In his eulogy of George Floyd, Reverend Al Sharpton said it best. We, as Black Americans need the knees taking off of our necks by racists in America in every aspect of our lives, including the workplace. It made me think. So I am addressing the PR people, who have racistly made my life a living hell for the past 11 years as an Editor/Influencer. It has not been pretty and it needs to stop.Read More →
With the world approaching seven months of on and off lockdowns due to the continuing spread of Covid_19 and the holidays rapidly approaching, many of us are looking for fun ways to host soirees. This sponsored post offers some great ideas for memorable digital parties.Read More →
From Graceland to the Stax Museum to Al Green’s church, Memphis sounds like a perfect destination for a quick summer getaway packed with cool sites, great music, and good eats. It was an absolute delight to attend the Memphis Travel event last night. And they even brought some of Elvis’ prized possessions!Read More →
“Annabelle” meets “The Conjuring” meets “Ju-On”, The Doll series is good, scary fun from Indonesian director/producer Rocky Soraya. Centered around haunted dolls but with the added terror of accompanying demons, this horror film series delivers.Read More →
This week New Yorkers lost the one guiding light we had throughout this awful pandemic with the resignation of Governor Cuomo. Denied due process, I believe he was the victim of #MeToo weaponized. Here are my thoughts on this dreadful affair.
A fast-paced lifestyle, rich history, and endless flow of leisure activities are only the tip of the iceberg for what New York City has to offer. However, NYC does have a few intricacies to navigate when it comes to moving. If you find yourself thinking about or planning a move in New York City, here are 5 things you don’t want to overlook.
Since I got diagnosed with celiac disease in early June, I have basically lived on Sweetgreen salads. I am MAD for their Spicy Cashew Dressing and put it on all of their salads. Luckily, they just posted the recipe for this yummy concoction, so here it is!
Summer is the time to update your skincare routine. This year I am loving the new FIOR line to keep my skin healthy. Check the FIOR line out in this sponsored post and make sure to use the code POPDUST25 for 25% off your order.
In 1852, Frederick Douglass delivered one of his most riveting speeches “What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July?” In this Op-Ed, TGATP discusses he state of the union amidst the growing political and ideological divisions in the US in 2021.
Since this is the first 4th of July that I have to eat gluten-free, I am reviewing the best gluten-free foods and snacks and alcohol-free bevies to help others with the same dilemma.
That Girl At The Party is so happy that the Tribeca Film Fest is back after a one-year hiatus due to Covid_19. I am running the diary of events so you can keep up with all that happened this year! Here is Day Twelve.
For people with celiac disease or those of us trying to limit our gluten intake, the holidays can be fraught. Trying to find sweets and bakery goods without gluten that are also delicious can be extremely difficult. Enter Allie’s GF Goodies Homemade Gluten Free Goodness.
Canadian beauty brand, Fancy Face, founded by internationally renowned beauty expert Brittany Gray, announced today the launch of its first-ever matte red lipstick shade, “Give Love”, to mark the holiday season. Available as of 12 P.M. EST today, the eponymous beauty brand celebrates the made-in-Canada holiday lipstick with a one-for-one give-back partnership with Canadian national charity, HopeTotes.
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