Black History Month

Ruby Dee was the first African American actress to play a major role at the American Shakespeare Festival in Stratford Conn.

A Great Day In Harlem There’s no place better to conclude Black History Month than in the Black mecca – Harlem, N.Y. Yes, the once mostly African-American section of the city has gentrified (A Whole Foods is currently being constructed) but there are still historical and Black-owned spots to spend your time and money in. […]

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We have compiled a list of ten black [and some not so black] films that shifted not only the world of cinema but culture as a whole. Do The Right Thing, 1989 Probably the most popular Spike Lee movie to-date, Do The Right Thing was both commercially and critically acclaimed, landing Lee with an Oscar […]

From New York to Los Angeles to Georgia, Chicken and Waffles has become a favoite dish at restaurants that cater to lovers of comfort food. Take one taste of crunchy, seasoned, well-fried chicken, combined with light crispy waffles and sweet syrup, and I dare you not to be hooked! Even President Barack Obama is a […]