Jamaican Jerk Chicken and Veggie Stew By Aaris A. Schroeder If you are looking for a tasty island-inspired dinner from Jamaica, I have just the recipe for you, just in time for the One Love One Heart Reggae Festival in Sacramento and the Cali Reggae On The River Festival on the Mateel River in South Humboldt… Continue reading Jamaican Jerk Stew: Chicken and Veggie Where The Spice Is Right!
Our Love Is Real BY Noxie Roxie My life has been One great shoot To freedom bent My life has been One solid choice Once or again Christianity to me Has been a Force A Recon With A fear A Reason Why I Don’t understand Five times it took me Sixth Got me Baby, Love… Continue reading Poetry By: Noxie Roxie // Our Love Is Real
Peace over Pancakes By Delana Lands Contributing Writer and D.B. Stearns Staff Writer & Author of Harmonic Wars The course of the election has brought many issues floating up to the top and lots of emotions. Fear and hate are the most prevalent of the emotions and they only serve to divide further the citizens… Continue reading Peace Over Pancakes
By Aaris A. Schroeder Editor-In-Chief A good friend of mine, Vernon Neely is traveling to Jerusalem with a group “The School of Leadership” through his church, “Father’s House” (Vacaville, CA) for “Encounter Conference” where they will have the chance to better their relationship with GOD, better their leadership skills and have the chance to minister… Continue reading Vacaville Church, ‘Father’s House’ to Send Young People to Jerusalem for ‘Encounter Conference 2017’
What Does “Faded” Mean, Mr. West? By Aaris A. Schroeder Editor-In-Chief Kanye West suprisingly released, “Faded” (The Life of Pablo) recently and I had the chance to watch it during the VMA’s (Video Music Awards) on August 28. This super strange song and video features emcees Ty Dolla $ign and Post Malone. To my amazement,… Continue reading What Does “Faded” Mean, Mr. West?
DJ Khaled and Nas Get It Right With, “Nas Album Done” By Aaris A. Schroeder Editor-In-Chief The video, “Nas Album Done” produced by “L.A.” Reid (EPIC Records) and released by DJ Khaled for his album, “Major Key” featuring Nas is beyond awesome, sampling Lauren Hill of The Fugee’s, “Fu-Gee-La” (’96) in the background (or if… Continue reading DJ Khaled and Nas Get It Right With, “Nas Album Done”
By Siccness Dot Net Contributing Publication Sacramento’s Queen, also known to the world as Marvaless aka Marva Jean. The Central Valley femcee first pierced the West Coast rap scene in 1993, a year after finishing high school, and connecting with the Gangsta Rap Mobfather C-Bo to record her debut album, Ghetto Blues, through AWOL Records.… Continue reading Exclusive: Sacramento’s Queen “Marvaless” Talks New Albums, & More!