The Black Girl's Guide: 7 Things to Do, See and Hear This Week

We've got you covered on what to see, listen to and support this week. From seeing Wondaland's St. Beauty band live and catching Misty Copeland's new documentary, to cozying up with Chef Marcus Samuelsson's latest cookbook.

Imani Brammer Oct, 07, 2015

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Janelle Monae's Wondaland Records and WSTU Radio present St. Beauty at Clark Atlanta University next week. The two beauties will be performing an intimate acoustic set. If you are in the area and are a fan of Wondaland, then you're in luck.

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A Ballerina's Tale chronicles the life of dancer Misty Copeland, from humble beginnings to the one of the most celebrated ballerinas of all time. The film will be available on iTunes and in select theaters next week.

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Eye Spy is a monthly speakeasy jam in Brooklyn where the vibes are electric and Wi-Fi is not allowed. From hip-hop to R&B, reggae and even rock, your favorite musical collaborations will be played all night.

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In My Father's House follows musician Che “Rhymefest” Smith’s deeply emotional, and eye-opening, search for his biological father Brian Tillman after 20-plus years apart.

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Our resident bookworm Patrick Henry Bass writes:

"Political commentator Sophia A. Nelson unlocks the secrets to finding your purpose. Nelson, a card-carrying supporter of sisterhood, suggests that in an interdependent world, women must work together to "build better lives" and "more meaningful professional achievements." The book is grounded in 20 principles that will provide greater balance with family and friends and in one's spiritual walk and romantic relationships."

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International chef Marcus Samuelsson's latest work is a treat for the eyes and the stomach. Mixing biography and gastronomy, the Ethiopia-born, Sweden-raised restaurateur invites us to savor special recipes that aren't always on the menus of his world-renowned eateries.

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Singer Tyrese has partnered with hip-hop icon Rev Run to produce It's Not You, It's Men. The live show is a television event where men will explain controversial opinions about marriage, commitment, dating, and more. With celebrity interviews, unconventional opinions, real people interactions and a whole lot of honesty, this is sure to be one hilarious event. Be sure to submit your information to be apart of the live audience. The event will be aired on Oprah's OWN Network.