Photo by Queon “Q” Martin
“The show must go on.”
The show must go on. Life is a dynamic thing with natural ups and downs. We make most of the best parts of life happen in between by doing the work. In fact, as I’ve said here before, the win is in the work. This week a new monument to freedom went up in Richmond, Virginia. It’s the first of its kind in the United States. In a moment of universal karma, just a few weeks ago, the last major confederate monument in Virginia came down. In fact, it was one of the largest Confederate monuments in the nation and the last of its kind in the former Capital of the Confederacy. Times change and we must continue to do the work to push our nation forward so that needed changes give hope to our children. They deserve every chance to be the best version of themselves. We set their best lives in motion by what we do today; each day.
In this issue of SoulVision Magazine, we celebrate the great showman Ron Simons. He is a force on Broadway and more importantly, he is a man on a mission. We also share with you stories on Swiss watchmaker Vincent Plomb’s Vicenterra, talent manager Wink, and filmmaker Robert Nyerges. We also take a look at Ron Simons’ Broadway play Thoughts of a Colored Man and give you a recipe from acclaimed food blogger Karelle Vignon-Vullierme. Finally, we highlight the educational and nonprofit work of the Treehouse Group and give appreciation to stage and silent film legend Bert Williams.
“Times change and we must continue to do the work to push our nation forward so that needed changes give hope to our children.”