Natasha Ero is an editorial intern for Houston Style Magazine. The native Houstonian is also a contributor for Buzzfeed and CoogTV. Natasha graduated from The High School for the Performing and Visual Arts where she studied theatre. Currently, she is a Broadcast Journalism major at the University of Houston. Natasha is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists, Houston Association of Black Journalists and Women in Communication.
The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo is continuing their ongoing support of the higher education of youth at their annual scholarship banquet with the awarding of over $8 million in scholarships.
Houston Host Memorable Celebration for Gospel Artist Earnest Pugh’s Top 20 Billboard Single "I Need You to Breathe"
It was an evening full of praise and worship for Dr. Earnest Pugh’s Billboard Celebration. Memphis native, Earnest Pugh, who recently moved to Houston, celebrated his eleventh Top 20 Billboard single, “I Need You to Breathe.”
Shea Moisture released a new ad as part of their #BreakTheWalls campaign on their Facebook page Monday that sparked controversy on Twitter. The video features an African American woman, and in an attempt to expand their current demographic, also features two Caucasian women. The video opens with a black woman sharing her personal experiences with “hair hate,” then quickly switches to two white women discussing their issues with hair. The ad tries to push the message, “break free from hair hate” and “embrace hair love in every form,” but the intended message seems to get lost by including white women in the ad.