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Serena Williams Embracing the Cover of Vogue

Fresh off her nineteenth Grand Slam, Serena Williams talks to Rebecca Johnson about fitness, forgiveness, and her friendship with tennis rival Caroline Wozniacki.

When the news broke last May that Northern Irish golfer Rory McIlroy had broken off his engagement to tennis champion Caroline Wozniacki—over a telephone call, no less— 176 more words

Congratulations, Brandy on the leading Broadway role Roxie Hart

Musical legend Brandy has scored the leading role in one of the most popular shows to land on Broadway—Chicago. The 90s songstress will play Roxie Hart, a murderess on death row who is desperately seeking fame and stardom. 36 more words

Kicking off my professional blog

This is where I plan to write about all things in my professional life. I’m a writer/editor, after all. I’ll start off in two weeks when I leave the big apple for a week to join 24 other amazing women in the ONA-Poynter Academy for Women In Digital Media in St. 31 more words

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Three media houses have female leaders: shall we celebrate?

Carol Beyanga was recently appointed managing editor at Daily Monitor. As you can imagine, we were all joys over here at Mon pi Mon; she is the… 779 more words


NBC Anchor Sheinelle Jones on Breaking into TV

More than 100 million people watched the Super Bowl commercial featuring Sheinelle Jones walking the streets of Manhattan with anchors of NBC’s TODAY show. The Kansas-native and Weekend TODAY host had a “wow moment” as she watched, remembering her first time sitting behind a news desk in high school. 55 more words

Kelly Rowland and Family Debut

A radiantly happy Kelly Rowland beams from the cover of ESSENCE’s April issue as she proudly displays her baby son Titan Jewell Weatherspoon, alongside husband Tim Weatherspoon. 104 more words

Feature: Grace Gealey

Famous for playing Anika Calhoun on the musical soap opera Empire, Gealey is also known for her professional theatrical work, which includes performances in off Broadway and Chicago productions of Venus Flytrap and Tartuffe. 56 more words