Author Deborah G. Plant will discuss Barracoon: The Story of the Last "Black Cargo" Tuesday as part of WHY's The Great American Read.
DEAR ABBY: I am a child care provider working with infants. Two of us work in the nursery and share responsibilities.
ARIES (March 21-April 19). "Can I talk to you?" has devolved into being a question that people dread. Why? Maybe because talk itself has devolved. The art of conversation is not entirely lost, though; you prove it.
DEAR ABBY: I'm dating my grammar school and high school sweetheart, "Gary." We've known each other since I was 6. (I'm 33 now.) In high school we dated for nine months and were in love, but he told lies to my dad, so Dad ordered him to stay away. Now, 16 years later, after being only friends...
Should I pay my long distance boyfriend a surprise visit?
After recovering from the sudden onset illness Doylestown entrepreneur, Lori Gildea, conceived, designed and had manufactured, ThePureBag, a 29-inch-long germ-fighting crossbody specifically for toting yoga mats.
"Crazy Rich Asians" lets Hollywood know that Asian Americans can no longer be ignored.
Stevie Wonder, the Philly Caribbean Festival, "Coco" at Penn's Landing and more.
ARIES (March 21-April 19). You'll encourage a loved one to give you feedback. You don't want to be in competition with your love, and you'll shy away from situations in which there will be a clear winner and loser.
DEAR ABBY: In 2013, a co-worker, "Jamie," and I fell in love. Both of us were married to other people, but everything felt perfect. It was a feeling I never had for anyone in my life before. Three years later, I lost my job. The day I was terminated, my wife found out I had been cheating, so...
The practice is most common among highly educated parents. But the research shows it often doesn't help kids academically in the long term.
ARIES (March 21-April 19). When you make a move, even when you don't really have to, but it's more exciting and fun than not making a move, there's a word for that gambling. Call it what it is and either refrain from it or enjoy it.
DEAR ABBY: I'm 22, and my boyfriend wants sex, but I absolutely do not. I don't feel sexual desire - not at all. I'm asexual, but he refuses to believe me and insists my "past relations have scarred me" and that I "need to get over it."
Whether donning natural hair, sporting Kente cloth, choosing a baggier jean over a more fitted one, going makeup free our beating our faces within an inch of their lives - is authenticity. And without this realness, White says, it's impossible to slay.