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The Wright Brothers continue to break ground on cutting edge concepts. With the recent launching of Congo TV Network, new shows are expected to be revealed in the upcoming weeks. One of the shows is a show that Ro Wright will personally produce and direct called, Masters. “I am very excited about this show because I know how talented these people are. This show will be gritty, raw, and full of energy to the highest level. It has one purpose… to highlight people who are at the top of their profession and to expose an underlooked society of artists who have…

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ABOUT BRONNER BROS. Bronner Bros. is a privately held, family owned company. Dr. Nathaniel H. Bronner Sr. and his brother Arthur E. Bronner Sr. founded the Atlanta-based company in 1947. Today, Bronner Bros. is headed by the second generation with Bernard Bronner serving as the company’s president and CEO. The Bronner Bros. Enterprise consists of Bronner Bros. Beauty Products, which include BB, African Royale and NuExpressions product lines, UPSCALE Magazine, Bronner Bros. International Beauty and Trade Shows, The Word of Faith Family Worship Center and The Ark of Salvation Worship Center. Bronner Bros. employs over 100 full time and part…

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Of course American dating and courtship activities employ money and tangible items by nature, and is practically impossible without it. Couples bombard restaurants, movie theaters, comedy clubs, and local bars/lounges frequently and nightly on a quest for love. But unfortunately its not free and somebody has to cover the expenses that comes along with it. So, WHO SHOULD PAY? The man right? Well, it’s not always black and white. The fact of the matter is, we all come from different economical backgrounds, and our financial portfolios vary. Men also struggle financially and are forced to budget their money wisely in…

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Most people that give advice add their 2 cents to situations that they have never experienced personally. Advice expert Cheyenne Bostock does not have that problem as he has lived a life that has been filled with low points and highlights. The Texas Wesleyan University graduate was not only unable to find employment, but he was also unfortunate in finding a permanent residence as he lived in a homeless shelter. The outward look at his living situation influenced his decision to take notice of his self and completely change his life for the better by hiring himself. As his own…

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From http://www.examiner.com (February 3, 2014) Do you ever have the feeling that a certain guy likes you, but you don’t know how to tell for sure? It can be difficult to determine whether they are just being friendly or they are crushing on you. The first thing to pay attention to is his body language. He may be nervous while talking to you so he might start brushing back his hair while smiling. Pay attention to how he is directing his body towards you. A guy who likes you may subconsciously direct his upper body towards you. In the back…

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Here is a relatively simple opinion piece in response to a very interesting question that I was asked recently. The question was- A couple dated for 5 years. The past 2 years were tragic. They separated for 2 years then became reacquainted and decided to try AGAIN. How should they approach this? Start OVER (if possible) and leave the past in the past or Pick up where they left off and try to fix the problems that separated them to begin with? Ok, well first…I think we need ONE more clarification. Was it a mutual decision to “Start Over”…or was…

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The Soldier, The Dad, The Business Man AMPS – Where were you born and raised? Eric- Columbia, Louisiana, a small town outside of Monroe, Louisiana. AMPS -What was your childhood like growing up in a small town? Eric- Growing up in a small town definitely has its advantages/disadvantages. It was a close-knit community. Everybody knew your name and your family. I’m the youngest of four, so if I ever got into trouble, there was always somebody around who would call one of my siblings or my parents. AMPS – Did you play any sports in school? Eric- Yes, I was…

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Diet vs Dialogue “Nigger”…A term unpleasantly imposed onto African slaves by their masters; intended to be injurious and signifying low opinion in the eyes of their oppressor. It’s derogatory; designed to diminish the value of the African culture. And unfortunately, it seems to have created a dichotomy between African Americans in our world today. Some blacks, particularly those that are sophisticated and/or older, feel that the word is offensive, disrespectful, and should never be adopted in any black person’s vernacular. And if a negro dares to utter the perverted word, even as an expression of endearment or affirmation, those blacks,…

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Relationships come in all types and varieties, Personal, Business, and Spiritual, just to name a few. Here, I will give you 3 guidelines that you can utilize to strengthen these relationships and others. Oftentimes we spend more energy focusing on highlighting the negativity that we overlook the necessity of proper communication. Communication, the successful ability to express thoughts, information and ideas and or functioning as one, is one of the most important skills to possess in a relationship. My reasoning for using the “and/or” phrase above is due to the fact that sometimes, such as speeches, sermons and lectures, there…

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Being called a dime is a sign of recognition for the beauty of a woman’s features, usually awarded by a man. Zacqulynn Kinney’s (pictured above in the middle) version of praising women for their overall beauty and perfection is by declaring women to be a 10. After doing hair for fifteen years, licensed since 2004, Mrs. Kinney, the Queen of Hair Extensions and Hair Color Queen, has founded a way to give women a new, more confident identity outside of her chair. For the past year, she has been promoting female empowerment through her movement, “She’s A 10!”, which compromises…

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