The Tresses and the Tea: Everything We Learned at the 72nd Annual Bronner Brothers Hair Show

It’s hard describing what many of us know as the infamous Bronner Brothers Hair Show to those who have never attended. Twice a year in February and August, it goes down—almost always in Atlanta—and the summer show is by far the most popular. Since it started in 1947, a little bit of everybody has rolled through the…

‘Inclusive by All Means’: Meet Donae Burston, the Black Spirits Guru Who Launched His Own Luxury Rosé

“Sipping rosé” has new meaning now that Donae Burston owns the brand La Fête du Rosé. Loosely translated as “Rosé Party,” Burston’s spirit creation, not to be confused with the traveling event of the same name, is an inclusive affair that acknowledges what we all know: Black people drink rosé. Like, a lot—and bougie…

Artist of the Demolished Kaepernick Mural Clapped Back Hard on the Day of the NFL's Big Game

When a popular mural featuring Colin Kaepernick alongside a Wakanda-fied Muhammad Ali came crashing down the Friday before the Super Bowl in Atlanta, it didn’t go unnoticed. Or unanswered. The day of the Super Snooze Bowl, the clapback was epic as eight more Kaepernick murals went up, bringing the city’s total to nine…

Post-Trumpgate, Jemele Hill Continues to Raise Her Voice With LeBron James' Docuseries, Shut Up and Dribble, and The Atlantic

Jemele Hill knows about the intersection of politics and sports up close. As one of the faces of SC6, last year’s revamp of ESPN flagship SportsCenter with friend and colleague Michael A. Smith, Hill came under fire last September when she replied to a tweet from trolls that “Donald Trump is a white supremacist who…

Jemele Hill Is Still Out Here Spitting Truth About What’s Really Going On in America

I won’t lie—It didn’t sit well with me when ESPN sports personality Jemele Hill issued a statement saying she “deserved that suspension” following the social media backlash over her controversial tweets about President Donald Trump and Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones. I absolutely get that jobs are scarce and nice…

All About Eve: The Talk’s Newest Host Dishes on Her Evolving Style, Finding Love and Representing for Young Black Girls

When comedian-actress Aisha Tyler left The Talk last summer, who would’ve guessed that rapper Eve would replace her? While Eve reprised her role as Terri in Barbershop: The Next Cut in 2016, the last many of us heard from Eve, she was happily tucked away in London with her mogul husband, Maximillion Cooper.

Cory Booker Looked Poised for 2020 as He and San Juan, Puerto Rico, Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz Were Honored by the King Center in Atlanta  

Oprah Winfrey may rule out a 2020 run to end President Donald Trump’s reign of terror over this country, but Cory Booker might not. In Atlanta Saturday, the U.S. senator from New Jersey was a thunderous presence at the King Center’s annual Salute to Greatness Awards Gala, where he was the main honoree.

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