Kirk Franklin Worries Gospel Music Might Fade Away Just Like Disco

musicKirk Franklin Worries Gospel Music Might Fade Away Just Like Disco
Gospel singer Kirk Franklin is not optimistic about the future of gospel music. He worries that God-themed music would fade away the same way disco did. Franklin shared his thoughts during a guest appearance at Erica Campbell’s syndicated radio show “Get Up!
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Funeral home director, gospel singer faces child sex charges
He’s scheduled to appear in court February 15. It wasn’t immediately known if he had an attorney. Massey operates Massey Funeral Home. His website describes him as an “accomplished musician” best known for gospel music.
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True Worship Music Is Gospel Music Even If It Isn’t Gospel Music
We talk about Colossians 3:16 a lot here at My Song In The Night, because it tells us what kind of songs please God when we assemble together as his church. It has nothing to do with the instruments or the style you use, as long as the music aids our …
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10 Hip-Hop Albums For People Who Don’t Like Hip-Hop

Generated by IJG JPEG Library10 Hip-Hop Albums For People Who Don’t Like Hip-Hop
Hip-Hop is firmly entrenched into the American musical landscape, having emerged out of American politics and musical styles a mere 42 years ago. It can be a divisive genre, though, and those out there who claim not to really feel it perhaps have only ever …
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KRS Plans New Hip-Hop Religion With ‘Gospel of Hip Hop’
Rap pioneer KRS-One has bigger plans for Hip-Hop as he’s announced that he will soon release The Gospel of Hip Hop: The First Instrument, a 600-page book that examines the spirituality of the culture. The Boogie Down Production s Teacha said his new …
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The GODS Of Hip-Hop: A Reflection On The Five Percenter Influence On Rap Music & Culture
“We were beginner’s in the hood as Five Percenters / But something must’ve got in us, ‘cause all of us turned to sinners…” -AZ on Nas’ “Life’s a Bi#ch” Hip-Hop has lost its way… or shall we say balance. While flaunting money and …
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We Tried Umi Kitchen—a New Company That’s Like Seamless for Home Cooked Meals

cusineWe Tried Umi Kitchen—a New Company That’s Like Seamless for Home Cooked Meals
So for those who want home cooking but don’t have the time to do it themselves, a new company has created a way to replace your delivery from nearby restaurants with delivery from nearby home chefs. Umi Kitchen, a new food startup—which officially …
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Top London Chefs Cook Banquet To Raise Money For Syrian Children
Top London chefs and restaurants have teamed up to raise money for Unicef UK’s Children of Syria fund. The initiative, started by Unicef NEXTGenLondon, ClerkenwellBoy and SUITCASE Magazine, will be a month long campaign in November, beginning with a …
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PHeaSt 2016: A Celebration of Chefs and Growers Sweepstakes
One (1) winner will receive two (2) tickets to PHeaSt at the PHS Warehouse, The Navy Yard, 5201 South 13th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19112 on October 7, 2016, 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm (Approximate Retail Value: $ 330.00). Prize does not include parking, taxes, or …
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Ride Like A Girl: Motocross Ladies

sportRide Like A Girl: Motocross Ladies
Motocross Ladies, where women from around the world are united with the same passion for motocross. From wins to loses, scrapes and bruises, we are shining a light on women’s motocross racing on both amateur and professional levels… one race, one …
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Shipwreck Coast Motocross Club posts strong results in Western Region Moto-X Series
Shipwreck Coast Motocross Club is celebrating strong results in the final round of the 2016 Western Region Moto-X Series. The club had 42 top 20 finishes, and 32 top ten finishes. Lauren Cook won the ladies’ clubwomen, while Rachel Dendle finished third …
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STRIJBOS & SUZUKI STRONG AT GLEN HELEN MXGP
An encouraging start to the final fixture of the 2016 FIM Motocross World Championship at Glen Helen for the Grand Prix of USA saw Team Suzuki World MXGP’s Kevin Strijbos race to fourth position in qualification. Hot sunshine lashed the San Bernardino …
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Is It Time to Stick a Fork in Celebrity Chefs Like Guy Fieri?

