Japan in a dying way of life? 25 years without newborn!
During that quarter century without a newborn, the village population shrank by more than half to just 1,150 – down from 6,000 as recently as 40 years ago – as younger residents left and older residents died. Many homes were abandoned, some overrun by wildlife.
Marriage – Love not enough!
She explains further, “There are so many divorces and separations today because love doesn’t keep couples together, love can’t save the marriage. All those that have divorced or are separated were once in love with each other.
‘Notorious B.I.G.’ Wallace – A life, a legacy!
Born Christopher George Latore Wallace to Jamaican parents George Latore and Voletta Wallace, the future Bad Boy star was raised in the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn. According to his mother’s accounts, Wallace was a good student but succumbed to the trappings of the streets while in middle school.
Stereotyping, ethnic profiling huge challenge for Nigeria – Nollywood Actress
The Edo state-born actress described her experience starring in the 2020 film, ‘Nneka the Pretty Serpent’ as amazing saying, “I think it turned me inside out. It felt like I started over in my life, in my thinking and in what I could do as a person.”
Elon Musk doles out $1.9 billion Tesla stock
Musk is now the second richest person on the planet, behind Bernard Arnault, the chairman of French luxury goods giant LVMH, according to an estimate by Forbes’ real time billionaire tracker, with a net worth of about $196.5 billion.
An African legend lives on – Happy Birthday, Bob Marley!
Bob Marley converted to Rastafarianism in the 1960s, enraptured by both the Pan-African message of his hero Garvey and the story of Ethiopian regent and emperor Haile Selassie I, the latter revered as the messiah in Rastafarian culture.