Pop Culture History

We Did It

Posted by admin on November 5, 2008 in Blog Pop Culture History Rockstar Musings 5 Comments

I am so happy that election is finally over! I am also happy that real change will be coming. These United States of America needed Barack Obama! We needed to prove that we could empower ourselves to choose someone who cares about our country. We’ve done it! Now the work begins to correct the trajectory

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A Pause to Mourn

Posted by admin on October 28, 2008 in Blog Pop Culture History Rockstar Musings 6 Comments

I don’t just understand why why why these people were murdered. I am really sad. Not because it was Jennifer Hudson’s family, but because I just can’t understand how a human can forget the humanity and divinity of another to murder. I feel most bad for Jennifer’s sister because they believe someone she loved murdered

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Henna Tattoos

Posted by admin on October 27, 2008 in Blog Pop Culture History Rockstar Musings 10 Comments

When I was younger I toyed with the idea of getting a tattoo.The big craze that we see now is actually a resurgence movement that began in the early 1990’s with my generation who would have been about 18 years old at the time. I say resurgence because tattooing was big in the 60’s too!

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Windows to the Soul

Posted by admin on October 17, 2008 in Blog Pop Culture History Rockstar Musings 6 Comments

Eyes. We use them for seeing things in our world. My bloggy girlfriend and I over at Tea n Honey Bread use our eyes in a common way. We use them to watch people, their actions, their reactions, their emotions, and the meaning behind their words. Eyes really are the windows to the soul. I

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Sister Rockstars!

Posted by admin on October 9, 2008 in Blog Pop Culture History 9 Comments

There are days when rockin’ is very necessary! You know those days when you have already, fussed, prayed, cried, laughed, and hummed. After all of that there’s nothing else left to do but ROCK!!!! Sometimes I just get in my car and I blast my favorite song to rock to, which is Penitentiary Philosophy by

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Eartha Kitt…Grrrl!

Posted by admin on October 4, 2008 in Blog Pop Culture History 7 Comments

I heard Tom Joyner on the radio about a week or so ago talking about Eartha Kitt, and he kept making reference to her role in Boomerang with Eddie Murphy. I kept screaming at the radio ” No Tom, she’s known for more than that, why do you keeping saying Boomerang” She is such a

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Josephine Baker

Posted by admin on September 27, 2008 in Blog Pop Culture History 8 Comments

Josephine Baker was an extraordinary singer and performer of the 1930’s. She was well-known for her banana dance. During the time of the Great Depression, she entertained us. She was the first African American to star in a major motion picture. She integrated American concert halls, and made history as a world entertainer. Her style

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Sisterly Love

Posted by admin on September 23, 2008 in Blog Pop Culture History 6 Comments

I spent this evening sharing in sisterly love. First I joined about 15 sisters at my church for a meeting in love. We prayed, shared, and came to a great understanding about our unified purpose as sisters. Next I visited a close sister friend, and talked about any and everything for a few hours. I

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