My beautiful sisters of all nationalities, cultures and religions. We are here for a purpose, not just in this movement entitled Hip Hop but on earth. One of our many purposes is to heal. Heal the heart, heal the wounded and heal the union of relationships. Let's do our part to HEAL the world! Say a kind word to another, give a hug to someone who is hurting, spread an encouraging word to someone who is down and out and hasn't realized their power.
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(Clockwise from top: Actresses, Gabourey "Gabby" Sidbe, Sherri Shepherd, Paula Patton and Mo'Nique)The drama behind Push: Based on The Novel by Sapphire is almost as intense as the story that scored the film a record three 2009 Sundance Awards (a feat matched only by 2006's Mexican-American drama, Quinceanera this decade). Film giants, Lionsgate and The Weinstein Company are currently engaged in
Art Tart: Art you can sink your teeth in.We can't get enough of Brazilian artist, Ananda Nahu's work. A dynamic female voice in the explosive street art scene of Brazil, Nahu's stencil pieces are so rich in color, culture and beauty they bring invaluable wealth to the neighborhoods they were inspired by. This past week has brought us so many pretty pictures, our retinas are hitting backflips...
Gloria Jones never reached the solo success of contemporaries Gladys Knight, Aretha Franklin and Tina Turner but she ripped through songs like "Heartbeat" with a throaty vigor, that was one part gospel and another part pure unadulterated soul. Her two landmark musical achievements were the NBA equivalent of an "alley-oop:" She co-wrote Gladys Knight and The Pips' Grammy-nominated, "If I Were Your