We have all gone to extremes or acted a fool for “the D” before. Don’t bother denying it. Somewhere in your past, or maybe even in your present, there has been a D you just couldn’t get enough of. One you would be willing to do anything for. Don’t bother lying in the comments, and don’t @ me on Twitter.
Exactly 20 years ago, on Feb. 11, 1997, singer Erykah Badu released Baduizm, an album the world didn’t know it needed. The R&B landscape at the time, full of pixie cuts and power ballads, emphasized polish, with divas like Whitney and Mariah, and R&B princesses like Brandy and Monica. In floats the ethereal Miss…
Upon my receipt of an email containing an invitation to a soul vegan dinner hosted by Erykah Badu that required the donning of a kimono, an immediate response came to mind: Of course Badu wants me to eat vegan food dressed like Kinu from A Different World.
President Barack Obama signed the Survivors Bill of Rights Act into law Friday, after it was passed by Congress on Wednesday night. The Senate passed the bill in May.
Despite going to graduate school in the discipline, my greatest education in philosophy happened at the barbershop.