Black Farming in South Carolina: Fresh Future Farm launches Kickstarter to Buy Land

Black Farming: Fresh Future Farm launches Kickstarter to buy land, improve infrastructure PRESS RELEASE: North Charleston, SOUTH CAROLINA, June 15 — Fresh Future Farm leased land from …
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Cherry Bombe in Savannah

On Monday, June 3rd, Cherry Bombe Magazine hosted a panel at Back In The Day Bakery for the Savannah stop on our “Food for Thought” …
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Five Family-Friendly NC Mountain Towns to Visit This Summer

With the kids out of school, summer is the perfect time to take a family adventure somewhere new. Tucked away in the mountains of N.…
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Shanequa Gay’s LIT WITHOUT SHERMAN: A Love Letter To The West End Opens At Hammonds House On June 28

 PRESS RELEASE: A new immersive exhibition by artist Shanequa Gay will celebrate Atlanta’s historic West End neighborhood.  Integrating a mix of mediums, the exhibit …
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Black Farming in South Carolina: Fresh Future Farm launches Kickstarter to Buy Land

Black Farming in South Carolina: Fresh Future Farm launches Kickstarter to Buy Land

Black Farming: Fresh Future Farm launches Kickstarter to buy land, improve infrastructure PRESS RELEASE: North Charleston, SOUTH CAROLINA, June 15 — Fresh Future Farm leased land from the City of North Charleston in 2014. Before…

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Black Farming in South Carolina: Fresh Future Farm launches Kickstarter to Buy Land

Black Farming: Fresh Future Farm launches Kickstarter to buy land, improve infrastructure PRESS RELEASE: North Charleston, SOUTH CAROLINA, June 15 — Fresh Future Farm leased land from the City of North Charleston in 2014. Before…

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Cherry Bombe in Savannah

Cherry Bombe in Savannah

On Monday, June 3rd, Cherry Bombe Magazine hosted a panel at Back In The Day Bakery for the Savannah stop on our “Food for Thought” Radio Cherry Bombe Tour. The talk included Mashama Bailey of…

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Five Family-Friendly NC Mountain Towns to Visit This Summer

Five Family-Friendly NC Mountain Towns to Visit …

With the kids out of school, summer is the perfect time to take a family adventure somewhere new. Tucked away in the mountains of N.C., five thriving mountain towns are ideal destinations for your next…

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Five Family-Friendly NC Mountain Towns to Visit …

With the kids out of school, summer is the perfect time to take a family adventure somewhere new. Tucked away in the mountains of N.C., five thriving mountain towns are ideal destinations for your next…

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Shanequa Gay’s LIT WITHOUT SHERMAN: A Love Letter To The West End Opens At Hammonds House On June 28

Shanequa Gay’s LIT WITHOUT SHERMAN: A …

 PRESS RELEASE: A new immersive exhibition by artist Shanequa Gay will celebrate Atlanta’s historic West End neighborhood.  Integrating a mix of mediums, the exhibit will include murals painted onto the museum walls, specially designed toile…

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Shanequa Gay’s LIT WITHOUT SHERMAN: A …

 PRESS RELEASE: A new immersive exhibition by artist Shanequa Gay will celebrate Atlanta’s historic West End neighborhood.  Integrating a mix of mediums, the exhibit will include murals painted onto the museum walls, specially designed toile…

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Gullah Heritage Through Design: Home Decor in Beaufort, SC

Gullah Heritage Through Design: Home Decor in Beaufort, SC

Anyone who knows me knows I am all about showcasing your heritage in your home. In the Lowcountry, that heritage is all about the Gullah culture. From the sweetgrass baskets to indigo, Gullah Heritage through…

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Gullah Heritage Through Design: Home Decor in Beaufort, SC
Black Heritage Through Food: Chef Wanda’s Bissap Hibiscus Red Drink Punch

Black Heritage Through Food: Chef Wanda’s Bissap Hibiscus Red Drink Punch

For several years, Wanda Blake has participated in the Rituals + Remembrance Ceremony in Oakland,  California. She cooks the remembrance meal and cooks food for those in attendance. One of her specialties is Bissap or…

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African American Recipes Book Club Dinner Party Inspiration

