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Now This is Gucci!


Typically, commercials are something that I hardly pay attention to, UNLESS they’re captivating. That seems to be the case with this Bamboo Confidential commercial by Gucci. All I can say is that whenever I see a Gucci label again, I’ll … Continue reading

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An Anji Ray Review: Fergie’s Wet N’ Wild Creme Eyeliner….FAB!


My first make-up review on Fergie’s new product line with Wet N’ Wild. This is my segue into purchasing further creme make-up products and I have to say that this is a must-have! Let me know your thoughts….AFTER, you try … Continue reading

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VaShawn Mitchell: His Blood Still Works


I love this reminder that I’m protected! I love Jesus!

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Spain Train Crash: Don’t Let the Sun Go Down….


May God bless the 78 people that lost their lives in yesterday’s tragedy. In the blink of an eye, a hybrid train derailed yesterday leaving many with more questions than answers. With the recent string of defective technology making sporadic … Continue reading

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Mamie Smith: Paradise In Harlem (1939)


Mamie Smith was the first African-American to make vocal blues recordings in 1920. Dubbed the “Queen of Blues” she became a sensation throughout many genres of the arts. Paradise in Harlem is a perfect example of how influential Shakespeare was … Continue reading

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Humphrey Bogart, In his last film appearance: The Harder They Fall (1956)


Cultural icon, Humphrey Bogart, gives us an undisputed excellent performance in his last feature film ever made. “The Harder They Fall” is a film noir that challenges the audience to question the lines of morality within the boxing industry. Just … Continue reading

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Paying Homage: Charlie Chaplin Stars in “The Champion” (1915)


Charlie Chaplin, an iconic screen figure from the earlier days of cinema, entertains  in this slapstick comedic bit from the 1900’s. “The Champion” gives us insight to an era that should always be esteemed and reflects one of America’s favorite … Continue reading

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