Over the last two years, during Krewe Of Oak events such as Mardi Gras and Midsummer Mardi Gras along with other festive occasions, Duke has provided an all-encompassing display of lights, lasers, projections, and other interactive visual effects perfect for a well-spirited dance floor and or party.
Part 2 of the continuing Huntington series by Adam Albaari.
The title poem from Nolan Storey’s latest collection, Damning Love.
It is hard for African-American women with darker complexions to become successful actresses because producers and screenwriters are hooked on exotic black females who look more multiracial than solely black.
The first of a series on deep web surfing, journalism, hacking, trust and more by Adam Albaari.
A poem by Nolan Storey about a woman breaking free of her patriarchal bonds.
A review of nolaNOW Theatre Company’s first official production, Gruesome Playground Injuries in which we take a look at the acting, costumes and set design. nolaNOW is a new, talented, women led group that is definitely worth reading about.
A poem in which hopelessness is briefly explored through the allegory of a wounded animal chewing through itself to escape a situation.
Maybe it wasn’t happenstance. People are not strangers to the circumstances. She did not just happen to be chilled, frozen there in a coarsening shell of shame and fear.
The cobblestone driveway of Andrew Han’s home was littered with skid-marks. The comings-and-goings of his various clients and employees carved a physical imprint on his otherwise impressive estate. From his office window, he could see the entire cul-de-sac before him, and clearly spot any on-coming visitors from a significant distance away.
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