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   “Where The Stars Go to Shine”

Stephanie Spruill will be at (Sheila E’s) E. Spot Lounge  Friday-March 13th, 2015- 8PM showtime… 24 more words

Baby Boomer

The Roundup

It’s the middle of February, isn’t it? That went by quick. Of course it will when we’ve been spending the last 2+ weeks fighting a cold, visiting the ER, staying up all night to soothe angry congested babies and finally, getting the damn thing myself. 168 more words


Get Josephine

Celebrate Black History Month with an incredible offer from Chronicle.  The multiple award winning story of the dazzling life of Josephine Baker, Josephine by Patricia Hruby Powell is available at a remarkably low price thru February 15th. 21 more words

Children's Writer

Joséphine Baker - La Conga Blicoti

Josephine Baker was an American-born French dancer, singer, and actress. She became a citizen of France in 1937. Fluent in both English and French, Baker became an international musical and political icon. 104 more words

Alban Nuhiu

Style and Grace

Full of style and grace, Ms. Josephine Baker (nee Freda Josephine McDonald) was a crusader for equality, peace and love. As an entertainer, Josephine Baker was a “singing, dancing and acting” force to be reckoned with. 111 more words

Mini Stories

Black History Month 2015 - The Harlem Renaissance - Josephine Baker

When I was doing the Black History posts before, I usually had a particular individual that I focused on. This time I was so fascinated by the back story of the whole Harlem Renaissance that I felt I had to include it in the total series. 118 more words

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