by Katrina Spencer Days before thousands of Brazilians stormed the National Congress in the capital of Brasília, protesting the beginning of...
Manifesting the Maldives
Health and Wellness, Style, Travel
by Michaela Nicole So, the top of everyone’s bucket list is the Maldives, it’s the dream trip of a lifetime. The water, the beaches, the island...
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Arts, Community Development, Jessica Harris
Kori Price & Blackity Black Black
by Jessica Harris “I don't want to just survive as an artist. I want to thrive.” That phrase is artist Kori Price’s mission statement. And between her personal artwork and serving as president of the Charlottesville Black Arts Collective (CBAC), she is certainly...
Arts, Community Development, Entertainment
Poet Samantha Thornhill Comes to Charlottesville
STAFF WRITER Are you a fan of poetry? Then you won't want to miss the chance to celebrate the work of Samantha Thornhill, a talented poet who has recently published a new book of poetry entitled "The Animated Universe". Samantha is a graduate of the prestigious MFA...
Khalilah Discusses the Albemarle County Comprehensive Plan and Its Importance
by Khalilah Jones Apparently, when Whitney Houston (God rest her soul) sang in her lilting, mesmerizing way, “I believe the children are our future”, she was right! According to 2018 census projections, the future of our nation will be drastically impacted by the...
Business, Community Development, Education
Raye Elliot Becomes Founder and First as FLIPP, Inc Solar Training Provider
STAFF WRITERFLIPP Inc, a Virginia-based organization, has made history by becoming a fully accredited training company and an Associate Registered Training Provider (ARTP) certified by the prestigious North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP)....
Arts, Community Development, Health and Wellness, Style
She’s a doll, but not to be played with
by Khalilah Jones | Photos by Alycia B. Studios The baby doll and action figure have always held a special place in young girls' and boy’s, respective hearts. But for years, LOL, OMG, Baby Alive, Barbie, and many other mainstream doll manufacturers have...
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