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Unrest in Haiti strands State Department workers and American church groups

On Saturday, about 120 Americans and 100 Haitians were forced to hole up in the Oasis hotel after demonstrators tried to set the building alight and rush past security. One guest, Stacy Librandi Bourne, explained to CNN what she was experiencing. It's "a little bit more calm now," she said. "There’s still a lot of rioting, things like that … Continue reading Unrest in Haiti strands State Department workers and American church groups

SHEAMOISTURE FOUNDER LAUNCHES $100 MILLION FUND FOR WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS OF COLOR AT ESSENCE FESTIVAL

SheaMoisture haircare and skincare products founder Richelieu Dennis announced a $100 million fund for women entrepreneurs of color at the 2018 Essence Festival. Dennis told the audience at the press conference during the Essence Festival, “I’m proud to say that we get to officially launch the $100 million New Voices Fund for women of color … Continue reading SHEAMOISTURE FOUNDER LAUNCHES $100 MILLION FUND FOR WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS OF COLOR AT ESSENCE FESTIVAL

This 2018, be on the lookout for Soon Enough, directed by 19-year-old actor and director Luis Abe Jim. Soon Enough is an upcoming independent horror film revolving around a group of college students as they face a zombie outbreak. The film focuses on the strain the outbreak places on the interpersonal relationships between the students.

GLOBAL COMEDY SENSATION JEFF DUNHAM’S NEW PASSIVELY AGGRESSIVE INTERNATIONAL TOUR

Record-breaking global Comedy Superstar Jeff Dunham is bringing his cast of characters on the road, as America’s favorite ventriloquist tours North America on his 60-city Passively Aggressive tour through spring 2018.  Tickets on sale now at jeffdunham.com. Jeff Dunham chats with LV Magazine about his upcoming tour in the cover story of our June issue.   For Tickets Visit: jeffdunham.com   2018 Passively … Continue reading GLOBAL COMEDY SENSATION JEFF DUNHAM’S NEW PASSIVELY AGGRESSIVE INTERNATIONAL TOUR

Would you trade a year of your life and your eyesight to break into coaching?

Mountain Hawks' video coordinator, Jack Humsey, did just that. With long terms goals of coaching the Boston Celtics, Humsey contacted 100 colleges in hopes of breaking into college basketball.     Lehigh University offered Humsey a year-long volunteer position as the Mountain Hawks' video coordinator. Now, he spends most days watching videos of high school … Continue reading Would you trade a year of your life and your eyesight to break into coaching?