Living Dreams In Judy’s Rainbow 🌈! Women’s Herstory Month 2020

She was more than an entertainer, Hollywood icon, singer, actress, or dancer. Judy Garland is the performance of how to. . .dream! What she taught Hollywood, her audience, and the world, is that dreams are invisible hopes, that we seek in a reality. Her quotes, songs, performances, characters, and interactions with her audience were reflectionsRead more ⟶

Triplets Of Pretty Love! Black American Her/History 360, Women’s Herstory Month 2020

They are considered one of the hottest, most successful, women’s groups of all time. Tragedy may have changed things, but their legacy lives on. The messages they encouraged for teenagers, and young women, concerning safe intimacy, and themes of womanhood, continue to be heard, by today’s generation. The messages and songs of TLC, never goRead more ⟶

Musically Charmed By Mariachi Of Las Mujeres! Women’s Herstory Month 2020

The image of mariachi bands have traditionally been laid out as such: men musicians. Those “large hats” (sobreros), guitars, violins, and others, at play. It is one of those musical performances, where people can imagine a travel, floating music box. Coming to surround those, who care to hear. Spanish ballads of Mexican terrain. When youRead more ⟶

To co-work or not to co-work?

I’m currently sat at home in my “office” – which as well as being the office of dai:lingual also serves as a dining room at least three times a day – listening to my wife’s Hells’s Ditch LP by The Pogues. It’s the one with Summer of Siam on it: Yes, so it may wellRead more ⟶

Music is Happiness

Have you ever gotten goosebumps while listening to music? Are you one of those people who always wants to be at a concert for your favorite artist or band? Do you sing and dance to newest song of your favorite artist as soon as they’re released?The music or synchronization of instruments has diverse effects onRead more ⟶

Surprised by Joy

It’s raining again. It’s been raining almost every day this year, and no, that’s not a metaphor. There is plenty to be pleased about, however, as I discovered when I went to town (literally) on Monday night to find out more about the concept of Carnival. According to my good friend Richard Parry, the originsRead more ⟶

A Kitty Essence For Catty Women! Black American Her/History Month

Cats hold a sacred artistry. Since ancient times, their mystery and persona has been celebrated. Serving as models for humanity’s matriculation on Earth. Attentive. Sensitive. Cunning. Knowledgeable. Devoted to whatever task they have set to. In tuned with the artistry of Universal creativity and wonder. Cats stay connected to movements of the Heavens, of theRead more ⟶

Fades Of Blackness For A Maiden’s Retreat! Black American Her/History Month

The world of country music is no stranger to Black American artistry and landscapes. From the likes of Tracey Chapman to those older, musical story tellers. Country music, too, has it’s birthing in Black American soiling. Owing its creation to the Deep South, the bringing of the banjo, from West Africa, stimulated the cultivation ofRead more ⟶

Are You Attending Sundance Film Festival? Kosha Dillz Shares 6 Ways You Can Stay Sober and Still Enjoy Yourself

With Sundance Film Festival 2020 currently underway, I spoke with American jewish rapper, Kosha Dillz on how to stay sober and still have fun. Dillz, whose real name is Rami Matan Even-Esh, has gone through a few different stage names over the years. Whether you know him as Kosha Dill, KD Flow, or Kosha Dillz,Read more ⟶

‘American Idol’ Alum Danny Gokey Shares Inspiration Behind Latest Album, ‘The Greatest Gift: A Christmas Collection’

Former star of American Idol and esteemed contemporary Christian artist Danny Gokey has reason to celebrate this holiday season. Gokey’s 2019 album Haven’t Seen It Yet is nominated for Best Contemporary Christian Music Album at the 62nd annual GRAMMY Awards, and the title track is also nominated for Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song. Gokey recentlyRead more ⟶