Marijuana possesion needs to be dicriminalized

Casting AspersionsBeing proud of the state you live in is not that uncommon a sentiment, though such feelings often defy logic and reason. Here...

DJ Vito Fun spinning and shooting everywhere

An interview with DJ Vito Fun Vito Fun certainly manages to live up to his name. Not only does he continue to spin for...

AIDS statistics are massively undereported

HIV/AIDS NewsOne would assume there wouldn’t be mistakes when calculating the total number of people in the country infected with HIV/AIDs;  so why is...

In MotherSON Jeffrey Solomon Plays Both Sides of the Fence

Emmy Nominated Jeffrey Solomon is set to perform his critically acclaimed play MotherSON on March 27 at  8pm and  March 28 at 3pm at the...

A Day in Our Shoes is an exclusive online video about...

Homeless kid on the streets from In The Life videoThere are an estimated 3,800 homeless youth in New York City. About 1,500 of them identity as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender. Government funding provides fewer than 200 shelter beds for all homeless children in the big apple. In The Life Media's A Day in Our Shoes features a day in the life of a homeless teenager in New York City.

The Power of Music just is….

CD MUSIC REVIEWI had the amazing privilege of being able to listen to the newest release by Kristine W called The Power of Music...

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The Ravi verdict – no one Is happy

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The verdict handed down on Monday, May 21, in the highly controversial case of Dharun Ravi seems to have satisfied no one – the usual effect of compromise. Dispassionate consideration however should reveal the decision to be, in fact, an eminently fair one. 30 days in the workhouse followed by community service and a judicial recommendation against subsequent deportation should come as an enormous relief to Ravi and his family, considering what the other options available to the court were.

The LGBT landscape is changing says Indigo Girls Emily Saliers

Amy Ray and Emily Saliers, collectively known as The Indigo Girls, have blazed trails since the beginning of their career. From being one of the first acts to come out, to continuing to fight for equality for the LGBT community, the Indigo Girls are true icons in the music world. Here, Entertainment Editor Cookie talks to Emily Saliers about their tour with the legendary Joan Baez, how they choose their collaborations, and working with Pink.

Celebrating the Winter Olympics & WinterPride in Vancouver and Whistler

Out of Town British Columbia’s star city, Vancouver, and most famous ski town, Whistler, are hosting the Winter Olympics and Paralympics in early 2010,...