(Photo Credit: Zumba)
Zumba fitness recently joined the worldwide movement to merge philanthropy and fitness. They created The Great Calorie Drive to help end world hunger, which secures donations through participation in Zumba fitness classes. You are required to download the Zumba application to your smartphone. When you arrive at your Zumba class [...]
Lesley M.M. Blume
A week or so ago, I introduced my readers to New York Jewelry Designer, Lisa Salzer of Lulu Frost who is on The Vogue 100 with me. Thus far, the roster of 100 accomplished women hand-selected by Vogue to be part of The Vogue 100 has been unpublished and secretive. [...]
Helen Kestler and Cyla Weiner at SyLene of Washington
Cyla Weiner and her sister, Helen Kestler grew up around lingerie. They spent their weekends and school vacations working in their parents’ New Jersey lingerie shop. Cyla came to Washington to attend American University, and after college she worked as a buyer for [...]
Lisa Salzer (photo courtesy of Style.com)
I plan to highlight as many of my fellow The Vogue 100 members as possible over the coming months.
Today, I’d like my readers to meet Lisa Salzer of Lulu Frost. Lisa fell in love with jewelry and design through her grandmother, Elizabeth Frost who worked [...]
Vice Mayor Kerry Donley, Dr. Nia Perkins, Mayor William D. Euille, Redella S. “Del” Pepper, president and CEO of the Alexandria Chamber of Commerce Tina Leone and Dr. Elton Vyfhuis. (Photo Credit: Stephen Bobb of FidoJournalism.com)
For those that didn’t attend “A Day in the Park” last Saturday, which marked the opening of [...]
Brandon Rease, Kareem Rosser, Kevin Jones, Daymar Rosser, Richard Prather
Lezlie Hiner (photographed at left speaking at The Courage Cup’s Courage & Hope Gala in 2008) embodies “passionate living”. She has taken polo, the ”sport of kings,” to help Philadelphia at-risk youth stay in school. Many would ask, “Why polo?” [...]
Stacey Vaeth Gonzalez
What got you interested in photography?
I read a very interesting article by Vanessa Williams on The Root today. She writes, “It’s true: A lot of black women fell for Barack Obama the moment they saw his wife. If a black president represents change, a dark-skinned first lady is straight-up revolutionary.” Having grown up in the South, I am [...]