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Reality or Fallacy...The Cost of Reality TV
What is “reality” TV? How is it benefiting our communities? What, if anything good, is it teaching the next generation? How much are we willing to sacrifice to be entertained and to gain that fifteen minutes of fame?

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

Recognizing The Truth About Yourself
We can sometimes get caught up in the evaluations and opinions of others concerning who we are. At times, it can overshadow who we really are, and have a profound impact on how we see ourselves. It's time to recognize the truth about yourself...from a Divine point of view.

Red Velvet Cake Recipe
Red Velvet Cake recipe. Whether you're an avid baker or a novice, here are two recipes for Red Velvet Cake, that are sure to please.

Reflecting Upon My Independence
Fourth of July was a fascinating time for me as a child. I loved the family gatherings and the celebrations and fantastic fireworks display. As I grew older, and hopefully wiser, I began to contemplate on what independence truly meant to me.

Remembering Bernie Mac
Remembering the Comedian Bernie Mac

Remembering Whitney Houston
Remembering the life of Whitney Houston. Through the ups and the downs, she left a legacy of love and music for the world to share in.

Reviving Our Black Communities
The decline of our Black communities began decades ago—many neighborhoods looking like third world nations ravished by war and famine. It is time to organize and plan, and revive our communities, while giving our youth something to fight for.

Robert Louis Fox...A Great Man & Leader
Sometimes we look for those of notoriety and of a certain fame to celebrate and admonish for Black History. But there are those who have fought on the sidelines, and the world may not know their name; but we know their name because they are family. Today I celebrate Robert Louis Fox. My Mentor.

Rue's Yum Yum Cake
Who doesn't like coconut cake? Here is one of my favorite versions of coconut cake...adapted for your ease.

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