Monthly Archives: February 2013

How to Write a Love Letter

Nowadays, with email, texts and IM chats, it’s easier than ever to stay connected. But how often do those “connections” go above and beyond a quick message or even no words at all (OMG)? And on the rare occasion that … Continue reading

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YOUR FEBRUARY BIRTHDAY!

Happy February Birthday to The Dreamers and Humanitarians! Rebellious yet empathetic with an unconventional imagination, those born during the month of February not only march to the beat of their own drummer, but set the tempo for those who follow … Continue reading

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Most Popular Love Quotes From the Movies

WHOSE {LOVE} LINE IS IT ANYWAY? We’ve all heard the phrase, “Words can’t express how much I love you.” But over the  years, writers have melted many a heart with the sweet somethings they’ve had to say. And everyone has … Continue reading

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BLACK HISTORY MONTH

We should emphasize not Negro History, but the Negro in history. What we need is not a history of selected races or nations, but the history of the world void of national bias, race hate, and religious prejudice. —Dr. Carter … Continue reading

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IT’S GROUNDHOG DAY!

Celebrate Groundhog Day–Shadow or Spring? On February 2, 1886, a hibernating woodchuck crawled out of his burrow near Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, didn’t see his shadow—granting an early Spring—and Groundhog Day was born! A year later Clymer H. Freas, editor of The … Continue reading

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NATIONAL FREEDOM DAY

What is National Freedom Day? For most of us, flipping the calendar to February simply means starting another month. But in 1865, February 1was the extraordinary beginning of a whole new era.  That was the day President Lincoln signed the … Continue reading

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