When yuh have cocoa in de sun, look out for rain!

Trinidadian phrase used as a warning that something is vulnerable, and needs to be protected; often used for situations in which people have something to hide.

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African American Museum Washington DC

National African American Musuem

On a sultry Washington, D.C. summer day we are waiting in queue for the individual ticket allotment to the African American history museum.  The uncomfortable heat is a small cost to pay for the opportunity to see the antiquities of our ancestors.

“Somebody say (Sokah till I die)”

Nailah Blackman, the granddaughter of the late Lord Shorty aka Ras Shorty I  recently launched a single “SOKAH” with its catchy chorus lines and gyrating waistline will make any winer boy want to “wine”.

Between Love and Madness

Most likely you are familiar with the scent. Enter an empty elevator, and there are 2 scents that are easily recognizable: the lingering smell of a smoke break and Calvin Klein’s Obsession for Men. For some wearers Obsession is more obsessive to the wearer than those around him. Nowhere is that more true than in the wild.