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Jean Paré, the prolific, self-published cookbook writer, died last month in Alberta. Her unfussy recipes found an audience with millions of Canadians.
After the Abraham Accords, partnerships between companies in Israel and Arab countries have led to the kinds of initiatives that will be on the Davos agenda.
When setting the mood at a winter party, few genres can match the versatility and emotional depth of R&B. From smooth, soulful ballads to upbeat … The post R&B music for winter parties: How to create a festive atmosphere? appeared first on Singersroom.com.
By Nicole Winfield, Giada Zampano and Frances D’Emilio, The Associated Press VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis joined tens of thousands of faithful in bidding farewell to Benedict XVI at a rare requiem Mass Jan. 5 for a dead pope presided over by a living one, ending an unprecedented decade for the Catholic Church that
By Kristin M. Hall, The Associated Press Drummer Fred White, who backed up his brothers Maurice and Verdine White in the Grammy-winning ensemble Earth, Wind and Fire, died on Jan. 1. He was 67. Verdine White, a vocalist, percussionist and bass player for the band, posted on his Instagram account that his younger brother Frederick
By Lango Deen, U.S. Black Engineer and Information, Technology Magazine The Black Engineer of the Year Awards (BEYA) Conference will return to the nation’s capital for the 37th annual celebration of excellence in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). Career Communications Group’s US Black Engineer magazine is partnering once again with the Council of Engineering
By Catherine Pugh, Special to the AFRO Rep. Billy Mitchell from the state of Georgia’s 88th District, is the outgoing president of the National Black Caucus of State Legislators (NBCSL). He has served as its 14th president. Rep. Laura Hall will assume his post at the end of this month as the 15th president of
By Tashi McQueen, AFRO Political Writer, Report For America Corps Member, email@example.com With wage garnishment hitting the poor harder than ever, a North Carolina House Democrat wants to set limits on how far a debt collector can go in getting what courts say they are owed. Wage garnishment is a court-ordered carve-out of a paycheck
The Detroit Walk to Freedom took place on June 23, 1963 in Detroit, Mich. (Photo by Wayne University) By Aswad Walker, The Defender Network The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was a prolific speaker, meaning he has a litany of speeches given over his years in the public eye that go far beyond the