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Meeting with Sky is usually all business—quick greeting, settling in our seats, then laptops and planners out. Sky is dedicated to doing the work, the work of building community, the work of showcasing our community’s best and brightest, but she also represents so much about what I’ve come to love about Tampa: there’s the business, the day-to-day hustle that demands fortitude and flexibility, but there’s also the vibe, the lighthearted, easy-going chill that invites us...


Starter  4 ounces (3/4 cup + 2 tablespoons) all-purpose flour  4 ounces (1/2 cup) water Weigh the flour and water and then combine them in a container. Stir vigorously until combined into a smooth batter which will look like a sticky, thick dough. Scrape down the sides and loosely cover the container with aplastic wrap or with a clean kitchen towel secured with a rubber band Place the container somewhere with a consistent room temperature...


Stormy days call for comfort food. Homemade lentil soup to the rescue! Ingredients: 2 ½ cups of lentils  1 can of chickpeas (drained) 1 large potato (diced) ½ diced onion 2 tablespoons of minced garlic  1 tablespoon of olive oil  64oz of water  Seasonings: Turmeric, paprika, garlic powder, dried onions, pink Himalayan sea salt, & Italian seasoning Cooking instructions: In a large pot, heat 2-3 tablespoons of olive oil over medium heat. Add garlic, onions, chick...


As part of a couple, you know all too well that conflict can arise. And there are probably a hundred and one articles out there about how to avoid conflict in your relationships, but this is not one of those articles. It is summer time! It’s time for teasing, it’s time for secret whispers and sexy moments of eye contact with your boo. So no more negativity; it’s all about keeping those Good Vibrations going...


Mental health is a topic that is not frequently talked about in the African American community. Oftentimes, this may be due to a lack of education or awareness of the signs and symptoms associated with the illness, as well as concern or fear of society’s views and opinions.  One of society’s views, in particular, may suggest that having a mental illness means you’re crazy or weak. But the truth is, our brains control every functionality...


Walter Clemont Noel migrated to Chicago from the island of Grenada for dentistry school when in 1910, he began to experience an onset of unusual symptoms of anemia and pain. Experienced doctors not interested in his case, passed the information over to novice medical residents. It was the evaluation of the novice resident which found an abnormal shape of Noel’s blood cells. He described it as a sickle shaped phenomenon. Ultimately, Noel died nearly seven...

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