An inside look into the Smart Cookies: Chefs Above the Rest Fundraiser I attended
Come and join me next Thursday at the Old Angle at 6:30 pm for fun evening with fellow Cleveland ladies.
I created this event to have a safe space of local girls to meet new ladies where we share our dating horror stories, laugh at the men we used to date, support one another. and cheers to still being fabulous!
We will also have a special table for tarot card reading by Ohio City’s legendary Ray Crochet.
If you’re available, stop by, have a drink and meet some fearless ladies.
PS you do not have to be a single gal to attend!
Hope to see and meet you there!
An inside look of the Banyan Tree's holiday party and collection reveal.
When I was about 9 years old, I used all my allowance money to purchase my first hip-hop album, OutKast's ATLiens. From that moment on, I have been a huge fan of OutKast, to the point where on even my Tinder profile I asked "Speakerboxxx or The Love Below?" as an ice breaker. I love Big Boi's lyrical flow and love Andre 3000's eclectic sense of style and rhyme scheme. Although I've been a fan for years, I have never had the chance to see them perform live.
Last night, I received free tickets to see 1/2 of OutKast, Big Boi performed at the House of Blues Cleveland. It was my first Monday back from vacation, I was drained from reading emails all day, and wasn't mentally prepared to attend a live concert, and then at 4 pm my friend Jackie and I decided to just go.
Big Boi performed a compilation of his solo material and OutKast's well known hits. The level of energy from the crowd, Big Boi and Sleepy Brown was nothing like I've seen before at the House of Blues Cleveland. I was beyond ecstatic that Big Boi performed most of my favorite Outkast tracks, including "Ghetto Musick," "Rosa Parks," and "International Players Anthem (I Choose You)" (which is essentially a UGK track.) I was disappointed he didn't perform "Elevators" or "SpottieOttieDopaliscious".
For a Manic Monday, Big Boi brought the ATL and nostalgia to Cleveland and it was perfect.