Raise your hand if it’s a struggle to eat your daily recommended among of vegetables. You can see my hand, but I’m raising it. While I grow my own vegetables, eating the same stuff over and over get boring. With an excess of zucchini, kale, eggplant and basil, I worked on a recipe that couldRead More…
This is what you missed! Make sure it doesn’t happen again, because we’re coming to a city near you.
Okay ladies, buckle up!
Not to be a jerk or anything, but do you notice that the fatso states tend to vote Republican, who chiefly opposed Obama’s health care bill?
Summer should be the most care free time of the year. However; for some, caring for your hair in the summer is a nightmare. Using these few tips will help you make it through the summer like the Diva you are!
As the entire United States dries up under the last Hades-inspired most of summer, we may all die of thirst, but at least my hair will be fabulous.
First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.
You have GOT to take a read of this! BB&W Crew gal, Dani, did a six-month dating experiment to gauge rainbeau interest in black women with some surprising results.
When it becomes too boring for a comic to bring it up, that’s progress.
Time to throw our support behind a beautiful and talented black woman who carries our message of love beyond racial borders.
Le le le le sigh. I really wanted to like this show, because when OG Dallas was in it’s heyday, I’d be plastered next to the television patiently awaiting what outrage J.R. Ewing would wrought, and oo-ing and ah-ing over Pam, but not Sue Ellen, because she was a drunk, bitter biotch. Bobby was hot and a good guy. Never mind that if placed 150 years in the past, the Ewings might have owned my people–I liked it anyway. It just took a bit more suspension of reality when you’re a slave descendant who traces their roots to–you guessed it–Dallas, or at least within a 20-mile vicinity.
“Dates with God??”
Is that what we’re telling single black women to do now?
Not gonna lie–this stuff is pricy. But it’ll be the best gift you give your skin. Trust me on this.
For those of you who are curious about what the heck we talk about during our events…check it out.
On the national stage, black women must “represent,” not with hair, but with a gracious and refined attitude, ESPECIALLY when it sucks.
These events, ya’ll–I don’t mean to make you jelly or anything, but they continue to be amazing. Even in 98-degree heat (well, at least it’s a dry heat) nearly 50 people showed up to our “Swirling” book signing at Europa Village in sun-shiny Temecula. I was slightly annoyed with the folks that RSVP’d five minutes before the event, but I was able to forgive it, since we nearly sold out of all the books we brought. We had so much dang fun, people keep asking, “When’s the next one??!”
There is something quite sexy about a feminine woman dressed in menswear. Thanks to Coco Chanel, this trend has been a mainstay since the 1920s when Coco was seen dressed in her boyfriend’s clothes.
Meet Niala, BB&W newest international roving reporter.
BB&W Crew guy, Don Rice is working on a novel called, “Child Protection: A Novel of Deception” is a fictional drama/suspense tale of an investigation into corruption taking place within child protection agencies. He’s still working on it, but wanted to tear a few sample pages out for us to take a read. He starts us at Chapter 3.
The numbers of biracial children are increasing, and we’re front and center in making that happen.