The African Well Fund Hopes to Build a Well in Honor of Bono’s 60th Birthday

Every year The African Well Fund celebrates Bono’s birthday by raising money to build wells in Sub-Saharan Africa. Make any size donation and your name is added to a birthday card which the U2 front man and humanitarian will receive personally. This year Bono turns 60 and to celebrate the African Well Fund hopes to […]

Celebrate Mom While Maintaining Social Distancing

This Mother’s Day will be celebrated despite COVID – 19.  Social distancing and the need to keep moms safe from the Coronavirus means that children need to think outside the box and create something spectacular that shows mom how much she is loved. Here are ways to make this year one of the best Mother’s […]

Natural Remedies to Relieve Cold and Flu Symptoms

The height of flu season is upon us and many of us get sick despite our best efforts to stay healthy.  Prevention is always the best remedy with frequent hand washing, masks and vaccines being the number one defense. Unfortunately, many people still get sick.  Having the flu is miserable; but there are simple ways […]

The Cupcake Collection – Valentines Gifts For Your Mate [2]

Looking for the perfect Valentine’s Day gift?  Show your special someone you care with cupcakes hand made from scratch.   Mignon Francois started her award winning business, The Cupcake Collection in 2008 and ever since, she and her family have been making cupcakes daily with fresh ingredients, love and lots of southern charm. A specialty favorite […]

Farm Aid Gives Over $1 Million in Grants to American Family Farms

Farm Aid, Willie Nelson’s non-profit that benefits family farms, gave over one-million dollars in grants in 2019.  The family farm is in crises due to broken trade agreements with China, unusual weather patterns and competition from corporate farms. Farm income dropped 30% in 2019 and family farm bankruptcies were up 24%.  The result is America […]

Q Parker and Friends Celebrate Black History

Come celebrate community, union and brotherhood with Q Parker on February 5th at the Winery in Washington, D.C. Grammy award winner Q. Parker (of 112) presents The Bridge Project, a collaborative record featuring 43 national gospel and mainstream artist, 7 duets and 1 solo performance by Q. Parker. Q Parker is gearing up for the […]

It May Be THE OMEN. Is it a cursed movie?

The Omen was released in 1976 and grossed over $60 million at the box office and would become one of the highest grossing films of the year. Directed by Richard Donner, The Omen was nominated for 2 Academy Awards and won for Best Motion Picture Soundtrack. David Seltzer wrote the screenplay about a couple whose […]

Interview with Nathan Masters, Host and Producer of KCET’s Lost L.A

Writer and producer Nathan Masters work has appeared in numerous outlets. He is also working with public school systems to bring Lost L.A. and Southern California’s lost history into public schools with content and teaching tools. Masters produces and hosts the KCET Emmy Award winning series Lost L.A. The series explores how artifacts housed in […]

Nineteen horror films filmed in and around Richmond, ‘Virginia Is Just 48 Hours’ will screen at the Byrd Theater on October 20th.

Films to be screened:   Group A Screenings – Sunday, October 20 at 1:30 p.m.   It Comes at Night – CineVentures, Chris Smorto – Kate’s B&B guests may never check out! Anna Perkins – Goodnight Gracie… Forever, Jerry Morgan – A demon released by a centuries-old Puritan cult returns, hungry for sacrifice. Cleanse – The Mad HaTTers, […]