https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M7EOkRZhFss There's more to western New York's food culture and culinary contributions than the likes of buffalo wings and the garbage plate. And A Dash of Soul—a cooking competition spanning influences from ten countries set on spreading the gospel of regional gastronomy and social entrepreneurship—is out to prove it. The brainchild of Rochester entrepreneurs Tracy … Continue reading A Dash of Soul | A Cooking Competition Show Featuring Rochester, Buffalo and Syracuse Chefs, Home Cooks
How does Oprah Winfrey accomplish so much during her day? She is OWN network’s head and Harpo production company chief, Queen Sugar executive producer, Greenleaf actress and producer, philanthropist, Weight Watchers spokesperson (who bought a 10 percent stake in the company in 2015), and still manages to get in an interview here and there and … Continue reading Oprah’s First Two Thoughts Every Morning
If you’ve ever been in an abusive relationship, you’re well aware that it can be both physical and emotional (even financial). Unfortunately, for many women (and men), we often don’t see the signs until it’s too late. In fact, what lies behind a mask of ultra-attractive confidence, lies a fragile self-esteem, vulnerable to the slightest … Continue reading 7 Signs You’re Dating a Narcissist
This year’s Golden Globes was special. Not just because Oprah Winfrey received the Cecil B. Demille Lifetime Achievement Award, making her the first Black woman to do so. It’s an award she rightly earned. Just look at what she’s done: Winfrey was known as the queen of the daytime talk show with The Oprah Winfrey … Continue reading Oprah Winfrey: “A New Day Is On The Horizon!”
Colorism exists in many cultures and has permeated society for thousands of years. In fact, in Egypt, there was evidence that many of the statues were defaced and changed to reflect individuals with sharper and more European features versus their African ones. Years of seeing one type of beauty revealed as better in our culture, … Continue reading Why Are Black People Still Color Struck?
In the past few decades, sex has become more casual from the days when sex was only performed if two consenting adults were in a relationship that was leading towards marriage. More and more people are choosing to hold off on tying the knot to explore their sexuality within non-traditional relationships, and the most common … Continue reading Is A “Friends With Benefits” Relationship Healthy?
Tunya Griffin with students at Eastridge High School in Irondequoit, a suburb of Rochester, where she spoke about “Making Educational Moves” to provide students with strategies to stay focused on completing their high school education while preparing for college.