- Damaris Chanza
June 2022 Rewind
Did you miss any of my blog posts this month? Don't worry; I'm always here to keep you caught up!
June has been such a crazy month. I had to skip a blog post this month because I had a significant life development; I moved. My boyfriend and I got out own place, and if you've ever moved or helped someone move, you know it's a lot of work.
However, I quickly managed to get back on schedule with all things media related. I discussed the Depp v Heard Verdict this month, the public claim to the Tina Turner story, and LGBTQIA + representation. I interviewed King Trippy about the inspiration behind his debut album, Sunshine City. I shared how my food journey has affected my lifestyle, especially after this move, and thanked the Try Guys for their contribution to media and my life.
The Potential Ramifications of the Depp v Heard Verdict
It doesn't matter who you believe; the ramifications of the Depp v Heard trial will affect gender relations in ways we might not have anticipated.
Treating Tina Turner as More Than a Story
My mom introduced me to Tina Turner when I was a kid. "Proud Mary" and "What's Love Got To Do" constantly echoed in my home. Little did I know my mom was introducing me to an icon.
King Trippy Welcomes Us All to "Sunshine City"
King Trippy's debut album "Sunshine City" is all about creating a happy place where you know everything will be okay despite any hardships.
A Thank You Note to the Try Guys
In celebration of their four-year anniversary, the Try Guys have released their movie, "Behind the Try: A Try Guys Documentary," for free on YouTube.
Discovering the Importance of a Home Cooked Meal
Famous chef Auguste Gusteau's motto, is "anyone can cook." It turns out he was right.
Pride Representation in Television
It's Pride Month, and you know I love any reason to highlight representation in the media.
Now that you’re all caught up, stay tuned to keep up with more discussions with me, Damaris!