A review of the hour-long documentary ‘The Land Beneath Our Feet,’ which can be freely streamed on Amazon Prime.
Born into an underprivileged family that survived on subsistence farming, Mariam Meiplay could not start school until the age of 10. However, despite her rough beginnings, she would go on to be the 26-year-old CEO of Mako’s Fruits, a newly opened juice and smoothie bar in Congo Town.
A book review of Wayétu Moore’s debut memoir, “The Dragons, the Giant, the Women.”
In his debut book, Liberia in the Colorful World of Diplomacy, author John S. M. Yormie, Jr., an aspiring diplomat at the Monrovia-based Gabriel L. Dennis School of Foreign Service, elegantly and engagingly details Liberia’s landmark participation during the formation of major diplomatic institutions, while giving critical analysis about the impact of the first African republic’s membership and pivotal role in those organizations.
On the streets of New Georgia, a Monrovia suburb, the musician Nuchie Meek is universally recognized. But Nuchie Meek is more than a New Georgia star; he might be one of the more talented and versatile artists in Liberia today.
The prominent Liberian scholar, D. Elwood Dunn, has a new book out this month. Dr. Dunn’s new History of the Episcopal Church of Liberia Since 1980: A Sequel comes nearly two decades after the release of his first history of the church, covering 1821-1980.
A group of more than 15 international and local tourists last weekend visited the famous Mount Nimba in northeastern Liberia as part of a special tourist excursion organized by Jos Travel and Tours, Inc., a Liberian firm pushing the boundaries of tourism in the industry.
Learn how the American-based Pinkberry frozen yogurt brand came to Liberia.