Have You Seen the Adorable “Annie” Trailer Starring the Amazing Quvenzhané Wallis? Yes; Little Black Girls are Worth Saving.
March 7, 2014 Filed Under: Entertainment
"Annie" was one of my most-loved movies of all time. I introduced my children to it and it's a pleasure we share together. I must admit I wasn't sure what to expect from Quvenzhané Wallis taking over the role as Annie, but from the looks of it, she's fit in just fine. There's a few … Read More...
Soooo Good Marinara and Meatballs The rich flavors in this simple, yet delicious, pasta sauce meld together as it simmers. Serve over your choice of pasta. You can also use these in meat ball subs, with provolone cheese. These are also excellent for lunch. Prep Time: 25 mins Total Time: 1 hr. 25 mins […]
So I’m on one of my favorite guilty-pleasure blogs, Sandra Rose, when I read that once again, Kanye West displays the intelligence of a dead donkey with his latest tantrum, pouting about why “his girl” Kim Kardashian was snubbed for the cover of Vogue in favor of Michelle Obama. Now normally I could care less […]
This just in! Bronx born Kerry Washington and new husband, Nnamdi Asomugha, are currently expecting their first child. The internet is about to explode!! The secret is out! “Scandal” star Kerry Washington is reportedly expecting her first child with NFL player husband Nnamdi Asomugha, according to Us Weekly. “She’s about four months along,” a friend of the […]
Being Discerning This is sort of a rambling post. I just read an excellent article on Psychology Today called “Don’t be Judgemental, Be Discerning“. I have always thought of myself as being a discerning person, not judgemental like some of you want to believe. Please read the article (if you dismiss Psychology Today as worthless […]
Whether you’re hair is natural or not, protective styles are all the rage. Protective styles are popular for helping you to grow out your hair. The truth is these styles protects the ends of your hair from environmental damage, such as the cotton in your clothes. To achieve those long luscious locks you desire, you […]
This is part two of a conversation inspired by an email I received from one of our dear readers. My intention as a writer is to bring light to the shadows of shame and repression that may Black females live though. The conversation has now moved into the space of where a Black female finds […]
What I’m wearing: Laura Mercier, “Antique Pink” I love the smoothness in which this lipstick goes on, and is ultra moisturizing. I think women tend to be creatures of habit when it comes to fashion and makeup, so I almost didn’t get this one. If not for asking the large, gay male Sephora associate to […]
If only we all had the time to make ourselves look like the hottest celeb on TV, but that isn’t realistic. I’m here to help those of us who only have a few minutes, and want to look beautiful. This quick hair and makeup look is great for hanging out or even going on a […]
Before I show the excerpt of this woman’s formal statement, I need to make myself clear so as to stave off the fire-breathing ass weasels who will come in here claiming I’m “dissing the bruthas.” This is a lesson on vetting. In a society led by the patriarchs, a woman of high station marrying a […]
There’s very few letters I get that move me to immediate action, but this one did. Once you read it you’ll understand why. I bolded the moral of this letter because I want you to sear it into your psyche, ladies. The writer has inspired me to do MORE in educating this audience about how […]
“Mrs. Powell was always a lady of grace, elegance and style, and we did our best to emulate her. Every asset of my personality has been by her influence. Even to the end, she was making sure that I was standing with posture and exuberant grace.” ” -Martha Reeves “She taught us all — men […]