Friday, May 28, 2010

Saturday in the park...

The Malcolm X Festival was a great day in the park. In the backdrop of nature and color and music and dance and culture, I am enriched. Culturally and spiritually, I was moved. I was satiated as I took it all in. Words fail me but we did manage to capture some great images of the day. Check them out at

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Black on Black Rhyme Turned It Up

Black on Black Rhyme really turned it up with passionate spoken word. They were at Club 281, jazz joint in Atlanta. The Garden was there too. Check it out Pangea's Garden.

Thursday, May 20, 2010

The 21st Annual Malcolm X Festival in Atlanta…

The event will be held at West End Park – Atlanta, GA on May 22, 2010. Details on this event as well as the After Party and in The Pangea's Garden Project at

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

earthSista Violet's debut captures are graciously styled by Nobella Creations

Check out her 51 captures at

Sunday, May 16, 2010

The artistic vision of BAC...

Childress Photography shares its artistic vision through several images in the blog at

If you haven't been there yet, check it out. Registration is FREE.

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Pangea's Events...

Check out the event calendar for upcoming events in the month May! And if you are have events that you KNOW we left out drop us a note and let us know.

Sunday, May 2, 2010

Dara gives us room to breathe...

Dara steps into the Garden with a creatively pensive reflection on the performances of the spoken word troupe Black On Black Rhyme at Studio 281 in Atlanta.

I was there grabbing a few shots and enjoying the moving performances. You can check out the whole set and grab more details on the group and Studio 281 at

Hershey and ButtahFly…pool happy

One earthSista racks up the balls while the other grabs a cue, chalks it up and studies the table intensely. But it’s all in fun as an intimate, tongue-in-cheek game of strip pool begins between the two.

Check it out at

Saturday, May 1, 2010

Scottie Lowe talks about African Centered Sexuality...

In her usually provocative manner, Scottie brings to light some harsh truths while offering her perspective on how we can better deal with those truths at


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