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Crossbody bags give fashion, function, free hands PDF Print E-mail
Written by LISA A. FLAM   
Friday, 09 July 2010
lesportsac_web.jpgThe Associated Press

She’s clutching her toddler’s hand with phone pressed to her ear or finger-scrolling through e-mail while carrying too many packages. Now, she doesn’t have to worry about carrying her fab, fashionable handbag, too.

The crossbody bag, sporting a long strap and worn across the body, is suddenly everywhere. The bags are practical, stylish and with offerings at every price from two digits to four, highly accessible.
 
Imma let you finish, but...Why I don’t forgive Chris Brown PDF Print E-mail
Written by ALISON THURSTON   
Friday, 09 July 2010
chris-brown_web.jpgLet me just start out by saying that I used to be a huge Chris Brown fan. I would download all of his music, even the low-fidelity demos. I watched the video for “Yo (Excuse Me Miss)” more times than I can count. I have cried to “Say Goodbye.” Actually bawled.

Go on and judge me. Chris Brown’s first album came out when I was first starting high school, and his second came out as I graduated. We grew up together! He’s only a year older than I am. But as with any friend, sometimes as you grow older, you grow apart. Unfortunately,  Chris and I (we used to be on a first-name basis) did not simply go to separate colleges and develop divergent interests. We had our falling out because he brutally abused his girlfriend, Rihanna, and I felt very disturbed by it.
 
Black Violin to play Revolution Live PDF Print E-mail
Written by RENEE MICHELLE HARRIS   
Friday, 09 July 2010
black-violin_web.jpgAfter nearly four years of touring and sharing the stage with such notables as Aretha Franklin, Aerosmith, The Eagles and Diddy, Black Violin, the classically trained duo that connected at Dillard High School in Fort Lauderdale, will perform for the hometown crowd on Saturday, July 10 at Revolution Live.

 
Janet Jackson performs at Essence in New Orleans PDF Print E-mail
Written by CHEVEL JOHNSON   
Friday, 09 July 2010
janet-jackson_web.jpgNEW ORLEANS (AP) — Janet Jackson enthralled the Essence Music Festival audience Friday, July 2, kept them on their feet for more than two hours, and reminded fans why seeing her in concert was worth waiting two years.

From the opening notes of “The Pleasure Principle” to “Control” to “Rhythm Nation,” the Grammy Award-winning singer enticed, teased, and brought her fans on a journey through her No. 1 hits.

 
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