Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Beyoncé "Formation" World Tour Dates



NORTH AMERICA:
4/27 – Miami, FL @ Marlins Park (Onsale 2/16)
4/29 – Tampa, FL @ Raymond James Stadium (Onsale 2/16)
5/1 – Atlanta, GA @ Georgia Dome (Onsale 2/22)
5/3 – Raleigh, NC @ Carter-Finley Stadium (Onsale 2/22)
5/5 – Nashville, TN @ Nissan Stadium (Onsale 2/22)
5/7 – Houston, TX @ NRG Stadium (Onsale 2/22)
5/9 – Dallas, TX @ AT&T Stadium (Onsale 2/16)
5/12 – San Diego, CA @ Qualcomm Stadium (Onsale 2/16)
5/14 – Los Angeles, CA @ Rose Bowl (Onsale 2/16)
5/16 – San Francisco, CA @ Levi’s Stadium (Onsale 2/22)
5/18 – Seattle, WA @ CenturyLink Field (Onsale 2/22)
5/20 – Edmonton, AB @ Commonwealth Stadium (Onsale 2/16)
5/23 – Minneapolis, MN @ TCF Bank Stadium (Onsale 2/22)
5/25 – Toronto, ON @ Rogers Centre (Onsale 2/16)
5/27 – Chicago, IL @ Soldier Field (Onsale 2/16)
5/29 – Detroit, MI @ Ford Field (Onsale 2/22)
5/31 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Heinz Field (Onsale 2/22)
6/3 – Boston, MA @ Gillette Stadium (Onsale 2/16)
6/5 – Philadelphia, PA @ Lincoln Financial Field (Onsale 2/16)
6/7 – New York, NY @ Citi Field (Onsale 2/16)
6/10 – Baltimore, MD @ M&T Bank Stadium (Onsale 2/16)
6/12 – Hershey, PA @ Hersheypark Stadium (Onsale 2/16)

EUROPE:
6/28 – Sunderland, UK @ Stadium of Light (Onsale 2/16)
6/30 – Cardiff, UK @ Millennium Stadium (Onsale 2/16)
7/2 – London, UK @ Wembley Stadium (Onsale 2/16)
7/5 – Manchester, UK @ Emirates Old Trafford (Onsale 2/16)
7/7 – Glasgow, UK @ Hampden Park (Onsale 2/16)
7/9 – Dublin, IE @ Croke Park (Onsale 2/15)
7/12 – Dusseldorf, DE @ Esprit Arena (Onsale 2/22)
7/14 – Zurich, CH @ Letzigrund (Onsale 2/22)
7/16 – Amsterdam, NE @ Arena (Onsale 2/15)
7/18 – Milan, IT @ Stadio San Siro (Onsale 2/15)
7/21 – Paris, FR @ Stade de France (Onsale 2/15)
7/24 – Copenhagen, DK @ Parken (Onsale 2/22)
7/26 – Stockholm, SE @ Friends Arena (Onsale 2/15)
7/29 – Frankfurt, DE @ Commerzbank Arena (Onsale 2/15)
7/31 – Brussels, BE @ Roi Boudoin (Onsale 2/22)

Friday, December 25, 2015

[WHAT’S NEW BALTIMORE?] THE INCREDIBLE CREATION SUCCESSFULLY BIRTHS #THEINCREDIBLELITTLEARTGALLERY

theilag

Once again the creative brand, The Incredible Creation has propelled in to the right direction with a successful kickoff of  The Incredible Little Art Gallery. On December 19th Founder, Milly, Co-founder of The Incredible Art Gallery, Jerrell Gibbs and fellow partners opened the doors to an art gallery displaying the art and creative works of multiple talents. One of the focuses for The Incredible Little Art Gallery is to be one of the best young African-American Owned art galleries inBaltimore,Maryland. Diversity is another key attribute of the art gallery as it will feature a plethora of work from painters, photographers, sculptors and more. The Incredible Little Art Gallery possesses a variety of artistic styles such assurrealism, contemporary, photo-realismabstract, and pop art
Photographer, Russell Bunn (@imagesnybunn on all social media) showing off his work.

3 Ways We Ruin Relationships?

No matter who you are, what you do, who you know, we’ve all ruined relationships. But to be honest, we probably didn’t mean to. To be even more honest, we probably don’t know how we do it. Sadly, many of us continue to destroy our relationships and we can’t stop.


