The Untold Stories of the Matriarch

The Untold Stories of the Matriarch

“Take one pint of water, add a half pound of sugar, the juice of eight lemons, the zest of half a lemon. Pour the water from one jug then into the other several times. Strain through a clean napkin. Grandmother, the alchemist, you spun gold out of this hard life,...
The Sisterhood: The Black Women’s Expo

The Sisterhood: The Black Women’s Expo

Sisterhood, often referenced as the place of kinship and familiarity among black women. Often seen in familiar glance exchanged across the room or even found in the hug with a familial embrace. This sisterhood is often mistaken and diminished by the character of women...
Continuing the Legacy: South Shore Brew

Continuing the Legacy: South Shore Brew

The neighborhood coffee shop is often thought to be a hub for local college students, rising entrepreneurs or even a place for community figures. A place to convene, develop and garner relationships. For some that can be the local Starbucks or bistro of choice. Some...
Unforgotten

Unforgotten

“ Not everything you go through is for you. You just may be the vessel to lead someone else to heal.” Dealing with a number of trials and tribulations that come with life can be off-putting and discouraging. Especially when the obstacles at hand seem too grand or out...
Loving Erotically

Loving Erotically

Loving relationships seem to be both non-existence or over complicated within today’s dating scene from poor communication to uncondensed baggage from past relationships. Healthy love – erotic love seems to be going extinct. Now when I say erotic love, I...
28 Quotes for Black History Month

28 Quotes for Black History Month

Happy Black History Month! Although we celebrating this month continue to celebrate your blackness and stay inspired through out the year! Below are some of my favorite quotes I hope they inspire your to share one of yours! “I am America. I am the part you...