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TCHTA Benefits from Strong Leadership

The Turks and Caicos Islands is blessed with visionary hospitality leaders in government and the private sector whose combined efforts have helped to position the British Overseas Territory as one of the leading destinations in the Caribbean.

Hospitality industry veteran, Stacy Cox

Helps Those Grieving Cope During the Holidays

The holiday season is here, and for most people, like the song says, it’s the “most wonderful time of the year.” However, for some, holidays can be especially difficult, particularly for those who have suffered a recent loss or who cannot seem to shake the grief related to losses which occurred a while ago. The fact that those who are grieving are around so many people who seem to be happy and having a good time can exacerbate negative feelings in those who have suffered or are anticipating a loss.

Nova Southeastern University (NSU) professor of psychology Dr. Ralph Cash

Single Men Joy, Women Misery

Let’s face it, there is a big difference between a bachelor and a spinster. True, they both have one thing in common, and that’s the single life, but whereas the bachelor has no wife, the spinster only has strife.

This Holiday Season, Judges Give Us Something to Celebrate

I’ve written about the importance of judges a few times over the last year. And every time I do, I realize that many people have never met a judge. Or they have, but it was at a time when they’d rather have been anywhere else. So the idea that judges are on my mind as something to celebrate this holiday season may strike you as strange. But bear with me.

Ben Jealous

Bad Child or Bad Parents

Someone once said, “There are no bad children, only bad parents.” The challenging thing about being a parent is that it does not come with a manual or handbook. Instead, parents simply have to play it by ear, wing it, and try to figure it out as they go along. More than often, they call upon what they learned from their parents.

Get Ready, Congress: Here Comes Gen Z

When 25-year-old Maxwell Frost of Florida takes his seat in the U.S House this month, he will be the nation’s first Gen Z member of Congress. That -- in and of itself -- is a major milestone and accomplishment. And what makes it even better is that Frost is a young Black man who won on a great platform focused on ending gun violence, addressing climate change and providing universal health care.

In Honor of Black women

Comedian Trevor Noah’s emotional farewell on “The Daily Show” last week resonated with many as he gave a special shout-out to Black women.

Illustration by Abdul Wahid, MPE

A Tribute to Brilliance

The holidays are a festive time but joy can suddenly be dampened by sadness at the passing of community stalwarts in our family, industry, institutions or nations.

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