We Are Soulidifly Productions
Inside Soulidifly’s “production house” in Richmond,VA, four men representing different generations sit down to give an overview of the company’s creative output over the last couple of years. At the center is Chairman and CEO BK Fulton. He’s flanked by his team Queon “Q” Martin, Nicholas Powell, and Monty Ross. The camera starts to roll and BK begins the interview with, “We’re just a bunch of guys trying to bring something positive to the world.” Read More . . .
Coviello Salinès Take’s First Place
Coviello Salinès knows he’s on to something big. His product and brand, Amour Genève, is more than just wine with an “electric blue” hue. It is an inspiration for those dreamers to keep going. His work is a gleam of hope in the midst of tragedy. He has taken first place by creating something the world has never seen. Read More . . .
Susan Ragland’s Vibrant Urban Folk Art
Susan Ragland has an eye for the glowing and dynamic. It shows in her artwork. She’s a self-taught artist with origins in Washington, DC. Her art style falls under the category of urban folk art, a name she coined to describe her art. “Urban folk art describes work that’s hip, cool and contemporary. I’m a non-classically trained artist who paints outside the traditional art-making conventions,” she explains. Read More . . .
Harry Watkins and Arvat McClaine Are a Dynamic Duo
The husband and wife team of Harry Watkins, Ph.D. and Arvat McClaine, Ph.D. work together to make their greatest ambitions come true. They met in Richmond in the ’80s, dated, got married and have been together ever since. Harry Watkins is a psychotherapist and political scientist. Arvat is a podcaster, author, and international motivational speaker. Together, they are advocates for continual improvement, preserving history and understanding how the past impacts our world today. Read More . . .
Judia Black Is Your Go-To for Everything Wine
Judia Black loves to share her passion for good wine and good food. She is the founder and general manager of enJoie, a New York-based lifestyle, media, and events company. What started as a tradition in her childhood home in Montgomery, Alabama became a business venture for Judia. “I grew up in a family that embraced food as a way of sharing love and celebrating life’s pleasures, great and small.” Read More . . .
Chef Will Herring
“Build the perfect Italian sandwich right in your kitchen.”
Sister Radio Documentary: Changing the Frequency
Each month we highlight a community program that aligns with the values of SoulVision Magazine. We believe engaging with one’s community is critical to fostering positive change in the world. Read More . . .
Brenda H. Andrews
Brenda H. Andrews is publisher, owner, and company president of the New Journal and Guide (founded in 1900). The Journal and Guide is the oldest black newspaper in Virginia and one of the oldest newspapers in the country. The New Journal and Guide gives visibility to issues affecting the African-American community, particularly, those issues that are not often discussed in mainstream media. Read More . . .
Recently, I was moved almost to tears as I read about a little boy who loved the University of Tennessee/UT so much that he drew a design of the school’s logo on paper and pinned it to his shirt for “College Colors Day” at his elementary school. He was teased by some students who did not even participate in the school pride day. His excitement was crushed and he went home to his mom in tears. Read More . . .