Monday, 14 August 2017 21:18 Written by Lotoya Jackson
Camping, cottaging, and hiking are not leisure activities typically associated with Black people. Stereotypes abound that we don’t swim, hike, or venture out into untamed nature just for the fun of it.
Friday, 11 August 2017 05:08 Written by What We Dig Today
This week, our adventure took us to Gushi for some serious Japanese fusion.
Tuesday, 18 July 2017 05:19 Written by What We Dig Today
We found Maizal after watching a game of rugby at Lamport Stadium. Walking into Maizal, you are greeted with a beautiful mural that is an homage to creating tortillas.
Tuesday, 11 July 2017 05:19 Written by Kisha McPherson
I am not one of those mothers who tells her daughter to concentrate on her books and school and ignore boys until she is older.
Monday, 26 June 2017 00:33 Written by Lotoya Jackson
With another school year drawing to a close, many parents are faced with the yearly dilemma of “what now?” If you are working full-time, you’ll be looking for ways to keep the kids busy, teach them a thing or two and make sure they stay out of any trouble this summer.
Saturday, 22 April 2017 15:52 Written by Dwayne Matthews
Cloud computing, Moore’s law and the doubling capacity of microchips, have created an opportunity for massive amounts of information and connectivity, that is converging with human creativity.
Sunday, 20 November 2016 18:20 Written by Monique Taylor Yee Shui
The last time we traveled to Jamaica, we needed a vacation after the vacation! Thanksgiving was coming around and although I was tired, the foodie in me (also the fact that I come from a family that always celebrates holidays with a special meal) couldn’t let Thanksgiving go by without preparing something spectacular.
Saturday, 10 September 2016 14:06 Written by Janét Aizenstros
Our current world is really good at reinforcing to our children that they need to have everything they want right now. It doesn’t teach them to be patient with others, but rather that everyone should be at their beck and call.