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No fashion this month. We can do that next time. This month it’s food for the soul.
When looking for the perfect caregiver, many families don’t know where to begin. Though the Internet offers a quick solution for finding caregiver information, it can also be a misleading source.
It’s not a forum. It’s not a lecture. It’s not a workshop. It’s a conversation with the community regarding issues of concern for the African American community.
With so much time spent in the bathroom, it is important to give that space a little TLC like the rest of the home.
While driving a new vehicle off the lot may sound tempting, the financial commitment it brings is not an option for most families.
Here we are again. Another year wrapped up and in the history books. Hope all of you had a good year. If you didn’t, there’s no looking back. We are moving forward. What will we do differently? Do we make ...
Mayor Pro Tem Tennel Atkins hosted the eighth annual Family Gifting Day on Dec. 8 as a part of his Home for the Holidays campaign, which helps families in District 8 provide their children with gifts for Christmas.
As the seasons change we’re all tempted to indulge, but consuming all the extra calories added from sugar in those decadent sweets and savories can quickly add up to pounds on the scale!
This column is meant to give you a brief pause from all of the sensationalism and headaches of our everyday lives.
Jennie, a mom who has two biological daughters of her own, has been waiting 19 months to adopt a young toddler named Elijah.
Nothing pleases the senses like a home filled with family, friends and the welcoming aroma of a holiday meal. Whether you’re cooking up a full-menu feast from your own kitchen or you need a delicious idea or two to share ...
The holiday season is a time of family gatherings, football and endless servings of food. It’s also a time where people prepare themselves to score deals of discounted items from Black Friday sales and become pre-occupied with other customs. However, ...
The Harambee Festival is more than just a festival. For 40 years, the annual cultural event has provided a way for people to connect to their African culture and community.
While Black and White people have similar rates of Internet use, Black people are slightly more plugged into certain social media sites, where sharing life’s minutiae is the norm.