Four years ago, Evita Broughton celebrated Kwanzaa for the first time with her family — lighting a candle each night and discussing the respective principle.
Looking to go to Africa for cultural, adventure and other extraordinary experiences? Consider a visit to Senegal.
Serena Williams considered skipping the 2000 Australian Open to attend design classes, then decided to play.
Nelson Mandela made it clear that Morgan Freeman was the man he would want to play him in a film.
Holiday shopping is hard work. So how about some relief? How about one-stop shopping at your local bookstore? Here are some great suggestions to get you going (and to shorten your gift-buying load):
Back in 1996, when Phil Donahue taped the finale of his groundbreaking daytime TV talk show in New York, the once-dominant program had become such an afterthought that it didn't even air in that market.
The battleground of the Civil Rights Movement in the 1950s and 1960s, Birmingham, Ala., was bombed so often that it was sometimes referred to as “Bombingham.”
What will weekdays. be like without Oprah? How will we know which books to read? Will we be forced to choose our own favorite things, with no guidance?