MUSIC MONDAY: Soulful Thanksgiving 2022 Playlist (LISTEN)
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by Marlon West (FB: marlon.west1 Twitter: @marlonw IG: stlmarlonwest Spotify: marlonwest) The holiday season fast approaches, and I’m back with a collection to gather around the table with family and friends. Here’s a Thanksgiving playlist that includes new music by Rihanna from the BLACK PANTHER: WAKANDA FOREVER soundtrack, and food-centered classics like Cab Calloway’s “Everybody Eats When They Come To My House” from way back in the day. Open in Spotify This musical journey features soul, jazz, reggae, and gospel, all good music to cook, eat, and clean that kitchen to. Here’s Ell ..read more
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Nick Cannon welcomes child No. 11, with baby No. 12 on the way
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The host of “The Masked Singer” has welcomed Beautiful Zeppelin Cannon with Abby De La Rosa. Congratulations are in order for Nick Cannon! The multihyphenate welcomed his 11th child last week, with his 12th currently on the way. Cannon and Abby De La Rosa shared the news of their newborn child on Instagram last week. Their baby girl, Beautiful Zeppelin Cannon, was born on Nov. 11, 2022. The two already share 16-month-old twins together, Zion and Zillion. Cannon wrote in his caption of the post, “11/11/2022 A BEAUTIFUL DAY for “BEAUTIFUL ZEPPELIN CANNON” to arrive!” This comes a few weeks af ..read more
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Former San Diego Chargers Defensive End Adrian Dingle Passes Away At 45
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Former San Diego Chargers defensive end Adrian Dingle has passed away at the age of 45. Dingle died on Nov. 8 but the cause of death has not yet been made public. Dingle played with the San Diego Chargers for five seasons. He was first drafted in 1999 in the fifth round of the NFL Draft, but he missed his rookie season with the team due to an injury. The defensive end played with the San Diego Chargers until 2004. Dingle shared two young children with his fiancée Amy Bell, a son born in 2018 named Adrian and a 2-year-old daughter named Ava. Bell told People that Dingle had an “infectious sm ..read more
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R&B Legend Anita Baker Announces Her 15 City 2023 Tour Dates
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The queen of “clean up” music is coming to a city near you! R&B legend Anita Baker announced the schedule for her 2023 tour. The Songstress tour will begin Feb.11 and end Dec. 22 with major city stops, including Atlanta, GA, Houston, TX, and Los Angeles, CA.  In the announcement statement, Baker shared she was […] The post R&B Legend Anita Baker Announces Her 15 City 2023 Tour Dates appeared first on Black Excellence. Source link The post R&B Legend Anita Baker Announces Her 15 City 2023 Tour Dates appeared first on Black Vegans Today ..read more
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Smartwatch Heart Data Has Lower Accuracy For Black Users
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A new study suggests that the accuracy of smartwatches and other fitness trackers may be lacking for individuals of color, despite the fact that millions of Americans use these devices to monitor their heart rates. Studies & Tests The review of 10 previous studies revealed that, in four of them, wearable sensors were obviously inaccurate when it came to measuring the heart rates of people with darker skin tones. As was discovered in those two earlier investigations, this was the case for some of the devices they tested, but not all. In light of the fact that Apple Watches, Fitbits, and o ..read more
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Gas stations in Haiti reopen for 1st time in 2 months
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During the blockade, a rare gallon of gas on the black market was going for a minimum of 4,000 Haitian gourdes ($30). Whoops of excitement echoed through the streets of Port-au-Prince early Saturday as gas stations opened across Haiti for the first time in two months after a powerful gang lifted a crippling fuel blockade. “There’s gas now! There’s gas now!,” people yelled as they honked their horns and motorcycles zoomed past as Haiti’s capital slowly returned to its familiar cacophony. Sweat rolled down people’s brows as they pushed their cars and motorcycles to the nearest gas station and ..read more
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Ledisi pays tribute to New Orleans with ‘All Saints Christmas’
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The holiday film is currently airing on the Hallmark Channel. Ledisi is feeling the holiday spirit! The Grammy Award-winning artist stars in one of Hallmark’s brand new holiday films, “All Saints Christmas.” TheGrio caught up with the artist as the movie premiered, breaking down her original pitch for the project, the music she worked on and more. An original idea that Ledisi herself pitched, “All Saints Christmas” stars Ledisi as Lisette, a successful R&B singer who heads home to New Orleans for Christmas. “When the media mistake a photo of her with her music-producer ex as an engageme ..read more
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Nana’s Vegan Sweet Potato Pie
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This is the best vegan sweet potato pie ever! It honestly tastes just like Nana’s sweet potato pie. The texture is on point: perfectly firm yet luxuriously creamy and rich. Notes of cinnamon, nutmeg, and brown sugar bless every perfect bite. It took me years to perfect this vegan sweet potato pie recipe, but it was worth all of the effort. There’s a delicious secret ingredient to replace eggs, and it isn’t soy. Keep reading to discover how to make the best Southern vegan sweet potato pie this Thanksgiving and Christmas. Why you’ll LOVE this Vegan Sweet Potato Pie This recipe is simply the b ..read more
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TheGrio Awards, The Business Icon: Don Peebles
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The real estate developer behind the Affirmation Tower and Angels Landing is working to build an industry that is much more inclusive. Don Peebles is serious about making the elite entrepreneurial circles he occupies more melanated. Before “diversity” and “inclusion” were buzzwords, he coined (and trademarked) his own phrase, “affirmative development,” to describe how his company and its projects create economic opportunities for women and minorities. That’s particularly impactful because Peebles — a Washington, D.C., native appointed to his first government position by legendary Mayor Mari ..read more
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How $5M Is Helping Black Students Prepare for and Land Corporate Jobs
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Research shows that only 5% of senior executives at Fortune 500 companies are Black or Latino despite that 30% of Americans belong to those racial groups. To help change the leadership gap, at least five companies, including General Electric, Biogen, Epic Games, EY, and Nespresso, and others are investing $5 million this year to help educate and prepare students including Black Americans to become future corporate leaders. The funding is linked to programs offered by Thrive Scholars. The national noprofit works with corporate sponsors to support scholars’ academic and career success through f ..read more
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