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FEB 2005 - APR 2005
Volume 11 Number 1

amari young

COVER CREDITS

Jacksonville's Amari Young wears traditional western-styled clothes from Talbots.  She strikes a delicate balance  between western and African-styled fashions on page 24.  Photography by Kevin Radford.

COVER STORY
24 Striking a Delicate Balance

Washington, D.C.-based contemporary wearable art designer Millée Spears share her secrets on striking a delicate balance between the use of traditional textiles, culture and art, with contemporary fashion, function, and fit.

FOCUS: Supporting Roles
22 Bernard Oyama, Retailer - Harlem

23 Pedrica Mendez, Designer - Jacksonville

24  Striking a Delicate Balance

27 Shayla Simpson, Consultant - Atlanta

FEATURE
28 The First to Die - The Story of Jeannette Winters, the first woman to die in the American War on Terrorism

DEPARTMENTS 
4  LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

THE PUBLISHER’S POINT
5 Move on Up a Little Higher

PRAISING THE PAST
6 Ann Cole Lowe

THE OTHER SIDE
7 Unintended Consequences

The Middle Passage:  A Story of Survival
8 Love Turned to Fatal Attraction

PARENTING
9 The 5 "R's" of Educating Your Young Child About Etiquette

MONEY TALKS
10 Your  Personal Spending Style

OUR SPACE
12 To Sit or Not to Sit:  A New Look at the Ottoman

TRAVEL
14 Jacksonville, Florida

HEALTH
16  Erectile Dysfunction

18 Sex Addiction

RECIPE
29 Cooking with Bacon

POETRY PIER
30 Abortion

BOOK REVIEW     
31 Angel in Harlem

ADVERTISERS LIST
32 Use this list to find our advertisers quickly

COMING UP
32 Black Memorabilia Show and Sale, and more

ENTERTAINMENT 32 Secrets of the Soul       and Ascension


amari young wearing Mille Spears of Khismet Wearable Art

khismet wearable art
khismet wearable art