Protect Your Light: Going Into 2022

“Though she be but little, she is fierce.” ~ A gifted keychain from my first supervisor in film. Sometimes I wonder, or fear, I’ve been hiding myself from the world out of potential pain. I’ve endured an unnecessary amount of pain within this year that will soon close — suffering. I was suffering, silently.

2010 Sounds In The 2020s

Doja Cat relaunches pop-rap, Tyler, The Creator is rapping again, Marina without The Diamonds is back, and a new season of summer for music is here. Many artists have begun to lay musical claim for the hottest time of the year. The country is slowly opening back up from a year of shut-down and new…

Ownership: More Than Body Positivity

Chloe Bailey has made waves on Instagram all year since her and sister, Halle, created individual social media accounts. She has publicly taken claim over her body and owns it through an essence of seductive photography, dancing, and fashion sense. Chloe revealed hardships she faced in the past with accepting her body and self as…

Bianca Interviews MOLO x Josh Buron

I had the pleasure to connect with the multi-hyphenate artist, Josh Buron. He originates from Miami, Florida but his heritage resides in Haiti. Aside from the multimedia works of art, we discuss the inspiration behind his movement, realizing social injustice later in life, and overcoming fear as a creative to be everything but perfect.

Release the Idea of Cancel Culture and Evolve

Earlier this year, comedic twins, the Lucas Bros. stopped by The Breakfast Club to promote Judas and the Black Messiah. While on-air, iconic radio host, Charlamagne Tha God, questioned the two on cancel culture. The brothers had a great take:

Let’s Debate: NAO Has The Greatest NPR Tiny Desk

The vocally gifted East Londoner, NAO, debuted in concert on NPR’s Tiny Desk over two years ago. Many artists have went to perform on the platform yet her performance continues to stand-out amongst the rest. The most obvious reason is her unique voice. But here are a few more factors:

Foods That Fuel & Fill You

Sometimes a meal doesn’t satisfy our hunger enough. It could lack protein, fiber, or fat. According to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, these are the nutrients necessary for a meal to fuel your energy. We compiled a list of filling foods that can be eaten solo or with another dish that will…


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