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Open Letter: A Dreadful Disappointment

Open Letter: A Dreadful Disappointment

    March 3, 2015   Dr. Sid Credle Hampton University Hampton, Virginia  23668   Sean Crane Executive Vice President Chief Operating Officer The Fresh Market 628 Green Valley Road Suite 500 Greensboro, NC 27408         Re:  Historically Professional Looks   Dear Messrs. Credle and Crane,   As an African American woman with very sensitive skin, […]

Bye Bye Baby

Bye Bye Baby

Last week I ugly-cried at the nail salon. You know the ugly-cry; face twisted up in a monstrous grimace, liquid pouring from nearly every orifice in your face, and choking like a wounded animal with its head in a trap. It’s the kind of sobbing that is almost sub-human and makes you feel like you’ll […]

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Weirder and Better: Vulnicura by Björk

Weirder and Better: Vulnicura by Björk

I am not a huge fan of Björk Guðmundsdóttir. But I own several of her albums including Vespertine and Homogenic(which I love!). The albums were thrust to my direction either as gifts from friends or personal purchase. But one thing remains: Bjork has a huge impact in my world. Her style is something understand and […]

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Trouble in “Wine Country”

Trouble in “Wine Country”

(Sebastopol, California)  Sonoma County, Northern California, used to be spoken of as part of the natural “Redwood Empire.” Then the bloated wine industry re-named it as the commercial “Wine Country.” A growing number of locals have had it with the expanding wine industry in both Sonoma County and the neighboring Napa County and are beginning […]

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Diana Krall Fans The Nostalgic Flames With (not so Jazz) Wallflower

Diana Krall Fans The Nostalgic Flames With (not so Jazz) Wallflower

Diana Krall celebrates the sound of peace and plenty in a new album. And it’s unapologetically  pop!  As a Diana Krall fan for many years, I keep track of her career and releases. Let’s Face the Music and Dance (When I Look in Your Eye )introduced me to her brand of jazz music. I admit it’s her […]

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Love as You Imagine

Love as You Imagine

    How come it’s never like you imagine? You imagine waterfalls and walks on the beach. You imagine milkshakes and banana splits, and then you get a suffering prickly bush.   How come when it rains the buckets opens up? You imagine singing and dancing with an umbrella. You imagine skipping around the puddles, […]

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Frenzy, Females, and Freedom of Expression, Part 3 of 3

Frenzy, Females, and Freedom of Expression, Part 3 of 3

  “Of all the religions in the world, perhaps the religion of liberty is the only faith capable of purity.” Tiffany Madison thebilzerianreport.com “The champions of Enlightenment ideals have a multifaceted challenge. First, they must recommit to these ideals and resume working for their implementation to the benefit of every member of society. Second, they […]

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Writer Julian Gallo Explores Creative Posterity, Doubts and Second Chances in New Novel Rhombus Denied

Writer Julian Gallo Explores Creative Posterity, Doubts and Second Chances in New Novel Rhombus Denied

  “All creative people, at some point in their lives, dream of stardom, fame, importance, what have you. Then you get on the path and pursue your dream and little by little the reality of what it actually is slowly begins to sink in – and it’s absolutely nothing like you imagined it to be. […]

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