Monthly Archives: May 2011

Today in Black History!!

May 27, 1936 Louis Cameron Gossett, Jr., stage, film, and television actor, was born in Brooklyn, New York. Gossett earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from New York University in 1959. Gossett made his Broadway debut in 1953 in “Take a Giant Step” and his film debut in 1961 in “A Raisin in the Sun.” Other Broadway credits include “Golden Boy” (1964) and “Chicago” (2002). In 1977, Gossett won an Emmy Award for his performance in the television mini-series “Roots.” He was also nominated for an Emmy for his title role in “Sadat” in 1983. In 1982, he won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in “An Officer and a Gentleman,” making him the first African American male to win an Oscar in a supporting role and the second black male to win for acting. Other film roles include “Iron Eagle” (1986), “Legend of the Mummy” (1997), and “Why Did I Get Married Too?” (2010). Gossett is an alumnus of the Boys and Girls Clubs of America and continues to work with the organization.

Terence Howard Speaks on Cancer

It Does Not Matter If You Are Black Or White

I use to work at Belk living out half of my life long dream of being a cosmetologist. I worked in the cosmetic department as a beauty advisor for the Estee Lauder counter. The cosmetic department consisted of four makeup lines, a men’s fragrance bay, and a women’s fragrance bay. The four makeup lines were Estee Lauder, Clinique, Lancome, and Fashion Fair. The southern prejudices of this country has divided these four makeup lines into two groups: black and white, meaning some southerners think that Estee Lauder, Clinique, and Lancome is for whites and Fashion Fair is for blacks. Fashion Fairs’s saying is that thier makeup is for “women of color” and the ignorance of the southerners think that means blacks only. News Flash: “women of color” mean women of any color including whites because the last time I checked my crayon box white was a color too. The things I have heard and seen at Belk is unbelievable. These lines carry makeup for everyone not just for who they have been catagorized into. One christmas I was helping this black man (who came in to buy his wife some perfume and lipstick), asked for some lipstick and perfume for “blacks.” There is no such thing. Anyone can wear any lipstick and perfume. You choose lipstick based on what looks good on you and perfume based on what goes with your body chemisty not what color you are. I dislike the fact that this world is still this way especially after Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr died trying to change this. He probably has rolled over in his grave a million times. When I look at people I see no color only thier character. We are all the same in God’s eyes and he do not judge us based on our color. So now my question is Will Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr’s dream Ever be fullfilled?

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Your Proper Foundation

The most important part of applying and wearing makeup is your skincare…w/o the proper skincare, makeup would not go on as smooth and look as radiant as it should…My own personal analogy its like building a house would the doors, windows, and walls go up w/o the proper foundation?

Healthy Lifestyle: “Change”

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“Embellish” Is More Than just Event Planning

Lashawn “Gigglez” Leavine Is Hip Hop Favorite PR

Lashawn “Gigi” Leavine has spent the years improving and reforming her talents that will benefit her career with TV Productions, Marketing, Public Speaking, Pro-Tools, Graphic Arts/Multi Media Design, and Radio Broadcasting. And to this very day she is still learning from them all. In 2003 she birthed Gigglez Entertainment, a consultant and promotional company where she could help inspire others pursuing their dreams. During her continuous networking to broaden her horizon, in 2005 Gigi took an internship position with Sean “Joblo” Johnson’s consultant company JoBlo Entertainment in Atlanta, Georgia, where he took the new protégé under his wing and taught her the ends and outs of today’s entertainment business.
Came 2010, Gigi’s company Gigglez.Ent presented to its supporters B100Radio, a promotional internet radio broadcast for independent artist looking to have more exposure. With over 10,000 reviews in the first 7months, B100Radio has had appearances from representatives of labels such as Def Jam, Knovict Records, WuTang, The Dungeon Family, Zaytown USA, and rapper T.I.’s Grand Hustle. The platform to its success has been on a rise with earned opportunities to show off the talents that God has blessed the world with. Gigi is a true diamond in the rough whose light is starting to shine bright. With that being said, she still and forever will leave a mark on the world. There is no stopping something that God has ordained and highly favored.
Career mentored by producers such as Rodney & Freddie Jerkins (Darkchild), Ivan Barias & Carvin Haggins (Home Cooking), Sean “JoBlo” Johnson (JoBlo Entertainment), Isaac Hayes III (Chartcontrol Records), Roy & RiffRaph Hamilton, & also Zaytoven (Zaytown USA), they all have played a major part in the inspiration and development of her career. Over the years Gigi has been found working side by side, if not partying & socializing with them and artist from Kid Capri to Jazze Pha, Musiq SoulChild, Kangol Kid, The Spinners, Irv Gotti, Polo da Don, Keri Hilson, Neyo, Ludacris, and many more.

Contact Lashawn “Gigglez” Leavine at gigglez.ent@gmail.com  and facebook.com/Gigglez.Ent

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