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[Yes! Magazine] Detroit Black Community Food Security Network is creating other ways for black people to circulate healthy food—and wealth.

[Chicago Sun-Times] Co-host Regina Fraser, co-host of "Grannies on Safari," dies after fighting breast cancer, one year after friend Regina Fraser.

[7 x 7] The valley’s first African-American wine label opens a stylish new Catherine Kwong–designed tasting room in the heart of Downtown Napa. 

Tambra Raye Stevenson created Little WANDA, to empower little girls aroud the world to be the next generation of healthy eater and leaders.

Summer isn’t over yet. Take your taste buds on a personal vacation with these international finds. Enjoy your tour!

[Black Enterprise] After a career setback, Cynthia Daniels bounced back better than ever. 

[Joilet Patch] Although Joliet has over 300 restaurants, Joliet Central teacher Ernest Crim found only a handful are owned by black residents.

After closing her restaurant Saturday Dinette in Toronto unexpectedly, chef Suzanne Barr is turning a new chapter at the Gladstone Hotel.

Guatemala's former capital city, Antigua, attracts millions from around the world with its historical charm, vibrant culture, world-class cuisine and active nightlife.

[Richmond Times-Dispatch] Thillist.com names Mama J's in Richmond, VA to its top 50 list.

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