DangerousLee.Biz Annual Report Reveals 3 Million Views in 2013!


The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The Louvre Museum has 8.5 million visitors per year. This blog was viewed about 3,000,000 times in 2013. If it were an exhibit at … Continue reading

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Pharrell, And Why ‘Can’t’ Is Corney


It sounded like good suits and brown skin and red heels on New Year’s Eve in Harlem. It sounded like an afro-punk house party replete with aquamarine twist outs, magenta dreads and skin decorated with tattoos. It sounded like champagne … Continue reading

5 Fashion Shows To See Before You Die

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Fashion, despite its reputation, may not be as frivolous as you might think – but it’s certainly as fun. There’s nothing quite like a fashion show: the chance to marvel at the world’s leading designer’s latest creations showcased before your … Continue reading

“Behind The Mask” – An Open Letter And Essay To Paris Jackson


Dear Paris, I have spent the last few days trying to numb myself to the sad news of your extreme distress and your attempt to leave us. See, for those of us who love you for the beautiful young lady … Continue reading

Top Story – Cash Money Records Ignorantly Signs Paris Hilton


Apparently Little Wayne and the rest of the folks over at Cash Money Records didn’t know that Paris Hilton doesn’t like Black people because she just got signed to the hip hop label. I think it’s more like they don’t … Continue reading

Get The Hell Outta America! 3 Places To Live In Europe

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There are many beautiful cities throughout the whole of Europe and deciding which of those would be best in which to live and work is no easy task. However, after careful consideration and research, it is no surprise to find … Continue reading

Top 5 Five Romantic Gestures For Him and Her


In a relationship? Every now and then, all you need are sweet romantic gestures to let your partner know there’s still a lot of love floating in the air. After all, a successful relationship doesn’t need expensive shows of affection … Continue reading

The World’s Best Cities For Art Lovers


For many people escaping to another city isn’t just about getting some much needed chill out time or indulging in a change of scenery, it can be an opportunity to immerse yourself in a whole new culture.  In particular, a … Continue reading

Fame: The First Black Perfume


Author: Myeliza Citra   Lady Gaga’s first perfume ‘Fame’ is perfect for the fall and winter season. This is first ever black perfume, which sprays clear and immediately becomes invisible once airborne. It involves a unique push-pull technology structure that … Continue reading

Happy 54th Birthday Michael Jackson!


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This Week In Art History


A little art history glimpse, this week…

Thanks to an article @ Park West Gallery, I have discovered that this week (August 10), is the anniversary of two significant historical events.

This Week In History

The Louvre (pronounced “luvʁ” according to Wikipedia), and located in Paris, France, opened August 10, 1793. The Louvre is a beautiful complex dating back to the 12th century, used as a palace, and growing in grandeur over time. It had different “owners” in the royal family, who commissioned improvements, creating the palatial beauty that we experience today.

This Week In History

The Smithsonian opened this week, in 1846, after President Polk signed the Act of Congress. According to their web site, The Smithsonian is the “largest museum and research complex” in the world. It is named after its benefactor, James Smithson.

There is so much more to both of these establishments, then these brief descriptions. You can find out more by following the links, above. Of course, the aid of Google can also assist you history buffs in quenching the art history thirst.

Deborah E