Just as the title suggests, dating these days can be pretty annoying, but what’s so hard about it you may ask? In this episode of Let’s Kick it with the Joneses, the family talks about dating back in the day versus now. Will Marcus and Miya give their mother those grandbabbies? Has dating gotten easier
Local Medford resident, Jessica Valentin’s career as artist, “Ratgrrl” has taken off tremendously from being elected as the first Latinx board of trustees member for the Patchogue Arts Council (PAC), being nominated for Best of Long Island: Artist/Painter, and opening her inclusive art gallery, Muñeca Arthouse. Before diverging herself into the art community, Valentin’s first
Tell us where your loyalty lies. On this episode, we have two very special OG’s giving us some advice on loyalty, love and life. Tee has been married for 27 years, so you don’t want to miss all the wisdom she has to share on putting husband, kids or friends first. If you’ve been wondering
From Portraits to Protests – This Popular Long Island Photographer is Using His Art Form For Activism
This Long Island-based photographer with a sharp eye and taste for Hip Hop, sneaker culture, fine cuisine and the people within these cultures. Henry Francois’ work spans back to 2016 when he was taking photos at Sneaker Bistro Boutique in Patchogue to his more recent photo-ops at concerts with Cam’ron, Meek Mill and Rick Ross.
Black Koffee we give the weekly cup of love, life and laughter where we discuss relationships, culture and daily tasks we are faced on a day to day as black women in America. We keep it real and pure while keeping the black power strong. On this episode we ask, are people of color still
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