By Symphony Webb May 5, 2020 At only 7 years old, London Boyce has taken her talents from the big screen to the streets of Houston, TX. Handing out sweet treats and smiles with hopes of spreading positivity to Houston's healthcare professionals during the COVID-19 pandemic. London Boyce is described as a powerhouse and a... Continue Reading →
"Heros get remembered, but legends never die." Legends Do Live celebrated their 5th year anniversary with a unique pre-game for the undefeated Houston Rockets. The event took place on Saturday, March 24 in an exclusive suite in the Toyota Center hosted by Phil Wade. Guests were welcomed by CEO of Legends Do Live, Jarren Smalls.... Continue Reading →
Jessica Dupart, also known as Da Real BB Judy is booked, busy, and blessed as she is packing up her knowledge and giving it away for FREE! Kaleidoscope Hair Prod CEO is sharing how she grew her business and became one of the biggest social media influencers and took her business to the next level!... Continue Reading →
Guest packed the Ronin Art House Friday June 9 for the 3rd annual Who Runs Houston Fashion Show and Alzheimer’s awareness event. According to alz.org Alzheimer's is a type of dementia that causes problems with memory, thinking and behavior. WRH was started by Jasmine “DJ 4.0” Lofton, a young Black entrepreneur from Dallas Texas back in... Continue Reading →
Every month a new King/Queen will be featured on TUGD. Those who show great talents and outstanding community service and leadership will be featured. December's King is Ayobami Shoyinka. check out his feature story.
The wait is finally over, Straight Outta Compton hit the big screens August 14, 2015. The biopic that took a little over a decade to make has people talking, and after all the publicity that this film has received, it most certainly lived up to the hype. The day before the movie was released, as... Continue Reading →