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I was born in Chicago, IL but moved to rural Aliceville, AL before fate landed me in the City of Champions. I can be heard during the midday, sometimes speaking with eloquence and professionalism. But every now and then, I have to "bring it on home," and you'd swear you were talking to a cousin or good friend. I have no problem making fun of myself, giving compliments, or saying what most people are thinking. That's just me!
(Photo credit: YouTube/Beyonce')
(Photo credit: YouTube/Beyonce')

Beyonce’ Already Expressed How Opinions Don’t Matter

 

Beyonce' dropped new music ahead of her weekend performance in the biggest sports event of the year. The music itself brought about mass hysteria, as fans and foes took over social media to share their opinions. But once she performed the song on the largest stage in the nation, all hysteria commenced.

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Throwback Thursday: Cassette Tapes…. Can Kids Identify Them?

It's amazing how the smallest of children can see a rotary phone and automatically know what it is. Real or fake, toddlers always lift the receivers and put them to their ears as if they instinctively know what a rotary phone is, though they're pretty much obsolete. Earlier this week, I discovered a cassette tape at my house and decided to see if the children knew what it was.

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Category: Articles
(Photo credit: YouTube/Lifetime)
(Photo credit: YouTube/Lifetime)

Casting Done Right: Lifetime’s Toni Braxton Biopic

Admittedly, I don't watch much television, but I did take the time to watch "Unbreak My Heart," the Toni Braxton biopic. Now, when most biopics are in the making, questions always come concerning who would play some of the significant roles. While some of the choices in this movie were questionable, a few of them were spot on!

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(Photo credit: John England Jr. Facebook)
(Photo credit: John England Jr. Facebook)

Black History in the Making: Judge John England

Anybody in Tuscaloosa that has had to deal with the justice system in Tuscaloosa has heard of Judge England. But what many don't know is that Judge John England was the first black circuit judge in Tuscaloosa and one of the first (along with Charles Steele, Jr.) to serve on the Tuscaloosa's first elected city council.

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Former MLB Coach Ron Jackson to Instruct Free Baseball Camps at Barnes YMCA

According to an email from the Benjamin Barnes YMCA, former Stillman College Baseball Coach and Randle Jennings and former Boston Red Sox and Willie Mays League of Birmingham Coach Ron Jackson will serve as instructors for a free Youth Baseball Camp for coaches from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 19 and for players and coaches from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 20.

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(Photo credit: YouTube/Clyde Bradley)

Black History in the Making: Charles Steele, Jr.

In the last two decades or so, he was known as Senator Charles Steele and then the National President of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. But Charles Steele, Jr.'s name was made great in Tuscaloosa long before either of these titles when in 1985, he became one of the first blacks elected to the Tuscaloosa City Council (along with John England, Jr.).

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(Photo credit: YouTube/FilmRise Documentaries)

Detective Says He Knows Who Killed Tupac and Biggie

According to The Blaze, LAPD Detective Greg Kading says Sean "Diddy" Combs hired gang members to kill Tupac and that Biggie's death was in retaliation. Supposedly, Diddy planned to have both Shakur and Suge Knight killed. An unharmed Knight is said to have hired a Bloods gang member to kill Biggie to avenge Tupac's death.

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