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The Chef

I think a lot of chef’s here have realized life is to short to be serving mediocre plates- Katlego Mlambo

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Diversity,Equity,Inclusion

Know the difference between “diversity,” “equity,” and “inclusion.” Though they’re often presented collectively as “DEI,” these terms each have their own meanings. To me, diversity means embracing and honoring a wide array of differences. It’s more than representing difference; it’s … Continue reading

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Black Man

Because I’m Black,” he says matter-of-factly, letting the response breathe for a moment. “In America, Black guys are considered a threat. Dark-skinned Black guys are considered more of a threat. And you put the dark-skinned Black guy in action, people … Continue reading

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Holiday Memories

In reading Andrea Gardenhour’s Op-Ed “A Christmas tree in a Jewish Home?” [Dec. 5, Opinion], I reflected on my own childhood in Seattle. My mother loved the holidays. She grew up in a small town where they were the only Jewish family … Continue reading

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Sexual Healing

Enjoy a few intimate nights, receive a great massage or pamper your own body. Connecting the soul to the skin will provided the medicine of appreciation and a celebration of your worthiness. Affirm the sensual body you’re in. Positively Purging-I … Continue reading

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