story follows wonder kid athlete “Touchdown” Tony Nathan (portrayed by talented newcomer Caleb Castille), as his gridiron skills breathe new life into the wildly unsuccessful... Read more »