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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…



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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…

10 Questions With Painter Guy Stanley Philoche

10 Questions With Painter Guy Stanley Philoche

If a nosey lady neighbor happened to look at Guy Stanley Philoche when he was growing up in Connecticut, she’d Read More…

Miss Black Florida US Ambassador On Natural Hair, Beauty, Being A Vegan, And A Survivor

Miss Black Florida US Ambassador On Natural Hair, Beauty, Being A Vegan, And A Survivor

Kiana Rouchon, the reigning Miss Black Florida US Ambassador is always on the move. Literally. When she’s not visiting elementary Read More…

New Single: Woodson Michel, “Dancing and Sexing”

New Single: Woodson Michel, “Dancing and Sexing”

Woodson Michel pours his body, mind and voice in his newest song “Dancing and Sexing”. Woodson has another song—“Let Me Read More…

Have You Seen “La Belle Vie”—Rachelle Salnave’s Historical Look At Haiti’s Elite?

Have You Seen “La Belle Vie”—Rachelle Salnave’s Historical Look At Haiti’s Elite?

Have you caught a glimpse of Rachelle Salnave’s historical look at Haiti’s elite? It’s documented in the documentary La Belle Read More…

10 Questions With Hip-Hop Artist Grimass

10 Questions With Hip-Hop Artist Grimass

Not too long ago, I had interviewed the rapper and activist MeccaAkaGrimo, and he mentioned he had done a song Read More…

10 Questions With Singer-Songwriter Katia Cadet

10 Questions With Singer-Songwriter Katia Cadet

I Am Boundless, the latest album from Canada-based singer Katia Cadet, has a total of 18 tracks. If it was Read More…

Diner En Blanc Or How Some Folks In Haiti Had a Way Better Weekend Than You

Diner En Blanc Or How Some Folks In Haiti Had a Way Better Weekend Than You

Did you have a nice weekend? Well, did you? Was it nice? If it was…it was most likely not as Read More…

10 Questions With Hip-Hop Artist JScar The Fantom

10 Questions With Hip-Hop Artist JScar The Fantom

Shakespeare! Now, here’s a someone you wouldn’t immediately associate with the rapper JScar the Fantom. The Brooklyn-born rapper spits his Read More…

Vibrant Child: 10 Questions With Visual Artist Tarra Louis-Charles

Vibrant Child: 10 Questions With Visual Artist Tarra Louis-Charles

It probably won’t be a surprise to those who know her, but art class was Tarra Louis-Charles’ favorite elective when Read More…

Entrepreneur Karen Civil On Philanthropy and The Importance of Giving Back to Haiti

Entrepreneur Karen Civil On Philanthropy and The Importance of Giving Back to Haiti

Karen Civil wants you to know that the #LiveCivil hashtag is something she truly lives by, and the quotes that Read More…

5 Questions With Actress And Montreal Black Film Festival Founder Fabienne Colas

5 Questions With Actress And Montreal Black Film Festival Founder Fabienne Colas

Actress, film director and festival queen Fabienne Colas tries to take vacations once in a while. She really does. But Read More…

The Making Of Fashion Jewelry Line Olé Bijoux Through The Eyes Of Its Creator

The Making Of Fashion Jewelry Line Olé Bijoux Through The Eyes Of Its Creator

Have you ever wanted to go into the mind of someone who crafts stunning jewelry? Fabienne Descardes is the designer-craftswoman Read More…

5 Things You Should Know About The Natural Hair Movement in Haiti

5 Things You Should Know About The Natural Hair Movement in Haiti

Did you know that Haiti, like other spots of the African Dyaspora, has its own natural hair movement going on? Read More…

DJ ShaSha On Being A Lady DJ And What Happens When A Record Spinner Calls The Wrong Shot

DJ ShaSha On Being A Lady DJ And What Happens When A Record Spinner Calls The Wrong Shot

DJ Shasha is one of the scorching deejays from the Boston area. I ask her if she were putting together Read More…

Inside The Kenneth Cole Store Opening And What It Means For Haiti

Inside The Kenneth Cole Store Opening And What It Means For Haiti

Kenneth Cole cometh to Haiti. Oh, what mirth. Will other big brands follow suit? The exterior of the store in Read More…

Haiti Has Its Own Natural Hair Online Community? Yup. Just Go Ask Afro Alice

Haiti Has Its Own Natural Hair Online Community? Yup. Just Go Ask Afro Alice

Naturalistas all over Haiti look to one website to get the deets on maintaining their natural hair: Afro Alice. The Read More…

13 Questions With Katia D. Ulysse, Author Of The Novel Drifting

13 Questions With Katia D. Ulysse, Author Of The Novel Drifting

Katia D. Ulysse fits the picture of what you’d imagine an author to be like. She sports a bright, perky Read More…

Haiti Rapper Princess Eud Discusses Her Emerging Clothing Line Iyoudi Collection

Haiti Rapper Princess Eud Discusses Her Emerging Clothing Line Iyoudi Collection

Haiti-based rapper Princess Eud lives for fashion. Just take a gander at any of her social media accounts, and you’ll Read More…

Haiti’s Food and Spirits Festival Through The Eyes of A Participating Chef

Haiti’s Food and Spirits Festival Through The Eyes of A Participating Chef

You’ve already viewed Haiti’s Food and Spirits Festival—Gout et Saveurs Lakay—through the eyes of its founder Chef Stephan Berrouet-Durand, and Read More…

Behind The Scenes of Haiti’s Food and Spirits Festival Gout et Saveurs Lakay

Behind The Scenes of Haiti’s Food and Spirits Festival Gout et Saveurs Lakay

Haiti’s food and spirits festival Gout et Saveurs Lakay—held in Port-au-Prince—concluded its ten-day run earlier this month. Festival founder Stephan Read More…

5 Lessons Learned By The Founders of Haiti’s Bridal Expo

5 Lessons Learned By The Founders of Haiti’s Bridal Expo

Angie Menuau Joseph couldn’t help but notice something around wedding season in Port-au-Prince. She’d come across brides and grooms who Read More…

Bonspoon Or How An Entrepreneur Built An Online Guide to Haiti’s Restaurant Scene

Bonspoon Or How An Entrepreneur Built An Online Guide to Haiti’s Restaurant Scene

For one to start any business, one needs to have a degree of awareness about trends. A few years ago, Read More…

Georges Corvington Or The Man Who Loved Port-au-Prince

Georges Corvington Or The Man Who Loved Port-au-Prince

Once upon a time there was a man who loved the city of Port-au-Prince almost as much as he loved Read More…

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