Dionne Character Female Empowerment Columnist As we move forward revisiting who we were just yesterday, we should stop picking ourselves apart and be grateful for where we are at this very moment, as we enter […]
Tracee Dundas Fashion Editor @fashionablyyoursnola It was an international connection of like-minded creatives as visiting student designers from École Duperré Paris network with New Orleans fashion community from designers, models, and the beauty industry. Duperré […]
Glenn Jones Black Masking (Mardi Gras Indians) were out in full glory from uptown to downtown to all-around town. These are just a few examples of the beautiful feathers and beading that was on display. […]
Photos by Glenn Summers After two years the Zulu Ball is back and better than ever. Thousands gathered for an amazing night that was enjoyed by all, and Data News Weekly was there!!!
By Eric Connerly Data News Weekly Contributor Essence Bestselling Author and Female Empowerment Columnist, Diva Dionne Character’s Booksigning at Magnolia Mansion for her fifth book entitled You Better Got Your Dream, for Women Creatives.
Tracee Dundas Fashion Stylist Calling All Models! Here’s Your Chance to Slay the Runway! Ladies strap on your stilettos! Guys get ready to show your swagger! New Orleans Fashion Week is in search of the […]
Nate Chinen NPR (National Public Radio) There’s a moment on “Oceans of Time,” from a 2016 album by The Cookers, when Alto Saxophonist Donald Harrison, Jr. takes a solo full of swerving self-assurance. Swinging mightily […]
Throughout American history from African American Spirituals, to Gospel, Jazz, R&B and Hip Hop African American Music has played a key role in the social and cultural development of our country. It has been instrumental […]
Duana Parker, daughter of proud parents Duane and Nancy Parker, is an example of Black Excellence. The New Orleans native recently graduated from Xavier University of Louisiana with a B.S.in Public Health and plans to […]