Sweet Meets Spicy: Fresh Ideas for a Fun Fiesta Menu

There’s no better way to spice up a party than by using unexpected ingredients in fun, flavorful dishes and drinks. For your next fiesta, celebrate a star of the party with sweet and juicy watermelon.

Kristen Kish at Macy's Galleria to Celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

Join Macy's as we salute Asian Pacific American cuisine and culture with Chef Kristen Kish. Guests will enjoy cultural conversation, special tastings and more.

Unique Houston Cinco de Mayo Celebration at Killen’s Barbecue – May 6, 2017

This Cinco de Mayo weekend, pay homage to the margarita while sticking to a Houston staple.

Nas Opens "Sweet Chick" Restaurant In Los Angeles

South meets East meets West as Nas opens new "Sweet Chick" restaurant in LA.

The Crowds Gathered for Sugar Land Wine & Food 2017

This year marked the fourteenth year in a row that the City of Sugar Land and Fort Bend County hosted the annual wine and food event that attracts crowds of foodies, media bloggers, wine aficionados, and faithful attendees flocking to ...

Neighborhood Eats: Kitchen 713 during Houston Black Restaurant Week

Kitchen 713 is one of 21 restaurants taking part in Houston Black Restaurant Week. It starts Monday and continues through next week.

Chef Jose Andres Settles Legal Dispute With Donald Trump

Chef Jose Andres has settled his legal dispute with Donald Trump after two years when Andres decided to pull out of a deal to open a restaurant in the Trump International Hotel in Washington, DC.

Laurenzo’s: Continuing the Tradition of Food and Family

Walking into the new location of Laurenzo’s Bar & Grill in Midtown and there is only one reaction to be had, “Wow!” It is something that is so unexpected but quickly becoming the norm with the revitalization of the area ...

HBRW: Serving Up Black Businesses as the Main Dish

What to eat is a question that is becoming just as hard to answer as to where to eat. With the wide variety of offerings tempting our palates and the number of restaurants scattered throughout the city that question is ...

India to Ban Discrimination Against People with HIV/AIDS

India has passed a landmark bill which aims to ensure equal rights for those living with HIV/AIDS.

The Black Church & HIV Initiative Launches Newly Updated Pastoral Resources for Faith Leaders, Empowering Them to Incorporate HIV into Ministry

Today, The Black Church & HIV: The Social Justice Imperative announced the release of its newly updated pastoral resources for faith leaders in honor of Minority Health Month. The Pastoral Brief and the Activity Manual offer a foundational approach for ...

Nina Parker, Karen Civil, Don Benjamin, Amber Rose, Sibley, Kent Jones, Cordell Broadus, Jacquees and More Join Know Your Status Tour

The AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) announced today the launch of the Know Your Status Tour (KYST), a multi-city youth awareness campaign geared towards educating college students on the importance of safer sex, taking the proper precautions to avoid contracting STDs, ...

Sonshine Communications produces “Sistas Speak”

Sistas Organizing to Survive (S.O.S.), a grassroots movement supported by the Florida Department of Health, and Sonshine Communications have teamed up to develop a documentary video on the lives of Black women who are infected or affected by HIV/AIDS in ...

Neighborhood Eats: Cool Downtown Food And Drink Spot Turns One

Some of Houston's most popular food truck operators call it home, like the owners of Casian King and Melange Creperie.

Women Defy Tehran's Last Minute Marathon Ban

Hundreds of runners participated in "TehRUN" -- the Iranian capital's first international marathon -- on Friday, but many were left disappointed after authorities reportedly denied US citizens visas and prohibited women from taking part in the full race.