When I was invited to a “chocolate wine tasting” and food pairing at Thornton Winery, I admit I wasn’t sure what to expect. Chocolate wine? Is there really such a thing? Is it really wine? Would these wines be just too sweet for my tastes? But
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(San Diego, CA) Two San Diego women are in a heated race to represent the 79th district in the California State Assembly. If fate plays a part in the outcome,
In the first few chapters of Indie author Sheryl Mallory-Johnson’s latest intoxicating novel, “Love and Regrets,” (Wanasoma Books) we’re introduced to three beautiful, passionate, well-educated women: Carmen, Tempest and Dana. After becoming familiar with all three, it becomes apparent they are all characters we all
When my hand wasn’t being shook or my body hugged by old friends I stood with my mind tripping as I looked down at the multitude of people who had gathered to march in the name of Trayvon Martin who had been slain by George
On every 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month, the San Diego House of Blues hosts its high energy, mouthwatering, show-stopping Gospel brunch.
Come on, who doesn’t enjoy the sweet, magnetic sound of Gospel music coupled with a hearty meal of bacon, biscuits and gravy, southern
By: Jackie Peterson, President of Teen Advocates for Epilepsy
There is a common condition, often forgotten or overlooked, which affects more people than cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, Parkinson’s disease and multiple sclerosis combined. With 50,000 deaths and 200,000 new cases each year, it should have the public’s
At a screening held on Tuesday, March 21 at ABC TV Studios, The Chocolate Voice was on hand to interview some of the talented cast members and producers of Disney Junior’s new animated series “Doc McStuffins.” When asked the question, 'Do you like going to
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Surgeon General Regina M. Benjamin at a "Go Red for Women" event in NYC
The American Heart Association will be hosting their 2012 "Go Red for Women" luncheon on Friday, March 16th at the Hilton San Diego
Stunning chocolate beauty and sprinter Carmelita Jeter is recognized as the fastest women in the world! Jeter became the second-fastest woman in history in the 100m, winning her race in an astounding 10.64 seconds. Only the late Florence Griffith-Joyner (Flo Jo) has run faster.