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BGN #114 I The Mother’s Day Episode

  Happy Mother's Day! We're devoting our podcast episode to our Moms! Featuring Jamie, Kyndal, Joi, Tora, Kay B and Joelle in this lovely interview episode with our moms and an special devotion to some of us without a mom to celebrate with. This episode is sure to make you laugh and make you cry! Edited...

How to Maintain Your Nerdy Identity After Having a Child

Written by: Karla Clark  I don’t have to tell you that motherhood is time-consuming. It isn’t until you have a kid that you realize how much free time you squandered before their arrival. Hyper-focusing on your child has resulted in stacks of unopened games, dusty books, and an ever-growing Netflix queue. Quite simply, you’re losing...

Unforgettable BGN Film Review

  “Crazy just looks good on you”, is what I told Katherine Heigl when I spoke with her last week. The former Greys Anatomy star’s character in Unforgettable is as far away from the perky intern Izzy Stevens as you could get. Along with her co-star Rosario Dawson, Heigl plays Tessa an emotionally wrought new...

A Conversation With The Cast and Crew of Dear White People

  We had an in-depth conversation with the cast and crew of the new Netflix series Dear White People.  The interview features actors, Logan Browning, Antoinette Robertson, Brandon P. Bell, Deron Horton, John Patrick Amedori, Ashley Blaine Featherson, Marque Robinson as well as director Justin Simien and producer Yvette Lee Bowser. Set against the backdrop of...

Q & A with actress Stacey Malone, star of the Blasian romantic comedy ‘Affair Movie’

  By: Christina Angela Jeter  If you research the hashtag #representationmatters then you already know that it is associated to the film 'I'm Having An Affair With My Wife'. The movie features a married couple, Lashonda and Sungmin who have an affair, but the twist is how they accidentally become matched up together while seeking extramarital...

What Steven Universe can Teach us about Queerness, Gender Identity, and Feminism

  By: Patricia Martin Steven Universe has changed my life. OK, maybe that is a bit dramatic, but I’m confident in saying that if I had this show growing up, it definitely would have. Yes, it’s a cartoon created for kids, but it has a lot more heart than a lot of children’s shows, all while...

Kayona Gives DC A Leading Role In A New Series

Washington, DC-based multi-hyphenate artist, Kayona Ebony Brown, is building off the success of her award-winning short film, Of Music and Men, with the release of the novella series on April 13th. The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Washington City Paper all say that Washington, DC is the gayest place in America because...

The Extroverted-Introvert Explained

By Tiffany Desiree Within the past few years, "introversion" is one of the most popular words to grace the internet. To some, it's a fad, but to others, it's our lifestyle. So much so, the thought of talking to someone for hours, seconds or even minutes about coffee, Kim Kardashian or recent brands is uninspiring....

Am I Okay? A Conversation on Self-Love With Psychologist Mea Boykins

On March 8, millions of women worldwide celebrated International Women's Day.The holiday, which originated in 1908, was created to celebrate the accomplishments of women around the globe and bring attention to issues of gender inequality. While women have made significant strides since 1908, the fight for equal pay and opportunity continues on, especially for women...

5 By 5: VALENTINE’S DAY & ANTI-VALENTINE’S DAY ANIME

By D.Y.   Leading up to Valentine’s Day is a perfect time to catch up on romance anime for those in love or seeking love. On the other hand there’s also anime out there for those of you NOT interested in love. Regardless of which side you’re on there’s viewing options for both those in favor...
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