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Tracy E. Hopkins

A fan of music, dance and cats, Tracy E. Hopkins is a lifestyle and culture writer who has contributed to numerous print and digital publications, including Essence, Woman's Day, Prevention, Fodor's and Entertainment Weekly. Tracy is also an award-winning documentary film producer (http://www.mauricehinesmovie.com), and she enjoys storytelling that inspires, uplifts and reflects the beauty and complexity of the African American experience.

Tracy E. Hopkins's Articles
, July 23, 2021
For your viewing pleasure: films about vocal legends Mary J. and Aretha, Questlove’s ‘Black Woodstock’ documentary and a new horror flick from Jordan Peele.
, July 9, 2021
Whether you’ve read her best-selling classic a dozen times or just discovered her on ‘Red Table Talk,’ this good health guru to the stars can help you thrive.
, July 9, 2021
Hit shows and movies from the ’80s and ’90s are returning, and many are recast with representation in mind.
, June 25, 2021
Here are 27 fresh and classic jams to set the mood for your next barbecue, picnic or beach outing.
, June 18, 2021
Oh yes, we’re more than ready to release some tension and get pampered. Plus: Cool cultural things to do while in the neighborhood.
, June 11, 2021
Tina Turner, Alfre Woodard, Radha Blank, Taraji P. Henson and Tracee Ellis Ross portray bold women in these inspiring films.
, May 27, 2021
27 timely songs claim justice and joy, release pain, celebrate pride and honor truth.
, May 21, 2021
Certain foods trigger cells to function as if under attack, which messes with metabolism. These choices help restore balance, setting you up for scale success.  
, April 30, 2021
Enjoy an afternoon of cinema with your loved ones, whether from across the room, across town or across the miles. 
, March 26, 2021
Even though we may not sing together under one roof and pass the peace, those who celebrate Easter can still find fellowship virtually. Get your church hat ready!