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April 11, 2014

Brandon Spikes Starts Twitter War With Patriot Fans

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By Dr. Sinclair N. Grey III Many former NFL players have alluded to playing in the NFL as modern day slavery. While some have made this statement, many of their critics have sited the millions of dollars they’ve made in such a system. Within every professional sport, there’s organization, structure, and discipline. Each year, players are cut for one reason or another. Let’s face it – it’s a business. Some…

Spider-Man 2 Soundtrack Will Feature Biggest Names In Pop Music

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By Andrew Scot Bolsinger Pharrell Williams, who is still riding the hot streak of a movie theme song that brought him an Academy Award nomination and a live performance slot during the show in March, conspired with fellow musicians Alisha Keys and Kendrick Lamar on a new track for the soon to be released “The Amazing Spider-Man 2.” MTV reported on a 47-second teaser of the song “It’s on Again,”…

Ask A Black Man – Episode 1: The Life of a SIngle Man

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    MadameNoire’s first talk show debuts with “Ask A Black Man” episode 1.     [leadplayer_vid id=”53479CF32E5BD”]

Small Fire – Part 22

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How to Stop a Divorce From Wrecking Your Finances

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  Are you worried about an ex spouse or soon-to-be ex ruining your credit? Unfortunately, in the aftermath of divorce, financial sabotage — whether intentional or accidental — is all too common. One of the worst financial hits you can take is when your credit gets ruined by your previous mate. Here’s what you need to know if you get a divorce or are thinking of splitting up, but you…

Celebrities and Divorce

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  Lynnette Khalfani-Cox, The Money Coach and LaTrive Verrett, The Solestress discuss the pressures on family, marriage and relationships that married celebrity couples must endure.       [leadplayer_vid id=”534797E0283D8″]

Racist? Why is Lupita Nyong’o being warned to avoid Tyler Perry films?

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People have warned Lupita Nyong’o to avoid Tyler Perry films for being “degrading.”  But do you really believe that white Hollywood is going to be more respectful to her image than Tyler Perry films?  Dr Boyce Watkins discusses the matter with Nomalanga Mhlauli-Moses.  Check it out. [leadplayer_vid id=”5347905BF2C2C”]