Eyes on Ebony: Must-Reads of the Week
In this weekly feature, we spotlight popular stories from our sister site, Ebony.com.
Check out some of their most buzzed about headlines below. We dub these three links required reading:
[TALK LIKE SEX] Valentine’s Day isn’t to be ‘Survived’: Writer Feminista Jones offers her take on the popular “How to Survive Valentine’s Day” meme. “To be absolutely clear, Valentine’s Day is not the dawning of a world-ending zombie apocalypse. There will be no wormhole that will threaten to engulf half of the human population on ‘”V-Day.'”
[Vintage Vision] The 10 Best Black Beatles Covers of All Time: In honor of the 50th anniversary of the Beatles’ U.S. invasion, writer Michael A. Gonzales shares his favorite Beatles covers by Black artists, such as Marvin Gaye, Natalie Cole, James Brown and more.
[Furthermucker] Nelson George Wants the Funk: Arts & Culture Editor Miles Marshall Lewis dishes on the Vh1 documentary Finding the Funk, which explores the genre’s roots with director Nelson George, D’Angelo, George Clinton and Sly Stone.