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Exclusive: Edwidge Danticat Releasing New Novel

Exclusive: Edwidge Danticat Releasing New Novel

Edwidge Danticat is going to be releasing a new novel this year, and Kreyolicious has the exclusive! Yes, cheries, your Read More…

How Steven Archille Achieved His Boyhood Pilot Dreams

How Steven Archille Achieved His Boyhood Pilot Dreams

Steven Archille has always wanted to achieve two dreams. First and foremost—the oldest of five kids, wanted to fly. Secondly, Read More…

How To Buy A House While Still In College—The Hermanie Pierre Method

How To Buy A House While Still In College—The Hermanie Pierre Method

Former Miss Haiti International and engineer extraordinaire Hermanie Pierre owns not one, but two homes—and she’s barely 25. By applying Read More…

Video: King Henri Christophe of Haiti, Part 1

Video: King Henri Christophe of Haiti, Part 1

King Henri Christophe was born free, then was put into slavery, and then became a king. What a life, huh? Read More…

Wyclef And Akon In Nigerian Film Black November

Wyclef And Akon In Nigerian Film Black November

Well, that’s news to me. The film in question is Black November, shot in Los Angeles, and centers on greed Read More…

Garcelle Beauvais At Sean Penn’s JP Haro Help Haiti Gala

Garcelle Beauvais At Sean Penn’s JP Haro Help Haiti Gala

So over the weekend, Garcelle Beauvais came to the Montage Hotel in Los Angeles and joined a bunch of other Read More…



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Exclusive: Edwidge Danticat Releasing New Novel

Exclusive: Edwidge Danticat Releasing New Novel

Edwidge Danticat is going to be releasing a new novel this year, and Kreyolicious has the exclusive! Yes, cheries, your Read More…

How Steven Archille Achieved His Boyhood Pilot Dreams

How Steven Archille Achieved His Boyhood Pilot Dreams

Steven Archille has always wanted to achieve two dreams. First and foremost—the oldest of five kids, wanted to fly. Secondly, Read More…

How To Buy A House While Still In College—The Hermanie Pierre Method

How To Buy A House While Still In College—The Hermanie Pierre Method

Former Miss Haiti International and engineer extraordinaire Hermanie Pierre owns not one, but two homes—and she’s barely 25. By applying Read More…

Video: King Henri Christophe of Haiti, Part 2

Video: King Henri Christophe of Haiti, Part 2

Henri Christophe—King of Haiti—died nearly 200 years ago. He sure was an interesting fellow, this King Henri Christophe—and the more Read More…

Interview: 11 Life and Career Lessons Learned From Kimberly Jean-Pierre, New York Assembly Woman

Interview: 11 Life and Career Lessons Learned From Kimberly Jean-Pierre, New York Assembly Woman

If you’re feeling indecisive about career and life decisions you have to make, look further than New York Assembly member Read More…

Video: King Henri Christophe of Haiti, Part 1

Video: King Henri Christophe of Haiti, Part 1

King Henri Christophe was born free, then was put into slavery, and then became a king. What a life, huh? Read More…

Wyclef And Akon In Nigerian Film Black November

Wyclef And Akon In Nigerian Film Black November

Well, that’s news to me. The film in question is Black November, shot in Los Angeles, and centers on greed Read More…

Garcelle Beauvais At Sean Penn’s JP Haro Help Haiti Gala

Garcelle Beauvais At Sean Penn’s JP Haro Help Haiti Gala

So over the weekend, Garcelle Beauvais came to the Montage Hotel in Los Angeles and joined a bunch of other Read More…

Hollywood Comes Out For Haiti at Sean Penn’s JP Haro Fundraising Gala

Hollywood Comes Out For Haiti at Sean Penn’s JP Haro Fundraising Gala

Sean Penn had his annual Haiti fundraiser in Los Angeles this past Saturday. So over the weekend, the Montage Hotel Read More…

Exploring Canada’s Natural Hair Community Through Racines Crepues

Exploring Canada’s Natural Hair Community Through Racines Crepues

Canada’s natural hair community is as vibrant as anywhere else, thanks to bloggers like Nel G, who inspires naturalistas all Read More…

Haiti’s Earthquake: 5 Years Later

Haiti’s Earthquake: 5 Years Later

Has it really been five years? That’s like four years of college, and a year of grad school put together. Read More…

Interview: Frere Renel Haiti—The Comedian Who Gets The Laughs

Interview: Frere Renel Haiti—The Comedian Who Gets The Laughs

Some time ago, I was reading some comments online, and someone made a reference to Frere Renel. I had to Read More…

