The Cube Style Icon: Dorothy Dandridge
Dorothy Dandridge was a woman before her time. Though her life was cut tragically short, her legacy and impact has been felt by millions of women who have adopted her grace, style, and swag.
photos by Ozier Muhammad
SOUTHSIDE CHICAGO. These 2 fellows were sharing a soda in a community which had postings around that stated this is Disciples gang terrority. SOUTHSIDE CHICAGO. A man heads home after laboring in the stock yards. SOUTHSIDE CHICAGO. A child looks at the activity in the alley from the backstairs of…
Epic Gallery: 150 Years Of Lesbians And Other Lady-Loving-Ladies | Autostraddle
Photographs of lesbian, bisexual and otherwise-identified women, 1850-1999. Seriously this is really cool.
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Golden Globes 2016 Best-Dressed Celebrities
Awards season is officially underway tonight with the Golden Globes, and we are going to make things easy for you: we’ve selected the celebrities who looked the best on tonight’s red carpet. Behold!
Flip Wilson in 1970 show. During the 1960s, Wilson became a regular at the Apollo Theater in Harlem and was a favorite guest on The Tonight Show, Laugh-In, and The Ed Sullivan Show. In 1970, Wilson won a Grammy Award for his comedy album The Devil Made Me Buy This Dress.
Elvera Sanchez Valentina (Sep 1, 1905 – Sep 2, 2000) was an American dancer and the mother of Sammy Davis, Jr. She was actually Cuban but Sammy told people she was Puerto Rican due to possible anti-Cuban backlash would hurt his record sales. Elvera Sanchez was a chorus-line dancer at Apollo Theater for six years. Elvera was survived by her daughter, Ramona. Ironically, Elvera outlived Sammy by 10 years and her mother Luisa out lived Sammy by 6 years.