Do people still call Washington, D.C., Chocolate City? I’m asking for a friend and also because my people, my people, you guys showed up and showed out at our Very Smart Brothas and The Glow Up Boss Moves event on Thursday, July 19th—sponsored by Toyota—filling the Long View Gallery with beautiful boss blackness that…
A few months back, we took to the streets of Los Angeles to talk about being Urban by Nature. We gathered a few hundred Angelenos for a night of discussion, drinks and networking.
We love parties at The Root. Celebrating us as black people has become a feel-good embrace of self-love that stands up against the issues we face today. And when said party serves a greater purpose than clinking glasses and shaking (you knew where I was going), it becomes mandatory to attend.
In 1999, girl group 702 (which included my boo-in-my-head at the time, Kameelah Williams) released the song “Where My Girls At?” It is a great song from a great group from the ’90s that brings me much joy and happiness.
Lit. District Chapter #2: LOVE |Tuesday, March 1| Tap & Parlour
GRILLZ | I LOVE MY HBCU!
On this coming Friday, June 5th, Panama will be a guest (along with Alex Elle, and life coach Dr. Diane Kern) for The Krystal Glass Hour, a real time conversation about life, love, and libido in Washington, DC.
Last night, I was apart of a relationship panel in DC. It was the focal point of a larger event called The Loves Jones Cafe which featured some spoken word poets and a live performance from my boo and yours, Teedra Moses, to bring it to a close.