NYC Museums You Have To Visit

The Museum of Modern Art (MoMa)   Adults  $25, Seniors $18 (65 and over with ID), Students $14 (Full-time with ID), Children Free (16 and under) The MoMa has extraordinary exhibits that contain the world’s … Continue Reading →


Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2017 in NYC

Today is the day where we honor Martin Luther King, an important civil rights leader who fought for equality and justice in America. It took almost two decades of campaigning … Continue Reading →


Game of Thrones and the Paradox of Female Beauty

  The HBO show’s sixth-season premiere taps into a longstanding (and sexist) trope: anxieties about women being something other than they seem. Warning: Season 6 spoilers abound. It’s the scene … Continue Reading →


Bridal Fashion Week!

Background info about Bridal Fashion Week! A fashion week is a fashion industry event, lasting approximately one week, wherein fashion designers, brands or “houses” display their latest collections in runway shows to buyers … Continue Reading →


Poderosa Conference – An International Conference on Cabo Verdean Women!

We are Proud to be both woman and  Cabo Verdean!         The goal of Poderosa Conference is to create an opportunity for exchanging information, resources and to … Continue Reading →

Travel Guide to New Year’s Eve !

                Where will you be spending New Year’s Eve ?   If you haven’t decided yet, let usgive you some ideas!  There are many … Continue Reading →

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The Connection Between Animal Violence and Human Violence

We see news of violence acts committed by humans to animals and other humans all the time. On occasion we would hear about how people abuse dogs, cats, and other … Continue Reading →


The Angelina Effect on Breast Surgery

Back in May 2013, Angelina Jolie publicaly announced that she had undergone a double mastectomy surgery after she was tested positive for a mutation in the BRCA1 gene, which significantly … Continue Reading →


Pope Francis is Here!

He is here! On Tuesday, after his visit in Cuba, Pope Francis landed in Joint Base Andrews, marking his first visit in the United States. Upon arrival, he was greeted … Continue Reading →


Women’s Equality Day 2015

  On August 26th, we celebrate Women’s Equality Day.  Through the many advances within the past decades and most recent years, women continue to take steps closer to the ultimate … Continue Reading →