- Created on Thursday, 01 November 2012 13:46
Every now and then we're lucky enough to get a really great feel-good show in our part of the country. Mark your calendar for Nov. 17 and plan to be at the Landers Center for the 4th Annual Pre Thanksgiving Music Fest, featuring Frankie Beverly & Maze, Chris Tucker, The Bar-Kays and Heads of State, with Bobby Brown, Ralph Tresvant and Johnny Gill.
- Created on Thursday, 01 November 2012 12:01
It's hard to believe we're only a few weeks away from Thanksgiving again. It's wonderful to be with our family, friends and loved ones to celebrate our blessings and remember how fortunate we are at this present moment.
The holiday seasons bring joy for some and pain for others. But whatever your situation, it's important to celebrate life because when you observe, look and notice, you'll see what difficulties may be happening to some others. Then you will realize how blessed you are today. Remember, there will always be someone who wishes they could trade places with you right now.
- Created on Thursday, 01 November 2012 11:28
For movies opening Nov. 2, 2012
BIG BUDGET FILMS
"Flight" (R for drug and alcohol abuse, nudity, sexuality and an intense action sequence) Denzel Washington stars in this legal thriller about a hero pilot who tries to hide his alcohol addiction with the help of a defense attorney (Don Cheadle) after miraculously crash-landing a crippled commercial airliner by flying the plane upside-down. With John Goodman, Melissa Leo and Kelly Reilly.
- Created on Friday, 26 October 2012 11:17
People often use the phrase "ball of energy." Natasha Donerson is that plus more. She is the queen of follow through. As the CEO of Success Unlimited, LLC she is about the business of helping others win.
Carlee McCullough: Natasha, please tell me about yourself and your business.
- Created on Friday, 26 October 2012 10:32
Remember when Whitney Houston was "at her worst." She was also at her most entertaining, wasn't she? We laughed. We joked. And although we knew she had a problem, we always looked forward to seeing what she did next.
And she always delivered. The next thing we knew she was no longer with us. All of a sudden, it wasn't so funny anymore.