Houston’s Hottest Party on Wheels #spon

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{This post was sponsored by Limo Bus Houston.} Being a member of a large, extended family, one of my favorite pastimes is gathering for a night of fun, food, and family time. Due to our enormous size, we have loads of opportunities for bonding. One such moment recently happened with the release of the new […]

Get To Know Our Speakers: Keynote Tristen Sutton

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Tristen Sutton, entrepreneur and owner of the award-winning The Sutton Insurance Agency, Inc. and Sutton Impact Branding. How important is it to craft a personal brand in today’s landscape? With a majority of entrepreneurs recognizing the power of social media as a tool to grow their business it’s making competition very strong across the board […]

Prodigy Leaves A Musical Legacy & A Somber Reminder

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Prodigy, one half of the Queensbridge duo, the infamous Mobb Deep passed away on Tuesday morning, June 20th, at the age of 42.   His impact in music is far reaching. As a matter of fact, it’s probably hard to quantify the level of influence he, and his partner Havoc, had on shaping the sound […]

I’m The Mother Of The Next Philando Castile

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On June 16, 2017, the murderer who took Philando Castile’s life was found blameless by the American justice system. The murderer who was video recorded giving Philando Castille an instruction, then shooting at him seven times, 5 hitting him, in front of his girlfriend and 4 year-old child, when he attempted to comply. The, now exposed, […]

Beans, Greens, Potatoes, Tomatoes and the Richness of Traditions in the Black Community

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If you have internet or television access you’re probably familiar with the refrain “I got beans, greens, potatoes, tomatoes, lamb, ram, hogs dogs… beans, greens, potatoes, tomatoes, turkey…You Name It!” The first remix I saw was by D.J. Suede and can be found here. The question being asked was “Grandma, what are you cooking for […]

How come America? Why did "hate" win?

How come America? Why did “hate” win?

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How come America? Why did “hate” win? A blog post by @EfabulousHB exclusively for (HAAB) The Houston African American Blogger Association How come America? Why did “hate” win? I picked the little one up from school and I was scared.  I didn’t want to be out on the streets on this particular election night. As […]