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BOOK: Marleys take you into the kitchen
Thursday, September 29, 2016
Ziggy Marley and Family Cookbook By Ziggy Marley Akashic Books, $24.95 HC As the oldest son of Bob and Rita Marley, Ziggy was raised with both traditional Jamaican food and the more natural and healthy “ital.” food of the family’s Rastafari culture. The 54 recipes included in the book, inspired by Ziggy’s youth and accompanied by
 
Evangelical leaders gather for 'solemn assembly'
Thursday, September 29, 2016
DALLAS – Some of the nation's most recognizable evangelical leaders are rolling out a three-pronged plan designed to call Christians, across denominational and racial lines, to a new age of spiritual awakening. Nearly a dozen pastors and teachers stood shoulder to shoulder in Dallas Sept. 21 for The Gathering 2016 at GateWay Church, a
 
Loss puts Bethune on the clock
Thursday, September 29, 2016
North Carolina Central football coach Jerry Mack admitted this week that his team had marked Saturday’s game against Bethune-Cookman on their calendar. You know the story by now: The Eagles’ loss to the Wildcats last season cost them the Celebration Bowl. So their rallying this season has been to “finish” each game.
 
One winless Triangle team remains
Thursday, September 29, 2016
The last of the CIAA unbeatens fell when Virginia State lost to Winston-Salem State. Tennessee State and Tuskegee, however, kept their records unblemished. N.C. Central (1-0 MEAC, 2-2) vs. Bethune-Cookman (0-3) Coach Jerry Mack managed to keep his team focused on Norfolk State and not this Saturday’s game at Bethune-Cookman. The Eagles have a score
 
WhereU helps users shop black
Wednesday, September 28, 2016
Business runs through Dionne Mahaffey’s veins. Her father was an entrepreneur as she grew up in Birmingham, Alabama, so it was almost inevitable that Mahaffey, a business psychologist and self-described “techie,” would develop WhereU. It’s in her DNA. Mahaffey’s app works as a search engine and GPS-driven directory. Its
 
Students still lack sleep with new bell schedule
Wednesday, September 28, 2016
DURHAM – Durham public schools now start and end about an hour-and-a-half later, leaving some students with little time for after-school jobs and activities. In August 2015, after a decade of deliberation and research, DPS voted to switch the elementary school and high school bell schedules in order to enable high school students to get more sleep
 
Duke set to honor campus black architect
Tuesday, September 27, 2016
DURHAM – Duke University will honor the contributions of campus architect Julian Abele at Sept. 30 at 3:30 p.m. with the dedication of Abele Quad on Duke’s West Campus. The event, the first in a yearlong series recognizing the African-American architect, is free and open to the public. Parking is available in the Bryan Center lot and garage.
 
African American museum is a ‘living’ testament
Tuesday, September 27, 2016
The just-opened National Museum of African American History and Culture is a work-in-progress — in every way. Surprisingly, this is its best asset. In one way, that description is literal. On Media Day, less than 10 days before its grand opening, the museum’s grounds still were littered with cigarette butts, snack bags and other leftovers from
 
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