Mary J. Blige
We all know shoes is a woman’s best friend. The study, conducted in Great Britain, centered on the relationship women have with their shoes, comparing their shoe memories with their relationship memories. According to Glendon Lloyd, the director of the Tszuji – Shoe Storage Specialists who ordered the study, women will treat their shoes like their best friends, and their memories of their purchases last longer than those of their former lovers.
Out of the 1,000 women questioned for the study, 92% say they remember the first pair of shoes they bought. On the other hand, only 1/3 of those women remembered who gave them their first kiss. 96% confessed that they regretted throwing away a pair of shoes while only 15% regretted having broken up with a boyfriend.
According to the same study, one woman out of 6 owned more than 30 pair of shoes and 1/3 confessed to not having enough space to store them. Read more
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Global Spin Awards 2013
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Celebrity Mansion Soiree
For the past seven years, Edeyo, a non-profit organization based in New York City, has been devoted to providing a high-quality free education, food, water, and social support to the children of the impoverished Bel-Air neighborhood, in Port-au-Prince (Haiti). Since its grassroots beginning in 2007, Edeyo has grown to support a school of 331 elementary school students, providing them with a haven of safety and opportunity. Edeyo also provides full scholarships to 22 high school students, facilitating their path to long-term success. Read more
NY: With a new combination single ‘We’re Lovers’ already gaining traction on various station in the USA, a music video on the immediate horizon and an upcoming promotional trip to the United States, singer Sophia Brown is anticipating a busy second half of 2014. The award winning singer, is also expanding her merchandising line to include items for her male fans. Read more
The 4th Annual Grace Jamaican Jerk Fes
tival – New York
QUEENS, NY – Roy Wilkins Park in Queens, New York will be transformed into a mecca of Jamaican food, music and culture on Sunday, July 20, when the GraceJamaican Jerk Festiva