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Once again Black cosplay took center stage at Dragon Con starting at midnight on the first official day of the convention with a Wakanda United party. Participants marched into the room in true Black Panther fashion proud in their armor and costumes and then broke into “The Electric Slide” and for Black folks, the party was…

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When it comes to science fiction in Atlanta, Black fans are going to be ecstatic. After all, the city has seen streets shut down and jobs filled for writers, actors, illustrators and cinematographers for a burgeoning industry now called “Y’allywood.” For the past 10 years OnyxCon, a three-day science fiction and pop culture convention targeting Black…

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The Labor Day weekend kicked off with one of Atlanta’s greatest parades, DragonCon 2017. Thousands lined up on Peachtree Street to watch the display of fantasy and talent led by Grand Marshall Stan Lee. The crowd enjoyed a wide range of costumes and various genres of pop culture. Here are some pictures from Saturday’s parade.

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Earlier this year, new artist Pharaoh was awarded with the rising star honor by the Georgia Entertainment Gala. After receiving his award, he gave an energetic performance that resulted in a standing ovation that solidified his new title. When asked about his career, Pharaoh said he wants to bring authenticity back to pop music and remind music lovers…

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I don’t consider myself to be a huge Beyoncé fan, member of the Bey-Hive or anything of the sort. I am however, a fan of good music, and supporter of Black girls who rock. Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter, happens to make some darn good music, and she rocks in a major way! That being said, it’s…

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In Proclivities: A Pop Culture Odyssey, author Jay Alan Reeves humorously details his thoughts on sex, relationships and feminism from a male perspective. “Women are the most compelling proclivity of all,” Reeves says. “Our genetic components attract us to women, but our learned gender differences often muddle the process of connecting with them on the…

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She wants to be great. Even in the lighthearted moments — and there are lots of them — you can still sense that a greater purpose lies within actress Logan Browning. As the star of VH1’s breakout dance drama “Hit the Floor,” Browning has seen her fair share of the spotlight. But even as legions of…

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Last week while visiting Power 105’s “The Breakfast Club” T.I. skated around a question posed regarding a rumor about his wife Tiny traveling to Africa to have surgery to change her eye color. Turns out the rumor was half right as she didn’t have to leave the country, but she has mostly certainly altered her…

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Baby Boomers across America are giddy this week, as numerous events and appearances are planning in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Beatles’ legendary appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show. But, with all of the nostalgia and tributes, there is a factor that is being ignored as it pertains to the Beatles and their legacy.

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