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HBCU sports loses another member
Thursday, April 16, 2015
The HBCU world lost a dear friend in last week’s passing of Marion Crowe Jr. “Mr. Crowe,” as everyone called him, was a Fayetteville State alumnus, hall of famer and longtime sports information director. He helped start the SID careers of many students during his 14-year career. Elizabeth City State has hired Derrick Johnson as its next
Stress: Relax… Relate… Release
Wednesday, April 15, 2015
Those six letters are uttered a great deal in the conversation. “These kids STRESS me out!” “Work is so STRESSful!” “My bills are just piling up and STRESSing me out!” Whether we talk about work, home, family, finances, death, birth, marriage, etc., stressors are around us. In part, our body may respond the same way with
Bull City Legacy prepares for playoffs
Wednesday, April 15, 2015
DURHAM – The Bull City Legacy played host to the Robeson County Showstoppers at Walltown Recreational Center last weekend. The TRBL playoffs are rapidly approaching, and these two teams showed playoff intensity throughout the game. Robeson County trailed 26-35 after the first quarter, but a pair of UNC-Pembroke products would bring the Showstoppers
Youth music program celebrates 10th year
Wednesday, April 15, 2015
RALEIGH – The Jambalaya project, named after the Cajun dish of the same name, is a music journalism program for students. This summer marks its 10th year in operation, and it will celebrate this milestone by expanding its services across the state. “We want to touch upon some more of these rural areas. Music and the arts is kind of dwindling
BOOK: The secret to career success
Wednesday, April 15, 2015
THE $UCCESS FACTOR: Navigating the Treacherous Waters of Corporate America By Ted Bagley Xlibris Publishing After working your way through college, earning your degree and polishing your resume, that first entry-level job opportunity comes along, and you easily nail the interview from your months of practicing in the mirror and receive an offer the next
Art of Cool Festival introduces new event
Wednesday, April 15, 2015
DURHAM – The Art of Cool Festival, a locally run, three-day music festival, is introducing a new conference as part of the festival’s second year. Innovate Your Cool will engage business and education communities in the greater Research Triangle Park area and beyond in dialogue surrounding innovation in business, music and culture. The event,
Camphor & OneWay rising to the top
Wednesday, April 15, 2015
Brandon Camphor & OneWay have hit Billboard’s Top 30 with the gospel tract “I Choose You.” The urban contemporary track sports smooth harmonies and Camphor’s bright tenor mounted on top of an inviting 1970s soul groove. The music video for the song debuted on OneWay’s YouTube channel on April 14. “Can you imagine
Community remembers 'dean of preachers’
Wednesday, April 15, 2015
BEDFORD-STUYVESANT — Residents, family members, and elected officials gathered on Monday to say their final goodbyes to a prominent preacher and civil rights leader who died last week. Hundreds of mourners flooded Concord Baptist Church of Christ for the funeral service of the Rev. Gardner C. Taylor, who died last week at 96 years old. Taylor served
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