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With bittersweet emotion, President Obama attended his sixth and final White House Science Fair on Wednesday, witnessing projects from more than 130 bright students, who presented ideas to save the planet, and treat Ebola, reports NBC News.

"It looks like I'm special, but I'm not. I'm no different from anybody else," Hadiyah-Nicole Green said. "When opportunity found me, I was prepared."

When the parents of two Nigerian immigrants gave birth to a baby boy in 1980, we’re betting they didn’t realize that their son’s name and…

  These days the “Twitterverse” is inescapable and who can believe that just a decade ago the term “tweet” was still associated with birds. But…

“Slut shaming” is, more or less, the act of making a woman feel like a slut for any number of reasons from “provocative dress” to…

Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia Modified operations, beginning April 8, the museum will no longer accept patrons as walk-ins nor accepting appointments for tours. The Black History Museum plans to renovate and relocate to the Leigh Street Armory,  the new location slated to open in 2014. You can support the project by […]

RICHMOND, VA, (RADIO ONE): Miracle Of Christmas, Live At The Metro Richmond Zoo is a live rendition of the birth of Christ. The 15 minute pageant features live animals from the Zoo, musical performances from local groups. December 21-23 at 7pm, 7:45 and 8:30pm with a special Spanish Program Sunday, December 23 at 9pm at […]

23rd annual Duck Race, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Richmond & Tri-Cities, Saturday, August 11, 2-6pm, Rocketts Landing, 4708 East Old Main Street, next to the Boathouse Restaurant, Ducks drop at 5pm, ducks on sale $7 each, or 5 for $25, ducks sold day of race, www.bigbrobigsis.com, 804-261-4940, grand prize, a Nissan, Versa. 3rd […]

Scientists said Tuesday that they have narrowed down their search for the so-called God particle, or the Higgs boson, the particle believed to be the basic building block of the universe. SEE ALSO: Could Maya Rudolph’s Movie Nab An Oscar?

With LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning) issues and activism on the rise, there’s a ton of discussion about homosexual origins, choices and ideology that impacts us all. Most recently, a panel of doctors, experts and officials known as “Oprah’s All Stars” voiced updates on the medical research behind the scientific side of such sexual […]

It’s what the Astronauts wore in Space and now you can see “Spacesuits” in a new exhibit at the Science Museum of Virignia. “Suited for Space” is at the Museum through December 31. Get details at www.smv.org or call 804-864-1400.