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Selecting the Right Type of Insurance

By: Linda Moore We understand why we need to buy life insurance — to help protect our families, businesses, and assets from the risk of dying. Often, the larger question is what type of life insurance is appropriate for our needs.  Regardless of the type you choose, life insurance death proceeds are paid to the beneficiary(ies) generally income-tax free. The two main categories of life insurance are Term an ...

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“Dream Big” We are all God’s Children

By: Pastor Ron Winston Zion Rock Missionary Baptist Church Greetings my brothers and sisters.   I Thank God in advance for you taking the time out of your schedule to receive this message on Thinking Big. Several months ago, the Lord laid it on my heart to teach the people on Thinking Big, Talking Big and Dreaming Big.  One writer said, if you’re going to think, why not think big! Every human creature God m ...

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Pastor Ronald’s 14Th Year Anniversary

Pastor Ronald Watkins recently celebrated his 14 year anniversary as pastor of Abundant Life Faith Ministries. Pastor Ronald Watkins grew up in Chicago, Illinois in a Christian home.  He attended church faithfully under the leadership of his father the late Reverend Dr. Grady Watkins of Greater New Macedonia MB Church on the Westside of Chicago.  Under that influence, Pastor Ronald Watkins accepted Jesus Ch ...

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“Put Down the Guns and Pick up the Cause”: Peace and Unity Rally

Leaders and young people came together to put down the guns and pick up the cause:  “Peace in the ‘Hood”.  Recently at the Allison Foundation Community Center, 4540 W. Washington ave., Rep. Derrick Smith hosted the rally that promoted peace and discussed the importance of unity, and community togetherness can benefit children and young adults.  Also in attendance was Congressman Danny K. Davis, alongside su ...

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Using Life Insurance to Solve Three Needs

By Linda Moore: Term life insurance may be used to accomplish certain business and personal objectives.  That is what some business owners have done. As an example, let’s say “John” is expanding his practice.  He has constructed a larger office and is bringing a new partner, “William,” on board who is also putting some equity into the business.  The expansion of the business activities, along with the ongoi ...

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A Place for Chicago’s Underground Hip-Hop

There is a home for Chicago’s underground hip-hop heads and a place where lyrical skills are put to the test; it’s free and open to the public.  606 Hip-Hop Open Mic Night is held every Tuesday from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. at the Subterranean Lounge, 2011 W. North Ave., in Wicker Park. Artists from different parts of the city, and sometimes the country, come out to see what others can do as well as challenging th ...

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Jay-Z, Beyoncé Top Celebrity Couples Earning List with $95M

Special to the NNPA from the St. Louis American Beyonce and Jay-Z Forbes has released its list of this year’s highest-earning celebrity couples and that Jay Z and Beyonce have once again come out at the top of the heap. Between June 2012 and June 2013 (the time frame established for the rankings), the hip-hop power-couple took in a combined $95 Million. The couple also topped Forbes’ celebrity couples list ...

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On Fatherhood: Floyd Mayweather Sr. Speaks

by Ja’han Jones Special to the NNPA from The Arizona Informant Fatherhood is an interesting gift, because it is just as much a gift to the giver as it is to the recipient. The father showers love unto his son, and in return, he is rewarded with a pupil, the most loyal of friends, and a seed to be imparted upon and carry on the father’s legacy. The son casts love up to his father, and in return,he is rewarde ...

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Lessons of ‘The Butler’ Still Relevant Today

By Marc H. Morial NNPA Columnist “Everything you are and everything you have is because of that butler.” Gloria Gaines, wife of Cecil Gaines as played by Oprah Winfrey in “The Butler.” We tend to think of politicians, pundits and school books as the great troubadours of history and shapers of public opinion. But when a movie such as Lee Daniels’ “The Butler” comes along, we are reminded that nothing moves t ...

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The 16th Annual Chicago Football Classic

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