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Cicely V. Teal

Cicely V. Teal

Cicely V. Teal graduated from Northeastern Illinois University with a B.A. in Communication and Depaul Univeristy with a M.A in Journalism. She contributed to and maintained a column at N’Digo Magapaper, and wrote for Urban Influence Magazine, Breaking Tweets, The DePaulia and The Independent. She also worked on documentary projects at WTTW channel 11, children’s television programming at WCIU-TV and African American programming at Central City Productions.

She is a blogger and studies web analytics, social networking strategies and integrated marketing at the University of Chicago.


She can be contacted at Cicely@glossmagazineonline.com

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Down Home Chicago Eating

Published in News
Tuesday, 03 March 2009 14:00

There is nothing like filling your belly with a delectable meal that seems to sooth the soul and satisfy the palate. Located in the historic Bronzeville area, Chicago’s Home of Chicken and Waffles promises to tantalize the taste buds with food reminiscent of grandma’s cooking.

The Beauty of Giving

Published in Featured Articles
Saturday, 03 January 2009 11:29

In this present condition, where the recession has plagued many people with feelings of instability and pessimism, trying to find just a simple beacon of hope appears to be a despairing journey.  However, in the crevices of unpredictability still lies ‘the want’ to give.

Each issue of GlossMagazineOnline will present to you black women who have made an impact on society and those who have tread meticulously in their path. African American women in every era from slavery to civil rights, politics to business, and sports to entertainment have set a prevailing path for the next generation of history makers.  Black women have been globally venerated and are truly exemplary.

Published in Fashion & Beauty
Sunday, 09 November 2008 20:44
By Cicely V. Teal
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