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While there are many nail artists and technicians in the industry, Black nail techs are genuinely in a league of their own.
Devin and Simone, Photos by Jermme
Here at BLAC, we celebrate Black love in a series called 'BLAC Wedding Bliss' Every Wednesday highlighting Detroit's most recent representations of Black love on their wedding day.
we are delighted to recommend some black-owned home vacation rentals that provide the homely, cozy, relaxing, and safe experience we all desire when traveling. We will look at some of the best places to stay across many different states to give you a wide array of options as you venture out on your next trip.
In partnership with Chevrolet, Pensole Lewis College announced the Cars + Kicks Masterclass open enrollment for students who want to be challenged to create designs in both sneakers and cars. The application process closes on January 29, 2023. This five-week masterclass includes both online and in person sessions to take...
Art collecting isn’t something you want to jump into. Do your research, take your time and immerse yourself in Detroiti's art culture.
We’ve put together our favorite Protective Style winter looks to make it easy to show your stylist. 
We are looking for the brightest storytellers to Work with Editor in Chief Darralynn Hutson for a 12-week Editorial Apprenticeship. 
"This year's Ski Summit included 1600 registered attendees, likely a similar number of "renegades" or non-registered attendees.   There will be about 100 attendees from the UK, says Johnson. "The Detroit Chapter Jim Dandy estimate is about 50 members."
Black-Owned Activewear Brands to Shop Ahead of Your Next Sweat Session
Now it's time to get acquainted with the Black-owned activewear brands on the market that are athlete (and model) approved.
Telfar Wallets Dropped — Here's Where You Can Buy Them
Thanks to a rise of activism and social awareness due to protests happening around the country, Black businesses have been experiencing an uptick in sales. The Telfar bag has been one of the big winners in the Buy Black boom.
A true and impactful path to lasting support for Black women entrepreneurs is for there to be diverse faces that exist among decision-makers at every level of the innovation ecosystem.
Metro Detroiters and hair professionals recommend these seven local beauty spots for everything from Box Braids to Havana Twists
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