Last month, a disagreement on a residential street in Muskegon, Mich., turned into a deadly gun battle. Six men were armed, one man was killed, and dozens of shots sprayed in all directions. At the house
It opened in the late 19th century as the Bluefield Colored Institute, created to educate the children of black coal miners in segregated West Virginia. Although it still receives the federal funding comes
NoMoreDownLow.TV remembers the victims, talks to parents and friends who are taking action and seeks answers to the question of how to stop this epidemic of violence against our community. Black lesbian,
Cocktail industry publication Drinks International has just unleashed its 2013 list of the World's Best Bars — determined by "the most influential and knowledgeable bar industry professionals on the planet"
[Photograph: Paul Yee] Thursday (October 10th) Cocktails for Comfort Thursday, October 10th through Saturday, October 19th. Chemo Comfort is hosting a ten-day benefit to raise money for cancer patients
One of the things I've always wanted is a cellar. You may assume I already have one, stacked with bottles of bordeaux, but I don't. What I have – like many other people, I suspect – is a cupboard under
Group's activists have been charged by Russia with piracy, which carries a sentence of up to 15 years. Greenpeace has expressed its concerns for activists being detained by Russia over an Arctic protest.
The mother of a US citizen imprisoned in North Korea is being allowed to visit him, his family says. Terri Chung, the sister of Kenneth Bae, said their mother was in Pyongyang and due to meet him on Friday
Of the people infected, 42% have been hospitalized — an unusually high percentage, according to the CDC. The Department of Agriculture will not close the California chicken-processing plants linked to