Archive | February, 2016

Press Pen: The Pin Show

The Pin Show (Image courtesy of The Pin Show)

Dear Pennies & Pens, This past weekend, I attended The Pin Show at The Bomb Factory here in Dallas. That said, I present to you Press Pen: The Pin Show. The Pin Show is an annual event that features the latest in locally produced, independent fashion. With over 120 looks from more than 20 designers, The […]

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Pen’s Flicks: It’s Dope Not Whack TV

Dear Pennies & Pens, I’ve been told that I like whack tv. But I’m here to tell you that it’s dope not whack tv. It’s dope because it’s high quality entertainment that teaches you something. Sometimes, it’s a little cheesy but that’s just so you feel all warm and fuzzy inside. That said, I’m going […]

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LOUD.Life: The Dallas Festival of Ideas + Carneal Simmons Opening Reception

Art from Carneal Simmons Gallery (Image by LoudPen)

Dear Pennies & Pens, So apparently, I’m some sort of glutton for punishment because after a hectic Valentine’s Day weekend, I spent another weekend attending and covering more events here in Dallas. But don’t worry, I’m not complaining because all the events I went to were pretty cool. I love going to events because you […]

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LOUD.Life: I hate Valentine’s Day but I love Events

LoudPen (Image by LoudPen)

Dear Pennies & Pens, First off, this month has been insane for me! I have been going to a bunch of different events to network, promote The InkSpot and 8515 as well as observe the event so that I can write about it here on de la Pen…All Pen Everything. That said, today, I wanted […]

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Press Pen: Puma and Shiekh Shoes Celebrate The Launch of The Puma Black History Month Collection

PUMA Black History Month Collection (Photo credit: Charles Jim-George)

Dear Pennies & Pens, A few weeks ago, I was browsing through a Facebook group that I’m in when I discovered that PUMA had created a Black History Month collection. I thought this was super dope because you don’t see many mainstream brands acknowledging Black History. That said, I knew I had to feature the […]

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