Category: Books

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Robin L Chappell: Talks About Being An Author, Artist & Literacy

Robin L Chappell: Talks About Being An Author, Artist & Literacy

Robin L Chappell, an established artist and author talks to inCity Magazine’s Publisher about Literacy and her published Short Stories. Robin L Chappell, a true creative person (artist and author) and community driven leader recently spoke with inCity Magazine about her ambitious drive. Robin talks about her non-profit organization Harmonious Grace, short story entitled “Her...

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How Stan Lee Brought Humanity to Superheroes and Altered the Face of Entertainment

How Stan Lee Brought Humanity to Superheroes and Altered the Face of Entertainment

He didn’t invent comic book heroes, but Marvel’s late mastermind brought them down to earth, creating a universe of ultra-lucrative superhumans whose humanity altered the face of entertainment. There were superheroes before Stan Lee. DC Comics’ Superman and Marvel’s Captain America had been around since the 1930s. But it was Lee — who died Nov....

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Feature Story: Attorney Mixed Up With TRAPPing?

Feature Story: Attorney Mixed Up With TRAPPing?

Feature Story: Attorney Mixed Up With TRAPPing? – inCity Magazine – When our publisher came across this attorney, he said, “We have to write about this!” We hope that you enjoy and support this woman as well! Please introduce yourself and your business to our audience: My name is Tiffany M. Simmons.  I am a...

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A Mere Reality – A Message from a B-Boy

A Mere Reality – A Message from a B-Boy

  New Author Rollie C. Gray Jr. is fresh on the scene with his first book entitled “A Mere Reality – A Chicago Hip Hop Story”. Rollie was inspired to write this book because he wanted to change the perception of young black males. He says, “If the Almighty gave me the ability to create...

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“Black Coffee” Wakes Up Social Advocacy For Black Men

“Black Coffee” Wakes Up Social Advocacy For Black Men

 Atlanta Author R.L. Byrd has utilized his passion for writing to provide a voice from the African-American male’s multifaceted perspective on love, life & more. In his newest fictional release, Black Coffee, the Brothers break their silence on some of the most pressing social issues challenging today’s black males: Disproportionate homicide rates, unintentional injuries, suicide,...