by Mike Roew via laist.com When the Metro’s new Crenshaw/LAX line opens in summer 2020, riders will travel through a…
A loooooooot of construction was going down on Crenshaw when I visited my hometown in November 2017. I am excited to see the outcome of this project, but I can bet that Crenshaw will be
completely gentrified much different by the time this project is complete. Yay for Black Art though! I love the concept and I’ll have to plan another trip to see it in the flesh.
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This time of year, I spy many posts reminding people to check on their strong friend. I don’t really like this prompt for three reasons: 1. If we truly are friends, shouldn’t you be checking for me throughout the year, not just the holiday season? 2. Why do we have a strong friend? Even if […]
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I’m a strong believer that great things live on the other side of fear and comfort. ❤
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And you can change your mind at any time. ❤
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Including you, Black Girl. There are many days when the world doesn’t allow us to be, but I cherish the ones when we can return to our instincts, to freely exude our natural femininity and let others bask in it. Imagine more days like that ❤ I do not own the rights to these images; no […]
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Ok, so part two, the meat of my trip! I forgot to tell y’all that the event was held at Nubian Hueman so you know I was hype! I also spent all my coins. Happily. As I mentioned, Lisa Marie dropped all her gems that fateful night in October. Like, everything resonated with […]
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