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Behind the Dancer Eyes: Kimberly Gipson

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Written by  Brittany Rodgers Wednesday, 09 March 2011 16:02

Previously seen in Beyonce’s “Ego” video and currently a dance teacher for her company “Kimmestry,” Kimberly Gipson says dreams do come true when you consistently work hard.

March/April New Album Releases

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Written by  Administrator Wednesday, 09 March 2011 14:35
By GMO Staff

One on One with Vonzell "Baby V" Solomon

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Written by  Songine' Clarke Tuesday, 08 March 2011 14:34

Vonzell “Baby V” Solomon was the second runner-up in the fourth season of the FOX Television series, “American Idol.” From the small town of Fort Meyer, Fla., Vonzell has been doing so much since “American Idol.” She is currently on tour with “Burn the Floor,” a musical traveling across the country, and she has an album coming out this summer.

You Know Her Moves: Profile of Dancer Ashley Everett

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Written by  Mirika With Tuesday, 04 January 2011 17:46

Every day we make decisions. Should I hit the snooze or get ready? Should go to the gym today? What am I going to eat for dinner? Most of the decisions we make don’t have that much of an impact in our lives, but every once in a while a decision will come that will affect our lives to the highest extent. For Ashley Everett, this decision was the choice between attending Julliard or touring with Beyonce.

Patrice D. Howard: Author on the Rise

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Written by  Brittany Rodgers Tuesday, 04 January 2011 16:33

Patrice D. Howard is a writer, professor, and mentor in her local community, and with her debut novel What Happens in My House, she is tackling the taboo subjects that plague families everywhere.

Author Aliya S. King

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Written by  Frances Moffett Tuesday, 04 January 2011 16:06

Aliya S. King has lived almost every journalist’s dream—to write for national publications, win an award for a story featured in one of them and then to write a book—or three.

Like most people, photographer Michael Schmelling set out with a plan, an idea for a book that he wanted to publish. Using Outkast’s record, “Aquemini” as inspiration, Schmelling’s initial intent was to publish a photo book that would somehow mirror or pay homage to Big Boi and Andre 3000’s hard work that came in the form of their 1998 hit.