Who else is happy to see graduation photos surfacing on IG again? This is for the graduation photography brightening up our spring once again, as the pandemic in America gets less severe every day. Gr
Sports and big money is the perfect combination for a lot of people. In another trend that has taken over the world, the work of cryptocurrency continues to change the landscape of economics. Most rec
This year’s pandemic has tested us all, especially NYC based Black-owned boutique and streetwear brand, The New Blue Collar. The New Blue Collar’s fifth Collection represents resilience, grit, a
Evictions due to COVID are still going down… The COVID-19 pandemic has devastated the U.S. economy since this March and left tens of millions of people without a source of income. While the unem
While everyone wants things to “back to normal,” many are still procrastinating with their compliance to adapt to the “new normal.”
Anti-mask movements were a thing in 1918 just like they are in 2020.
The CDC guidelines for a safe return to classrooms, if schools decide to open, were just released, though it all feels inconclusive.
We recently caught up with Grammy-nominated music producer RMB Justize. He told us about his new project and how COVID-19 and BLM have affected his music.
Yemen, one of the poorest countries in the Middle East, is being ravaged by a global pandemic and a civil war, among other issues.
With this effort, we hope to raise $5000 worth of funds for five creatives ($1000 each) in our community whose businesses have been affected by quarantine.