All Posts By Dominique Barchus

Logan Browning Talks ‘Hit The Floor,’ ‘Dear White People,’ and Self-Worth

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Atlanta-born Hit the Floor and Powers star Logan Browning exudes beauty, grace, and passion in all that she does, even when she’s playing the “mean girl” we all love to hate or even hate to love. Embarking on her newest project as Samantha White in Netflix’s adaptation of the 2014 film Dear White People, making its debut in 2017, the rising actress tells us about her guilty pleasures, dating, self worth, and staying true to herself. Be sure to catch her in Hit the Floor’s one-hour special this Labor Day, September 5.

Massy Arias Proves She is a Beauty and a Beast

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Fitness guru and dancing queen Massy Arias proves to us that fit is the new sexy. Sharing uplifting words, she’s a woman with a heart of gold and on a mission to not only motivate people physically, but to build them up to be mentally and emotionally strong. Here, she tells us how she found happiness in being fit and in love, while building an empire of her own.

Allison Williams Celebrates Keds’ 100th Birthday with 100 Shoes

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100 years, 100 styles! Happy birthday to Keds! In Celebration of Keds turning the big 1-0-0, Collective Creative Director Allison Williams honored the brand yesterday the way it deserves: surrounded by 100 pairs of the classic kicks, of course! Williams is continuing the centennial year celebration following the launch of new Keds Collective Ladies First during NYFW with Ciara, and she’s doing it in style.

Finding Dory: After 13 Years, Was it Worth the Wait?

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It has been 13 years since the release of Finding Nemo (2003) and Disney Pixar has finally brought us Finding Dory! Written and Directed by Andrew Staton, our favorite fish are back and swimming through yet another ocean adventure, but this time Dory (Ellen DeGeneres), Marlin (Albert Brooks), Nemo (Hayden Rolence), and friends are in a search of Dory’s parents. With the film’s June 17th opening, we have the rundown of 5 things you need to know, expect, and brace yourself for when making your way to see this instant classic.

Dancer Asia Monet Chats ‘American Crime Story,’ Acting Advice

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Ten-year-old dancer, singer, and actress Asia Monet is full of life, love, and a whole lot of talent. She may be young, but don’t let her age fool you; she’s taking the entertainment world by storm and loving every minute of it. Sassy, smart, and on the path to stardom, Asia gave us the inside scoop on her struggles as a young performer, her love for Beyoncé, and the secret behind her success.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 Brings on Pure Nostalgia

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The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows film, following the lukewarm response of its predecessor directed by Michael Bay, is likely to achieve the same feedback from die-hard fans and critics alike. The film was everything it was expected to be, for the good and the bad.

Directed by David Green, this sequel follows Ninja Turtles Michelangelo, Donatello, Leonardo, and Raphael as they take on Shredder who has joined forces with mad scientist Baxter Stockman and henchmen Bebop and Rocksteady to take over the world. Enlisting the help of April O’Neil (Megan Fox), Vern Fenwick (Will Arnett), and a newcomer: the hockey-masked vigilante Casey Jones (Stephen Amell) as they are faced with an even greater nemesis: the notorious Krang.

‘Violin Crooner’ Damien Escobar Chats Music and the Industry

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Known as “The Violin Crooner,” Damien Escobar is the epitome of what a true artist is. His talent as a violinist, musical creativity, and enthusiasm makes his performances something you can’t take your eyes or ears off of. He is transforming the way we hear music by letting us feel the rhythmic melodies through his violin strings, and if you didn’t know who Damien Escobar was before, trust us, you’ll definitely know now.