The owner of Slutty Vegan food truck (soon to be restaurant) shares her journey from a career in television to restaurant owner. Some of her customers, Iyanla Vanzant, Ne-Yo, Jermaine Dupri, and Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance-Bottoms
This episode will teach entrepreneurs and soon to be entrepreneurs how to use social media to obtain customers and convert followers to sales and/or profit. We also answer the age old question that every small business owner asks him/herself, "how will I know when to quit my full-time job?"
Ian Haddock says Black Gay people saved his life. He shares his life as a former prostitute, and how he enjoyed the work until he was raped. He details a sexual relationship with a high school teacher that led to his coming out.
The coming out story of a Nigerian American in his Cosby-like family, and how he reconciled his gayness with strict traditional family values. This is his life after considering suicide, and his brother outing him to the family.
Where there's gay marriage there's also gay divorce. One of my guest married and divorced. The other was engaged to be married with an adopted son, but the relationship shattered before they made it to the alter.
Women aren't the only ones that wear installations or hair weaves - men do as well. Hair professional Michael Wray shares his inside experience as a weaveologist to a mostly male clientele that experienced hair loss or thinning hair.
Dancer and acclaimed choreographer Juel D. Lane shares his journey to Alvin Ailey and other notable dance companies with which he's performed. We discuss the process and discipline of chasing one's dream while maintaining sanity.