Supreme Queen is a community based street clothing line from San Francisco established March 2013 to promote positivity, unity, and self-worth amongst young women from urban communities. The line prides itself on their “in your face” content, controversial slogans, and styles of clothing that highlight the struggles and triumphs of
By: BJ Johnson By no means is this article meant to hurt, demean or disparage any aspiring comedian. It is here for you to not be delusional in your current choice to be a stand up comedian. I truly don’t believe you can “become” a comedian. I think you’re born one.
By: Alex Payton Storified politics for the overwhelmed soul, take in the lessons to ease all woes. These stories have names, maybe even your own, from which they came, many seeds sowed. Yet nevertheless, these parables must be told. Once upon a time in the land of Milk OR Honey
By: Whitney McArthur Calling All Artists… Our generation is one full of creativity. But our economic situations have not allowed us all to flourish in our artistries as quickly as we would like. The cost of living an adult life gets in the way. So no, we do not have the
By: Ronnishia Johnson “They want to say bye bye to the Bay view. The media used to hate us, now they pay per view. Picture that, no trivia to that, dress it up like gentrification is the new black. They see us when we fall, but they never want to
By: Queen Travers Meet Christin Montgomery. Christin is a 29 year old wife and mother, studying history at the University of Colorado, Denver. After receiving her degree, Christin is looking to further her education and receive an advanced degree in library and information sciences so that she can be an archivist
By: Desiree Sealey She’s baaaaaaack! And with more of a vengeance than busting windows out of your car. She, the musical force to be reckoned with, teases the roaring crowd from backstage with her opening song while her small, simple band accompanied by two back up singers set the scene
By: Kwame J.T. Ismail, Int’l correspondent Bob Marley is arguably the reason that the world at large is familiar with all things Jamaican. From his locs to his patois, to his wardrobe and music, his impact has truly been felt all over the globe. On a recent trip to Luxor, Egypt,