*Singer/actress Teyana Taylor and her daughter Iman “Junie” Shumpert have become one of the industry’s most famous fashionable mother-daughter duos. Now the duo has decided to take things a notch higher by creating a clothing line they say is strictly for mothers and their little daughters. The collection consists of marching clothes for mothers and
*Congrats are in order for Big Sean and Jhené Akko as they are expecting their first child together! Jhené debuted her baby bump during an outing with Big Sean in Beverly Hills on Saturday. According to TMZ, it is unclear how far along Jhené is or the baby’s gender but fans speculated about her pregnancy
*If you’re not familiar with NPR‘s “Tiny Desk” series, we can’t think of a better time to check out the show than right now because the latest episode features the one and only Usher Raymond and his band and his backup singers. “I’m hoping to just really have fun today with this office party that
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Howard Summer Multi-Media Institute participants witness historic Supreme Court activity during two week session
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