- Created on Tuesday, 19 February 2013 18:26
During my extensive travel around the country, I've met some interesting people. Many of them were inquisitive about their health. But to my surprise, the discussion oftentimes centered on their search for the elusive "fountain of youth."
Conclusion? People will go to great lengths to try to slow down the aging process.
Breaking news: There is no such thing as the magical "fountain of youth."
- Created on Monday, 18 February 2013 10:10
Michael Ealy feature films include "Think Like a Man," "Barbershop," "Seven Pounds," "2 Fast 2 Furious," "Never Die Alone," "For Colored Girls," "Miracle at St. Anna," "Takers" and "Underworld: Awakening. In 2007, he received a Golden Globe Award nomination for his role in Showtime's "Sleeper Cell." Meanwhile, on TV, he's appeared in ABC's "Flashforward" and CBS's "The Good Wife."
Here talks about starring in "Unconditional," an inspirational, faith-based feature. In this bittersweet tale of redemption, he portrays Papa Joe Bradford, a real-life role model who, despite kidney disease, teams with a recently-widowed, childhood friend (Lynn Collins) to make a difference in the lives of needy kids in Nashville.
- Created on Thursday, 14 February 2013 17:20
What's the key to becoming a millionaire for an African-American? That's the basic question posed by Dr. Dennis Kimbro to a thousand of the most affluent blacks in the United States in a study conducted over the last seven years. The results are reflect in 'The Wealth Choice Success Secrets of Black Millionaires.'
Among the icons graciously participating in the survey were entertainment industry tycoon Tyler Perry, Godfather's Pizza CEO-turned-presidential hopeful Herman "9-9-9" Cain, FUBU fashion line creator/Shark Tank co-host Daymond John, BET founder Bob Johnson, Renaissance man Steve Harvey, televangelist Bishop T.D. Jakes, TV-One CEO Cathy Hughes, film director Spike Lee, motivational speaker Les Brown, mutual fund manager John Rogers and entrepreneur Farrah Gray, who became a self-made millionaire by the age of fourteen.
- Created on Thursday, 14 February 2013 13:47
The look of a sharp-dressed gentleman means he is about business. Couple that polished appearance with knowledge, opportunity and execution and you have success.
Reginald French, Stephon Coleman and Thomas Nolan – local businessmen and fraternity brothers – consistently present that dressed-to-impress look.
French is a technology firm owner, recipient of the 2012 Kappa Man of the Year award, and a philanthropist who has worked diligently with Kappa Alpha Psi and St. Jude on Sunday of Hope. Coleman is an executive with FedEx. Nolan is an artist, firefighter, and most notably a culinary artist.
- Created on Thursday, 14 February 2013 01:52
For movies opening Feb. 15, 2013
BIG BUDGET FILMS
"Beautiful Creatures" (PG-13 for violence, sexuality and scary images) Supernatural fantasy, set in a sleepy South Carolina town, revolving around the budding romance between a high school sophomore (Alden Ehrenreich) and a mysterious new classmate (Lena Duchannes) who's identical to the girl of his dreams. Stellar supporting cast includes Oscar-winners Jeremy Irons and Emma Thompson and nominee Viola Davis, along with Emmy Rossum.