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Author Archives: The Soul Brother
By Ben Drake In the vast majority of cases, your quality doesn’t matter. Yup, that’s right. Why? Because no one cares about the quality of your work; people care about the quality of their own work.This does not apply to the unconditional … Continue reading
By Kristen Gwynne A Virginia father’s trip to Walmart last week took an unexpected turn when he was accused of kidnapping his three young daughters because their skin color did not match his. Joseph, a white father in an interracial marriage who … Continue reading
by Alyssa Figueroa As Florida continues to search for their Powerball winner, some people are still fantasizing about what they would do if they won. Though the jackpot weighs in at $590.5 million dollars, the real prize isn’t exactly this precise … Continue reading
Tyrese, Ginuwine, and Tank known together as TGT. Their CD is due sometime in July keep an eye out for some REAL R&B, Enjoy!
Opening August 9, 2013 is this hilarious story of a drug dealer who creates a fake family so he can score a big deal smuggling weed into the U.S. We’re the Millers stars Jennifer Aniston, Emma Roberts, Ed Helms, and … Continue reading
Renowned Nigerian author Chinua Achebe, who died in March, is due to be buried in his home town in Anambra state. Mr Achebe’s body arrived back in Nigeria on Wednesday from the US. The author died in Boston at the … Continue reading