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New York Trend NYC: July 28, 2016 - August 3, 2016
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New York Trend NYC: July 28, 2016 – August 3, 2016

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New Fragrances - Britney Spears & Jennifer Aniston!
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New Fragrances – Britney Spears & Jennifer Aniston!

Global award-winning icons, Britney Spears and Jennifer Aniston, have released two NEW fragrances that are must-haves for every woman’s vanity. If you’re looking for a sensual, sexy fragrance that is perfect for day or night, Private Show BRITNEY SPEARS™ is the scent for you. Private Show is a decadent gourmand with key notes of whipped […]

Movie Review: Lights Out
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Movie Review: Lights Out

After a string of successful films and redefining the horror genre not once but twice, James Wan has now decided to take the producer’s seat for a while to help the newest generation of horror directors make a name for themselves. His first protege is David F. Sandberg who begins his directorial career with the […]

Report: First Baby Born With Zika-Related Microcephaly in NYC
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Report: First Baby Born With Zika-Related Microcephaly in NYC

The Health Department has  reported the first baby delivered with Zika-related microcephaly at a hospital in New York City. The baby and mother are currently in care and being monitored by physicians. The baby’s mother was infected while in an area with ongoing Zika transmission. The baby has been diagnosed with microcephaly – or a smaller […]

New York Trend NYC: July 21, 2016 - July 27, 2016
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New York Trend NYC: July 21, 2016 – July 27, 2016

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Short Stories From An American in Cape Verde: Suicide and Mental Health In CV
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Short Stories From An American in Cape Verde: Suicide and Mental Health In CV

I have been in Cabo Verde for more than six years and have heard of more suicides and have known more people peripherally who have committed suicide than ever in my life. Maybe this is because it’s a small country. But there still seems to be a disproportionate amount of suicides in this island nation. […]

How Agnes Davis Came To Start "Swim swim swim I SAY"
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How Agnes Davis Came To Start “Swim swim swim I SAY”

This summer is the perfect time to teach your child to swim or to put them into swimming classes, especially if you are Black.  According to the latest stats a whopping 70 percent of Blacks Americans don’t swim. This can be dangerous. This is where Agnes Davis steps in. Her New York City-based company, swim […]

Meet Artist Mario Moore, Artist in Residence at Harlem School of the Arts
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Meet Artist Mario Moore, Artist in Residence at Harlem School of the Arts

He may be young, but Brooklyn, NY-based artist Mario Moore is already making major inroads in the art world. Moore is the current Artist in Residence at Harlem School of the Arts. Moore caught the art bug early in life. “I realized I wanted to be an artist at a very young age,” says the […]

Ayesha Curry at the Espy Awards
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Ayesha Curry at the Espy Awards

Ayesha Curry, wife of Warrior’s star Steph Curry looked red hot at the ESPY Awards wearing an oxblood hi-low signature petal gown featuring thousands of laser cut pailettes from THEIA’s Fall 2016 collection.

NBC-Sponsored Film to Compete in 5th Annual PBS Online Film Festival
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NBC-Sponsored Film to Compete in 5th Annual PBS Online Film Festival

National Black Programming Consortium (NBPC) has sponsored the narrative short film “Teachers” for the annual PBS online film festival. “Teachers” stars Tatyana Ali, Jordyn Barber and Eric De’Wayne, and is one of 25 films that are part of the fifth annual, Webby Award-nominated PBS Online Film Festival running through July 29. NBPC, the nation’s only […]