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St. Louis Mixxer Exchange A Make-up Success

St. Louis Mixxer Exchange was a make-up success in St. Louis, June 14th at the Regional Arts Commission June 14th. The expo and networking affair was designed for make-up artists, fashion designer. Attendees poured in to see the latest trends in hair, fashion and make-up and to get information to help them with their careers. […]

Brenda Lenard From The Projects To The U.S. Senate Race

Brenda Lenard is a U.S. Senatorial candidate from Sweetwater, Tennessee who grew up in the projects and may become the first African-American and first female U.S. Senator to come out of Tennessee if she wins the election. She is up against republican incumbent, Senator Lamar Alexander. Lenard’s story begins in St. Louis, Missouri. Born in the late sixties, Lenard and her […]

Roland Martin Keeps The African American Community Informed With News One Now

TV One’s Roland Martin, host of NewsOne Now, keeps the African American community informed on multiple media platforms with news by and for African Americans. The former CNN correspondent, syndicated columnist, and author was awarded the 2008 President’s award from the National Association of Black Journalists for his coverage of the historic 2008 presidential election. […]

Take 6 Speaks About Life In The Music Business

Grammy and Dove Award winning acapella gospel jazz group, Take 6 has been performing professionally for over 25 years. In this up close and personal backstage interview in St. Louis, Missouri with Family Entertainment Writer, Lin. Woods, Take 6 members Mark Kibble and David Thomas speak about their life in the music business. Kibble and […]

The St. Louis African Arts Festival 2014 – A Success Despite The Pouring Rain

Rain didn’t stop crowds from pouring in to the 23rd Annual St. Louis African Arts Festival Memorial Day, May 26th at the Worlds’ Fair Pavilion in Forest Park. The arts, educational and cultural event was a virtual marketplace and entertainment hot spot for African foods from the African diaspora, colorful clothing, arts and crafts, health […]

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