Tatiana Brown

  • October 12, 2019By Tatiana Brown

    A few days ago, Twitter’s admired celebrity, @emoblackthot, tweeted that they were going to reveal their identity soon in an ominous tweet. Their followers were ecstatic. People will finally found out who is behind Twitter’s most prominent self-care and self-love account. https://twitter.com/emoblackthot/status/1182016426577743879?s=21 Then on, October 11, 2019, at 10:04 AM @emoblackthot tweeted a link to

  • September 15, 2019By Tatiana Brown

    Yesterday, September 14th, marked the 36th birthday of the late Amy Winehouse. English singer-songwriter Winehouse was known for having deep, contralto vocals. She dabbled in a mix of musical genres, including soul (blue-eyed soul and neo-soul), R&B and jazz. Her debut album, Frank (2003,) was nominated for Brit Awards and became widely popular in the United

  • August 31, 2019By Tatiana Brown

    Coming-of-age films; which showcase the transition from adolescence into adulthood through legal, sexual, spiritual or emotional maturity; have been a part of every generation. The American people literally grew up with this genre of film. Hollywood gave us Rebel Without a Cause, starring heartthrob James Dean, in 1955. The ’80s and ’90s gave us many

  • July 20, 2019By Tatiana Brown

    Twenty-year-old Sabrina Carpenter (Girl Meets World, The Hate U Give) released the second part of her third album at midnight and it is everything you want in an album. The first part of the album, Singular: Act I came out last November, with her hit singles being “Almost Love” and “Sue Me”. According to Carpenter, the second

  • July 16, 2019By Tatiana Brown

    Today, at 11:30 ET, presenters Ken Jeong (The Hangover series, Crazy Rich Asians, Dr. Ken) and D’Arcy Carden (Barry and The Good Place) came together to announce the nominees for the 71st Primetime Emmy Awards. The actual ceremony will be on Sunday, September 22 at the Microsoft Theater and will be aired live on FOX. As of right now, a host

  • July 5, 2019By Tatiana Brown

    I recently read the New York Times bestselling novel, One of Us is Lying, and I wholeheartedly agree with the reviews above about the novel. The book is a fast-paced, read-in-one-sitting crime thriller about four students — Bronwyn, Addy, Nate, and Cooper — who are stuck in detention and witness the untimely, yet suspicious murder of Simon,

  • July 4, 2019By Tatiana Brown

    Warning: This article is NOT spoiler free!!!!! Netflix’s biggest show is back this Independence Day! The kids from Hawkins, Indiana return to defeat the wicked, freakish Mind Flayer who’s hellbent on destroying the world. The second season ended with a school dance, celebrating the end of the Demogorgon. The new season begins with the corrupt

  • June 27, 2019By Tatiana Brown

    On My Block is the most binge-watched show of 2018. It revolves around four teenagers of color in a coming-of-age story filled with tragedy, romance, gang violence and poverty in South Central Los Angeles. The show has a large audience and has been receiving great reviews. Despite the show’s popularity, the four main stars of

  • June 24, 2019By Tatiana Brown

    Summer break is here and it is a great time to dive deeper into the world of literature. Reading reduces stress, expands your vocabulary, improves your memory, and most importantly, it provides entertainment. And courtesy of the Barnes and Nobles Summer Reading List for Teens and Young Adults, here are five highly recommended novels to

  • May 1, 2019By Tatiana Brown

    The fashion industry is a very white-dominated and Eurocentric industry even in the 21st century. The greatest fashion designers, such as Vivienne Westwood, Alexander McQueen, Christian Louboutin and Michael Kors, all happen to be white. Black fashion designers have small voices that deserve to be heard in such a huge industry. Here’s a look at

  • March 26, 2019By Tatiana Brown

    Last week, Emmy-nominated actress Emilia Clarke, who is best known for her role in Game of Thrones, revealed her battle with brain damage. On Thursday, The New Yorker posted a long, heartfelt article written by Clarke herself talking about her brain aneurysms, brain surgeries and even suicidal thoughts she experienced. Clarke opens the article with a reflection

  • March 22, 2019By Tatiana Brown

    Trigger Warning: Mentions of Sexual Assault and Pedophilia The #MeToo movement went viral in October 2017 and since then many men, such as Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey, Ed Westwick, and Louis C.K., have been exposed and brought down for committing heinous sex crimes, including sexual abuse and rape. And in July of last year, Walt