Sundance Channel is putting a new group of designers through fashion rehab in season two of the critically-acclaimed series, “All On The Line with Joe Zee.” Starting Friday, November 25th at 9:30pm ET/PT, Creative Director of ELLE Joe Zee..will come to the rescue of designers in need of a makeover on their business, design or both.
Archives for October 2011
Creators, Executive Producers, and co-stars of VH1’s “The T.O. Show,” Monique “Mo” Jackson and Kita Williams have created a 501(c)3 non-profit empowerment campaign entitled, Define Your Pretty. Established to empower women from the inside out, the campaign encourages dialogue and analysis of the way women are portrayed in the media.
Multi-talented artist, musician, influential poet, and award-winning screenwriter/actor, Saul Williams will occupy all streets November 11, 2011 with the release of his fourth album, “Volcanic Sunlight”…an eclectic album blending electronic, hip hop, and rock elements.
The 4th Annual Queer Black Cinema Festival, presented by Our Stories Productions, has announced honors of the The Cheryl Dunye First Womyn Award, The Isaac Julien Experimental Award, Audience Choice Award for best short and Centerpiece Award. In honor of QBC 5th Anniversary, special awards goes to pioneer filmmaker, Patrik-Ian Polk, community activist: Desmond Yvonne, Kim Ford, D. Meredith, Damal Edmond and organizations: Astrea Lesbian Foundation, MIX Queer Experimental Film Festival, Gay Men of African Descent and The Audre Lord Project.
If you’ve watched the first two episodes of “The A-List: Dallas” on Logo, James Doyle doesn’t need much of an introduction. He seems like bit of an Austin Armacost from “The A-List: New York” with his drinking tendencies, a debatable former fling with a cast member, and that I do what I want and don’t worry about consequences attitude. At the same time, they really aren’t any more similar than that.