#NationalCameraDay: Dealia Pooler 26, New Orleans

“Photography is exciting for me. It’s like that food that you don’t have in a while & once you get a taste it’s absolutely blissful! I love the challenge of finding beauty in something that might be overlooked by the regular eye. Even in some of the most terrible places. That’s why I feel like…

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#NationalCameraDay: D-Whit 24, Memphis

“Photography for me is making a moment last forever, making the average person look and feel amazing by using my creativity to tell a story through my camera lens. Whether it’s nature or humans -I like to get the most detail out of each shot.”          -D-Whit, age 24, Memphis Social Media:…

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Five Podcasts Creative Individuals Should Listen To

Whether you are a painter, musician or writer, creative block is an unavoidable battle that you will come across at least once in your life. When you feel stuck, tuning in to a podcast is a good way to get creative ideas flowing, and listening to professionals who do what you love, might help you…

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#NationalCameraDay: Kersey Caldwell 26, Virginia Beach

“Photography serves two purposes to me. First, as an escape when I’m doing landscapes or portraits -I’m in a world that I love, making decisions of how I want the world to see what I see when I’m alone in this world. Second, is the people I meet. I meet a wide range of personalities and I…

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New Summer Obessession- Asian Drama Tv

(The featured image was created on, “Adobe Spark Post” app.) We are halfway through the summer and some of us are bored watching TV all the time. In America, television shows have become predictable, repetitive, and dull. The melodramas are following similar plot lines, but with different tragedies. So, what is there left to watch?…

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Naturi Naughton & Joseph Sikora Talk ‘Power’ Season 5, Most Hated Characters + More on #TheBreakfastClub

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Jay Rock Announced “The Big Redemption ” Tour

According to Complex, Jay Rock will gear up this summer for a lengthy tour behind new Redemption album – the show will also feature rapper Reason. The Big Redemption Tour starts in Lawrence, Kansas on September 12 and finishes in Los Angeles on October 29. Tickets go on sale this Friday, June 29 at 10…

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Asprire To Premiere New Design Series “Unboxed With NIkki Chu”

The series is set to launch on the network Tuesday, July 10 ATLANTA – June 26, 2018 – Aspire (@tvASPiRE), the network that reflects, shares and celebrates the experiences of black culture and urban lifestyle, announced today that they will premiere Unboxed with Nikki Chu on Tuesday, July 10 at 8 p.m. ET. Each week,…

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YouTuber Molly Burke Constantly Smashes Stereotypes Concerning Disabilities

“Oh my gosh, I don’t know what I would do if I were blind,” is something I hear a lot after people find out I’m visually impaired. Then they’ll ask me a dumb question like “Why don’t you just wear glasses?” as if they’re suddenly an ophthalmologist. I understand it can be hard to comprehend…

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Rom-Com Makeup Looks!

(The featured image is from Google Images) Everyone loves a good romantic comedy. Well, at least some famous movies from the 1970s-1990s like, “Grease”, “Dirty Dancing”, “One Fine Day”, “You Got Mail” and so on. What if you had a makeup palette with your favorite rom-com characters on the packaging? Sola Look, an indie makeup…

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#Netflix Features 47 Black Creatives in the Recreation of “A Great Day in Harlem” Photo and Video

Yesterday Netflix released a photo and video that reimagines the iconic 1958 photo known as “A Great Day in Harlem.” The original featured 57 famous jazz musicians in front of a Harlem brownstone and was taken by Art Kane for Esquire magazine. Kane himself has been quoted as calling the photo “the greatest picture of…

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The Powerful Advantages of Remakes

Recently Disney released the teaser trailer for the 2019 production of “Dumbo” which had people everywhere reaching for a tissue box in anticipation. In recent years, Disney has produced remakes of many of its iconic movies such as “Cinderella,” “Beauty and the Beast” and “The Jungle Book,” and they plan on releasing more live action…

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Here’s a Quick List of the 2018 BET Awards Winners

The 2018 BET Awards went down in Los Angeles where Jamie Foxx-hosted the awards show and honored the biggest names in music, television, movies, and sports. The night featured performances from Nicki Minaj, Meek Mill, YG, Daniel Caesar, Jay Rock, YG, Miguel, Big Sean, and more! Here was last nights winnersL Best Female R&B / Pop Artist…

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Simmons Family Talk ‘Growing Up Hip-Hop’, Rumors, Relationships, Business Endeavors + More on #TheBreakfastClub

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Where Are They Now? Find Out What Happened to These 90s Artists

The 90s were a pinnacle point in time for the music industry. The 90s produced some of the most famous artists to date, including Britney Spears, Destiny’s Child, N*Sync, Mariah Carey, TLC, Green Day, Sublime, and more. There are always the big-name artists, but what about the smaller names, the one hit wonders, the ones…

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Four Things You Can Do to Help Prevent Suicide

The tragic deaths of fashion icon, Kate Spade and celebrity chef and host of “Parts Unknown,” Anthony Bourdain placed suicide and mental illness back into the spotlight. Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the United States, and each year, about 44,965 people commit suicide. The most common method used in a suicide…

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Phresher On Independent Music, Working With Eminem, Busta Rhymes + More on #TheBreakfastClub

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The War is Over?! | The End of the Console War Could Mean a Decrease to the Gaming Community

At the beginning of June, there is an event that takes place every year, E3. It brings together all the video game companies and developers, giving them a chance to flex on the gaming community and each other. This year before the start of E3 Ubisoft a triple-A game studio suggested that the next generation…

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#Watch Louis Vuitton’s Men’s 2019 Spring-Summer Collection by Virgil Abloh in Paris

Virgil Abloh, the man behind the Off-White debuted his first-ever collection as Louis Vuitton’s men’s artistic director. You can check out the Spring/Summer 2019 show here or at the label’s official website. After the even, Abloh spoke to WWD about his new role with the label and what the meant to him. “To me, this…

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