Tales of a Renaissance Woman: Interview With Poet & Playwright – Amina Henry


“It’s really important for me to encourage a diversity of perspectives in theater, which I think will lead to a greater understanding of who we ALL are. I’m also really interested in pushing tough conversations so that we can get closer to answers the answers about who we are and where we are going as humans.” – Amina Henry

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Baba Ngoma’s Masterpiece: Lessons from the Book of Osayemi (Chapter 1)


Greetings! I would like to welcome all to Blue Steel Magazine. If this is your first time here, please feel free to review some of our previous articles and share some of your […]

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Interview With Janet LaBelle: The New First Lady Of Soul


Nowadays, good music is hard to find. It seems odd to say this, but I have long noted that things like this happen when materialism infects the world. Good music […]

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The Crowned Emperor of Indian Soul Music: Kishore Kumar


Long before the rise of Bhangra music, soulful melodies and the legendary voice of Kishore Kumar enchanted millions globally. Born Abhas Kumar Ganguly, Kishore Kumar is most remembered for his contributions as a lyricist, […]

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