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Widely recognized as The Queen of Funk, Chaka Khan returns back to the scene with the release of a new album entitled Hello Happiness.  The 10-time Grammy Award winner has embarked on a new collaboration with producer Switch and artist/songwriter Sarah Ruba Taylor.

Tonell Martinez Shawn Holcombe & Randarius La'Dell Hines will be married on April 27, 2019. They are both in property management and currently reside in Nashville, Tennessee.

As our very first guest, we shine the SPOTLIGHT on a legend. She opens up about her life as a voice for transwomen of color by day, and the vision of a Glamour Goddess by night.

Josh Dixon is a former member of the U.S. Men's Senior National Team. Josh, a graduate from Stanford University, was one of the 15 athletes who were eligible to represent the United States in international competitions.

Talk about comeback, Gucci brings the classic cardigan back!  Gucci incorporated a mix of Major League Baseball teams into their Fall winter collections. Bringing together two iconic items.

In the 1930’s, a Black postal carrier from Harlem named Victor Green published a book that was part travel guide and part survival guide. It was called The Negro Motorist Green Book, and it helped African-Americans navigate safe passage across America well into the 1960s.

The next Chicago mayor will either be a self-described political outsider who has never run for office or a longtime city alderman and chair of the county's Democratic Party. Either way, for the first time, the city's top political official will be an African-American woman.

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The visionary behind those infectious bedtime, nightly reflections who we affectionately call the Misunderstood Social Worker shares his story of self discovery.

Joseph Williams was born and raised in East Palo Alto, California.

Writer Dwayne Vernon prides himself on telling stories about masculine Black same-gender-loving men. A native of Portsmouth, Virginia, and currently based in Washington, DC, Vernon published the first of his six novels in 2006

Traveling while LGBTQ/SGL can sometimes be a challenge. In some countries, you and your partner might receive funny looks from the natives. Fellow beachgoers may frown as you rub that suntan lotion on your same-sex guest.

Connecting with another human being can be a dicey endeavor.  Even the most extroverted person suffers from some sort of social anxiety when it comes to meeting new people.