How to date, mate and relate. Mixing race, culture and creed.
A massive storm has devastated most of the east coast. Some have speculated that the election may get delayed. But, the true political impacts of Hurricane Sandy are still uncertain.
Too much moisture? Hair breaks. Too much protein? It’s break then, too. How to know when enough is enough.
Brenda breaks down how globalization affects the outcomes of black urban boys.
Going through a divorce is stressful enough. Get back on your feet by avoiding these financial pitfalls.
The Babster is such a girl. She’s tortured us all with keeping “Tangled” on a loop, so it was only natural that The Hubster picked this out for Trick-or-Treat…
Why can’t the grown up have a night of mischief, too?
This blog is accused time and time again of ‘praising the white man, who can do no wrong’ while bashing black men, who are the quote-unquote scum of the Earth. Beyond Black and White is accused of this because any discussion of the dysfunctions within the black community is seen as putting the dirty laundry of black folks out in public. The fact that we also talk about interracial dating here is just the salt in the wounds of some folks caused by the open discussion of the very real abuse that black women and girls have experienced at the hands of black men.
Sometimes we need more than prayer to get us through.
When black people act up and are called on being scumbags by people who are not black, the issue isn’t that the persons in question are scum, but why black scum isn’t treated as well as non-black scum. Yes, let’s completely ignore the whole “scum” thing in the name of racial solidarity.
Are you missing the cues?
A mixture of ground beef or sausage, seasonings and rice slowly baked in a savory tomato sauce is the epitome of comfort food. Served up with some smooth rich mashed potatoes and warm bread you’ll think you have found the perfect way to spend a cold winters evening! Stuffed Bell Peppers are also excellent on your diet as they are low in calories.
Russell Simmons says he’s going to spank Lil Reese “in private.” Is that enough?
Vivica A. Fox versus Crystal Wright on BET’s Don’t Sleep once again depicts Black women in constant competition with one another. Political debate aside, both women made fools of themselves.
Despite suffering crushing financial hits during the recent recession, African American college graduates are optimistic about their ability to become financially stable.
Our resident BB&W New York intern finds out what’s hot on the work out scene.
You won’t to miss this juicy installment!