October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and according to BlackDoctor.org “African-American females experience higher death rates from breast cancer than any other racial or ethnic group.” This is partially due to African-American women tending to have more aggressive tumors. The fact is not meant to scare you, but it is meant as a wake up […]

Like it or not, Vick vs McNabb is the only thing that matters in the NFL this week. Check the story line: McNabb basically saves Vick’s career by giving him what he thought would be a nice cozy bed and breakfast with a short stay. Instead… McNabb get’s the leaving papers and somehow Vick get’s […]

An African proverb tells us, “If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” 1. Value all your relationships 2. Interacting with a variety of people boosts your immune system and increases your chances of success. 3. We can stretch ourselves with acquaintances and move beyond familiar roles. […]

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What a difference a year makes.  In 2009, the Philadelphia Eagles went out on the limb to sign QB Michael Vick, partly at the request of the team’s star QB Donovan McNabb, who then proceeded to teach & mentor Vick as he tried to settle back into the reality of playing pro football again.  By […]

President Obama will hold a press conference tomorrow in which speculation is that he will announce that White House Chief Of Staff Rahm Emanuel,  is resigning to pursue the office of  Mayor of Chicago.  White House spokesman Robert Gibbs says an 11am news conference scheduled for tomorrow in which the President will discuss “personel” changes in the administration.  […]

Comedian Greg Giraldo died Wednesday (September 29) at age 44 from a reportedly accidental prescription-drug overdose. Giraldo had been hospitalized in New Brunswick, New Jersey, after he overdosed on prescription pills last weekend. According to TMZ, the overdose was not a suicide attempt.

The fourth man to file a lawsuit accusing Bishop Eddie Long of sexual coercion talked exclusively to Channel 2 investigative reporter Jodie Fleischer on Wednesday. Spencer LeGrande, a member of New Birth Charlotte said the pastor coerced him into a sexual relationship. From WSB-TV: LeGrande, now 22, told Fleischer he decided to come forward with […]

President Barack Obama answered a few questions from an intimate audience at the Southampton Recreation Association as Richmond Mayor Dwight C. Jones was in attendance.   President Obama told voters to retain hope and head to the polls in November and credited his Republican opposition for a “pretty successful strategy” of appealing to people’s frustrations with the […]

President Obama and I went to school together. Our daughters do not. While Malia and Sasha are being educated at one of the most prestigious schools in the country, the Sidwell Friends School, my daughter and her brother attend E.L. Haynes, a Washington, DC Public Charter School after spending their early elementary years at Watkins […]