How My Daughter Got Me Into Gospel Music

How My Daughter Got Me Into Gospel Music
Panama Jackson is the co-founder and Senior Editor of VerySmartBrothas.com. He lives in Washington, DC, and believes children are our future and that if we teach them well, we can let them lead the way. He also really likes Kool-Aid. Still.
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Gospel Music – “Automobile” Video
It’s always nice when a random blog-roll inclusion delivers an unexpected ditty. Gospel Music’s “Automobile” might not be something you would jam to initially, but has enough songwriting spell to entrance you into humming the carefree cocktail all …
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Spreading the gospel music
OAKLAND — The members of the McCoy Memorial Baptist Church choir in Los Angeles have been working very hard lately. The 40-member ensemble normally meets once a week at its East 46th Street home. But since reaching the L.A. regional semifinals of the “How …
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Weatherspoon Into The Semis, ISU 11th At Midlands

sportWeatherspoon Into The Semis, ISU 11th At Midlands
EVANSTON, Ill. – The Iowa State wrestling team sits in 11th place with 37 team points. The Cyclones’ No. 3 Lelund Weatherspoon advanced to the semifinals, while No. 4 Earl Hall, unattached Kanen Storr and Colston DiBlasi remain alive on the backside of …
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Moorhead’s Grove, three West Fargo wrestlers make semifinals at Rumble on the Red
FARGO—Moorhead’s Sam Grove and Jared Franek, Brandon Metz and Jesse Shearer, all from West Fargo, advanced to the semifinals at the Rumble on the Red wrestling tournament Thursday, Dec. 29, at the Fargodome. Franek (23-0) pinned Alex VanDyke from Omaha, Neb.
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Columbia has ruled wrestling in the state the last 10 years
NAMPA — Before each and every practice, Columbia wrestling coach Todd Cady looks up at the walls of the wrestling room. There he sees all the pictures of the state championship teams over the years, and the names of every kid that has ever placed at state.
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Local chefs incorporate foraged foods into restaurant menus

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This story appears in Birmingham magazine’s October 2016 issue. Subscribe today! Most people miss what Tim Pfitzer sees everywhere in Alabama’s urban and rural landscapes. He sees food. Pfitzer practices the ancient and once-common art of foraging—eating …
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In good fun: 15 chefs cook their hearts out for the Center of Excellence
Everyone loves a good meal. An exciting night out watching teams of casual cooks, led by local chefs, cook themselves to victory is a treat all its own. Friday night, Tampa Bay chefs Ferrell Alvarez of Rooster & the Till, Tyson Grant of Parkshore Grill and …
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An In-Depth Look at the Legal Fight Between the Trumps and D.C. Chefs
Donald Trump’s disparaging comments about immigrants, women, and minorities have done more than hurt his polling numbers. They’ve hurt his brand, too. But when chefs began pulling out of his most recent hotel project in Washington, DC — inside the …
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Four Michelin star chefs sweep into town this fall. Here’s how you get in on the action.

cusineFour Michelin star chefs sweep into town this fall. Here’s how you get in on the action.
Color us excited! This fall, from August to November, Le Royal Méridien Shanghai presents the “Dressed Up 2016” Michelin Dining Experience, an extraordinary culinary event that will take you on a spectacular gastronomic journey. They’re bringing four …
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Chefs are temperamental
Mark Poynton is aware of the irony of coming to India to cook curry for us. The chef patron of the award winning Alimentum restaurant in Cambridge, was in Bengaluru for the Taste of Britain Curry Festival at ITC Windsor Bengaluru. Over a meal of blue …
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Davidoff Chefs Edition
In February, Davidoff hosted its annual Tour Gastronomique in the Dominican Republic for the first time in the event’s history. Historically taking place at locations around Europe, the event features the collaboration of Davidoff and famous chefs in …
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Should rugby follow NRL into television bunker?

