About Chrystal Holmes

My heart broke when I saw this on Variety, so I had to share: Singer Al Jarreau, a multiple Grammy winner known for his smooth voice and scat singing skills on jazz and R&B songs like “Breakin’ Away,” died Sunday in Los Angeles. He was 76. He had been hospitalized recently and cancelled his upcoming tour […]

The New England Patriots beat the Atlanta Falcons in a first time ever tied Super Bowl Game.  Final Score Patriots 34 and Falcons 28.   Entertainment Tonight reveals the top 17 Super Bowl Commercials.  The Audi #DrivePurpose was the tear jerker gender equality message that ranked number one for the night. The average Super Bowl […]

Women’s March on Washington was Global          (more than 60 marches around the world) After fighting the roadblocks, street closings, buses, and out of town folk and people on Thursday during both rush hours, I decided that I would park my car, and take advantage of the convenience of the Metro to go […]

Earlier today we set or clocks back for daylight savings, so we got an extra hour of sleep, which I welcomed! With the fall and winter months upon us, the days are shorter and we have less hours of daylight. So by the time we are driving home from work, it is already dark and […]

  I feel a great sense of pride as Radio One’s Founder and Chairperson, Cathy Hughes is being honored this afternoon by Howard University’s School of Communication. As I type this the School is being named The Cathy Hughes School of Communications. I moved to DC back in 1992, hoping to make it big in […]