The regal life means stepping up to the throne, and reclaiming your royalty. The regal life is simply reaching your God-given potential and making a positive change in your life and the lives of others around you. It's a magazine, a talk show and a lifestyle. Are you living the regal life?
The purpose of Regal Media Group (RMG) is to inform, inspire and enlighten. RMG founder Todd A. Smith believes everyone has innate talents and skills, but it is up to the individual to use it to make the world a better place. RMG’s aim is to …Read More
Although the ultimate goal of Regal Media Group is to provide something for every demographic, RMG’s initial audience is the educated and sophisticated male. RegalMag.com’s core readership comes from Black men ages 25-64, with at …Read More
Regal Media Group, LLC is one brand with two products, Regal Magazine and “Regal Roundtable.” The magazine dubs itself as the online magazine honoring our royal heritage and reaches tens of thousands unique visitors per month…Read More
Parental advisory my friends: Be careful not to make some White people uncomfortable because you might be breaking the law soon in the crazy state of Florida. You truly cannot make this foolishness up. The Associated Press reported, “A bill pushed by Republican Governor Ron DeSantis that would prohibit public schools and private businesses from […]Read More
Kentucky science teacher William Bennett no longer has a job at Marion C. Moore High School in Louisville, Ky. A video recently went viral showing Bennett, a White teacher, pinning an African-American student to the ground and pulling on his hair. A Jefferson County Public Schools investigation uncovered that Bennett made “inappropriate comments” and “escalated […]Read More
Scott Henry, a Cypress Fairbanks Independent School District (Cy-Fair ISD) board member’s recent comments that implied that more Black teachers lead to higher dropout rates justifies the need for people to take local elections more seriously. Frankly, national elections just appear sexier. The issues often appeal to people more than local neighborhood issues like potholes […]Read More