Music Video: Carimi and Mikaben Baby I Miss You

Music Video: Carimi and Mikaben Baby I Miss You

Artist: Carimi and Mikaben Song “Baby I Miss(ed) You/Baby, I Miss You” Director: Abdias Laguerre In which I write my Read More…

Interview: Painter Loulou Louissaint And Her Creative Process

Interview: Painter Loulou Louissaint And Her Creative Process

Loulou Louissaint has been painting since she was in the sixth grade. She’s a college freshman this semester, so this Read More…

Music Video: TPO, Sou Do’M

Music Video: TPO, Sou Do’M

Artist: TPO Song: “Sou Do’M” Director: Abdias Laguerre Okay, here’s the thing with this song…I thought, from the title that Read More…

Video: Wanito, Leve Defi A

Video: Wanito, Leve Defi A

Artist: Wanito Video: “Leve Defi A” Directed by: Flash-One-Films Ah, a new video from the artist Wanito (pronounced like “Juanito)! Read More…

From Bullying Victim to Model: Wilnor Tereau’s Journey

From Bullying Victim to Model: Wilnor Tereau’s Journey

Wilnor Tereau has always wanted to be a physical therapist. He may even become one in the future, but for Read More…

Interview:  Nana Delatour On Beauty And Modeling

Interview: Nana Delatour On Beauty And Modeling

There are all sorts of stories about how some models get their start. Some are scouted while casually walking in Read More…

The Je Love Haiti T-Shirt Line—From Canada, Inspired By Haiti

The Je Love Haiti T-Shirt Line—From Canada, Inspired By Haiti

A tee-shirt line inspired by Haiti and created in Montreal, Je Love Haiti is being worn by some of Canada’s Read More…

Looking Back: 2014 #TeamHaiti Moments In Review

Looking Back: 2014 #TeamHaiti Moments In Review

Can you believe that the ’14 is over? Betcha got huge plans for the 2-0-1-5, the way you had huge Read More…

Music Review, Kreyol La, Triye

Music Review, Kreyol La, Triye

Song: Triye. Artist: Kreyol La According to the relationship coach Bruce Muzik, relationships have 5 stages. The song “Triye”, by Read More…

Singer Devyn Rose On Music, Creativity And The State Of The Industry

Singer Devyn Rose On Music, Creativity And The State Of The Industry

Before you even know what she sounds like, Devyn Rose catches your attention. Firstly, her clothes. They are best described Read More…

Interview: Teen Singing Sensation Julie Marie Answers 20 Questions

Interview: Teen Singing Sensation Julie Marie Answers 20 Questions

Teen singer Julie Marie is like most 12th graders who are home-schooled, except that, well, she spends her weekends doing Read More…

Music Review: Alan Cave, Timeless, Volume 1

Music Review: Alan Cave, Timeless, Volume 1

As promised, I am going to take a look at Timeless, Volume 1 by Alan Cave. If you missed the Read More…

Music Review: Alan Cave, Timeless, Volume 2

Music Review: Alan Cave, Timeless, Volume 2

So George…ahem, Alan Cave has two records on CD Baby, both with the same title…Timeless. But of course, there’s Volume Read More…

How Skin Allergies Led An Entrepreneur To Start A Natural Hair Product Line

How Skin Allergies Led An Entrepreneur To Start A Natural Hair Product Line

Purple is a color that Laurence Casimir remembers well from her childhood. Born with eczema, the Montreal resident’s skin would Read More…

How BèlNègès Is Teaching Natural Hair Care And Self-Esteem To Millennials in Haiti, Part 2 -

How BèlNègès Is Teaching Natural Hair Care And Self-Esteem To Millennials in Haiti, Part 2 -

As you kreyolicious cheries learned in a previous article on Kreyolicious, BèlNègès is an online community based in Haiti. It Read More…

How BèlNègès Is Teaching Natural Hair Care And Self-Esteem To Millennials in Haiti, Part 1

How BèlNègès Is Teaching Natural Hair Care And Self-Esteem To Millennials in Haiti, Part 1

When Christina “Krissy” Julme initially conceptualized an online hub for young women in Haiti—some in her circle felt it would Read More…

Tisaksuk: How One Entrepreneur Launched A “Made in Haiti” Retail Store

Tisaksuk: How One Entrepreneur Launched A “Made in Haiti” Retail Store

If you’ve worked in retail, or have had a conversation with someone who does, you know what the deal is! Read More…

Singer Adoniz On Musical Influences And Artistry

Singer Adoniz On Musical Influences And Artistry

To hear New Jersey-born balladeer Adoniz sing his song “Time” is like listening to a pick on a Quiet Storm Read More…

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