Explore Gainesville beyond the campus life

The home of the Gators also is an idyllic place to commune with nature, soak up some culture. BY TOD CAVINESS ORLANDO SENTINEL (TNS) From the highway...

Interracial marriage since the Loving case

Census data shows it’s more common, but acceptance is still not universal BY ROBERT MCCOPPIN AND GRACE WONG CHICAGO TRIBUNE/TNS ELMHURST, Ill. — While volunteering at her daughter’s...

Auntie Fee, food video star, dies at 59

BY ESMERELDA BERMUDEZ LOS ANGELES TIMES/TNS Auntie Fee, a South Los Angeles homemaker who became an Internet sensation for her foul mouth and fried food recipes,...

MLK’s niece thanks Trump for restoring ‘Mexico City Policy’

BLACKCHRISTIANNEWS.COM On Monday, President Donald Trump reinstated Ronald Reagan’s “Mexico City Policy’’ also known by critics as the “Global Gag Rule,’’ which bans the U.S....

Will future theme parks be based on original ideas?

Universal’s Volcano Bay doesn’t have movie, book or TV tie-in BY ROBERT NILES MERCURY NEWS/TNS Guardians of the Galaxy, Harry Potter, Fast and Furious, Frozen. Why can’t...

Mosque takes on matchmaking of African-American Muslim women

Researchers says there’s an epidemic of educated, professional women over 30 struggling to find suitable matches among men of their own faith. BY GENEVIEVE GLATSKY PHILADELPHIA...

Black St. Pete college alumni to celebrate 60th anniversary

Alumni of Gibbs Junior College will celebrate the 60th anniversary of the St. Petersburg institution later this month. African-Americans from Pinellas, Hillsborough, Manatee, Sarasota,...

OWN’s church drama returns in March

BY TONYA PENDLETON BLACKAMERICAWEB.COM OWN Network’s megachurch drama “Greenleaf’’ is returning for its second season. In the first season, megachurch pastor Bishop James Greenleaf (Keith David) welcomed...

A VICTIM NO MORE

In his captivating new book, ‘Fighting Through the Fear,’ one of Black America’s leading entrepreneurs reveals how keeping a childhood secret almost destroyed him,...

Veteran journalist Gwen Ifill dies at 61

BY CHRIS BARTON LOS ANGELES TIMES/TNS Gwen Ifill, the award-winning journalist and anchor of the public television news programs “PBS NewsHour” and “Washington Week” whose career...

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