by Kia Chenelle
I’m still trying to find someday on the calendar. Its not a day of the week and its not a month so saying you will complete your goals “someday” is clearly not an option. I was once an abuser of someday. The day used to describe when I would begin to live my life. Well guess what, someday is today.
Change is inevitable. Life will continue to move and the universe will continue to align things in order [...]
by Kia Chenelle
Architecture is one of the greatest forms of art. Think about the buildings you visit everyday, the sky scrapers that catch your eye and the bridges you drive across. All beautifulworks art that was formed in someones mind then laid brick by brick and wire by wire for our everyday use. I decided to list some of the worlds most amazing architectures, bridges!
Millau Bridge, Tarn Valley
Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco
Oresund Bridge, Oresund Strait
It’s a popular belief that slavery, migration and destruction has caused a scattering of the things that our ancestors once held so precious. Because of these very things, many Black Americans have no idea of their history and culture. That’s why people like Shantrelle P. Lewis are relevant and heaven sent. Raised in New Orleans, Ms. Lewis has demonstrated a commitment to researching, documenting and preserving the African Diaspora’s culture. A graduate of Howard University, Shantrelle chose to take her [...]
Sitting in front of a quaint little deli in Chelsea, I look up and notice a familiar face. Though we never formerly met before this rare occasion, I felt like I knew her well. This may have something to do with a little thing called social networking and the entire blogosphere. Samantha Smikle, better known as O.M.O Writes, was standing in front of me.
Samantha, known by most as a blogger, is also known for a very interesting accessories line [...]
When I was first introduced to computers the screen was black, the words were green and the only game I could play was Tortoise and the Hare. You can pretty much figure out who won every time. The PC was huge and the screen sat on top. This was the computer that was in my home and school. As I’ve gotten older I am now starting to realize that I grew up in the technology era. I was in the [...]