Gig-after-gig, Jazmyn “Phae” Whyte grew tired of the hard grind to make ends meet. So she decided to curate events to empower … Keep Reading
This is the type of story that you cannot make up, or even exaggerate because it is so fantastical.
NBC news reports a tourism boom in Russia that arranges for expecting Russian mothers to nest in luxurious hotels until they give birth. Some of the top lodging advertised by Russian agencies is from the Donald Trump brand.
After Christmas, thousands of trees sit curbside by its former owners without a destination, but the dumpster.
Now, good wood finds its home along the marshes of Louisiana to deal with the region’s severe coastal erosion. And the plan works.
“Tiki Torch Bearers Beware” should be a billboard posted in the entry of Charlottesville, Va.
The next time white nationalists consider bombarding the city with a racist-based campaign, they will realize that they just put a black woman in office with locs to change a fractured city.
Last week, Charlottesville made history with two firsts. The city’s voters elected their first independent who is also the first African American female mayor, Nakuyah Walker.
A tsunami threat placed Central America, Mexico and the Caribbean on edge.
Officials issued a tsunami warning following an earthquake off of the coast of Honduras. With a 7.6 magnitude, the tremor shook the Central American nation along with its neighbors, Belize and Mexico.
Walking into parts of Havana, Cuba is like time traveling in three distinct eras.
Aligned along cobblestone streets are neoclassical buildings hinting an old Spain when Moors dominated politics and education. The architecture of ornate eaves and chiseled balconies lend to a baroque style of gaudy and dopeness rolled into puro cigars.