Tahoe’s reputation says big. And yet with a potent 320 horsepower engine featuring active fuel management on regular unleaded gasoline, seating for up to nine …
One Person’s Story By Jaqueline Rowe Although, it never appears easy to discuss issues surrounding life as a Domestic Violence victim, I find it extremely important at this stage of my life to speak out now for other recovering survivors. Well, at the tender age of seven years old I landed in New York City,…
By Walter Rutledge The indomitable human spirit has the ability to rise in moments of extreme tragedy and inconsolable despair. It lifts our downcast head and illuminates the darkness, revealing that glimmer of hope we refer to as the light at the end of the tunnel. Tynetta Megginson mother was murdered in 2001; to help…
The onetime intern sports reporter and almost weather reporter in Atlanta has transformed herself into one of the best gossip writers in the business. The Spellman, NYU graduate and inventor of the Ms. Drama, The Drama Queen brand talks on her hometown, Harlem, her spiritualism, Alicia Keys and memorable interviews.
For September 2010 I am promoting three vegetables; tomatoes, garlic and spinach.
By Lil Nickelson The holidays are great times to teach your kids about cooking and entertaining with your style. Make them play different roles throughout the process so that they can observe and learn.
It was a beautiful and invigorating Fall night on October the 1st, for the event created by Harlem’s Ms. Drama and Adrienne Lawson for their 2nd Annual Gifting Suite event in Atlanta, GA., during the BET Hip Hop Award weekend.
By Michael Andre Adams Hey Harlem, if the absence of style, performance and gas mileage have kept you from owning an SUV, your time has come, thanks to the new Audi Q7 TDI.
Built in 1914 and originally named Hurtig and Seamon’s New Burlesque Theatre, Harlem’s famous Apollo Theater first catered to whites only.
Gerald Burgess A duo with Ma$e, a record deal in the 90’s Mr. Gerald is the hard working multi-talented student advocate from the Harlem Children’s Zone (HCZ). Here, the HW Students from the Summer Youth Employment Program sit down with the father as he talked about it all.
Forty-seven years after the historic March on Washington, Reverend Al Sharpton, President of the Harlem based National Action Network and leaders from his over 47 National Action Network chapters across the country.
By Walter Rutledge August 2, 2010 marked the eighty-sixth birthday of James Baldwin. For the second year in a row the Faison Firehouse Theater has chosen to step to the forefront and present Remembering Jimmy– a tribute to the late James Baldwin. Last year the celebration was a forum with colleagues and contemporaries, and family…
Kelis may not have a hit album but she covers the latest issue of JET. The R&B singer Kelis says she’s stronger and wiser after her divorce to Nas. Find out how she’s moving on by promoting her new album, kicking off the All Hearts tour and raising her son, Knight in next week’s JET.
By Dr. Randi Nelson On March 23, 2010, President Obama signed into law comprehensive health reform legislation, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and the Health Care and Education Affordability Reconciliation Act.
By Rodney L. Carroll From coaching the Harlem Little League, running for the City Council in 2005 to being a Cancer survivor. Rodney Carroll lives a wonderful life of family, friends and Frappe. Here the father, husband and Harlemite tells his story of survival, a family trip to Greece and the kindness of others.