GRAMMY HIGHLIGHTS: JAMAICA & AFRICA

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At the 58th Grammy awards, first-time nominee Jamaica’s Morgan Heritage won the Best Reggae Album with their “Strickly Roots”. The album had topped the Billboard Reggae Album Chart when it was released last April. Jah Cure’s “The Cure”, Barrington Levy’s “Acousticalevy”, Luciano’s “Zion Awake”, and Rocky Dawuni’s “Branches of The Same Tree” were also vying

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STYLE REPORT – with Miss Mahogany

Ultimate SpringStyle 2016: Easy, Simple & Super Cool Spring will be here before you know it and there’s something incredibly satisfying about spring cleaning, specifically spring closet cleaning. Instead of dusting and vacuuming, I am usually purging the clothes that I haven’t worn for a minute and the feel-bad pieces that were never quite right

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Color Therapy

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Fatu appears with a royal blue and gun smoke metal fringe necklace, fashion over-sized solitaire cocktail ring and crystal bracelet all by Miss Mahogany Boutique. The color BLUE makes us calm and will give deep inner peace and insight. BLUE creates the open space for clear communication so wear it when making a presentation or when you are planning to say something important.

Accessories Obsession

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It’s summer, which means it’s time to step up your accessories game and experiment with bold chunky jewelry, bright bags, and stylish shoes. Here are some of my top picks that will carry you through to Fall.

POETRY AND PROSE

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My name is Rayna Weddington. I am 22 years old. I was born and raised in West Philadelphia. I attended and graduated from Central High School, and then from there went straight into college which I regret. I would have loved to take some time off before jumping into debt. Nevertheless I attended Rosemont College for almost 4 years before deciding to take some time off from school.

POETRY AND PROSE

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I wanted to browse in TriBeCa bookshops, drink decaf soy latte (with cinnamon).

You wanted to window shop in 5th Avenue for things neither of us could afford.

I said, “Let’s visit the African Burial Ground and the Schaumburg Center.”