In a time where everything is digital, global and easily accessible, we lose sight of some of the important things that are not. Let's not take for granted these precious artifacts that tie us together and can be passed down to future generations. Ivorian photographer Joana Choumali's 2013-2014 portrait series, Resilients, examines our connections between the past and present.View full article →
Thanksgiving with my is family always a big affair. There will be plenty of laughs, music, dancing and way too much food! Around the table will be a mix of traditional Ghanaian dishes as well as American classics. If you're looking to mix it up and test some new recipes this year, check out some of these below.View full article →
Names like Nefertiti, Cleopatra, Phryne (aka Aphrodite), and Helen (of Troy) are known to the world because of the beauty of the women behind the names. All they had was what Mother Nature provided. Nefertiti was said to use Shea butter for all of her beauty needs, Cleopatra bathed in milk and honey, and rose water (tightens skin pores) was Helen’s pick. So how did we allow ourselves to be convinced that the pricey tub of chemically enhanced, celebrity endorsed, anti-aging wrinkle cream is better?
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