Atlanta, GA – Hair trailblazer Toni Love, an internationally recognized hair loss and weave expert, is celebrating the 10th year anniversary of her classic book “The World of Wigs, Weaves and Extensions” (Milady Publishing) with a re-release. With hair weaves having evolved into an increasingly popular style, now unabashedly worn by some of today’s hottest celebrities including Wendy Williams, Tyra Banks and Kate Gosselin, the book has emerged more relevant today than it was when it was originally published in 2001. “The World of Wigs, Weaves and Extensions” uncovers the secrets to top-notch hair and wig care.
Daily Archives: June 21, 2010
Marsha Ambrosius also performed at the Afram/African-American Festival on June 19th in Baltimore.
A review of Leela’s new album My Soul is on the way.
Hollywood, CA – Celebrity cannabis culprit, Ed Forchion aka NJWeedman is planning to celebrate freedom and independence as only he can. In his continual quest to commemorate all things cannabis, NJWeedman will host a special Independence Day celebration in Hollywood with his Hollywood Hills Hemp Mansion Party. The spectacular will take off with a bang on Saturday, July 3 from 8:30 pm to 4:00 am. Fireworks will certainly explode as live music, dj’s, food, dance, libation and smoke all collide in a revelry of merriment while saluting this country’s basic tenets of liberty and justice for all.
Shuttle service and parking will be provided at 8560 Sunset Blvd in West Hollywood, and party revelers will be whisked away to a private hill top mansion location. Tickets can be purchased at www.GrooveTickets.com, with the keywords “Mansion Party” or by calling 323-798-4813. For additional details go to www.njweedmanpromotions.com . Proceeds from the evening’s celebration will go toward the “Free NJWeedman Legal Defense Fund” to assist with legal experts, travel and lawyer fees as Forchion is currently engaged in a battle with the state of New Jersey in his latest court case as he defends his right to smoke medical marijuana.
Prince surprised the crowd and joined Larry Graham’s Central Station at B.B.King’s in NYC last week. The closest we’ll ever get to Prince and Sly on stage together.