Let’s look at the word ruin. Webster defines it as “to deliberately destroy or damage”
Unfortunately, on top of this many of us are masters of sabotage. We ironically destroy the vital pieces of our own lives. Our careers, our friendships, our integrity, and even our trust. But if one thing is true, it’s that relationships are a critical component to our health and happiness – not just intimate relationships, but all friends, family, and co-workers.
If you struggle with relationships, you struggle with life.
Early childhood plays a heavy role here. All of us, to some degree, have experienced damage and learned behaviors that result in brokenness and mistrust for others. It’s made us skeptical, weary, critical, fearful, and worried. A re-learning of how to relate, how to connect, and how to love, is required.
Here are just 3 Ways (of many) we Ruin Relationships – and How to Stop:

Why we Should have Sex Every Day.

sexy couple

Okay, we are all adults here, so let’s be honest.

Everyone loves sex. We do.
Our bodies were made with the capacity not just to reproduce, but to thoroughly enjoy a good romping as well.
But did you know that great sex can actually improve our health and give us a higher quality of life?
Here are a few reasons to go get your groove on every day!
An orgasm a day keeps the doctor away.
People who have sex at least two times a week, have more of the good stuff that fights off bad germs and viruses. Apparently, rigorous sex is best.
So, go strap on your cowboy boots, because things are about to get rowdy!
Not only will sex help you stay cold-free, regular sex has also been shown to lower prostate cancer levels in men, and improve joint function. A joint lubricating hormone is released during foreplay and orgasm, which helps keep joints flexible and healthy.
But don’t worry gals, there’s something in it for you too! Studies have shown that women who orgasm on a regular basis tend to have shorter and less painful menstrual periods—as if you needed another reason to pounce on your partner.
By releasing those feel-good chemicals in our bodies during a good love making session, we actually give ourselves a boost to stay healthy and function better. That way, we can save our sick days for playing hooky with our lover instead of nursing a bad cold.
Say Om.
Being able to harness our breath and breathe deep to relax is an important skill, but did you know that people who engage in sex in a regular basis have lower blood pressure and a dramatically decreased risk of heart attack?

Sunday, December 6, 2015

We are officially opening The Incredible Little Art Gallery in Baltimore, MD!



BALTIMORE, MD - December 6, 2015 -- The Incredible Creation is officially opening The Incredible Little Art Gallery on December 19, 2015. The gallery is located at 823 East Baltimore Street (Doors A&B). The Incredible Little Art Gallery strives to be the youngest African-American-Owned Art Gallery in Baltimore. The gallery will provide opportunities for aspiring painters, sculptors, photographers, etc. The criteria for such opportunities are based on participant’s talent, artistic individuality and level of discipline. The Incredible Creation founder, Milly Vanderwood, believes that artists from all mediums should be able to display their talents, regardless of traditional standards of the "art spectrum".  
 
The diversity of artists featured in The Incredible Little Art Gallery's "opening reception" is attributed to the centralized downtown location. The artists selected have varying backgrounds, as well as, a wide array of personalities, which results in the gallery encompassing an interesting cultural mix. It houses various styles of art such as surrealism, contemporary, pop art, photo-realism and abstract. Guests will have the opportunity to be introduced to the gallery’s featured artists.  
 
The Incredible Creation is not just an art gallery, but also an independent creative brand. In fact, Milly Vanderwood, works one-on-one with visual and recording artists to help jump-start their careers, by providing them with management and mentorship. Jerrell Gibbs, co-founder of The Incredible Little Art Gallery, explains that, “What we want to do is provide a platform for artists of all races, genders and ethnic backgrounds, to be able to have their work seen by the masses”. 
 
Contact: Milly Vanderwood
Cell: ​410 504 9249

Trailer: Barber Shop 3 (The Next Cut)


(Video) Ghostface Killah vs. Action Bronson: The Video Game



"Despite the Action Bronson and Ghostface Killah feud having gone rather quiet following its spark this summer, we are reminded of such situation’s funnier sides when the internet hits back with its ever-unique retort. Despite still only being a demo, Swamp Penguins has created a hilarious, 8-bit game where you must play as Action Bronson trying to escape Ghostface Killah’s giant, floating head. The mini-game is set in the 36 Chambers and features various motifs from the feud including Twitter symbols that need to be collected. Enjoy the demo video above and click here to play it for yourself."

(Video) A World... Without Black People?!


Sunday, November 29, 2015

Podcast: "I Got 4 Babymova's (And They All Pay My Bills)"



Saturday, November 28, 2015

(Visual) A Short Film About Baltimore Club Music