Rest Dangerously: Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela AKA Madiba

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Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela 1918 – 2013 I knew that we shared the same birthday and that he referred to Detroit as “Motortown”, but I had no idea he was also known by the name; Madiba. If you are as clueless … Continue reading

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Detroit’s Very Own Jessica Care Moore: Black Tea and The Legend of Jesse James

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The Last Poets introduced me to who the world knows as Detroit, Michigan’s International living legend, Jessica Care Moore. And I can say I have been thankful and humbled by this lovely Queens’ energy, creativity and brilliance ever since. The … Continue reading

Top Story: Get Ready Detroit! Odd Hours “Khaleesi” EP and Video Release Event

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Khaleesi is the fourth release from Detroit post-punk band Odd Hours. It comprises the Khaleesi single, music video and remixes by artists like Tunde Olaniran, Eddie Logix, Lol-lo-Lohanz, and others. The EP with audio single, remixes and video are being … Continue reading

Cherisse Bradley: A Beautiful, Brilliant & Blessed Soul

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Cherisse Bradley is a Lady, I repeat a Lady whose grace, beauty, strength and resilience can be a lesson for us all. I Found My Voice A Tribute to Women in Jazz, Funk and Soul is a creation from the … Continue reading

Ways To Stay Actively Fit In Detroit, Michigan

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Maintaining a healthy lifestyle while living in a big city can seem challenging. The challenge often comes from a lack of information about the best places to get out and enjoy activities. When it comes to staying active, Detroit is … Continue reading

Flint’s Gay Pride In The Park Music Spotlight: Odd Hours

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Natasha and Tim of Odd Hours are some talented mofos (besides music). Tim is responsible for the photography of my book, Keep Your Panties Up and Your Skirt Down. Natasha is the director of Tunde Olaniran’s bad ass music video, … Continue reading

Flint Positive Spotlight: Tunde Olaniran Premieres New Music Video – The Second Transgression

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This is the second time in one week that Tunde Olaniran has been in the Flint Positive Spotlight! Tunde is not only a great artist, but he is my friend and movie buddy. I am so proud of him and … Continue reading

Flint Positive Spotlight: Author Rajah E. Smart Releases “Black Rain”

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Is Black Rain biographical?   No…Black Rain was developed from a real life incident in Detroit between two young professionals: one being a Black male and a White female. The story caught my attention because they were involved in a … Continue reading