For most parents, weekday mornings before school are like a challenging math problem: pack backpacks and lunches, plus get yourself ready for work – minus the luxury of unlimited time. But skipping breakfast should not be part of the equation.
Fulton writes the Browns will "hear character assassinations about Michael"
In the days since Michael Brown was shot and killed, protests have filled the streets in Ferguson.
Keyshia Cole and Nelly, and powerhouse couple David and Tamela Mann Give audiences a glimpse at life behind their fame
The fall TV season is quickly approaching and over the next few weeks, Indie Soul will shine the light on networks and shows aimed specifically at the African-American community. First up is Black Entertainment Television also known as BET.
This is a call for all eligible black folks to register and vote in every election from now until eternity, so we can stop the rallies, marches and demonstrations related to voting.
Private equity firms are notoriously white and male. Scholars for Educational Opportunity is trying to change that.
Many books have been written to help women discover who they are and become their authentic selves.
This week the Special Education series offers an overview of Occupational Therapy and how these services may improve your child’s life in and outside the classroom.
Every day, we turn on the television and hear about all the wars in the Middle East. Life is bad in the Middle East.
Several businesses are vandalized or looted, authorities say
The chaos in Ferguson has gotten so unruly that Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon signed an executive order deploying National Guard troops to the St. Louis suburb.
Even if you’re a well-versed cook, there are certain foods you may not have ever considered making yourself. For example, when is the last time you made your own apple sauce, jam or chutney?
Farmers markets are brimming with beautiful, ripe produce for the picking, local foods are flooding the supermarket, and it's finally time for juicy berries and stone fruits to take center stage.
Since 1999, Baltimore has been home to Otakon, the annual three-day Anime convention, which is held at the Baltimore Convention Center in downtown Baltimore
78-year-old bodybuilder Ernestine Sheperd to speak
People are amazed at Ernestine Shepherd’s youthful appearance. At 78-years-of-age, Shepherd is a body builder, and looks decades younger than her age.
Food desert ends after more than a decade
A major food desert has officially been closed and longtime residents of Howard Park like Rhona Lewis couldn’t be happier.
Over the course of three days, Aug. 4-6, at the invitation of President Barack Obama, 51 African leaders held talks designed to strengthen trade and commerce between the U.S. and the continent.
The testimonies about the benefits of the CollegeBound Foundation can be endless.
Dainty seniors gather to share fellowship and encouragement
Adorned in white gloves, and beautiful hats, well-dressed, dainty ladies chatted with one another while enjoying a spot of tea at high noon.
Hello everyone! Honey Child! This looks like it will be a busy weekend for me.
The first Women in Tech Africa meet up took place online in August 2
When I was doing my degree in computer science in Ghana's Valley View University 10 years ago, there just were seven girls in the class. After four years, only four graduated and out of that number, just two of us have stayed in technical roles. Today, my little sister's computer science class has at least 30% females and a smaller drop-off rate.
Internet Essential kicks off back to school season with nationwide, complimentary six-month offer, discounted computers and free digital literacy training for eligible families. Comcast has now connected more than 1.4 million low-income Americans to Internet at home.