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Music Review: The Light of Lydia Elle

I can’t say enough about Lydia. Although we have not had the honor of meeting yet, her presence is felt, through her song and...

The Monster at the End of Your Book

My parents saved all the books I had as a child, so I have the pleasure of reading them to my own children. One...

Making Cultural Connections to Embrace Diversity

Sattie Persaud came to the United States from Suriname with the hopes of gaining a college education. As it turned out, she...

Mara Rago: Images of Souls and Everything In Between

One of Pittsburgh’s premier photographers is an amazing example of God-given talent who, one day, relied on her faith and took the plunge. Oh, and...

Kapsambelis’ The Inheritance: On Shared Genes and Hope for a Lingering, Deadly Disease

Alzheimer’s disease robs people of their memories, fine motor skills, and eventually, their lives. Galen “Moe” DeMoe first exhibited the symptoms with flashes of...

Jess Branas: In Tune with What Women Want, Dream of, and Deserve

Whether she’s dressed in a tux at a red-carpet event or out walking her dog Nacho, Jess Branas loves life, and it shows. She’s...

Movie Review: Hidden Figures

Depending on which study or article you read, a woman either can or can’t have it all. No matter what, there is no denying...

COVER STORIES

Grace & Living: An Interview with Atiya Abdelmalik

For more than 20 years, Atiya Abdelmalik, a dynamic, inspirational speaker, has promoted health, wellness, service, and hope. She is a registered nurse who...

SPECIAL FEATURES

Bridal: Queen for a Day

My Dearest, On this, our wedding day, I feel pure bliss and nervous anticipation of our lifetime together. Nary a detail was left out from...
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