The French Version of Santa Claus 

French Version of Santa Claus

Did you know that Santa Claus is “Le père noël” in #french… Here’s a phonetic way of pronouncing the phrase “luh pear no L” 😁 It looks funny but this happens to be an easy way to pronounce Santa Claus sort of similar to the way les françaises say lol. That was a little frenchglish! Stay tuned for more holiday phrases in french.

Meet Indhira Suero Creator of Negrita Come Coco

Meet Indhira Suero Creator of Negrita Come Coco

Indhira Suero is a cultural journalist, columnist, broadcaster, press analyst and university professor. She is also the creator of the Negrita Come Coco, a character that promotes popular Dominican culture through social networks.❤️ More can be found here: https://negritacomecoco.com/

Upcoming: Q discusses wealth, entrepreneurship and looking rich vs. being rich

Upcoming: Q discusses wealth, entrepreneurship and looking rich vs. being rich

Videography by: Bold Media (Alex Q) recorded at Barron Collective Houston, TX. Music by Matthew Hartnett.

Tomorrow, Bootleg Like Jazz will air a new episode pontificating on topics such as: privilege, education and financial literacy. If these topics resonate with you then subscribe, comment and share!

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Videography by: Bold Media (Alex Q) recorded at Barron Collective Houston, TX. Music by Matthew Hartnett

Catch up on Bootleg Like Jazz

What better time to catch up on past episodes of Bootleg Like Jazz or to start watching content from Bootleg Like Jazz! Click the video below and enjoy!

Coming soon, a conversation with Poet Lupe Mendez

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📸 Alex Quillin

Location: Cuchara Restaurant

Say hello to Dr. Keisha Davis – Trainer, Dancer and founder of AskPath

Keisha Davis is a trained physician in pathology as well as a classically trained African and Caribbean dancer for over 15 years.

Keisha Davis is a trained physician in pathology as well as a classically trained African and Caribbean dancer for over 15 years. During that time she physically trained hard and has developed a weight training, full body workout and aerobic routine that she believes will work for the busy professional. Dr. Keisha has used online training for dance classes and strongly believes in its effectiveness. She believes that the traditional gym does not always exist and sometimes online coaching is best for a client’s busy life and just as effective.

For more, check out the interview…

Q interviewing Dr. Keisha Davis with Alex Quillen in the studio at Barron Collective
Bleu Treasure ; VoyageHouston

Image Credit: Bleu Treasure Photography ; VoyageHouston

Music by: Idyll Green

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