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CULTURE, GIRLS, MEN'S, NYC, PLAYLIST / April 21 2011 6:59 PM

Origins Took Train to a Better Earth

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Origins rocked Earth Month last night as Grammy winners Train headlined a lineup of whopping new talent: singer/songwriter Nikki Jean and English band Treetop Flyers. And they were all talking about the environment.Origins is greening the world with all natural, completely vegan beauty products. They’re planting trees, recycling tons and leading the industry by example. And they’re rocking out while they do it.

Price of admission: One Earth Pledge.

Goodie bag: A tree is planted in each attendee’s honor.

Origins Took Train to a Better Earth

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CELEBRITY / January 13 2011 4:51 PM

Former Assistant Goes Inside Beyoncé and Jay Z’s Relationship

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And bores the hell out of me. You’d think a former assistant to the biggest diva on the planet would have something better to say than: “I soon realized that the passion hidden behind Beyonce‘s vocals was fueled by her devotion and love for none other than Jay Z.”  I’m just going to assume that Jessica LaShawn was obligated to sign a non-disclosure agreement tighter than B’s weave so I will act as translator to figure out what’s really fueling this relationship. An early guess: cocaine and sex parties.

Former Assistant Goes Inside Beyoncé and Jay Zs Relationship

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BACKSTAGE / July 6 2010 1:00 PM

PARTNER: Toya Riding Solo? Toya Carter Seen Promoting New BET Spin-Off Show

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PARTNER: Toya Riding Solo? Toya Carter Seen Promoting New BET Spin Off ShowBET reality TV star Toya Carter was seen at Bryan Michael Cox’s Love, Life & Music Experience that took place in New Orleans over the weekend. While there, Toya was spotted promoting her new show which will be a spin-off show of “Tiny and Toya.”  Unfortunately Tiny was no where in site. The show, which will also air on BET, will focus on herself as well as her relationships with her daughter and her new man Memphitz. So what does that mean for Tiny? Will you watch Toya’s new spin-off  show?

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BEAUTY / March 4 2009 11:06 AM

AMBI Skincare Sponsored ‘Harlem Heights’ Premier

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AMBI Skincare Sponsored Harlem Heights Premier

AMBI Skincare Sponsored Harlem Heights Premier

On Monday March 2nd, AMBI Skincare (a Johnson & Johnson brand dedicated to supporting and empowering women of color) sponsored the pre-reception and premiere screening for BET’s new reality docu-drama “Harlem Heights” at the Apollo Theater in Harlem, New York. Despite the snowy weather (we weren’t able to attend), media and celebrities alike came out in full force to attend the premiere. “Harlem Heights,” which chronicles the attempts of a group of young black professionals to make it big in New York City, also made its national debut Monday night at 10PM on BET.

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FASHION / June 25 2008 3:36 PM

Street Zero: T-Painful

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Street Zero: T Painful

Now this has got to be the WORST outfit of the night…T-Pain and his performance in this painfully ugly paisley nightmare at the BET awards. While I do love my people for their massive creativity, it’s moments like this (and ghetto prom 08…y’all know what I’m talking about) that makes me want to scream “stop the madness!” And while Mr. Pain is the last person to receive accolades for his fashion sense, he should have had enough common sense to just say NO to this abominable ensemble. Let’s not give white people another reason to cock their heads to the side in overt curiosity.

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FASHION / May 29 2008 10:18 AM

Tonight, BET Airs Fashion Blackout

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Tonight, BET Airs Fashion Blackout

Tonight at 8:30pm, BET is airing its much anticipated special Fashion Blackout. This show will bring together all the big names in black fashion (Naomi Campbell, Andre Leon Talley, Constance White, Tracy Reese and more) to talk about the lack of black presence within the industry.


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