The Tea Party has officially jumped the shark.
With the passing of South African president Nelson Mandela Thursday came plenty of commentary from conservatives that completely altered his legacy, while at the same time trying to pretend that they have… Continue reading
Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly qualified his praise for South African leader Nelson Mandela in the wake of his death.
In a segment featuring conservative former presidential candidate Rick Santorum, the talk show host admitted Mandela was “a great man” but… Continue reading
Every Wednesday, rain or shine for the past 13 years, the UCLA Mobile Clinic Project sets up on the corner of Sycamore and Romaine, smack in the middle of North Hollywood, to deliver health services to the poor.
At a… Continue reading
KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP) — Reggae singer Junior Murvin, best known for the hit song “Police and Thieves,” has died in Jamaica.
Son Keith Smith says the 67-year-old performer died at Port Antonio Hospital on Monday. He had been hospitalized recently for diabetes… Continue reading
For decades and even now, for black America that single misspelled and oft-mispronounced word conjures a litany of vicious stereotypes. Strip away the ill-formed enunciation and the word becomes “fast.” The connotation and the stigma, however, remain.
Fass,… Continue reading
André Leon Talley has quietly exited American Vogue, where he has held various editor positions for more than three decades, and entered an editorial partnership with Zappos Couture.
“The digital universe is a new, exciting opportunity for me to reach… Continue reading