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Did Young At Art Peep Show Expose Broward Kids To Porn?

REDBROWARD has obtained a “video tour” of the 2014 “Naughty By Nature” exhibit sponsored by Young At Art (YAA) children’s museum. The exhibit was part of YAA’s program to expose kids to “contemporary art.” The exhibit was curator by Zack Shrago Spechler, the son of YAA executive director Mindy Shrago. 297 more words

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Photos: TLC, Naughty By Nature @ Echo Beach

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Atlanta-based R&B/Hip-Hop trio TLC, whose original line-up consisted of Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins, Lisa “Left Eye” Lopesand Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas, and who will release a new album titled,  407 more words

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Ed Lover’s Favorite Tupac Memory Involves Left-Eye, A Hotel Room & Naughty By Nature Boxers [EXCLUSIVE VIDEO]


When Tupac passed on September 13th, 1996, it seemed like the whole world stood still to pay respects to the hip-hop legend. To commemorate the 20-year-mark since we lost one of hip-hop’s greatest lyricists, and most socially conscious and politically aware rappers, … 167 more words

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Ed Lover’s Favorite Tupac Memory Involves Left-Eye, A Hotel Room & Naughty By Nature Boxers [EXCLUSIVE VIDEO]


When Tupac passed on September 13th, 1996, it seemed like the whole world stood still to pay respects to the hip-hop legend. To commemorate the 20-year-mark since we lost one of hip-hop’s greatest lyricists, and most socially conscious and politically aware rappers, … 167 more words

Ed Lover Show

Ed Lover’s Favorite Tupac Memory Involves Left-Eye, A Hotel Room & Naughty By Nature Boxers [EXCLUSIVE VIDEO]


When Tupac passed on September 13th, 1996, it seemed like the whole world stood still to pay respects to the hip-hop legend. To commemorate the 20-year-mark since we lost one of hip-hop’s greatest lyricists, and most socially conscious and politically aware rappers, … 167 more words

Ed Lover Show

Ed Lover's Favorite Tupac Memory Involves Left-Eye, A Hotel Room & Naughty By Nature Boxers [EXCLUSIVE VIDEO]

When Tupac passed on September 13th, 1996, it seemed like the whole world stood still to pay respects to the hip-hop legend. To commemorate the 20-year-mark since we lost one of hip-hop’s greatest lyricists, and most socially conscious and politically aware rappers, … 167 more words

Ed Lover Show