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I’m On The Waiting List – Ashton Kutcher’s Giving Face-to-Face Career Advice for $5!

Ashton Kutcher’s offering face-to-face career advice to budding and struggling professionals for just $5 an hour, according to E! News. The “Two and a Half Men” actor recently created a profile on pop expert, a website that allows users to video chat with experts in just about every field, from yoga to tech. He goes … Continue reading

Why Are Celebrities Still Afraid Of Coming Out?

Nearly 45 years after the Stonewall Rebellion, gay is the new awesome. Chic and hip, gay culture has infiltrated nearly every aspect of entertainment, pop culture, politics, and daily life to the point where the Fred Phelpses of the world now endure ridicule and scorn that was once reserved for the gays they hate. Gay … Continue reading

Dangerous Lee Interviews Comedian – Kris Shaw

Dangerous Lee interviews Kris Shaw, a fan favorite who tours comedy clubs, colleges and events all across the United States and Canada. He has entertained troops in Iraq, Kuwait, Japan, Korea, Saudi Arabia and Africa. Kris also appears in national television commercials and had a recurring extra role on the CBS drama “Close To Home”. … Continue reading

Why Are More Women Learning Mixed Martial Arts?

These days, more and more people are learning mixed martial arts. It is one of the fastest-growing sports in America. So many folks from all walks of life, from elementary school children to senior citizens, are trying their hand at MMA these days, that the sport has gone from curiosity to the mainstream. People are … Continue reading

10 U.S. Cities Known For Their Fun And Exciting Nightlife

Whether you’re looking for a hot vacation destination or an exciting new city to call home, there are more than enough U.S. cities to appease your appetite for nightlife. New Orleans There’s no going in early when you party in New Orleans’ French Quarter. Music is pouring from every bar door, and you can’t help … Continue reading

National Poetry Month Spotlight: Jennifer Garcia – Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

POST TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER Panic, taken over my life Overwhelming, feelings of strife Stress, consumed my mind Trust, cannot find Triggers, uncalming Roadside bombings Around, explosions, gunfire Unsettled, dire Mortar guns, my specialty Acknowledgment, Sergeant that’s me The soldier, the proud, the few Impaired, askew Change, my life anew Sleepless, nightmares haunt Taliban, taunt Resentment, … Continue reading

Hotels Where Celebrities Hide

We each have a favorite celebrity, whether it be a movie star or a rock star. Wouldn’t you love to meet that celebrity in person? Well, you just might get that chance if you stay at one of these celebrity hide-a-ways. 1. Sunset Marquis & Villa This hotel in Los Angeles, California is known for … Continue reading

365 Days of Dangermas: Day 102 – Imitation of Life

Day 102 – April 12, 2013: Highlights of The Day My very talented cousin, Keosha, cut my hair today and when it’s long enough to braid she’s going to give me a sew in weave. I have only worn weave one other time in my life and I hates it, so hopefully this time will … Continue reading

Bisexual Men Who’ve Chosen Straight Relationships Can Struggle To Manage Urges

The lines of sexuality are blurred these days. “Heterosexual” and “homosexual” no longer cover all of the possibilities. Straight, gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, and, transgender are more commonly used, but who are we to say that one of these labels can be used to describe everyone? Several years ago, Oprah Winfrey had an episode of her … Continue reading

National Poetry Month Spotlight: Melody Scott – Sleep

Sleep Smooth warmth presses to my ear as I hear security in your pounding, beating heart. Fragility, reliability, a power plant in repose. You’ve gone away from me but left a reminder that you’ll return when your soaring is done. BIOGRAPHY Melody Scott was born in San Diego, California and raised in Riverside, California, a … Continue reading

Plastic Surgery Files: The 5 Most Requested Celebrity Butts

When it comes to style in Hollywood, some things come, some things go, and some things even come back again. For most style, the fashion cycle is just that, a cycle. But for every flavor of the month, there are always those classic looks that are truly timeless. At our core, we humans know what … Continue reading

When Did Target Commercials Get So Damn Sexy?

Cycle 6 America’s Next Top Model Winner, Dani Evans, is featured in the first commercial below and I love it because she’s a chocolate sista and lord knows we need more dark women on TV! The soundtrack is funky too; it makes me want to go to Target and break some stuff! Check it out!

6 of The Best Urban Films

If you enjoy a good, gritty and powerful urban film then these 6 movies are bound to both entertain and stay with you long after the closing credits. Urban films are rich in the culture of inner-city life and bring this kicking and screaming to our screens. Life in urban societies is portrayed in all … Continue reading

Hispanic Heritage Month Spotlight: Ricardo Antonio Perez

Ricardo Antonio Perez –  President and Founder RAPP watches What do you love most about being of Hispanic Heritage? I mostly love the diversity in our culture.  We are not one race, rather a culture with a combination of races from African, Indian, European, Asian and Middle Eastern decent with various dialects, histories, styles, beliefs, … Continue reading


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