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
By Miya Jones The Black Lives Matter movement still has momentum, as protests continue after the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and now shooting of Jacob Blake. Artist and steel pannist Tee Tee Solo has dealt with the refreshed social justice movement in the way most artists do, through music. Her song
Welcome back to BTB Midnight. Making her BTB debut the lovely SG the poet. We talk life and dealing with our struggles as well as get into some bars! We hope you enjoy. Berry Gang out!
Health fads have swung in and out of public consciousness. From avocados to chia seeds, superfoods and food science has taken over popular culture, and Long Island is no exception. Led by Ron Montgomery, or Six, The 6 Juice is an organically sourced juice company based out of Suffolk County providing healthy alternatives to processed
Coronavirus has left a mark on not just the U.S. and but the whole world now and forever. We talk about how we deal with Make sure to follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Some Good News: Corticosteroids Cuts Mortality Rate from COVID-19 Down and New Vaccine May Be Here Sooner According to Dr. Fauci
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), an inexpensive, easily available steroid has been used to treat coronavirus patients in hospitals, and it has cut down the mortality rate by one-third. During the WHO’s meta-analysis, out of 678 severely ill patients, 32.7 percent who received corticosteroids died compared to 41.5 percent of patients who received
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