Via:  www.newsone.com // WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama has chosen the place where the economic meltdown began to argue that it can never happen again and pleading for legislation imposing stronger oversight on the financial industry. Without it, he says, America is doomed to repeat the past. In a speech Thursday at New York’s Cooper […]

The Soul Seekers Three years ago I sat in a crowded Compton, CA church (Love and Unity) and witnessed one of the most incredible recordings I’ve ever heard.  It was the Soul Seekers’ live recording of their second album. The Soul Seekers are a Stellar-Award winning contemporary gospel “quartet” comprised of young men who all […]

Via:  www.newsone.com // A NewsOne Exclusive With everyone from celebrities and huge corporations to small businesses touting their efforts to “go green,” there’s no doubt that the environmental movement has become mainstream. But does environmentalism include Black people? Between dealing with a struggling economy and the host of other problems afflicting the community, some Black […]

Via:  www.newsone.com // From Slate.com: It’s true, you’re not going to save the planet by choosing pleather jackets over leather ones, beer over wine, or MP3s over CDs. But each time we stage one of these cage matches, we’re forced to consider just how complicated the idea of “eco-friendliness” can be. It doesn’t just come […]

This years cruise was definitly one to remember.  Thank you to all the loyal listeners that sailed with us, as well as those that sailed with us for the first time.  Take a look at some of the fun that you missed, and come join the fun and sail with us in 2011! Check back […]

VIA: Google Images VIA:  MensHealth.Com In a Finnish study, men who ate the most apples and other foods high in quercetin had 20 percent less diabetes and heart disease deaths. Other good sources of quercetin are onions, tomatoes, leafy green vegetables, and berries. Legumes of all sorts—chickpeas, cannelloni beans, kidney beans, and lentils—are a great […]

VIA:  MensHealth.Com Did you know that 97% of Testicular Cancer cases are curable if detected early.

VIA:  Health.Com By:  Amanda MacMillan Belkin DualFit Armband ($24.99) wraps around your arm to give you easy access to the controls on your iPod while you’re pounding the pavement. Belkin will donate $2.50 for each armband sold to Susan G. Komen for the Cure. New Balance 2009 Lace Up for the Cure collection. The 41-piece […]

VIA:  Health.Com Prep: 5 minutes; Cook: 6 minutes. Have everything chopped, sliced, and minced, but don’t begin cooking the stir-fry until the rice is just about ready. Ingredients •    1 teaspoon olive oil •    3/4 pound peeled and deveined large shrimp •    1 small garlic clove, minced •    1 cup trimmed snow peas •    1/4 […]

Did you Miss The One Love Cruise? This years cruise was definitly one to remember.  Thank you to all the loyal listeners that sailed with us, as well as those that sailed with us for the first time.  Take a look at some of the fun that you missed, and come join the fun and […]

Mary Mary is the gospel duo of sisters Erica and Tina Campbell, and though they have world-wide recognition, three Grammy Awards and sold millions of records, Mary Mary feels a strong calling to inspire, encourage and motivate young girls to live an authentic and integrity-filled life. In their debut book release, Be U: Be Honest, […]

Via:  www.newsone.com // WASHINGTON — Dorothy Height, who as longtime president of the National Council of Negro Women was the leading female voice of the 1960s civil rights movement in the United States, died Tuesday. She was 98. Height, who continued actively speaking out into her 90s, had been at Howard University Hospital in Washington […]