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African American Chefs Break the Glass Ceiling in the Culinary World

Many African American chefs often get stuck in the kitchen as sous chefs or line chefs and routinely don’t receive an opportunity to become head chefs, according to FSR. And, African American chefs, on the whole, have encountered tougher obstacles raising funds to open their own establishments.

Opera and the African American – ‘Figaro Meets Frederick Douglass’

Written by Stacy M. Brown “Our artistry is vast, and can be used in many ways, but without funding...

L.I.F.E. Community Center Presents: Embrace Your Beauty Expo

On Saturday October 15th, the L.I.F.E. Community Center, located at 6244 El Cajon Blvd, in San Diego hosted the Embrace Your Beauty Expo, which...

Grammy’s Work

By Edward Henderson It takes a certain amount of swagger to pull off wearing a bow tie. People who wear them are making a statement...

Unique Boutique Creator uses Internet to Learn Trade

By Edward Henderson You can learn anything from YouTube these days. The information age has birthed digital savants worldwide without an ounce of formal training....