Restored a frame of light that peaked out from the shadows.
Nothing but nets glide and sweep through the air.
Appearances seem like a misunderstanding to the few.
I see a soft yet timid snowflake on the ledge
peaceful & warm
until the wind blows
Happy Black Friday!
While most of you are out fighting crowds at the mall, we’re having a #FlashbackFriday moment.
Over the past 18 years, we’ve watched Friday too many times to count. By the umpteenth time Ice Cube appears in the opening scene of the movie, you begin to realize that this movie is educational on so many levels.
In honor of Black Friday and #FlashbackFriday, we decided to round up 25 life lessons you can learn from the movie Friday. From not getting high off your own supply, to standing up to bullies, the moral compass in Friday is quite upstanding.
There’s still been rumors surrounding the final installment of the comedic movie titled Last Friday. Back in 2012, Ice…
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Despite reservations from critics, Lauryn Hill’sThanksgiving concert at New York City’s Bowery Ballroom went off without a hitch.
The “Consumerism” femcee delivered a great concert featuring “ReVamped” versions of her classics like “Lost Ones.” Lauryn not only revamped the beat, the Letters From Exile rapper also added two new verses to her classic jam.
Lauryn is scheduled to make her next appearance at D.C.’s 9:30 on December 15 before hitting Boston, New Jersey, and two cities in upstate New York. To find out if Lauryn is coming to a city near you, click here.
Watch Lauryn’s ReVamped performance up top.
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Fans of the fashionable pair will be pleasantly surprised to see the power couple cuddled up and covering the latest issue of Vogue Paris looking their absolute best.
After 14 years of marriage, the couple is still smoldering as they talk of their ups, downs and triumphs with the magazine. Not only did the pair appear on the cover, but Victoria was also tapped to be the guest editor of the issue. Of her work, Vogue Paris Editor in Chief Emmanuelle Alt said:
“We handed over the running of this issue to a woman who, throughout our working together, has proved to be the exact opposite of her public image. She is spontaneous with a great sense of humour, humble yet at the same time driven by a healthy ambition. She is a perfectionist, like everyone who is passionate about their work.”
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