Cheryl Clayton Waters

by Terry Watson | May 13th, 2016
Cheryl Clayton Waters

Cheryl Clayton Waters is a native of Durham, NC, and a graduate of both Winston-Salem State University and North Carolina Central University. Waters has utilized her background in Business Administration and Elementary Education, to expand her global platform in touching the lives of many. Waters career as a professional Educator spans well over the course […]

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Sahara Reggae Band

by Terry Watson | May 13th, 2016
Sahara Reggae Band

If you’ve had a long rough week, and need to let your hair down and take your mind away from all that worries you, The Sahara Reggae Band is sure to accommodate. This band has proven to be a true crowd pleaser that does not allow anyone to leave their venues unhappy. However, don’t be […]

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Brandy Dolby

by Terry Watson | May 13th, 2016
Brandy Dolby

There are many words that can be used to describe her. She’s a friend, a sister, daughter, encourager, motivator, listener, advocate, supporter, teacher and writer. Most importantly, Brandy Dolby says she is a willing vessel and young lady that has allowed God to use her for His greater purpose. She is a native of Raleigh, […]

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Jerry Timmons is Wize The Barber

by Terry Watson | January 14th, 2016
Jerry Timmons is Wize The Barber

Jerry Timmons believes if someone plans to succeed, you cannot give up — you must persevere through any situation. He also proclaims that God keeps him fearless. “Whatever stumbles I face, you will never see me quit,” he says emphatically. A professional barber by trade, he was raised in Charlotte, N.C. and survived the rages […]

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Quentin Talley

Dawn Cauthen-Thornton | January 14th, 2016
Quentin Talley

Quentin Talley, known around town as ‘Q’, has been performing since the 3rd grade, so it was no surprise to his mother that he would end up either on stage or behind it. She even pushed her son to choose Theater instead of English as his major in college. Her love and never-ending support solidified […]

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Rhabi Rites Productions

by Tonya Dixon | January 14th, 2016
Rhabi Rites Productions

Robin Stevens always dreamed of being an accountant and singer. It may have seemed like an unlikely pairing for many people, but to Stevens it would simply be a marriage of her two loves. At 40 years of age and after raising her son, Stevens returned to college and followed through on part of her […]

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Renee Gibson-Cooper: Surviving And Striving

by Terry Watson | April 29th, 2015
Renee Gibson-Cooper: Surviving And Striving

Her first name is actually Larissa but it’s alright to call her Renee. She is a wife, a mother, and the youngest sister to a family of five. She also has an undeniable love for God and performing her unsolicited duty of serving and helping people. She is also a courageous and ambitious young woman […]

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Dr. Willie Hooker

by Tonya Dixon | March 11th, 2015
Dr. Willie Hooker

Dr. Willie Hooker has always been fascinated with art and the art world. Even as a little kid he was enamored by the different coloring books and art supplies his mother would always give him. The thrill he got every time he colored brilliantly inside the contoured lines was a satisfaction unmatched by anything else. […]

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Sweet Street Designs

by Terry Watson | March 11th, 2015
Sweet Street Designs

Stephanie Street describes herself as a strong black woman who has reached some goals but still has her eyes on higher ones, like returning to college, getting involved in community organizations, and building her business, Sweet Street Designs. Additionally, she has worked in the education field for more than 18 years, and currently works as […]

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An Everyday Woman With A Purpose

by Tonya Dixon | May 10th, 2014
An Everyday Woman With A Purpose

Marilyn G. Brooks spent years of her life in total misunderstanding and uncertainty of her life’s purpose. She was certain of her call into ministry and knew she was an educator, yet she was lost in an identity crisis. Increasingly she had a longing to know and do what she was created to do. The […]

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