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11-Year-Old Boy To Become World’s Youngest Orchestra Conductor

(TIML NEWS) Mathew Smith, an 11-year-old British music prodigy, is set to become the world’s youngest conductor to lead a 75-piece orchestra. On April 2, Smith will lead the Nottingham Symphony Orchestra’s performance of John Strauss’ “Die Fledermaus” at London’s Royal Concert Hall. 198 more words

May God deliver us from fake friends

Let them talk, in their jealous sky. I am still shinning – in the same sky. Just like, a star !!! – Aremuorin

#Tell #Them #MercyfulGrace…

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Big Mama's Reading Room and other events....

Big Mama’s Reading Room

My Big Mama was a woman with a very large personality, among other things. She was my maternal grandmother, and she loved to cook pound cakes, go to club meetings, wear big hats, and count money. 332 more words

Personal Reflections

African American Women Shine (May-Aug)

To expand on our love of the culture that is for African Americans and women who soar, I would like to shed some recent light on one of our 2017 accomplishments. 368 more words

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Celebrate Gullah/Geechee Sustainability and Self-Sufficiency on St. Helena Island

Celebrate Gullah/Geechee Sustainability and Self-Sufficiency at the St. Helena Island Community Market’s 

Tunis Campbell Day

The St. Helena Island Community Market will open its second month of activities for 2017 with “Tunis Campbell Day” and a seed swap on Saturday, April 1, 2017 from 10 am to 3 pm at the Dr. 328 more words

The Archaeology of a Rebellion: Reframing the Story of Nat Turner and American Society

A guest post by Laura Macaluso

Virginia is a state (technically a “commonwealth”) with a unique pedigree in American history. The site of the first permanent English settlement… 920 more words

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