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Real Talk: The Ladies of THE REAL

By: Mary L. Datcher Staff Writer THE REAL is a new one-hour, daily talk show hosted by the dynamic team of Tamar Braxton, Tamera Mowry-Housley, Loni Love, Jeannie Mai and Adrienne Bailon, that debuted Monday, September 15, 2014, on Fox Television Stations and in national syndication (check local listings), with a rebroadcast in primetime on BET. Led by five bold, diverse and outspoken hosts, these women ref ...

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Health Screenings Vital to Black Men

African-Americans More Prone to Prostate Cancer It’s an occurrence that Maryland’s Dr. Sanford Siegel has seen all too often. The longtime physician, president and CEO of Chesapeake Urology Associates, the largest urology practice in the Mid-Atlantic region, said that when he broaches prostate cancer screenings to many African-Americans, most will look away or even pretend that the conversation never occurr ...

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Chicago Gourmet Brings its “Culinary Heaven” to Millennium Park!

By: Caryn Lee Columnist   The National Restaurant Association two day food event at Millenium Park. Some people like to call Chicago Gourmet “a grown up Taste of Chicago”. The National Restaurant Association called its annual event celebrating some of the best food and spirits in the Windy City a “Culinary Heaven”.  I preferred to look at it as Christmas for my stomach!  The two-day event featured seve ...

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Changing the Future of Giving Back

By: Mary L. Datcher Staff Writer   Sandi Torres, partner at Charity Contributors of Chicago, pictured with Vau've Anais Davis and CCC founder, Reginald Cotton The survival of nonprofit organizations is struggling factor everyday as new ones pop up and current ones fight to compete with sustaining their foundation. The paperwork and toil of applying for government and private grants has become competiti ...

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They Got to Be Kidding

By: Carl D. West Contributing Columnist   I’m sure most people in Chicago have heard about the rogue police officer Glenn Evans. Well, after nearly a decade of abuse, Evans has finally been pulled off the streets and indicted after sticking a gun in a person’s mouth. But this was the least of the egregious things that Commander Evans has done to his own community. Records show, that over the last eight ...

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High School Round-Up

By Andre Hampton Contributing Writer Chicago Bear Brandon Marshall and 2014 Heisman Finalist Jordan Lynch were under the lights last Friday to watch St. Rita defeat Mt. Carmel High School 23-21 with a field goal late in the fourth quarter. Marshall prior to the game visited both teams sidelines with well wishes. Chicago Public School League powerhouses Simeon, Curie, Robeson and Phillips High Schools are em ...

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Denzel Does Vigilante in Adaptation of Eighties TV Series – The Equalizer

By Kam Williams Entertainment Columnist The Equalizer On the surface, Robert McCall (Denzel Washington) is a perfectly-pleasant, hail fellow well met. By day, the affable widower who is employed as a sales associate at a hardware superstore where he jokes with co-workers who call him “Pops.” Evenings, he retires to a modest apartment in a working-class, Boston community, although bouts of insomnia often hav ...

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Common’s AAHH Fest: Brings the City -Together in – Celebration of HIP HOP

By: Mary L. Datcher Staff Writer Brings the City -Together in - Celebration of HIP HOP                                                                                             ...

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Black Auto Buyers Get a Raw Deal, Not a Fair Deal

By Charlene Crowell NNPA Columnist     With new car prices meeting or surpassing many consumers’ incomes, the vast majority of people finance their car purchases. On an annual basis, according to the Center for Responsible Lending, more than 79 percent of auto loans occur through third-party indirect lenders that partner with dealerships. After most automobile purchases, many consumers wonder whet ...

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An Obama’s Journey My Odyssey of Self-Discovery across Three Cultures

By Kam Williams Columnist “’My family will hate me for this book, baby,’ I explained [to my wife]. She hugged me and assured me they would not, while no doubt sensing I was right.”   Later that day in Beijing, my brother replied to an interviewer’s question about our meeting: ‘I don’t know him very well. I met him for the first time only two years ago.’ Hearing myself referred to in the third person li ...

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