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Apollo and BET Networks Host Powerful Town Hall to Get Out the Vote

Star panelists who gathered at Harlem’s Apollo Theater on Monday night for a town hall…

Common Sensual: Get Up, Get Out and Get Something, Girl!

My fellow Aidans and Mr. Bigs never seem to share our own stories of love,…

Getting Serious About African-Americans and Heart Health

In recognition of February’s designation as American Heart Month, we are revisiting this exclusive and informative February 2017 article.

5 Tips to Get You Mentally Prepped to Work Out

Exercise is more mental than physical, says the author, who offers great advice on moving your mind in this revisited August 2017 article.

[GET LIFE] The Ultimate Winter Workout Guide

Yes, it’s January, typically the coldest month of the year, and harder to stick to an outdoor fitness routine. Follow the advice offered by the fitness trainer author of this revisited December 2013 article to help you stay on track.

Make the Holidays Special Without Blowing the Budget

[Parenting] Make the Holidays Special Without Blowing Your Budget

There are many things parents–and children–can do without spending a lot of money to make the holidays memorable, says the author of this revisited December 2012 article.

Regina Hall Shares Story About Getting High With Her Mom

Regina Hall Shares Story About Getting High With Her Mom

Happy birthday to King, born Dec. 12, 1970! In celebration of the actress, we’re revisiting this very humorous March 2019 article.

4 Tips for Fitness Burnout

[GET LIFE] 4 Tips for Fighting Fitness Burnout

Don’t be too hard on yourself if you fall behind in your exercise regime because you just don’t feel like dong it. Take the advice of a fitness pro on how to overcome in this revisited October 2013 article.

He’s Nuts! Black Men Better Get Serious About Prostate Cancer

In our ongoing recognition of September’s designation as Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, we are reposting articles that focus on the disease, such as this one from June 2012.

'Native Son's' Margaret Qualley & Nick Robinson Get Real About White Privilege

‘Native Son’s’ Margaret Qualley & Nick Robinson Get Real About White Privilege

EBONY recently sat down with Margaret Qualley and Nick Robinson, who play couple Mary Dalton…