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Ebook: Hustle Guide – Lifestyles of the Authentic and Creative

Over the last four years as a lifestyle blogger for my blog, “Lifestyles of the Authentic & Creative,” I have been blessed with the opportunity to interview all kinds of creative entrepreneurs such as film makers, musicians, interior designers, fashion designers, and many more. My questions to them all have been identical: “HOW HAVE YOU … Continue reading

13 Questions with Dangerous Lee for WorkYourArt.com

Hello there! What’s your name and where do you live? Leigh “Dangerous Lee” Langston and I live in Burton, MI. It’s a small town outside of Flint. What do you create? Are you currently selling (and if so, where can we find it)? I am an author that has self published two books. One is … Continue reading

Whom is a dirty word.

Over the last 200 years, the pronoun whom has been on a steady decline. Despite its waning use in speech and ongoing speculation about its imminent extinction, whom still holds a spot in the English language, particularly in formal writing. Understanding when and how to use this embattled pronoun can set your writing apart. Whom … Continue reading

Top Story: Here’s What Tattoos Look Like on Aging Skin

With more and more of the general population getting tattooed, there’s always the thought of how body art will look as people age. This question is answered through photographs of senior citizens who’ve partially stripped down and show us how their tattoos are faring in their twilight years. Some of the ink quality is better … Continue reading

Top Story: Naomi Campbell Posing Next to a Tool

Filed Under: How to pose with a tool. WERK!  

Research Finds the Obvious – Most Artists Who Make A Living From Their Work Are White

Duh! and No shit! were the first thoughts that came to mind when I saw this article heading. This really isn’t shocking or surprising. The research revealed interesting numbers, I suppose, but it really just makes me more depressed. A study compiled by data gurus BFAMFAPhD reaffirms what many, many, many critics have postulated — … Continue reading

Dangerous Lee Interviews a Rare Breed – A Female Game Designer

Myra Hissami is no stranger to the Dangerous Lee Network. She has been featured before – Myra Hissami – Creating Original Art With Swarovski Crystals & Gore. Myra has since stepped up her game and is taking on a new field that not many women have tackled before her, Game Design. Read more to find … Continue reading

Love Poetry? We’ve Got Lots of It!

April is National Poetry Month. Check out featured poems by myself and others in the National Poetry Month section. Enjoy and please leave comments and feedback!

Facebook Turns 10 and Gives Users “A Look Back” Film

I love it! Thanks, Facebook! Click image to view our film and get your own! Post by Lei Langston.

How Alex Steinweiss Revolutionized Album Cover Art

Albums in their early days were stored out of sight in plain brown wrapping. Buyers needed to know what they were looking for and ask for the album by its title. All of this was changed by one man. In 1938 music creative packaging was revolutionized when Alex Steinweiss, a 23-year old man, was appointed … Continue reading

Dangerous Lee Bitstrip of the Day: Stop Supporting TMZ!

I created this Bitstrip to make a point about how so many of you are hypnotized by online media outlets like Bossip and TMZ and fail to support independent media in the same way. Low and behold, a day after I created it, TMZ posted a story with a poll asking if Black people should … Continue reading

The Dangerous Lee Bitstrip of the Day: The Tooth Fairy Owes Me One

Creative Or Crazy? 7 Ways to “Spruce Up” Your Vagina

You’ve tried shaving. You’ve groomed and kept it clean. But you’re still not quite satisfied with the aesthetic down there. What’s a girl to do to go that extra step in showing some love to the lady parts? Maybe you’re just curious. Maybe you or your partner want to try something new. Or maybe seriously … Continue reading

7 Things You Didn’t Know About Creativity

Creativity plays an important role in both our personal lives and our careers. It can provide a valuable release to those who take up writing or art as a hobby, enhance your social life by providing you with the ability to interact well with other people and it can make you indispensable within a company … Continue reading

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