African American Recipes Book Club Dinner Party Inspiration

Love dinner and great literature? Why not merge the two and host a dinner party and book club at the same time. To get you started I have picked a few of my favorite culinary…

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African American Recipes Book Club Dinner Party Inspiration
Chef Wanda Blake Discusses Juneteenth Traditions and Heritage

Chef Wanda Blake Discusses Juneteenth Traditions and Heritage

Do not let the California address fool you one bit. Oakland-based chef and food heritage expert, Wanda Blake, is the product of Virda Blake-Young’s Arkansas. Ms. Virda was born and raised in Lewisville, Arkansas, less…

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Chef Wanda Blake Discusses Juneteenth Traditions and Heritage

Do not let the California address fool you one bit. Oakland-based chef and food heritage expert, Wanda Blake, is the product of Virda Blake-Young’s Arkansas. Ms. Virda was born and raised in Lewisville, Arkansas, less…

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Sweetgrass Inspiration: Gullah Home Decor Items We Love

Sweetgrass Inspiration: Gullah Home Decor Items We Love

As a Lowcountry native, I love adding Gullah style to my home. From art to books and everything in between, I love showcasing the unique Gullah culture as a part of my home and sharing…

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Sweetgrass Inspiration: Gullah Home Decor Items We Love

As a Lowcountry native, I love adding Gullah style to my home. From art to books and everything in between, I love showcasing the unique Gullah culture as a part of my home and sharing…

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African American Kitchen Decor For Your Home

African American Kitchen Decor For Your Home

Looking to add culture or heritage to your kitchen? We are here to help. Your kitchen is where the magic happens in a Southern home and we have selected a few of our favorite pieces…

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For Shreveport Chef Hardette Harris All Roads Lead to ‘Home’

For Shreveport Chef Hardette Harris All Roads Lead to ‘Home’

“Mama said, ‘Oh my God, where did you get that picture? I can’t believe you posted that. I was a minor,’” laughs Shreveport chef and culinary ambassador Hardette Harris. Her mother, Thelda (Walker) Harris, was…

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For Shreveport Chef Hardette Harris All Roads Lead to ‘Home’
Clotilda: Historic Discovery in Africatown, Alabama

Clotilda: Historic Discovery in Africatown, Alabama

This May, the remains of the last known slave ship to reach America, Clotilda, were discovered near the historic river neighborhood of Africatown. A historic district and ancestral grounds for African Americans near Mobile, Alabama.…

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Clotilda: Historic Discovery in Africatown, Alabama
Southern Travel Destination: Jekyll Island Club Resort

Southern Travel Destination: Jekyll Island Club Resort

Looking for a summer travel destination to explore? You should definitely add Jekyll Island to your list. This bucolic southern coastal city is a perfect escape from reality. If you want to experience the best…

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Austin, TX Getaway Retreat at The Wayback Cafe & Cottages

Austin, TX Getaway Retreat at The Wayback Cafe & Cottages

Looking for a unique experience to have with your girlfriends? Then definitely add The Wayback Cafe & Cottages in Austin, TX. This beautifully designed retreat is full of natural and design inspiration. From poolside fun…

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Austin, TX Getaway Retreat at The Wayback Cafe & Cottages

Looking for a unique experience to have with your girlfriends? Then definitely add The Wayback Cafe & Cottages in Austin, TX. This beautifully designed retreat is full of natural and design inspiration. From poolside fun…

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Winston-Salem Woman Recounts Her Life Experiences in New Book: I’m Allergic to Gray Hair

Winston-Salem Woman Recounts Her Life Experiences in New Book: I’m Allergic to Gray Hair

Looking to get inspired from experience of the elders, Doris Brown Kimbrough does just that in her memoirs that she has co-authored with Nikki Gillis titled, I am Allergic to Gray Hair. This beautiful Winston-Salem…

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Winston-Salem Woman Recounts Her Life Experiences in New Book: I’m Allergic to Gray Hair

Looking to get inspired from experience of the elders, Doris Brown Kimbrough does just that in her memoirs that she has co-authored with Nikki Gillis titled, I am Allergic to Gray Hair. This beautiful Winston-Salem…

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Hilton Head Island Seafood Favorites from Lucky Rooster Kitchen + Bar

