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The Surprisingly Simple Benefits of Traveling Alone

There are quite a few perks to traveling alone that may surprise you. While many may shun the idea, there are actually a number of benefits. Solus sabbaticals are an excellent way to replenish, while providing the ability to do so at one’s own pace. These solitary furloughs serve as …

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Kickoff: Influencers Celebrate The Good Life in Chicago

Arts & Culture By Safon Floyd+ | July 21, 2016 Today, black influencers, innovators, taste-makers, and bloggers gather to enjoy the good life in Chicago. Hosted by LEXUS, The Good Life aims to expose and promote the many facets of living a good life, including, finances, health, luxury, and love. Featuring interviews with …

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Meditating to Reduce Stress

Sheree, I am a 32-year-old African American male who has recently been diagnosed with hypertension. My parents and two other siblings (who are older than me) have no trouble with high-blood pressure. I believe the high stress level in my work has caused my blood pressure problem. My doctor suggests …

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On the Seventh Day God Rested and Watched ‘Power’

Sunday nights belong to the cable network Starz, and we see why, with the recent renewal for a fourth and fifth season (Image: © 2016 STARZ ENTERTAINMENT, LLC) The premium cable channel Starz proved why they belong in the top spot, with competitors HBO and Showtime and the recent decision …

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Marvel Comics Gets First Black Woman Writer, Roxane Gay

Black Panther writer Ta-Nehisi Coates recruited Gay and Harvey to tell the story of the women of Wakanda, the fictional African country where Black Panther takes place (Image: Roxane Gay – TimeOut New York. Photo by: Jay Grabiec) The bold, concise, eloquent, open feminist that is Roxane Gay has just …

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