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Madamn Kimma Wreh: New Liberian Fashion Ambassador: Leading Over 15 Liberian Tailors to the AU Fashion Show in Paris, France

Berenice Mulubah | September 24, 2015 2:15AM
Liberian tailors under the banner, Liberia National Tailors, Textiles, Garment and Allied Workers Union (LNTTGAWU) are preparing to participant in the African Union Fashion Designer Show for the first time in Paris, France in November.
The Secretary-General of the LNTTGAWU, Anthony B. Taweh, said over 15 Liberian professional tailors will join Liberia’s Fashion Ambassador, Madam Kimma Wreh, currently based in the United States of America to participate in the fashion show in Paris on 21 November. Madam Wreh is an award-winning Liberian fashion designer and founder of Tekay Designs mc, an international fashion label (founded in 1998) with manufacturing in Huston and West Africa. The textile designer trade fair is expected to bring together fashion designers from Africa, America, Europe and Asia.
Addressing a regular press briefing Tuesday, 22 September at the Ministry of Information on Capitol Hill, Anthony said the Africa Fashion Reception …

2015 Election Results - Union of Liberia Association In Americas ULAA

Berenice Mulubah | September 20, 2015 5:30AM

After nine hours of counting ballots, the Liberian Union in  America election commissions announced the results of the 2015 election.  Congradulations to the winners.







Varney Sackie: Elected Northern Region VP 2015 (photo not avilable)




Martin Freeman: Elected Financial Secretary 2015 (photo not avilable)











G-Rize's Style & Fashion: So Fresh, So Clean

Berenice Mulubah | September 17, 2015 6:30


G-Rize's fashion gets as much attention as his music. He is always fresh and well dressed.  Even when the artist is dressed down, he comes out looking sharp.  G-Rize is the only Liberian male artist nominated for the West African Fashion Awards Best Fashionable Artist, like his peer Munnah, who is the only female Liberian artist nominated for the West African Fashion Awards Best Fashionable Artist. G-rize has set the style bar pretty high for his peers.  Let's check out his wardrobe.











Why is Munnah Nominated for West African Fashion Awards: Fashion Wreck or Fashionista

Berenice Mulubah | September 14, 2015 6:00 AM 
Munnah aka Lib Princess is one of the most talked about Liberian artists in the business.  Her voice is amazing; the girl can sing. She has been nominated many times for her music and has won several awards, but her voice is not the only thing that keeps her in the news.   You have to add her sense of style to the list of things to talk about.  Munnah is nominated for the West African fashion Awards Best Female Fashionable Celebrity.  She earned this nomination.  The artist fashion has made headlines on social media many times, from fully clothed to unclothed.   Check out why Munnah is nominated with the rest of these female celebrities:  FASHIONABLE CELEBRITY OF THE YEAR(FEMALE) This award goes to the most fashionable female celebrity of the year 2016.
Nominees Lydia Forson(Ghana)
Sandra Ankobiah(Ghana)
Christabel Ekeh(Ghana)
Munnah(Liberia)
Ariyike Akinbobola(Nigeria)
Yemi Alade(Nigeria)
Linda Ikeji(Nigeria)
Beatrice Bee Arthur(Ghana)

The Death of Ras Kay Shocks the Liberian Entertainment Industry

Berenice Mulubah | September 13, 2015 5:00 PM

Ras Kay was a popular Rastafarian. He was one of the hottest  DJ's on air, charming his way into the hearts of his fans on Truth FM radio station.   With a truly heavy heart, Liberian entertainers, friends and family across the board, paid tributes to this son of the soil, using their Facebook walls to write heartwarming goodbye messages.   Ras Kay died in his home on the morning of September 12, 2015, from stroke.  
  Rest in Peace, great one.

Liberia vs Tunisia: Liberia Wins

Berenice Mulubah | September 5, 2015 5:30
Liberia took on Tunisia today in a make or break 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium (ATS).  Liberia pulled off a 1-0 victory over Tunisia.   Twenty-six players were trained under the watchful eyes of coach James Salinsa Debbah and his technical staff that includes deputy coach Kelvin Sebwe, trainer Joe Armstrong Nagbe, under-23 head coach Thomas Kojo and goalkeeper coach Lucretius Togba.  It was a historic occasion for Liberia, winning on the day that the country hosted its first international football match since the lifting of Ebola ban.


Francis Forkey Doe lifted the nation spirit when he scored a goal the last  11 minutes of the game.  The result gave Liberia their first points in Group A.Togo lead the standings after their victory in Djibouti, the team who are rock bottom without a point.

US$3,000 Arts and Culture Grant Started For Liberian Musicians

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Berenice Mulubah, a Liberian writer and self-described “culture activist” who runs the popular Liberian culture blog C Liberia Clearly is receiving submissions for an Arts and Culture Grant for US$3,000 to help a Liberian musician create a professional music video. The grant is open to Liberian musicians both in Liberia and the diaspora. Contestants must submit a song they have made, as well as a concept for a music video to accompany it. Mulubah, who is currently funding the grant herself but looking for supporters to donate to it, will select which artist has the strongest song and concept. The deadline to apply for the grant is  October 31.
“The industry is really struggling,” Mulubah said. “The grant is my way of working toward improving the industry.”
C Liberia Clearly’s mission is “to promote Liberian Arts and Culture,” according to Mulubah. “A good 80 percent is on musicians and actors and actresses, fashion, the movie industry,” she said. “100 percent is…

2.2 Million Liberian Dollars Rewarded To Two Customers By Winners Inc

Berenice Mulubah | September 3, 2015 7:30 AM Eric Robinson and Sylvester Wounuah  gambled with Winners Inc in LAC, Grand Bassa County and won; each receiving $1,116,180, making it the largest cash ever won from a 30 LD bet, since Winners Inc started operating in 2010.  “I’m very happy for them because the more we have people winning like this, the more customers we have. At winners Inc, if you win any amount we pay everything in full” Mr. Batshon told a team of reporters Tuesday.
 Eric Robinson originally placed the ticket betting against Liverpool, Derby County, Zenit St. Petersburg, Sparta Moscow and Austria Vienna for 30 Liberian dollars which accumulated up to LD$ 1,116, 180.  Robinson then encouraged his friend Sylvester Wounuah, to take the same ticket which he did without hesitation, making them millionaires.
The two lucky winners, who are all employees of the Liberia Agriculture Company, could not hide their joy when speaking to the media as they were all beaming with smiles.