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Change in North Omaha: It's been a long time coming for northeast Omaha

With Native Omaha Days in full swing, here’s a new story I wrote for the August issue of The Reader that sounds out some African-American residents for their take on northeast Omaha’s challenges and what can be done to revitalize that area. 20 more words


Carl Craig - The KMS Remixes [KMSRMX003]

One Detroit legend takes on another here with Carl Craig tackling some classics from Kevin Saunderson’s legendary KMS imprint. First up is his revision of the classic ”Ahnonnghay” by Inner City with its epic, soaring strings and superb synth lead that just reeks of the Motor City. 46 more words



We hope everyone is having a safe and happy summer !

Our 2015 School Drive in collaboration with Michael’s Diner of Miami, FL, is still underway and some kids have already picked up book bags – and as you can see, they look all set to go! 157 more words

Michelle Warmath reblogged this on Villow's Pond and commented:

Those who know me will also know that this is an organization that I strongly support. FLMCC's major mission is to provide assistance to families with children and elders who are in great financial difficulty, providing such basic living necessities as propane for heating, baby supplies, school supplies and other needs.


See the world through the eyes of a BROTHA ON THE BRINK!!!

August 8th 1988. I’m guessing it had to be pretty warm that day, even in Buffalo, New York. 1,200 more words


PHDinMeBlog- Cat at the Vet

Hey Scholars!

Yesterday we took our 11 year old cat, Loca, to the vet for her birthday. Quite honestly it had been several years since she had gone but coming from where I come from, the fact that I have ever taken my pet to the doctor for well checks is practically unheard of. 350 more words


Explaining my Tattoo to Kids of the Inner City

Working in a place where everyone and their 30-year-old grandma has a tattoo, it’s been an interesting experience trying to explain mine to them. I thought it was simple to understand. 323 more words

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