Archive for March 2017

Travel Diary: Dreaming While Black

My inner rainbow awakens
By A Comeaux I attended the Epcot Flower and Garden Festival at Walt Disney World over the weekend, and sisters, let me explain the magic-and why it’s so necessary for you to get you some of it! Dreaming while Black: If ever there was an experience of overwhelming euphoria, this weekend with Disney was the... Read more »

The Dating Cleanse-in 6 Steps

The Dating Cleanse-in 6 Steps
By Nakita Nicci Ladies, have you found yourself rarely holding out for the person you deserve? Instead, you enter some B.S. fabrication of a relationship based on potential, or you are just bored/lonely or worse – heartbroken over the last fu*k-boy?  Yeah, me too – we have all been there a time or two but... Read more »

African American Women and Bone Marrow Disease

African American Women and Bone Marrow Disease
  How many of us wake up each day fully healthy with no medical worries? If there are worries, wouldn’t you want someone to help if they could? In honor of women’s history month, we wanted to shed light on an illness that affects many, especially African American women. Bone marrow is considered the flexible... Read more »
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The Most Powerful Way to Connect to Someone

The Most Powerful Way to Connect to Someone
By Kym B. Listen and silent are spelled with the same letters the Instagram post read and it piqued my curiosity. To me, this was the perfect anagram. It really hit me how the two words ‘listen’ and ‘silent’ are so closely aligned; they are in precision. The power of listening, says author Rachel Naomi Remen,... Read more »

Cabryl Chats: LOGAN Film Review

Cabryl Chats: LOGAN Film Review
By Cabryl Breotti LOGAN is the final saga for Wolverine and his storied XMen history. Set in the year 2029, most of the mutant population is virtually nonexistent. Here you will find an exiled isolated and despondent Logan (Hugh Jackman) in a seedy motel close to the Mexican Border. During this period, Logan is caring... Read more »