Nas’ life is going to be immortalized in a new series being produced by gaming giant Xbox. The series entitled, “Street Dream” will be divided into thirty minute episodes that will feature Nas’ writing and music and the show will take place in the Queensbridge housing project where Nas grew up. The series currently does [...]
Don Cornelius’ “Soul Train” was a highly influential dance show that highlighted pop and soul music from 1971 until 2006. Many infamous performers graced the stage and helped to make the show one of the most popular of all time. Rolling Stone has put together a lost of some of the best performances, including [...]
Set for release tomorrow, Facebook’s new mobile app will turn your news feed into a convenient newspaper-like app that will allow you to filter your friends and get only the information you want. The app looks like it performs beautifully and fluidly, and will greatly diminish the need to filter through things on Facebook you [...]
NerdLike.com keeps it quick and fun with some of Twitter’s brightest, like Karen Civil.
Buying the gifts that give back makes holiday shopping all the more fun, especially when we’re talking Kidrobot and Keith Haring.
Apple has just acquired Ben Shaffer, one of the Studio Directors of the Innovation Kitchen and one of the lead designers of the Nike FuelBand. This acquisition stirs up the rumors for the development of the Apple iWatch and other wearable technology. This adds to the excitement of Jay Blahnik, a famous fitness expert being [...]
Often referred to as “Maya Angelou’s Best Poem Ever” this list was actually written by Glamour magazine’s Pamela Redmond Satran in 1997, with a revision in 2005. The list has generated a cult-following over the last 16 years, becoming one of the most popular chain emails to be passed between women. For the grown women out [...]