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When Ice Cube, Tupac, and Ice-T were taking over 80s and 90s music and film, Atlanta boy Clifford Harris could have only imagined what life would be like with that same multifaceted success in the entertainment industry. And yet today, albums aplenty under “T.I.” and movie roles under “Tip Harris,” youngsters aspire for his same…
Rochelle Aytes came out of the womb with a love for performing. As April Malloy on ABC’s Mistresses (which is currently in its third season), show writers have infused bits and pieces of Aytes’ personality into her character. But the biggest role actress faces? Being herself. – VIBE Magazine Read More: http://www.vibe.com/2015/07/rochelle-aytes-mistresses-interview/ Photo Credit: Press
Trevor Jackson croons the highs and lows on his new mixtape In My Feelings.
With her latest album, Vivid, the singer/songwriter reached a peak in her emotional roller coaster, and wants audiences to fasten their seat belts and come along for the ride.
Silento’s “Watch Me” took the Internet by storm when it inspired tots, millennials and grown folk alike to “whip and Nae Nae.”
Coolness is a drug you can’t find by the ounce in hip-hop but Los Angeles-based group OverDoz.
Kage Taylor interviews an entertainment junkie on what’s in store for her future.
Snippets of television voiceovers, live radio interviews, and podcasts by Kathryn Jones
KJ is in the studio with Madison McCormick, a GLS student who is turning her passion for street art into global activism. Madison founded an initiative called Tag & Seek, where stickers are posted all over the world to bring awareness to causes—its inaugural focus being refugee crises. – WNYU 89.1FM Hear More: https://soundcloud.com/wnyu/tag-seek Photo…
This article originally appeared on the Slant News website in February 2016. Slant News closed its doors in April 2016. Photo courtesy of Twitter
Washington Square News Softball captain and Gallatin junior Kahala Bonsignore does not need a Buzzfeed quiz to tell her she most resembles Monica Geller from Friends. Bonsignore admitted to relating to Monica’s obsession with perfection — the quality that nearly convinced her to end her softball career. But with the help of her coaches, Bonsignore…
Washington Square News The life of baseball Head Coach Doug Kimbler has never strayed far from the baseball diamond, whether playing as shortstop for the College of Saint Rose or growing up in a military base in Plattsburgh, New York. Now, as the baseball team enters NCAA Division III for the first time in over…
GENYU 1. You tell your friends you know how to cook but in reality, you can only make the simple stuff Read more: http://genyu.net/2014/11/11/9-reasons-why-you-eat-like-a-millennial/
CooperSquared Catch me in my off hours, and you will find me logged onto “The Facebook.” No, it is not “Facebook.” It is The Facebook. Do not ask me why I always refer to it with a preceding article. It is habit my friends and family mock me for. Read more: http://moneyandpower10.wordpress.com/2014/05/06/im-sorry-the-person-you-are-trying-to-reach-is-unavailable/
CooperSquared For Michelle Ortega, being a single teenager seemed much easier than getting back into the dating world as a middle-aged woman. Cheesy romance movies from the 1970s seemed realistic. Life would be complete if she married any of the members of Duran Duran. Drinking 3 a.m. peppermint shots, passing out, and being carried home…
SRFC Magazine Originally appeared on Page 30 of SRFC Magazine The sound check is complete. The instruments are on stage. The lighting engineer is ready and waiting for his cue. Fans cover most the dark and muggy space in The Studio at Webster Hall, waiting in anticipation. The packed room gets hellish as fans crowd…
SRFC Magazine Originally appeared on Page 39 of SRFC Magazine 22-year old David Lew Qingwei identifies as heterosexual male. He plays rugby and video games. He is lead guitarist in a band. He served as a soldier and firefighter. He makes frequent trips to the gym. Qingwei possesses all the characteristics of a typical straight…
CooperSquared For improv comedians like Allie Kokesh, it takes only seconds to come up with a joke. However, any zinger Kokesh thinks of can become irrelevant just as fast if one of her teammates changes the direction of the scene. Read more: http://moneyandpower10.wordpress.com/2014/05/06/for-a-young-comedian-its-all-about-making-it-up-as-you-go/#more-11867
CooperSquared The 21-year-old vice president of New York University’s College Republicans balances right-winged views with the liberalism and opportunities of New York City. Read more: http://moneyandpower10.wordpress.com/2014/04/18/college-republican-keeps-political-plans-in-flight-with-right-wings/#more-11351
CooperSquared For The City Bakery CEO and Founder Maury Rubin, building a million-dollar international business from organic pastries seemed natural. Read more: http://moneyandpower10.wordpress.com/2014/03/25/locally-grown-ingredients-turn-into-international-success-for-the-city-bakery/
When Gallatin junior Tiana Morrison arrived at NYU for her freshman year, she was disappointed with the lack of Greek organizations dedicated to black culture. – Washington Square News Read More: http://www.nyunews.com/2013/10/17/sorority/ Photo courtesy of Facebook