Greenville’s Poetic Charm, Chiccy Baritone

by Terry Watson | September 18th, 2017
Greenville’s Poetic Charm, Chiccy Baritone

There isn’t just one word that can sufficiently describe this remarkable and talented individual. Introduced to the poetry circuit in 2001 and affectionately named, “Chiccy Baritone” (Pronounced “chick-y”) Charlene Evans lives up to the full meaning of her stage name – Chic, well-put together (spiritually and emotionally). First, she is a Christian and poet who […]

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Kala Slade is Simply Beautiful

by Terry Watson | September 18th, 2017
Kala Slade is Simply Beautiful

A story of transparency is a scary thing to unveil especially when you expose your emotional and mental proclivities to the community where you were born, reared, and work daily. What’s most challenging is opening yourself up and becoming vulnerable to those who see you on a routine basis believing that you have it all […]

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Mj Footworkz

by Terry Watson | September 18th, 2017
Mj Footworkz

Make no mistake about it, Kevin Hayes is the real thing. Chances are you’ve seen his impersonation of Michael Jackson and probably thought you were looking at the late “King of Pop” himself. Kevin is just that good! Kevin Hayes has been busy perfecting his craft and learning various dance styles such as African, Jazz, […]

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Adolescent Girls Pen New Journal That Is For and All About Girls

by Terry Watson | September 20th, 2017
Adolescent Girls Pen New Journal That Is For and All About Girls

About The Book A Girl’s World is an authentic and heartfelt journey into the lives of adolescent girl discovering themselves. The authors, Damonie Johnson (14) and Laila Thomas (10) share true stories about their experiences with pain, excitement and the stress of meeting the many expectations placed upon them as adolescent girls. Through this engaging […]

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Avail Outpatient Counseling

by Terry Watson | September 18th, 2017
Avail Outpatient Counseling

Avail Outpatient Counseling, often referred to as “Avail,” is a small, certified woman and minority-owned (SWAM), private practice with a mission to empower and heal the total person —mind, body, and soul. By definition, the word Avail is two-fold. One stance, means to use or take advantage of an opportunity or available resource and the […]

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The Healing Flows with Ambi Shantay

by Terry Watson | September 18th, 2017
The Healing Flows with Ambi Shantay

Who is Ambi Shantay? Ambi Shantay is my brand but I also wear a lot of hats. I am a wife, a mother, a daughter, minister, a visionary-and with all those hats, I have to be somebody different in each role. I am the person you want to call on the phone and ask for […]

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Failure….The Seeds To Success

Demetra Moore | July 14th, 2017
Failure….The Seeds To Success

Life is full of ups and downs and sometimes has a few sideways thrown in too. When things go wrong or don’t go as planned, it throws us off balance and we doubt ourselves. After all, who likes feeling like a failure? Life throws challenges, and we can’t control everything, nor should we try. It […]

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Gentlemen R US

by Terry Watson | July 14th, 2017
Gentlemen R US

Ellsworth D. Best is a man of great humility and honor. He successfully served the U.S. Federal Government for over 35years at the Department of Justice with the FBI. The characteristics of that time honored organization only reflected his own, which are Integrity Honesty and Character. Among many accomplishments and accolades, his is most proud […]

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Dr. Sharita Mathis-Lawson

by Terry Watson | July 14th, 2017
Dr. Sharita Mathis-Lawson

Self motivated, committed, driven, creative, an out the box thinker. These are just a few ways to describe Sharita Mathis-Lawson, a single mother of four who has recently obtained a doctor of philosophy in leadership studies from North Carolina A&T State University. “I am a goal setter who is always trying to be better than […]

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Kenyan Weaks

Safiya Nelson | July 14th, 2017
Kenyan Weaks

Shooting, by far is one of the most critical aspects of basketball. Teaching players, especially young players, the correct way to hold and shoot a basketball is a lost art. A lot of personal trainers focus on the players overall game. They do tons of drills, which is good, but rarely do they take the […]

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