Archives: April, 2014

16 Apr
HAMMERIN’ HANK’S DÉJÀ VU

You’ve probably seen it before. It’s one of the most triumphant and indelible moments in the history of athletics. April 8, 1974 Hank Aaron hit his 715th Major League home run, breaking Babe Ruth’s record. At the time it was an accomplishment not only of sports heroism, but also of extreme focus and perseverance, during

13 Apr
THE SCOUTING OF YOUNG BLACK EVERYBODY

Last week saw the end of the March Madness tournament. Um, Hooray? Only one year until the next televised exploitation of student athletes. In the meantime, those young men and women that have been accepted into university sports programs eagerly await their shot to show their stuff, and those who wish to be considered as

06 Apr
OUR MOTHER

Shanesha Taylor was at the end of her rope. Living in her SUV with her two children, the thirty-eight-year-old mother was on her last prayers, when she received word of a job interview on March 27, 2014. Homeless, broke, and desperate, daycare was not an option. When you live in a car, the cost of


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I'm gonna be @laughfactory_LB Tomorrow night 8pm. Tix available at: https://t.co/c0QUe8vnfs
- Saturday Apr 29 - 5:51am

I'm gonna be @Laughtfactory_LB, Saturday April 29, 8pm. Come hang with me.
- Wednesday Apr 26 - 5:17pm

Turns out babies only cry for 30 minutes straight because they hate you.
- Friday Apr 21 - 5:57pm