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Wednesday, April 19, 2017

New Young Adult Book Available Now: Speed of Life






SPEED OF LIFE by Carol Weston

Sofia lost her mother eight months ago, and her friends were 100% there for her. Now it's a new year and they're ready for Sofia to move on. This book was a delightful read. Told from the perspective of a naive teenage girl who has just lost her mother.. The book is well-written and heart-warming
 The story unfolds as the main character, Sofia,  deals with her father's new relationship and her friends moving on with their lives while she feels stuck in sadness and grief. I would recommend this story to any teenager as a good coming-of-age story with a delightful twist!





SPEED OF LIFE, is the heartbreaking, heartwarming story of a girl who thinks her life is over when really it's just beginning. It's a novel about love, family, grief, and growing up.

"A wonderful book that takes us from loss to laughter." --Richard Peck, author of The Best Man and Newbery Gold Medalist A Year Down Yonder

"You won't want to put it down. But my advice is slow down and savor this delightful book, full of carino, funny and heartfelt, and (spoiler alert) not just for teens." --Julia Alvarez, author of In the Time of the Butterflies and Return to Sender


Published by Sourcebooks

Monday, August 29, 2016

New Edition Miniseries to Air in January on BET

Elijah Kelley, Luke James, Algee Smith, Keith Powers, Bryshere Y. Gray, and Woody McClain star in The New Edition Story miniseries.

BET will host the 3-night miniseries chronicling the ups and downs of legendary music group New Edition from their humble beginnings in Boston to individual solo success and everything in between. 

 


New Edition Back in the Day... 



Summertime is Almost Over...



                                      Happy Back to School Time !

Kids are going back to school and parents all over the country are sighing in relief that the summer season is finally over!

 

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Parents, what are you going to do for yourself, now that school is back in session?

Monday, June 27, 2016

Passionate Speech Given at this Year's BET Awards

Jesse Williams accepted the Humanitarian Award during the 2016 BET Awards at the Microsoft Theater on June 26, 2016 in Los Angeles, California.

BET CEO Debra Lee presented his award “for his continued efforts and steadfast commitment to furthering social change.”

34 year-old Williams, who plays Dr. Jackson Avery on ABC's "Grey’s Anatomy", has been working tirelessly to give a voice to the voiceless in the Black Lives Matter movement. In October 2014, he joined protests in Ferguson, Missouri to protest the shooting of Michael Brown. He was also an actor and executive producer of Stay Woke, a documentary about the movement that premiered in May. He has written extensively on Black Lives Matter and met with President Obama earlier this year to
discuss his humanitarian work.

See his speech below:



After inspiring the crowd, Williams continued his message backstage.

"People are getting more comfortable being political,” Williams told reporters. “We live here, we pay taxes, we should be able to talk about it. Just because I can dunk or act doesn't mean I have to shut the hell up about issues that actually impact me and my people." “We cannot allow the society to separate, to extract from the black community, the best and brightest in a particular genre of expression that makes money for white corporations, and then separate us from the rest of the people. People out here are suffering. People out here are poor and abandoned and unsupported, and just because we get to be here tonight doesn't mean that we've made it.”



 

Saturday, June 11, 2016

I May Be a Little Late on This One Folks...

Was I asleep for the last few months? This recent internet craze just passed me by!
Two charming young high school students started the trend of the Running Man Challenge
( #RunningManChallenge) and it was picked up by some college ball players at the University of Maryland.  It's about fizzled out by now, but let's see if we can get it going again!!!




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Wednesday, December 23, 2015