Monday, August 09, 2010
Proposition 8 -- the initiative to ban gay marriage in California -- was recently overturned, now legalizing same sex marriage in the state. Following this controversial decision, we hit the pavement in NYC to ask Black women about their opinions on the issue. Take a look at what they had to say when we asked: Do you still think marriage should be sanctioned only between a man and a woman? Or do you think the African-American community should be more supportive of gay marriage as a civil rights struggle? Here's what you had to say: Ashley commented: "I think that the marriage law is based off God's law and that should be sacred and between man and woman." Pennie wrote: "I think gay marriage should be left up to the private sector. That way if a pastor chooses to wed a couple, it's their own doing."read more...
Thursday, August 05, 2010
Happy Friday, celebrity Twitpic followers! This week, Twitter world was bustling with stars tweeting from the "Takers" after-party in L.A., signing autographs at publicity events, and taking candid close-ups of themselves -- posing everywhere from bathrooms to private planes. Check out this week's roundup of your favorite celebs' Twitter pictures.read more...
Wednesday, August 04, 2010
Today, President Barack Obama turns 49 years young and he has a lot to celebrate. This year, the Harvard Law school graduate managed to get the health care reform bill passed, pull our economy away from the brink, avoiding another Great Depression, handle two wars, and so much more. He has also inspired the nation and the world with his steady resolve and grace. All that while being an attentive father to two beautiful, growing daughters and a loving husband to the incomparable First Lady Michelle Obama. Join us as we wish our President a Happy Birthday and take a look back at his life in pictures... Here's what you had to say: Monique commented via Facebook: "Happy Birthday, Mr. President! You are doing a wonderful job in the face of extreme adversity." Tara wrote via Facebook: "Happy Birthday, Mr. President! I hope you have many more, each one better than the last."read more...
Monday, August 02, 2010
With our on-the-go and technology-ridden lifestyles, it was only a matter of time before our favorite online fashion destinations and retailers caught on to the digital craze by creating apps. What could be better than being able to shop on your phone or iPod? Shopping on the devices -- for FREE! Check out our gallery of the ten best and completely cost-free fashionable apps for your iPhone, iPod touch and iPad.read more...
Friday, July 30, 2010
This week on the Twitter prowl, celebs were sighted living the high life on private jets, winning awards, talking with the President, and as always, basking in each other's celebrity at fabulous dinners and fun studio sessions. Check out the week in your favorite celebrities' twitpics. Here's what you had to say: Lola commented: "LeToya is so cute." Chantelle wrote "OMG! They both look gorgeous. Keisha's eye makeup is sick!"read more...
Friday, July 30, 2010
The oh-so fabulous and sexy Ms. Vivica A. Fox celebrates her 46th birthday today! Not only a dazzling beauty who's caught everyone's attention (including rapper 50 Cent back in 2003), Ms. Fox knows how to kick butt and take names as she did alongside Queen Latifah and Jada Pinkett Smith in the classic 1996 movie "Set It Off..." Here's what you had to say: Myra commented: "Love It! Go Ms. Fox!" Marchelle Jackson wrote via Facebook: "Happy Birthday Ms. Vivica, you look marvelous darling!"read more...
Wednesday, July 28, 2010
What women want, women get. Thanks to a new cosmetic surgery procedure, women can bring their love for high-heels to new heights, literally. At Beverly Hills Aesthetic Foot Surgery, the menu of services caters entirely to high-heel lovers' foot, toe and heel imperfections, reports the Wall Street Journal. Here's what you had to say: Clarissa commented via Facebook: "Now the world of modern medicine is going too far." Portia wrote via Facebook: "Yes, Yes, Yes, I would have the surgery."read more...