David Styles and his wife Adjua, along with several big-name partners from the hip-hop world, are partners in Juices For Life, a juice bar with a mission to raise health consciousness in underserved communities.
Though Detroit is 80 percent African-American, there are no black-owned grocery stores in the city. Entrepreneur Raphael Wright’s mission is to create a new store that provides high-quality food in the inner city and introduce a group investment platform through the venture.
Call it the vinyl revival. Call it the dust and groove renaissance. Call it what you will: America seems to be enjoying the physical format of LPs once again, falling in love with the hisses and pops that digital music has eliminated. The music industry is rising to the occasion to meet demand.