American history is omnipresent in this southern city of 107,000, where you can’t help but get a crash course in pre-Revolutionary times, the roots of slavery and, of course, that famous War Between the States, as Southerners are fond of calling the Civil War.
When its gets under way on April 8, the 16th Annual New York African Film Festival will take an iontrospective journey accross Africa, with films that create a vision of the continent's future through a deconstruction of its past, festival organizers say.
If you find yourself barking at the kids, snapping at co-workers, unable to focus, forgetting things easily or even driving too fast, you probably need time to relax.
It goes without saying that a 40th anniversary should be a memorable celebration. With this in mind, there's a national treasure on display at the New York Public Library for the Performig Arts: 40 years of the Dance Theater of Harlem.
Many of us have heard about the benefits provided by dietary supplements and other natural products, but knowing what to use and when to take it can be confusing at best.
The spacious homes with manicured lawns spreading block after block in north-west Atlanta's collier Heights were the very picture of mid-century American suburbia. The Black families who moved into them were not.
If you’re looking for a place to go on a day off from work, consider a visit to the National Jazz Museum in Harlem.
As health groups across the country ramp up education and fundraising campaigns for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, traditionally observed in October, new research has surfaced on the occurrence and survival rates of the disease as it relates to environment, diet and economics.