Cle’anna Moore

Cle’anna Moore

Bio: My name is Cle’anna Moore and I was born and raised and still reside in Chicago, IL. I grew up on the East and South Side of Chicago. I attended Chicago Public Schools most fo my academic life, and then graduated and attended Quincy, University for my undergrad in communications and found that I love reporting and blogging about real and personal issues. The love of being a journalist comes from the writing, reporting, and even broadcasting with the genuine connection I feel when I am reporting to inform people, listening to and sharing stories as well as building relationships. Communication and journalism goes hand in hand and knowing how to communicate is essential for every job, relationship, career or activity. And written communication along with verbal is what I enjoy. I am apart of the National Association of Black Journalist Association also known as NABJ.

The Blacklist

For my winter break last year, my dad sent me to visit him in Dallas, Texas. During my visit I found myself trying to find something good to watch, seeing that I don’t watch much TV anymore. Then I found The Blacklist on Netflix. My dad left for work Monday …

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Moon Cosmetics

Having self-confidence comes from feeling good within and loving the skin you’re in. But having acne-prone skin, oily skin, dry skin, or even eczema can be a battle. It can affect how a person feels about themselves and their appearance. Growing up I struggled with acne, more so when I …

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Stream Your Theater Plays On BROADWAYHD

Here we are in the last week of July and coronavirus has not slowed down a bit. It has been suggested by doctors, scientists, and some government officials, that the country may need to have a second shut down. With many companies allowed to reopen back in May and June, …

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ALDI Presents: Homemade Desserts & Summer Treats

Everyone has a sweet tooth sometimes and snacking has been at an all-time high since the start of the pandemic. Going out to pick up something good from your favorite place is not as sweet anymore. There are the long lines, little to none of the ingredients needed, weird COVID19 …

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Why “The Interview” Is Something To Watch Again

I first watched The Interview movie a few years ago after it debuted in 2014. Since then I’ve watched it again on Hulu. Watching this movie again for a laugh, during the pandemic, I found it very intriguing how much it relates to now, six-years later. The Interview is about …

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Chicago Block Party During A Pandemic

There has been so much going on since the start of 2020 that there is always something to report on. In some local cities, like Chicago, there is a little more going on throughout the city since the beginning of the year. Starting with Chicago hosting the NBA All-Star 2020 …

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It’s Still a Hot Girl Summer

Yes, it’s still a hot girl summer! And yes, we are still in a pandemic but with many stores and so many brands still dropping their latest summer fashion lines and pieces to order offline or for curbside pick-up, a hot girl summer is still in full effect. Rihanna has …

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50 Shades of Beauty Products

Browsing YouTube, watching make-up tutorials on how to apply the basics, watching beauty tips and skin regimes, either on Instagram and Facebook, is an important necessity when it comes to skin care. The best products from Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty line that have been given great reviews is the 50 Shades …

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For Healing & Hopeless Romantics

Love is something people go on a hunt for, and desire for.  Love is always a popular topic of conversation, either it being platonic or intimate. Love is into or at least supposed to be put into everything we do in life. Touch, love, feel , help, and do with …

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Looking For Coronavirus Data?

When it comes to Health and Wellness knowing your sexual status has always been important and now knowing your COVID19 status is the latest new status that needs to be checked and followed up on. COVID19 testing has been made free at many locations based on areas and communities. Coronavirus …

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Ding, Ding, Class Is In… A Living Room?

As we hit mid July going into August, every city, county, and state is trying to figure out what to do about reopening schools for the fall quarter. As we go into August some school districts are scheduled to open in August and some in September. With COVID19 still going …

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The Power of Snowfall

So many television networks have a plethora of original series, tv shows, movies, and documentaries to binge-watch it can be frustrating and tough to choose from. But based on the genre of the type of tv series and movies you like, you can narrow those options down. When it comes …

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