The Writings On The Walls: Subway Therapy Is An Open Forum For Post-Election Grief & Hope

by Shae Kahlo There is a lot to hate about New York City. To react so towards it, is almost a sport. But there are equally as many amazing factors about┬áthe most impossible┬ácity in America that makes it memorable for a lot of right reasons. One of its greatest features is street art and impromptu (to an unbeknownst public) activism. You can spend a whole … Continue reading The Writings On The Walls: Subway Therapy Is An Open Forum For Post-Election Grief & Hope

Why The Term “Multiracial” Triggers In The Black Community

by C. Shardae Jobson After reading the casting call for Kanye West’s season 4 Yeezy collection, set to premiere during New York Fashion Week this month, a pursed smile developed when I came across the word, or term, “multiracial.” And it was only because of the type of request it was embedded in: “MULTIRACIAL GIRLS ONLY.” Ooh boy, here we go. pic.twitter.com/o8sB124An3 — KANYE WEST … Continue reading Why The Term “Multiracial” Triggers In The Black Community

I Really Wanted To Like The Hot, Unique, NYC Treat, The Raindrop Cake. But…

Six years in New York, and I somehow missed experiencing a lot of sweet and savory crazes of the city’s local foodies. It’s laughably lamentable considering I did not miss Jeremy Scott‘s after-parties, for Fashion Week, two years in a row (for both the spring and winter presentations). Witnessed the aspiring renegades of the eventually imploded movement of Occupy Wall Street skateboard, bike, and march … Continue reading I Really Wanted To Like The Hot, Unique, NYC Treat, The Raindrop Cake. But…