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Experience Harlem and Maker’s Mark® Presents Three Days to Support Black-Owned Businesses in America’s Black Mecca Experience Harlem will kick off their 15th Anniversary with a special summer Juneteenth edition of their successful event series, SHOP & SIP HARLEM highlighting … Continue reading
Prominent Atlanta Restaurateurs Pinky Cole of Slutty Vegan ATL and D. Hayes of Big Dave’s Cheesecakes Team Up To Provide Life Insurance For 25,000 Black Men
Two of Atlanta’s fastest-growing restaurateurs, Pinky Cole, CEO and Founder of Slutty Vegan ATL, and D. Hayes, President and CEO of Big Dave’s Cheesesteaks, are merging their philanthropic endeavors yet again. The Pinky Cole Foundation and The David & Derrick … Continue reading
Just five years ago, all eyes were on Louisville as the city came together to pay homage to ‘The Greatest’ as Muhammad Ali was laid to rest in historic Cave Hill Cemetery. To preserve his memory in the year after his passing, Louisville Tourism launched the Footsteps … Continue reading
Incogmeato by Morningstar Farms and Slutty Vegan’s Pinky Cole Collab to Unveil New Plant-Based Chik’n Tenders
The tasty two-some is serving up a one-day only pop-up in Atlanta giving away exclusive menu creations from the Slutty Vegan Kitchen There’s a new bird in town. Here to challenge everything you thought you knew about plant-based chik’n, Incogmeato™ … Continue reading
March is Women’s History Month, and to celebrate, the owners of EastEats are handing their restaurant over to a few of the women keeping this culinary train rolling. And if it doesn’t feel good, they aren’t doing it. First up? … Continue reading