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Everyday in our newest Facebook Group, Blogging with DE, we host a specific theme thread for our readers, members and subscribers to take part in for more blog engagement or views daily. We have found by doing these threads daily, it keeps everyone informed on not only what is going on with each other’s blogs but… Continue reading Blog Post Monday while Blogging with DE
I recently had the opportunity to check out the new movie Searching. At first, I thought it was going to be a boring movie more so about technology and technological advances more than anything, something based on computers definitely. But after the first 30 minutes or so, I realized I had stumbled across a really great… Continue reading DeluxEdition – Searching
Image provided by Giphy When Love Kills: The Falicia Blakely Story original film debuted during 2017 on TV One. It’s about the true events that happened to teen mom turned murderer Falicia Blakely in Atlanta, Georgia back during the early 2000s. Under the influence, or what you would call “spell”, of her then boyfriend, Falicia… Continue reading DeluxEdition – When Love Kills: The Falicia Blakely Story
Trending News For March 2018 Luke Cage returns for season two this summer! Photography provided by Screengeek Read The untold story of Henrietta Lacks. Digital Illustration created by @K_DougDE Read Atlanta season two came with a bang! Read Marvel’s Black Panther created history for Black History month! Read Looking for a at home job position… Continue reading DeluxEdition Trending News
Photography provided by Giphy The Sinner touches a lot on Mental Health with a suspenseful and drama approach. Starring Jessica Biel, The Sinner is about a young woman who is a wife and mother, struggling to cope with PTSD and severe depression. Her disorders came from a childhood of traumatic experiences. This is a really… Continue reading DeluxEdition – The Sinner
Photography provided by BET BET’s newest television series produced and directed by Irv Gotti is the most underrated shows on television right now in my opinion. I first came across this series while listening to music on my Tidal app one day. It just so happened to scroll across my feed as I opened the… Continue reading DeluxEdition – ‘Tales’ by Irv Gotti
Photography Provided By The Verge This new fantasy, action packed movie stars award winning actor Will Smith as Daryl Ward, a LAPD police officer, along with actor Joel Edgerton as Jakoby a LAPD police officer as well. Daryl and Jakoby are partners who handle mainly street crimes like robberies and that sort of thing throughout… Continue reading DeluxEdition: New Controversial Movie ‘Bright’ Starring Will Smith
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Photography provided by @K_DougDE One of my favorite movies of all time is a classic film by the name of Belly. The visuals of this film itself are what first caught my attention when I first watched it during my senior year of high school. From the beginning intro where rappers Nas and DMX are… Continue reading ‘Keisha’ Acrylic Painting
Last weekend, I had the opportunity to view the new documentary film LA92 at Studio Movie & Grill in Charlotte, North Carolina through Harvey B. Gantt Center for African American Arts and Culture. This is the same upcoming film that will be airing on the National Geographic Channel today at 9pm/8pm c. Me, being born in 1991,… Continue reading LA92
Today is the day! #The100DayProject begins today! We originally planned to just tackle Music Blocks of course while combining ArTherapy, but we received so many different painting requests and ideas everyone wanted to see done we figured why not throw a couple canvas pieces in as well. No one could ever have too much art… Continue reading Art April [Day 4]