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Corletha Norman-Bey, LCSW is the owner and clinical director of Bonhomie, L.L.C., based in Conyers, GA.  How and where did you grow up? I grew up on the state line of Tennessee and Kentucky in a small town called, “Oak

Words + Interview By: D’annie Grandison Wikipedia describes her as “an American singer and songwriter who rose to fame during the mid 90s.” Those who are fans, know her as such but those who know her, know her to be

Words + Interview By: Lucky Smith At 17 years old, most teens are still trying to figure out what they really want to be in life. Some have a plan, while others may still be enjoying their childhood, chasing girls,

Interview By: Tyrone Davis (Editor/Publisher) What was it like growing up in Oregon? Growing up in Oregon is absolutely ideal for a kid, especially before cell phones were around. There are endless rivers, lakes and waterfalls to swim in, trees

Interview By: Tyrone Davis (Editor/Publisher) Quick recap for those who haven’t seen you in awhile or may not be aware of you. Give us a little background info on yourself. I’m originally from Indianapolis and have been DJ’ing for over

Words + Interview By: Tyrone Davis (Editor/Publisher) Madeline Lauer is an R&B singer/songwriter from Dublin, OH. She just recently released a project titled, “Open Book”. How was your childhood? My childhood was very much ideal. My parents are incredible and

MaRia Lopez kicks it with us in Atlanta for a moment to discuss her career, starting off as a model and eventually becoming a publicist, make up artist, and now an actress who has been seen in “Greenleaf”, Tyler Perry’s

Words and Interview By Krystal Luster Meet Yohance Myles, husband, father, motivational speaker, and artist of many trades. Yohance has a severe passion for his craft, family and spreading a much needed positive message to his fellow man. It isn’t

Words and Interview By Krystal Luster As children, and even into adulthood, we are reminded to never judge a book by its cover, and I believe Inas X is a great exempt as to why we shouldn’t. Music can mean

Words and interview by Krystal Luster Originally from Liverpool, England, Natalie Loren Kwatinetz and her family moved to London, where she was soon discovered by various photographers. As fate would have it, Natalie crossed paths with the late Bob Carlos