MUSIC MONDAY

MUSIC MONDAY

“Don’t Need To Gel” is generating much buzz around the internet since its release. “Don’t Need To Gel” was inspired by America’s Tech giants that are very innovative and leading the world of artificial intelligence.  Reporter Mindy Jo wrote the song and her alter ego “MJ Tha Great” laid down the versus.

Is the Constitution of the United States of America Fading?

Is the Constitution of the United States of America Fading?

We recently celebrated Cristobal Colon, an Italian explorer who apparently discovered the “New World,” but many oppose his story.  Being that the West was preoccupied upon his arrival; he may have been subject to reclaiming his time and taking over the terrain.  Luckily, the start of the “New World” didn’t begin with this questionable discovery, […]

Where Does the Value Lie: In the Institution, Student or Debt?

Where Does the Value Lie: In the Institution, Student or Debt?

In a few weeks from today, many people will embark upon a new journey, or some will be back in the swing of things completing their college course curriculum’s.  Nonetheless, where does the value lie in the institution, student or student loan debt? Asset Breakdown  The institution is simply a building without administrators, faculty, facility […]

The Final Solution For Missing Girls in DC

The Final Solution For Missing Girls in DC

The doors of New Samaritan Baptist church are open, an its not yet Sunday morning worship service!  New Samaritan, and Pilgrim Baptist Church presented a community forum on “Human Trafficking Prevention” for residents of Ward 5 and 6. This discussion comes at a great time surrounding the uncertainty of the analytics searches for hashtag “Missing Girls […]

No Free Smoke, Get Two Doctor’s Notes

No Free Smoke, Get Two Doctor’s Notes

It was certainty “May Day” this morning at the Wilson Building for the Public Roundtable discussion lead by Councilmember Vincent Gray.   “Medical Marijuana Consultations and Patient referrals Rulemaking approval resolution of 2017” was the hot topic.  This is quite an extensive title, and it’s safe to say the same for the measure presumably. More Dr’s, […]

A Self-Serving Traffic Sign Change?

A Self-Serving Traffic Sign Change?

It wasn’t long ago that if you were heading west on Montana Avenue from New York Avenue that the traffic flow seemed somewhat smooth. Finding yourself caught at the light on 18th Street wasn’t nearly as painful as it is now. The natural flow of traffic allows the traffic wanting to make the right turn […]

Black History Month: Black Creatives Keep the Culture Alive

Black History Month: Black Creatives Keep the Culture Alive

Although Black History Month is coming to an end, Black Creatives gathered at Culture Coffee in Washington DC to discuss ways to keep the community thriving beyond 28 days.  Whiskey Girl’s Live discussion was moderated by blogger, and Spoken Word Artist @whiskey_grrl along with Visual Artist Traci L. Turner with performances by Black Assets, D. Baker, […]

The Silent Displacement

The Silent Displacement

Watching the slow but steady transition of Ward 5 is heart-wrenching. Three story houses go up in a month. Whole blocks vanish in a week. Landmarks are gone forever. That’s the trend throughout DC. Ward 5 is no exception. But the real question is who’s protecting us against the silent displacement taking place? With one […]