Ten years ago, a great majority of people thought the world was going to end — or something like it. Others, like Mike, a student in Chicago, were aware of it but didn’t believe it would happen.
Black History Month is not just an ordinary month where our youth learn about the struggles and triumphs of our ancestors. It is vital to our children’s education and social identity.
When TMZ, a Canadian celebrity gossip website, was the first to announce the death of music legend Michael Jackson, many wondered where were the traditional journalism outlets to report this great tragedy.
On June 25, 2009, America lost a legend. The King of Pop, Michael Jackson, was pronounced dead and the world went into shock and disbelief. Even though his death occurred more than two months ago, the rumors of the cause have neither been silenced, nor clarified.
Summer has finally come! No more snowy days and bad weather. It’s time to start planning those trips you’ve had to put off all winter. Different traveling agents are offering cheaper deals to places around the world, especially with the economy in a recession. Travel agents and online agents are starting to make bids in order to try and win customers over. Now you have to decide which agent you will give your business to.
GlossMagazineOnline promised to present to you, in each issue, black women who have made an impact on society and those who have tread meticulously in their path. African American women in every era from slavery to civil rights, politics to business, and sports to entertainment have set a prevailing path for the next generation of history makers. Black women have been globally venerated and are truly exemplary.
There is nothing like filling your belly with a delectable meal that seems to sooth the soul and satisfy the palate. Located in the historic Bronzeville area, Chicago’s Home of Chicken and Waffles promises to tantalize the taste buds with food reminiscent of grandma’s cooking.