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The Reason We Can Feast
Every day is a reason to celebrate when you know why you celebrate and for who.

Easter Traditions
I have vivid memories of being in my Grams kitchen on Easter. What fond memories do you have? What traditions or new traditions are you trying out this Easter season?

Recipes for Spinach and Portabella Quiches
Here are two fairly easy recipes for a spinach quiche, and a portabella and sausage quiche.

Sage & Apricot Glazed Ham
Here's an easy and delicious recipe for baked ham. Enjoy!

Easter Memories
Easter is a week away. A great opportunity to get together, share good food, fond memories, and make new memories. What do you remember the most about your family gatherings? Was it the food or the many traditions, or memories you have?

The Fight Over Healthcare Reform
The healthcare reform bill has been signed, and the fight continues. What is the fight really about: the government taking over, or Americans finally getting a fighting chance.

Target Hits The Mark With Inspiring Campaign
Target's inspirational campaign: Dare. Dream. Do. hits the mark. In an interview with Greg Cunningham of Target, he discusses the campaign, and how, through marketing, Target aims to address issues that impact African American consumers. Quotes from two notable persons who are making impacts today.

Mo'Nique Wins The Oscar!
Mo'Nique wins Best Supporting Actress Award at the 82nd Oscars. She delivered a moving acceptance speech, and pays homage to Ms. Hattie McDaniels.

Accepting Who You Are
Why do we put so much emphasis on what someone else says about us? It is time to accept who we are, and recognize the treasure that is in us.

Know Your History and Celebrate!
This is the continuing article to: Do You Know Your History? Getting to know your history can take on many meanings. Whatever you may uncover, know that you have the power to change things, always striving for better. Knowing your past can only make you stronger for tomorrow.

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