Two Sisters Sweet Creations is a home-based bakery that is owned and operated by biological sisters, Yolanda Bledsoe and Deidra Keener. Their passion for service and baking led to the […]
Over the past few years, cities across America have become playgrounds for paintball enthusiasts. This growing trend has become popularized via social media and word of mouth by former gang […]
The Dream Chaser Film which chronicles the life and career of hip-hop star, Lil Snupe, is being screened at DocuFest 2021 in Dallas. The rising hip hop star was fatally […]
Let’s not glance over the different sizes and shapes of men and women on full display. A word to describe the casting choices and expression of the models and the […]
BLK has been the app where relationships begin, but TikToker @KaniesOfficial has popularized the app for an entirely different reason. She shed light on a wave of non-monogamy that seems to be trending. DW caught up with Jonathan Kirkland, BLK’s head of marketing and brand to get his take on hook-up culture, online dating, and non-monogamy.
“Okay, bitch”. That was my whole reaction as I laid in bed at 6:23am having watched the video for the third time. “Okay bitch” with a deep, personal and obligatory nod […]
A FIVE-FIGURE following online. A business portfolio full of MAVERICKS & COWBOYS. Degrees from some of Texas’ most prestigious schools. A DECADES-LONG CAREER IN THE SPOTLIGHT OF DALLAS, TIFF THE ZETA is closing in on icon status. We caught up with the “Representative from Dallas” to talk her new found career in styling, the drop of her TEXAS TWO-PIECE COLLECTION, and what it means to rep her hood.
As kids across the country are gearing up to head back to school, parents and caregivers are looking forward to their children learning new lessons and skills, full of fun and education. While school is a primary place for students to learn, some of the most impactful lessons actually start at home — particularly about money and developing healthy financial habits early.
As many businesses continue to recover from the events of last year, there are several actions that Dallas Black business owners can take to begin to overcome some of these challenges and better position their businesses for success.
Hear insight from Brian Lamb is Global Head of Diversity & Inclusion at JP Morgan Chase & Co.