By Jeanie Summerville Whatz up, babies? You now, time really flies when you’re having fun embracing the beauty of life. But, I know that it’s hard to do that, if you’re experiencing something that brings pain and sorrow. So at this time, I’d like to say, my heart goes out to you and if I […]
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Story and Photos by Jeanie Summerville (except as otherwise noted–thanks to Young Lions Media Group for additional photos) Whatz up babies? As promised, here are more photos and information from the Velvet Rope Beauty & Barber Battle and Community Exposition event (Click here to read my spotlight which appears in the April 9 edition of […]
Story & Photos By Jeanie Summerville Whatz up babies? On Sunday night March 23, I was greatly anticipating 7 p.m. because at Link’s Wonderland, this wonderful event was going to take place and I’ve never attended such an event as this before. So, I’m excited to see what I was going to see and hear […]
UP CLOSE WITH JEANIE Whatz up babies? As always, I hope, all is well with you and yours and that you’re still taking time out to bring yourselves and others some joy, happiness, beauty and some form of peace of mind as we travel on our journey of love, to get to know one another […]
By Jeanie Summerville Whatz up, babies? As always, I hope all is well with you and yours and that, you’re still taking some time out of your days to bring yourselves and others some happiness because all of you deserve it, on our journey of love. On that note, your Women’s History Month Specialty Page […]
Hello, Frost Illustrated readers. I’m Wendy Robinson and I’m the superintendent of Fort Wayne Community Schools.
By Jeanie Summerville Whatz up, babies? It pleases me so, that this Month is Women’s History Month because some spectacular, wonderful and dynamic women are being spotlighted for you. These women have enhanced our lives, our children’s lives, our relatives and friends lives and so many others lives, in one form or another. You need […]
Whatz up babies? For Black History Month, I wanted to bring you something special. So, I did and here it is: Your very own Black History Month Page that consists of beautiful messages from the Rev. Donovan Coley, the Rev. Gary and Crystal Bush and the Rev. David Moore to enlighten your spirits in the name […]
The MLK Club gave away four $1,000 scholarships to high school students Kalisha T. Goree, Brittni L. Clopton, Jenna L. Klinedinst and Tiara A. Poindexter.