sportShould rugby follow NRL into television bunker?
Rugby has borrowed many things from its 13-man spin-off over the years and it seems rugby league’s latest development, the video-replay bunker, has also worked its way onto the World Rugby radar. While technology and the use of the Television Match …
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Football and rugby hit by ticket fraud
The figures, from the City of London Police National Fraud Intelligence Bureau and awareness group Get Safe Online, suggest that fans of the Rugby Union World Cup and Premier League football were targeted in more than a quarter of ticket scam cases.
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Video: Rugby player given a red card and a one-week ban after throwing a
ACT Brumbies’ Josh Mann-Rea saw red lat the weekend for landing a number of punches on an opponent during the Super Rugby clash with the Cape Town Stormers. Share. Facebook · Twitter · Google · Email. Go To. Comments. The 35-year-old caught …
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Captain Green’s voyage into jazzy waters

musicCaptain Green’s voyage into jazzy waters
Captain Green consists of lead guitarist Grant Hudson, trumpeter Dave Melançon, drummers Chris Lee and Michael Harris, keyboardist Ross Hoppe, saxophonists Darin Jones and Kevin McMann and bassist Robert Kling. Hudson went on to say that the …
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Brian Blade Fellowship at the Dakota, March 2-3
Blade formed the Fellowship Band in 1997, as a septet with saxophonists Myron Walden and Melvin Butler, guitarists Jeff Parker or Kurt Rosenwinkel, pedal steel guitarist Dave Easley, pianist Jon Cowherd and bassist Chris Thomas. Their debut album …
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Saxophone Day 2016 set for March 5 at Southern Miss
“Dariusz is one of the most active saxophonists in Eastern Europe and has established an exceptional studio at the Academy of Music in Szczecin, Poland,” said Dr. Larry Gwozdz, professor of Music at Southern Miss. “He is a regular collaborator with the …
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9 seniors to lead Ohio State women’s lacrosse into the 2016 season

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9 seniors to lead Ohio State women’s lacrosse into the 2016 season
With its home opener on Feb. 13 approaching, the Ohio State women’s lacrosse team is looking to enter the 2016 season with the strong leadership and influence from nine seniors guiding the way. Alexis Venechanos, the sixth-year coach of the Buckeyes, …
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NCAA hosting boys and girls youth tournaments duing lacrosse championship weekend
INDIANAPOLIS — The NCAA is adding a pair of youth tournaments to the excitement around the 2016 NCAA Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse Championships in Philadelphia. “This is another exciting opportunity for young lacrosse players to participate in one of …
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Hopewell Valley’s Sabrina Schrader, a Division I lacrosse commit, balances her
“I have a fall lacrosse season, plus school soccer, so that’s the one that conflicts the most,” said Schrader, who has come to embrace her nickname ‘Beans’ after admitting she initially didn’t like it. “Once I committed, it was a little bit easier, but …
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Incorporate Antiques into Your Decor

trendIncorporate Antiques into Your Decor
Fortunately, this antiquing gift is an art that can be learned. To start, Samantha Davidson, owner of StoneHouse Merchant in Branson, believes a home should be collected, not decorated. “Our homes should tell a story—where we’ve been and where we’re …
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Guide to Antiquing in New Hampshire
Guide to Antiquing in New Hampshire. It’s August, which means it’s time for the 58th annual NH Antiques Week. To mark this year’s celebration of antiquing, we’ve constructed a guide for newbies with advice from experts who’ve played the game of …
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Rodney T. Marvel Sr., retired meat cutter
Rodney was also a member of the Cripple Creek Country Club and part of the MISGA golf club. In his free time, Rodney enjoyed dancing, going on cruises, antiquing, golfing and doing yardwork. He will be forever remembered as a loving husband, father and …
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TV turns politics into entertainment

trendTV turns politics into entertainment
But this year, with television spending more time than ever on presidential politics this early in an election cycle, even I am wondering if enough is enough, given the quality of the coverage. More really is less, it seems, when it comes to the kind …
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And Then There Were 16
It has been a privilege and an honor to travel this country, to speak with the American people about their hopes and dreams, to see a sense of optimism prevalent despite a season of cynical politics.” Since launching his second presidential bid in June …
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