What started as a personal health concern for Tamala Austin led to her becoming the first black owner of a juice brand sold at Whole Foods Market stores.
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Church etiquette for Easter Sunday services
Darian and Monica Lewis from the Monica Lewis School of Etiquette share with Isiah Carey some rules to follow as you attend church services on Easter Sunday.Read the full article
Parents who starved & shackled children sentenced to life
RIVERSIDE, Calif. (AP) - The eldest son and daughter of a couple who starved and shackled 12 of their children spoke publicly for the first time Friday, alternately condemning and forgiving their parents before a judge sentenced the pair to up to life in prison.
Since being freed from their prison-like home more than a year ago, the two adult children of David and Louise Turpin described how they had gained control of their lives and, despite receiving little education at home, were now enrolled in college and learning simple things, including how to ride a bike, swim and prepare a meal. They are still thin from years of malnutrition.
"I cannot describe in words what we went through growing up," said the oldest son, now 27. "Sometimes I still have nightmares of things that have happened, such as my siblings being chained up or getting beaten. But that is the past and this is now. I love my parents and have forgiven them for a lot of the things that they did to us."Read the full article