Hilton Head Island Seafood Favorites from Lucky Rooster Kitchen + Bar

I live for seafood, especially in the lowcountry. Tucked in a quiet shopping center in Hilton Head Island, Lucky Rooster Kitchen + Bar is a must visit stop in the lowcountry and my dad agrees…

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Hilton Head Island Seafood Favorites from Lucky Rooster Kitchen + Bar

I live for seafood, especially in the lowcountry. Tucked in a quiet shopping center in Hilton Head Island, Lucky Rooster Kitchen + Bar is a must visit stop in the lowcountry and my dad agrees…

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Celebrating Juneteenth in South Carolina: Events to Attend this June

Celebrating Juneteenth in South Carolina: Events to Attend this June

Juneteeth is American History and should be celebrated by all. As I am a South Carolina bred Black Southern Belle, I wanted to share a few events going on in my state that you should…

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Celebrating Juneteenth in South Carolina: Events to Attend this June

Juneteeth is American History and should be celebrated by all. As I am a South Carolina bred Black Southern Belle, I wanted to share a few events going on in my state that you should…

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Galveston and the First Juneteenth: Honoring the Past and Celebrating in the Present

Galveston and the First Juneteenth: Honoring the Past and Celebrating in the Present

It’s hard to let go of a good thing. At least that’s what slaveholders in Texas decided after Abraham Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation abolished slavery and liberated the enslaved on January 1, 1863. News traveled slowly.…

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Galveston and the First Juneteenth: Honoring the Past and Celebrating in the Present

It’s hard to let go of a good thing. At least that’s what slaveholders in Texas decided after Abraham Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation abolished slavery and liberated the enslaved on January 1, 1863. News traveled slowly.…

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Rest Well, Chef Leah Chase, ‘Queen of Creole Cuisine’

Rest Well, Chef Leah Chase, ‘Queen of Creole Cuisine’

Imagine being more famous than the most famous of chefs, who often visited for cooking lessons and to touch the hem of your chef’s coat. Imagine having fed some of the most notable names in…

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Southern Design Is on the Rise with Black Interior Designers at the Forefront

Southern Design Is on the Rise with Black Interior Designers at the Forefront

There is something special about the home of a southern woman. Great care and consideration are made into making the home stylish, gracious but above all hospitable and welcoming. All this is true of a…

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Outdoor Furniture Inspiration from the Southeastern Showhouse 2019

Outdoor Furniture Inspiration from the Southeastern Showhouse 2019

Spring is in full swing and summer is almost here. That means it is time to enjoy everything the great outdoors has to offer. With inspiration from the Southeastern Showhouse 2019, we have gorgeous spaces…

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5 Blues Museums to Visit in the Mississippi Delta

5 Blues Museums to Visit in the Mississippi Delta

The birthplace of American Music is so heavenly ingrained in the South, particularly in the Mississippi Delta. From the blues to country music and even Gospel, the land both rich in fertile soil and musical…

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5 Blues Museums to Visit in the Mississippi Delta

The birthplace of American Music is so heavenly ingrained in the South, particularly in the Mississippi Delta. From the blues to country music and even Gospel, the land both rich in fertile soil and musical…

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St. Helena Island, SC Foodie Experience: Island Fast Food Grill

St. Helena Island, SC Foodie Experience: Island Fast Food Grill

If anyone knows me, they know I love finding a great new restaurant. Although I am from the Lowcountry, I have only been back in the area for 4 years so every week, I spend…

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St. Helena Island, SC Foodie Experience: Island Fast Food Grill

If anyone knows me, they know I love finding a great new restaurant. Although I am from the Lowcountry, I have only been back in the area for 4 years so every week, I spend…

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Black Southern Belle Travels: Images of Gullah Festival 2019 in Beaufort, SC

Black Southern Belle Travels: Images of Gullah Festival 2019 in Beaufort, SC

As a proud Lowcountry native, one of my favorite things to do every year is the Gullah Festival in Beaufort, SC. This year was my first year attending as a mother and it was a…

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Black Southern Belle Travels: Images of Gullah Festival 2019 in Beaufort, SC

As a proud Lowcountry native, one of my favorite things to do every year is the Gullah Festival in Beaufort, SC. This year was my first year attending as a mother and it was a…

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