Is the human being so naturally inclined to deceive? Columnist V. Knowles gives evidence for why we so often tend to hide, shroud and cheat
Isn't love anything but ordinary? Well, South Florida's dancehall reggae artist Ordinary proves that statement to be oh-so-wrong! Music critic and columnist Billy Delgado dishes about Ordinary's newest 2-disc album Love and Relationships.
Another how-to guide? ___________ for Dummies? Well, don't knock it yet! Columnist Shari Grant raves about the brand new career guidebook by first-time author Marie Saul. It's not stuffy or snooty. It's real, she says.
Are you afraid of the scissors? You may be doing yourself more harm than good. Columnist Rossette Allen shares with readers the 5 signs for when your hair needs to be trimmed.
Back for its third annual fashion and networking event, Fashion Fete NYC kicks of its New York City casting calls for models and fashion designers on May 17 at Bush Baby Lounge, 1197 Fulton Street in Brooklyn.
What if you had to walk 5 miles in 90 degree weather to fetch water for your family three times a day? An annual event celebrating Haïti and the Caribbean Diaspora, C2C melded Haitian and Afro-Caribbean jazz with a true-to-life portrayal of life in the rural town of Petit Goave and song, dance and spoken word in an artfully directed production by C2C CEO + FireStarter Marie-Yolaine Eusebe.
According to a deeply personal editorial published this Monday on Sports Illustrated’s website, professional American basketball player Jason Collins has announced that he is gay.
What is war good for? Absolutely nothing. Columnist V. Knowles claims that peace can only be introduced to someone who's introduce to the Prince of Peace.
Men don't commonly speak about rape or sexual abuse they've endured. At Take Back the Night at Lehman College in New York, organizers created a safe space so victims - men and women alike - could share their stories unabashedly.
Christening the month of May as Haitian Heritage Month, Community2Community (C2C), a Brooklyn based nonprofit service organization working to help Haïti regain self-sufficiency, will launch “Hope and A Future” – A Celebration of Haïti, 6:00 PM, Friday, May 10, 2013 at the Christian Cultural Center (CCC) Campus, 12020 Flatlands Avenue in Brooklyn, NY.