Month: January 2007 (Page 1 of 7)

You Should See: The Love Between Artists


The Love Between Artists
Feb. 1, 2007 @ Niagra Bar
112 Ave. A @ 7th ST. 9PM-2AM
21+

You Should See: The Love Between Artists


The Love Between Artists
Feb. 1, 2007 @ Niagra Bar
112 Ave. A @ 7th ST. 9PM-2AM
21+

Sleeping With The Enemy


I couldn’t ignore this rumor that has been running rampant across the air and web-waves. Sources say that First Lady Laura Bush has temporarily left the White House for hotel digs in D.C. This, sparked by a feud between the couple of a sexual affair involving the President and Secretary of State, Condelezza Rice.
Read More.
Tatiana

Sleeping With The Enemy


I couldn’t ignore this rumor that has been running rampant across the air and web-waves. Sources say that First Lady Laura Bush has temporarily left the White House for hotel digs in D.C. This, sparked by a feud between the couple of a sexual affair involving the President and Secretary of State, Condelezza Rice.
Read More.
Tatiana

The New Fabulosity

I’m not a big fan of the sucked in-pouty, anorexic look of Victoria Beckham. But Vicky is definitely honing in on Kimora Lee Simmons’ Fabulosity. I definately want to check this one out-if only for a few minutes in Barnes & Noble.
An exerpt:
‘I’ve always been a girls’ girl. And I know from experience that making the very best of yourself is something any woman can do. I was never the six-foot-tall pin-up. I’ve always been the girl-next-door who got lucky. I’ve come a long way in the last ten years, but this book isn’t my attempt to tell you what or what not to do. It’s just to share some of what I’ve learned.’
Tatiana

The New Fabulosity

I’m not a big fan of the sucked in-pouty, anorexic look of Victoria Beckham. But Vicky is definitely honing in on Kimora Lee Simmons’ Fabulosity. I definately want to check this one out-if only for a few minutes in Barnes & Noble.
An exerpt:
‘I’ve always been a girls’ girl. And I know from experience that making the very best of yourself is something any woman can do. I was never the six-foot-tall pin-up. I’ve always been the girl-next-door who got lucky. I’ve come a long way in the last ten years, but this book isn’t my attempt to tell you what or what not to do. It’s just to share some of what I’ve learned.’
Tatiana

You Should See: Amadou Diallo Screening


The Amadou Diallo Foundation, Inc.
commemorates the Anniversary of Amadou’s Death with a special
screening of the award-winning documentary film

DEATH OF TWO SONS

* * *

Madame Kadiatou Diallo and Former NYC Mayor David Dinkins to Host Screening in honor of the 8th anniversary Of the fatal NYPD shooting of Amadou Diallo, Madame Kadiatou Diallo and The Honorable David Dinkins will host a special screening of the award-winning documentary film Death of Two Sons, on Friday, February 2, 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. at The Riverside Church, Assembly Hall and Room 9T, 91 Claremont Ave. (bet.120th & 122nd St.), Morningside Heights.

Death of Two Sons explores the tragic death of Amadou Diallo and reveals for the first time the untold intertwining life stories of Amadou and Jesse Thyne, a white Peace Corps volunteer from Pasadena, California. Jesse was assigned to Amadou’s home village in Guinea, West Africa, where he was ‘adopted’ by members of Amadou’s family and lived in their home. Jesse was present at Amadou’s funeral in Guinea and grieved with his family. A year later Jesse was also killed unexpectedly, in circumstances that allude to a deeper spiritual connection to Amadou’s death.

WHAT: SCREENING OF DOCUMENTARY DEATH OF TWO SONS HOSTED BY MADAME KADIATOU DIALLO AND THE HON. DAVID DINKINS

WHEN: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2
7:00 P.M. – 9:00 P.M.

WHERE: THE RIVERSIDE CHURCH, ASSEMBLY HALL & ROOM 9T 91 CLAREMONT AVE. | MORNINGSIDE HEIGHTS

COST: FREE

Directions: To get to The Riverside Church by subway take the 1 to 116th St. and walk to 91 Claremont Ave. (bet. 120th & 122nd St.) PLEASE CALL the River Side Church @ 212 6706700 for directions or email: foundation@amadoudiallofoundation.com

You Should See: Amadou Diallo Screening


The Amadou Diallo Foundation, Inc.
commemorates the Anniversary of Amadou’s Death with a special
screening of the award-winning documentary film

DEATH OF TWO SONS

* * *

Madame Kadiatou Diallo and Former NYC Mayor David Dinkins to Host Screening in honor of the 8th anniversary Of the fatal NYPD shooting of Amadou Diallo, Madame Kadiatou Diallo and The Honorable David Dinkins will host a special screening of the award-winning documentary film Death of Two Sons, on Friday, February 2, 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. at The Riverside Church, Assembly Hall and Room 9T, 91 Claremont Ave. (bet.120th & 122nd St.), Morningside Heights.

Death of Two Sons explores the tragic death of Amadou Diallo and reveals for the first time the untold intertwining life stories of Amadou and Jesse Thyne, a white Peace Corps volunteer from Pasadena, California. Jesse was assigned to Amadou’s home village in Guinea, West Africa, where he was ‘adopted’ by members of Amadou’s family and lived in their home. Jesse was present at Amadou’s funeral in Guinea and grieved with his family. A year later Jesse was also killed unexpectedly, in circumstances that allude to a deeper spiritual connection to Amadou’s death.

WHAT: SCREENING OF DOCUMENTARY DEATH OF TWO SONS HOSTED BY MADAME KADIATOU DIALLO AND THE HON. DAVID DINKINS

WHEN: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2
7:00 P.M. – 9:00 P.M.

WHERE: THE RIVERSIDE CHURCH, ASSEMBLY HALL & ROOM 9T 91 CLAREMONT AVE. | MORNINGSIDE HEIGHTS

COST: FREE

Directions: To get to The Riverside Church by subway take the 1 to 116th St. and walk to 91 Claremont Ave. (bet. 120th & 122nd St.) PLEASE CALL the River Side Church @ 212 6706700 for directions or email: foundation@amadoudiallofoundation.com

You Should: Print and Read This

Image: Matt Mahurin

The Manifesto of Ascendancy for the Modern American Nigger
by John Ridley
Esquire, December 2006

An unsympathetic view of Blacks and Black culture today.
Tatiana

You Should: Print and Read This

Image: Matt Mahurin

The Manifesto of Ascendancy for the Modern American Nigger
by John Ridley
Esquire, December 2006

An unsympathetic view of Blacks and Black culture today.
Tatiana

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