WHATS GOOD IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD: DMV LOCAL: We love comic books here at Hoodie Goodies! No matter what neighborhood or city you grew up in, no matter whether you were rich or poor, kids from all over the world love superheroes, cartoons, and comics! Just where exactly does this fascination come from, and how do comic books help children during their early developmental years? We go into detail to give you the scoop in our article "Comic Books & Comic Book Shops: Creating Culture & Community!" Learn about how comic books are a great extracurricular hobby for kids, and how supporting comic book stores helps revitalize communities and save America! You can read the article below, only on Hoodie Goodies!
WASHINGTON D.C: In this week's video hip-hop artist Frankey Barrz gives a brief informal discussion on the education system between Atlanta and D.C. Check out interviews from Quintin R. Bostic a professor from GSU, Ward 5 State Board of Education in D.C. Zachary Parker, and Ward 4 State Board of Education in D.C. Frazier O' Leary. Don't miss this video! Check it out in the article below!
Washington D.C: In Episode 4, "Photography and Policy", Frankey Barrz host 3 artists including latina Vocalist Isabel Marie, D.C based Photographer Tre Wilkes (Who also is featured in other articles here on Hoodie Goodies!), and D.C Statehood Ambassador and musician Royal Height!Frankey also interviews 3 public policy influencers including Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton, Political Activist Jackie Reyes, and Legislative Aide to the Latino Caucus Jason Nunez! Watch the video in the article below!
WASHINGTON D.C: In this latest and newest vlog, Hip-Hop artist Frankey Barrz gives a brief informal discussion on How To Be Healthy with interviews from health experts Kristy Halderman of Blue Crate Oat Milk in Washington D.C., GiGe of Juiced Up Inc. in Atlanta, Ga, Yoga Teacher Barbra Towel in B.C., Canada, and Sammie of Zen Haven Spa in Northern Virginia. Watch the video in the article below!
WASHINGTON D.C: Frankey Barrz is back again this week with another great video that ties together politics, social issues, and community with the power of Hip-Hop and music! In this week's vlog, Frankey travels to the historic and recognized Martin Luther King Avenue in Washington D.C. Watch the video in the blog article below!