Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Totally Ethnik launches its Fall Collection – The Vida Collection

Totally Ethnik launches its Fall collection “THE VIDA” – The Fortress. The collection celebrates the strength and feminity of a woman. TE captures the essence of Africa, and combines it with the best of what the modern world has to offer.The result is a rich, modern and fresh style, full of vitality.


Accessories: By Tebazile

Models: Roselyn Ashkar & Victoria

Photographer: Daniel Sery

Make up: Contours By Valerie Lawson

Monday, August 11, 2014

2 Face Opens Premium Night Club In Lagos

Talk about the hottest night spot in Lagos, Afro Pop Sensation 2 Face opens a new night club in Lagos. Party with the who's who at Rumors Festac Night Club.

2 Face and Crew

Club Address
1st Avenue Beside Aquateria Festac Lagos

Know Your Liberian History: The Book About The Rev.Father James David Kwee Baker

Our Liberian history has to be told. Wriiten by Liberian Historian and Top Educator the late Bertha Baker Azango (daughter of Fr.Baker), get your copy of the amazing novel about The Musician, The Father, The Reverend and The Family Man, Rev.Father James David Kwee Baker and his contribution to Liberian History.

The book will be reproduced and published by Dr. Yede Dennis( daugher of Fr. Baker) in collaboration with Lovette, Mae and Robert Azango (children of Bertha Azango).

About Rev. Father Baker

The Rev. Father James David Kwee Baker was one of the nation’s most outstanding clergymen and founder of St.  Thomas Episcopal Church on Camp Johnson Road, Monrovia.
Fr. Baker, as he was affectionately called, was born to Grebo parents at Hoffman Station, Maryland County on June 17, 1893.  He received his early education at St. Augustine’s Boarding School at Cuttington Collegiate Divinity School (the primary division of Cuttington College and Divinity School).  Cuttington College was established in 1889 by the Protestant Episcopal Church, during the episcopacy of the church’s great Education bishop, Rt. Rev. Samuel David Ferguson.  This visionary bishop, as a young priest in 1881, also established the YMCA of Liberia in Cape Palmas, Africa’s first YMCA.    

Father Baker later entered the College of West Africa (CWA), where he graduated summa cum laude in 1916.    

Did You Know?
Father Baker wrote the school ode for Broomley Mission.

The book will be ready just in time for Christmas. Make sure it's on your Christmas list.