Art/Books/Culture

“Real Lives, Real Money” Is Your Guide to Wealth

Being a millennial, we are in the days of coming into our careers and building our future. Many of us are moving up in our jobs, are experiencing new income, and even more responsibilities especially when it comes to our finances. Continue reading

Learn How You Can Become The Top Recruit

High school student-athletes tend to have big dreams of going to college on sport scholarships and playing in professional leagues soon after. So often, these dreams are interrupted with reality and although the talent is there, many students and their families are not equipped with the tools needed to go to the next level. Anthony Harrison’s new book, The Top Recruit, hopes to be the guide that student athletes need to better reach their goals. Continue reading

Fashion Forward: Meye Chic Bow Ties

Not many women believe bow ties are a gender neutral fashion choice, but one trendy lady is doing her part to inspire women to step outside their fashion comfort zone with the debut of her line of bow ties.

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I’m Starting to think Macklemore Gets It…I Think

White rappers have long stood out in the realm of black music and oftentimes becoming more successful than the black artists in the genre who deserve more recognition. Macklemore, a highly successful white rapper, released a new song where he blatantly expresses white guilt and spreads the word of cultural appropriation.

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A Night at HMAAC Featuring the Kinsey Collection

The Houston Museum of African-American Culture were recently hosts to the Kinsey Collection, an exhibit that celebrates the achievements of African-American’s throughout the race’s entire history, and is product of the research from Bernard and Shirley Kinsey. The amazing exhibit features many documents, pictures, and artifacts that tell the complete story of Blacks and the African-Americans across the world. This exhibit teaches so much about our heritage and I left the exhibit enlightened and more knowledgeable about the contributions my people have made in this world. Continue reading

Dracula at the Alley Theatre

The story of Dracula has been told for ages, but not quite like this. Houston’s remarkable Alley Theatre presents the spooky story in a way that is sure to be with you forever. The set, immaculately designed by the renowned Edward Gorey, is breathtaking in all three acts and matches perfectly with the ghoulish tale. Set in Late 19th Century London, witnessing the demise of Dracula brought to you by an awesome cast is a spectacular way to prepare you for the Halloween season. Continue reading

Painting With A Twist

Looking for something to do for a fun date night? Or maybe even an unconventional girls night in? Well Painting With A Twist should be at the top of your list! Painting and sipping wine sounds like a bad combination, but you’re bound to make fun memories with this great activity. Continue reading