Saints, Please Pray; If You Can Get Down to Haiti to Help, Please Do So People called ‘Jesus, Jesus’ as Haiti was hit with a huge earthquake. A major earthquake hit impoverished Haiti on Tuesday, toppling buildings in the capital Port-au-Prince, burying residents in rubble and causing many deaths and injuries, witnesses in the city […]

Even though the release date for Karen Clark Sheard new album “All In One”, been moved to an April 2010, the anticipation is still high. The album’s go-go tinged lead single “Prayed Up” is a hit and could be indicative of another gem of a release from the baby of The Clark Sisters. The new […]

Via: // WASHINGTON — The United States is sending first responders to Haiti to assist victims of a powerful earthquake, as part of a coordinated American response that includes the departments of Defense, State and Homeland Security. Rajiv Shah, administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development, said a disaster response team “will be […]

Via: // PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — Haitians piled bodies along the devastated streets of their capital Wednesday after the strongest earthquake hit the poor Caribbean nation in more than 200 years crushed thousands of structures, from schools and shacks to the National Palace and the U.N. peacekeeping headquarters. Untold numbers were still trapped. The devastation […]

Via: // “Thirty percent of adults do not know where their parents keep important papers such as their health insurance card, financial statements or will.”- – Family Circle and Kaiser Foundation It’s the beginning of a New Year. This the time of the year in which we should lay out a plan that is […]

If you’ve been waiting on info about the highly anticipated third season of “Sunday Best,” get ready to dance and shout ’cause here it is.  The judges did their thing in Nigeria, and now they’re back in the States ready to kick off the domestic auditions and THEY WANT YOU! Once again, BET will be […]

Tye Tribbett and Greater Anointing (G.A.) will be parting ways BUT on a good note.  It is being reported that as of 2010 Tye will be launching a solo career and that their New Year’s Eve concert in Washington was the last event that he would be doing with Greater Anointing. Tye apparently broke the […]

Via: // Americans — black, white, brown, red, and yellow — are a selfish people. (Yes, I include myself in that number.) It’s part of being American, isn’t it? “America — where it’s all about us and how great we are and let’s intervene in all the world’s drama because they need us.” I […]

Via: // Being Black is not a fashion statement.<more>  It certainly wasn’t fashionable when Dr. King and the others were fighting for the right to drink from the same fountains, use the same restrooms and sit in the same classrooms as our White brothers and sisters.  Lynching wasn’t the “it” thing to do either.  […]

// In my last article I discussed the five worst foods for your body. In this article I will discuss the five best foods (super foods) according to Walnuts – As a tremendous source of protein, walnuts top the list. They are also packed with fiber, vitamin B magnesium and antioxidants. Flax Seeds – […]

// I was watching and enjoying Celebration Of Gospel last night on B.E.T.  I love live gospel sangin’!  The 10 year anniversary of Celebration Of Gospel did not lack some good sangin’.  I want to give a special shout out to two people I’ve worked with in the past who have made the show beyond […]

Via: // CHICAGO – Ousted Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich says he’s “blacker than Barack Obama” and tells Esquire magazine that he was a real person in a political arena dominated by phonies. Blagojevich, referring to the president as “this guy,” says Obama was elected based simply on hope. “What the (expletive)? Everything he’s saying’s on the […]