#WCW: Erykah Badu

Keeping this #WCW concise proved to be nearly impossible.  In fact, I wrote out nothing short of two pages of me gushing over this woman (lucky for the reader, I scrapped it).  I really can’t overstate how much I love Erykah Badu.  If you know

Interview: Chintia Kirana

This interview is more personal to me than some of my others. Chintia Kirana is a local artist here in Alabama (for now) by way of Indonesia and I’ve known her throughout the years since high school. Over that time, I’ve watched and observed as

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Bombs Away: Cooper’s Flip

Now that it’s getting chilly outside, it’s time to introduce a wintertime favorite: The flip cocktail! This cocktail is generally made with whiskey, but can also be modified with your favorite vodka or rum. (Bartender’s substitute other liqueurs and spirits too, but those three are

#WCW: Elizabeth Warren

Why take you on a journey through her bio?  In short, Elizabeth Warren is an accomplished law professor and current Senator from Massachusetts.   In the wake of the financial crisis, she was known for taking on Wall Street big banks on behalf of the little guy.

A Reflection On The Year

A lot has happened this year and as a result, there’s a LOT that I’ve been thinking of writing about but I haven’t put anything down on paper yet just because. . .I guess because it’s just been too much.  I didn’t know where to

#WCW: Shayna McHale a.k.a. Junglepussy

If Erykah Badu and Missy Elliott had a love child, it would be Junglepussy. At only 24, Junglepussy is one of the most confident, empowering, truth-spewing rappers in the game right now. Even after only a few years in the industry, she’s already gained the

Best Of: I Thought You’d Be Married By Now

Originally published September 2015. When I went home for Thanksgiving last year, I attended a service at my parents’ church. It’s a Baptist church, and I guess since it’s in the South, you could call it a “Southern Baptist” church. In spite of the negative