cusineIs It Time to Stick a Fork in Celebrity Chefs Like Guy Fieri?
Has the celebrity chef movement jumped the shark? That’s perhaps the only question that New York Times restaurant critic Pete Wells didn’t ask in his review-slash-evisceration of Guy Fieri’s new Times Square eatery, Guy’s American Kitchen & Bar.
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Rhodes in Abu Dhabi: we examine why celebrity chefs are drawn to the UAE
As the St Regis Abu Dhabi opened its doors on the Corniche last week, Gary Rhodes, the spiky-haired British celebrity chef, could be seen frantically putting the final touches to dishes before sending them out to diners at his new restaurant Rhodes 44, the …
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Venezuelan Chef Wins Basque Culinary World Prize
Di Giacobbe was chosen from a list of 20 finalists — a diverse mix of world-famous chefs (José Andrés, Daniel Boulud) and relative unknowns from underdeveloped nations. Judges cited her efforts in building an “ecosystem of education …
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Dining Review: Like dining among palms and sand

cusineDining Review: Like dining among palms and sand
My son was craving Cuban food. He loves fried plantains and black beans from Porto’s. Who doesn’t? But I had another idea. I’d driven by La Bamba on Glenoaks in northwestern Burbank dozens of times, looking longingly at the people gathered on the …
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Chef at Soul de Cuba in New Haven got first cooking lessons from Mom
Yes, we have three Mojo Marinades: Traditional Cuban Mojo, Honey Mojo and Spicy Mojo. We bottle our house salad dressing, the Honey Balsamic Vinaigrette, and have a spicy and a mild mango salsa. They can be purchased in our restaurants or at a …
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Geo’s Cuban & Creole food truck opens on Holman Rd
The folks from Geo’s Cuban & Créole (6301 Seaview Ave NW) have opened a food truck at the Crown Hill Shell Gas Station located at 9796 Holman Road NW. 12118878_467113730134950_5718436997095643357_n. Geo’s specializes in authentic Cuban …
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Antiques & Collectibles: You’ll find nothing quite like a country auction

trendAntiques & Collectibles: You’ll find nothing quite like a country auction
If you have unique collectibles, such as the auction just held Oct. 3 by John Kruesel’s General Merchandise and Auction Company at the Olmsted County Fairgrounds, that was advertised in several locations as collectible buyers are a worldwide audience.
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Kovel: Trick-or-treat bags becoming popular collectibles
For more information about antiques and collectibles and free price information, visit Kovel’s website, www.kovels.com. Kovel answers as many questions as possible through the column. By sending a letter with a question, you give full permission for …
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‘Simpsons’ Creator Sam Simon’s Art and Collectibles Head to Auction
Eclectic Simpsons collectibles, including animation cels, and personal items acquired during Simon’s years as a boxing manager, from his personal collection were auctioned off on October 22. A Krazy Kat Sunday comic strip by cartoonist George Herriman …
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Just Like Coffee, Your Startup Should be Rich, Deep, and Complex

cusineJust Like Coffee, Your Startup Should be Rich, Deep, and Complex
From beauty products, to gourmet food and drink, monthly subscription services are on the rise across the board. Why? It’s simple: people love the convenience of testing out new and expertly curated products in the comfort of their own homes. One of …
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Community Coffee becomes the official coffee of the New Orleans Saints, Pelicans
“Pairing the rich, smooth flavor of Community® Coffee with an organization steeped in the same tradition and heritage that we built our fourth-generation, family-owned business, just makes sense,” said David Belanger, President and CEO of Community …
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Bats wake up and smell the coffee
“One of the most hopeful findings was that shade-grown coffee plantations—in which arabica coffee is grown under a canopy of native tree species – had bat communities almost as rich as forest patches. They are serving as refuges for biodiversity in …
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This golf course looks like it’s literally in the middle of nowhere

sportThis golf course looks like it’s literally in the middle of nowhere
OK, technically, it’s not in the middle of nowhere. It’s in Canada. [Insert random Canada joke here]. It’s called Golf Club Saint-Polycarpe, and it sits amidst a bunch of farmland in southeast Quebec. It’s fairly close to a 1,000-person town called …
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Royal and Ancient Golf Club Selects Seven Female Members
On Tuesday she was one of seven women offered honorary membership in the Royal and Ancient Golf Club, which voted last September to end its all-male policy. The other women so honored were Annika Sorenstam, Laura Davies, Renee Powell, Lally …
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Actor Josh Duhamel is enjoying a golf break at Pebble Beach
“I told my wife,” Duhamel started, referring to Stacy Ferguson, better known as recording artist Fergie, “‘This is going to sound ridiculous, honey, but I’m going to put in the schedule two hours of golf practice, four times per week.’ She totally …
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