April 4, 2012 • Tiffani Knowles
LifeZone TV presents a production of M-RYS International, parent company for Soul Movement Crew and NEWD Magazine, this summer called "In the Mix."
March 20, 2012 • Billy Delgado
The play Fathers and Other Strangers, written by Jeffrey Stetson, is a dramatic piece about the relationship between sons and fathers, the prejudices between professionals and how bitterness can take root in one's soul and grow to bear fruit of smoldering anger.
February 22, 2012 • Ana Valeska
Columnist Ana Valeska reviews the Spanish documentary La Ultima Cima or The Last Summit, which told the story of the phenomenal Catholic cleric, who soared high yet died young.
February 22, 2012 • Andre Barracks
Rocksteady. Rockers reggae. Dub. Dancehall. The music that many have grooved to all over the world was actually steeped in a grim reality - one depicted in the new Jamaican independent film called Better Mus' Come.
January 25, 2012 • Andre Barracks
Community2Community, a non-profit organization working to rebuild Haiti, brought together jazz/gospel legend Oleta Adams, R&B sensation Chrisette Michele and Haitian-Kompa band CaRiMi to celebrate remind us that there is still much work to do in Haiti.
November 2, 2011 • Tiffani Knowles
As a response to the hyper-sexed culture we live in, South Florida musical duo Minor Prophets releases their new single, Don't Lust. It's a recruitment track for celibacy.
November 2, 2011 • Andre Barracks
Other than violence, female degradation and bling bling, critics say hip-hop can teach this generation very little. Smart Music, a New Jersey-based music company, is dedicated to changing that. Its hip-hop education at its finest.
September 21, 2011 • Andre Barracks
Some say fashion is merely an aesthetic fix for the eye. But, what happens when fashion changes a woman from the outside in? Two designers featured at NY Fashion Connect's Clash of the Coutures did everything but clash. Their clothes speak the same mission.
September 7, 2011 • Alicia Ramsay
Reggae music. Jerk chicken. Carnival time. These are some of the only connections many make with Caribbean natives. But there is an emerging fashion market in the Caribbean that deserves global attention.
August 10, 2011 • Breanna Chevolleau
Born and raised between north and west Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in the '70s, Andre Robert Lee grew up in a single parent home with his mother and sister. He is now a successful filmmaker after having created a film about his struggle at prep school.