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10 Great Things About Dating Now That You Are A Senior!

I am now “officially” considered a senior. A “young” senior to be sure, but certainly closer to seniordom than youth. Like you, I feel no older than 35 most days. Sometimes I feel much, much older.  (read more)
Michelle D. Smith Michelle Smith is a visionary and spiritual warrior seeking to share awareness with many. She uses words as her sword and the love and grace of God as her shield. She has a spiritual blog in which to enlighten and uplift. She is a soon to be published author and a monthly relationship column on Black Refer.com. The different niches for each allow her to reach a variety of people to amuse, entertain and inspire.







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Scoey Mitchell
Scoey Mitchell   --  an American actor, writer and TV director known for frequent game show appearances, starring in the short-lived series Barefoot in the Park (based on the Neil Simon play), a recurring role on Rhoda, and frequent appearances on Match Game.

     

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  1. Born: July 31, 1962 in Orlando, Florida, USA

  2. Stars in many athletic roles

  3. Is a fifth degree black belt in Shotokan karate

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"Gotta Tell You" is the debut single by Irish singer Samantha Mumba, released in 2000. The song was written and produced by the Swedish team BAG & Arnthor (Anders Bagge and Arnthor Birgisson). It was an international hit, peaking at number four on the US Billboard Hot 100, where it spent 21 weeks on that chart. The song is Mumba's biggest hit, as well as her signature song. This was also featured on the 2001 compilation album Now That's What I Call Music! 6.

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- Booker T. Washington - African-American educator, author, orator, and advisor
 

" I have never had much patience with the multitudes of people who are always ready to explain why one cannot succeed. I have always had high regard for the man who could tell me how to succeed. "



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  • Tom Surgal's definitive Free Jazz documentary FIRE MUSIC launches Kickstarter Campaign
    JULY 21, 2015 (New York)--FIRE Music is a feature length documentary currently in production, which tells the definitive history of the Free Jazz revolution. Directed by Tom Surgal, produced by Dan Braun, and executive produced by Thurston Moore and Nels Cline, the film seeks to tell the story of an irrepressible art form that has inspired generations of fans the world over.
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  • MAMA’S BOY
    When her son is in trouble, a heartbroken mother finds the courage and faith to save him, in ReShonda Tate Billingsley’s powerful family drama MAMA’S BOY—a novel as timely as today’s headlines.
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  • TANGERINE - “GORGEOUS. A perfectly cast, beautifully directed movie.” Manohla Dargis, The NY Times
    It's Christmas Eve in Tinseltown and Sin-Dee (newcomer Kitana Kiki Rodriguez) is back on the block. Upon hearing that her pimp boyfriend (James Ransone, STARLET, "Generation Kill") hasn't been faithful during the 28 days she was locked up, the working girl and her best friend, Alexandra (newcomer Mya Taylor), embark on a mission to get to the bottom of the scandalous rumor.
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  • Toi + Rouvaun Walker | Bravo’s “Newlyweds: The First Year”
    Season two of Bravo’s hit show, “Newlyweds: The First Year,” is officially off and running and maintaining the networks reputation for providing exciting and entertaining reality programming. Hayward, California residence Toi and Rouvaun Walker along with four other couples allowed cameras to follow them during their first year of marriage and boy does it show the untold stories of the real ups and downs of being a newlywed! It’s not all bliss and the struggle to mesh can be very challenging. Still, as the only African American couple on the show, they certainly showcase “Black Love.” Toi claims Rouvaun ALMOST got away …
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  • SMG IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE FLOETRY REUNION TOUR
    After an eight year hiatus, Grammy-nominated neo-soul duo Floetry (comprised of singers/songwriters Marsha Ambrosius and Natalie ‘The Floacist’ Stewart) has reemerged on the music scene with a reunion tour, which kicked-off in Atlanta at the Wolf Creek Amphitheatre on May 15th. The tour making its Jacksonville stop at the Ritz Theatre & Museum is befitting; considering the historic venue has hosted other neo soul artists in the past, such as: Chrisette Michele, Esperanza Spaulding, Dwele, Leela James, Eric Benet’, Rachelle Ferrell, Lala Hathaway and many others. Marsha Ambrosius and Natalie Stewart are the funky divas behind the neo-soul duo Floetry. Ambrosius and Stewart emerged in the mid-'90s as songwriters in demand. They're behind some of the new millennium's biggest hits, too. The pair has written tracks for Michael Jackson, Jill Scott, Glenn Lewis, and Bilal. While they're highly respected behind the scenes, Floetry is their way of moving up front. Ambrosius is the songstress to Stewart's spoken word impresario or "floacist" role.
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  • Jacqueline Woodson Named Young People’s Poet Laureate
    CHICAGO – The Poetry Foundation is honored to announce that Jacqueline Woodson has been named the Young People’s Poet Laureate. Awarded every two years, the $25,000 laureate title is given to a living writer in recognition of a career devoted to writing exceptional poetry for young readers. The laureate advises the Poetry Foundation on matters relating to young people’s literature and may engage in a variety of projects to help instill a lifelong love of poetry among the nation’s developing readers. This laureateship aims to promote poetry to children and their families, teachers, and librarians over the course of its two-year tenure.
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  • The Alhambra Ballroom Proclaims Bridal Royalty
    Each year, Harlem's historic Alhambra Ballroom celebrates the start of the wedding season with a showcase of culinary delights in the opulence of their Grand Ballroom. Beneath the draped chandeliers, local wedding vendors joined in to display their specialties in bridal services for budding couples. For this years event the Alhambra welcomed a refreshing, new approach to their presentation lineup by showcasing ethnic bridal gowns created by TeKay Designs "Queen of the Brides" gown collection.
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  • Bravo's newest docu-series Mother Funders
    Bravo is thrilled to announce their newest docu-series Mother Funders will premiere Sunday, June 14 at 9p ET/PT. But we've got a first look at the show now. Following a passionate Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) in the small town of Locust Grove, Georgia, this group holds benefits to raise and donate money to their kids’ local elementary school.
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