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Cherisse Bradley: A Beautiful, Brilliant & Blessed Soul

Cherisse Bradley is a Lady, I repeat a Lady whose grace, beauty, strength and resilience can be a lesson for us all. I Found My Voice A Tribute to Women in Jazz, Funk and Soul is a creation from the mind of Cherisse Bradley that is arguably one of the most profound events held this … Continue reading

The Best Ways To Help The Planet

The planet we live on is extremely fragile and we don’t do it any favors by the way we use and abuse it. So many of us are extremely wasteful and have zero regard for the damage we are causing and the potential long term damage also. I totally understand that it is a very … Continue reading

Why Polyglots Are Sexy

One of the arguments you will hear when you want to learn a new language is that polyglots are sexier than people who speak just one language? To find out, let us look at all the area that go into making someone sexy and see how polyglots generally perform in those areas. Life success is … Continue reading

Cell Phone Security Strategies You Can’t Afford Not To Follow

Incidences of cell phone theft have increased substantially in recent months. According to the Federal Communications Commission, nearly a third of all robberies involve a cell phone being stolen. Fortunately, you will be less likely to have your phone and the information on it stolen if you take the proper steps. Here are some things … Continue reading

Infographic: Is College Right for Adults Over 30?

Many adults are going back to school as a consequence of the recent recession. They are doing this for two reasons: better pay and a better chance of being hired for a new job. At the same time, is this really paying off for these returning students? Here are a few things to consider. More … Continue reading

School Reunion Survival Tips

Photo by: Lee Bennett The geeks, the sporty ones, the teachers’ pets, the goths, the shy ones, the way-too-loud ones, the foreign exchange students, the list goes on and on. But no matter which dreadful category you belonged to, attending your school reunion can be a nerve-wracking thing. Even if you were one of the … Continue reading

Attending College As A Single Mom

Attending college as a single mom can be challenging, but with the right preparation you can be successful and earn your degree. Some of the things that you will want to consider include childcare, scheduling your classes at the right time and whether you should attend online courses for convenience. Taking the time to plan … Continue reading

Top Story – Abstinence Is Not Just For Sex

The word abstinence means the voluntary prevention of some physical activities that provide pleasure such as alcohol, sex, or eating food. People do abstinence because of various reasons, for example, personal likes and dislikes, religious pressures, and force by a loved one.  Scientifically speaking, abstinence means to stop using a certain drug that a person … Continue reading

Should You Donate Your Body To Science?

Do you consider yourself to be a giving person? Maybe you donate money to good causes, give away your old belongings or volunteer your time at a local school or nursing home. If you feel charitable and want to give the ultimate gift to mankind upon your passing, you might wish to donate your body … Continue reading

Black History Month Spotlight: Linda Scott – CEO LS1426 Inc.

Name and occupation? Linda Scott CEO LS1426Inc What do you love most about being a Black woman? What I love the most about being a Black Woman is the Strength that a black woman has to empower and educate others. Who or what inspires you? My grandmother is the person who inspires me the most … Continue reading

The ABC’s of Staying Sexy For Your Partner

Regardless of who you are, it’s important to stay attractive for your partner to maintain a healthy relationship. Men and women alike, especially those in marriage, let go of their physique over time. It may seem vein, but studies show that staying sexy for your partner is crucial for having a long and mutually happy … Continue reading

Flint Positive Spotlight: The Beecher Scholarship Incentive Program Presents “A Night in Harlem”

Are YOU Flint Positive?

Painting on Black Canvas

Over the past few years, many artists have developed a passion for painting on black canvas. The reason is because a black background can help the painter express so much more of his inner world than a plain and simple white one. In fact, one of the very first things people learn nowadays when attending … Continue reading

What It Really Means To Be Free

There are many things that are said to make us human, and that we consider as fundamental rights, but one of the loftiest and most important by all accounts is freedom. For many of us it’s our freedom that gives our life meaning and that makes it worthwhile. As such it tends to feature heavily … Continue reading


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