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Black History Month Woman of the Day: Ida B. Wells
Ida B. Wells-Barnett (1862-1931) was a woman of great courage during the civil rights movement. As an African American teacher, journalist and newspaper editor,…
Teyana Taylor, Trina and Keyshia Ka’Oir Debut Superkute Lipstick Line
The debut of KA'OIR Cosmetics Spring/Summer lipstick line #Superkute is finally available for sale. Keyshia KA'OIR enlisted the help of music's Teyana Taylor and…
Black History Month Woman of the Day: Nina Simone
Eunice Kathleen Waymon better known as Nina Simone (1933-2003) was known for her classic jazz and blues vocals in the mid 1900's. After aspirations…
5 Songs For Your Valentine’s Day Playlist
Happy Valentine's Day, Vixens! Today, couples all across the world will spoil each another with gifts of chocolate, flowers and love.
3 Celebrity Couples Who Were Married On Valentine’s Day
Couples tie the knot everyday, but when it takes place on Valentine's Day it's extra special. Celebrities who have dared to walk down the aisle…
Beyoncé Stuns in Elie Saab at HBO Documentary Premiere [Photos]
Last night (February 12) Beyoncé stepped out in dazzling style wearing a Elie Saab Couture gown for the New York City premiere of her…
Black History Month Woman of the Day: Bessie Coleman
In times of segregation, aviator was a profession most deemed fit for a man, but Elizabeth "Bessie" Coleman (1892-1926) challenged that thought. After…
Eva Mendes To Design Clothing Line for New York & Co.
Latina actress Eva Mendes is taking a break from the big screen and trying her hand at designing. WWD reports the star has inked a…
Beyoncé Talks Motherhood and Music in Vogue’s Power Issue [Photos]
From February's sultry GQ cover to the upcoming March issue of Vogue, Beyoncé is a fortress of power. Photographed by Patrick Demarchelier--and draped in big named…
Black History Woman of the Day: Alice Dunbar Nelson
Alice Dunbar Nelson (1875-1935), a poet, journalist and political activist, had the ability to speak volumes into history and have an everlasting impact. Her first…
Black History Month Woman of the Day: Madam C.J. Walker
Hair care for African Americans has always been constantly evolving. Sarah Breedlove better known as Madam C.J. Walker (1867-1919) made it easier to maintain black hair…
Black History Month Woman of the Day: Pearl Bailey
Pearl Bailey (1918-1990) was an actress and singer who made her debut in 1946 in the Broadway play, St. Louis Woman. Bailey starred along…
5 Vintage Hair Accessories of the ’90s
Hair is an accessory in itself, and dressing it up even more was always a fun task when growing up. The…
Vixens Kick Off NYFW at the 2013 amfAR Gala
New York Fashion Week kicked off in style overload last night at Cipriani Wall Street for the 2013 amfAR New York Gala. This year,…
Black History Month Woman of the Day: Marita Bonner
The Harlem Renaissance was a time of great creativity especially in the areas of art and literature. Marita Bonner (1899-1972), a writer, essayist and playwright,…
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Tiona Rodriguez reportedly confessed to killing her baby in a plea agreement to avoid life behind bars.
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Canadian Woman Who Reportedly Blamed “Two Black…
After a Facebook selfie helped incriminate her, Cheyenne Rose Antoine was sentenced to seven years.
Alchemist & Evidence Reunite As Step Brothers For “Lay Some…
January 22, 2018 - 2:32 pm
The Step Brothers are back with a brand new nostalgic treat.
Lay Some Treats On Us
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