After the reveal of many Christian conservatives who housed profiles on the "affair-seeking" site Ashley Madison, one has to wonder if religion and its strictures on sexual behaviors force men behind a veil of dishonest sexual indiscretions?
When you put yourself out there as a Black man in the United States, anything can and will happen. Certain segments of this society are not allocated a lot of room for error or misunderstanding. Columnist V. Knowles shares a bit of insight as to why Black men get killed at a faster rate by the cops.
If you’re crazy about the summer, there are 4 things to keep in mind so that you can really make the most of the season. Health columnist Shari Grant shares some little-known facts about what warm weather brings.
Celebrating 16 years of service and 7 years of hosting Flavor Nights, South Florida-based entertainment services group Soul Movement Crew is hosting the biggest party in the company’s history on Friday, September 4 at The Venue Ft. Lauderdale, 2345 Wilton Drive in Fort Lauderdale, FL. From 7:30 to 11:30 p.m.
Many would argue that detoxes, like diets, are merely fads and aren’t truly beneficial to one’s health, as they are – at times – really about deprivation vs detoxification. Health Columnist Shari Grant will tell you if detoxes are actually okay for the body.
Ten-year-old track star Arkansas resident Coulaj Eans will compete along with his two younger siblings for a three-sibling sweep of the 2015 USATF National Jr. Olympics in Jacksonville, FL on July 27.
The Confederate flag debate is quickly becoming a major political issue as lawmakers have just decided to remove the flag for South Carolina's state capitol. Columnist V. Knowles shares 7 reasons he is perplexed by the debate to keep the flag up in southern states.
The 26 Annual Miss Jamaica Florida pageant, produced by charitable, non-profit organization Partners for Youth Foundation crowned winners within four pageant categories at the Coral Springs Arts Center on Sunday, June 30, 2015, including multi-talented artist Allison Johnson.
Last Friday, in a long-sought victory for the gay rights movement, the Supreme Court ruled by a 5-to-4 vote that the Constitution guarantees Americans the right to marry members of the same gender. Yet, why did four Supreme Court Justices disagree?
After the tragedy in Charleston, how will the victims' families live? Enduring such a bitter blow, will they find any reason to lead a productive existence? How do they turn it around to find the good in all of this? How does it get better? Will things ever be right again? Columnist V. Knowles tells us how.