African Shower

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Curves Rock Fashion Weekend Model Call at Ashley Stewart #RVA
How to Rock Your Curves and Slay Like Beyonce

It’s an exciting experience to see your fellow curvaceous beauties line up to audition for a fashion show dedicated to celebrating the uniqueness that is plus size fashion. At least, that’s how I felt when I attended the Curves Rock Fashion Weekend Model Call at...

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25 Powerful Reasons to Improve Your Knowledge by KRS-ONE
25 Powerful Reasons to Improve Your Knowledge by KRS-ONE

KRS-One warned us that the conversation he wanted to have, was intended to be an 8 hour discussion. However, he jokingly promised that he would condense it to 5 hours. As the audience laughed, you could hear people yell out “take your time”, as he prepared to drop knowledge and information on the entire crowd.

We were ready. Hungry to be intellectually fed and moved in some way. Spirits and souls heated up on this cold January evening, as legendary hip hop artist KRS-One, also known as “Teacha” graced the stage of Virginia State University for a free public lecture event.

5 Reasons to Love Fashion Night Out in #RVA
5 Reasons to Love Fashion Night Out in #RVA

On December 4th, 2015 I attended the 2nd annual Fashion Night Out (also marketed as the F.A.B 360 Fashion Affair) at the Ward Center for Contemporary Arts (http://thewardcenter.com/) in Petersburg, Virginia. This event curated by a creative group of individuals known as the F.A.B. 360...

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Flawesome Academy November 2014 – The Gift of A Testimony & Loving the Real You

I totally appreciate everyone that came out to this past weekend’s Flawesome Academy Workshop at Dogtown Dance Theatre in Richmond, Virginia. This event is dedicated to motivating and inspiring the community through artist, speakers, and entrepreneurs in the local area. It is our social responsibility to sow seeds into our community, educating and empowering others to not only love themselves, but to overcome some of the same obstacles and pitfalls that we may have experienced. It is through our challenges and trials that we can even be qualified to be mentors, motivators, and inspirational role models to others.

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