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Obama linking Selma to Stonewall  divides Black community

Obama linking Selma to Stonewall divides Black community

Jan. 30 |   President Barack Obama’s inaugural address was the most inclusive speech a president has ever given. It was delivered on the 27th anniversary of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, and the president honored King’s legacy when he eloquently spoke...

Recovery from an ACL injury is quicker now, but still challenging

Recovery from an ACL injury is quicker now, but still challenging

Jan. 30 |   Modern medicine has improved so much in recent years that an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury these days isn’t career-ending for an athlete, but rather a temporary setback. Historically, “People were really stiff coming out of surgery,”...

Ravens vs. 49ers an all-Harbaugh Super Bowl

Ravens vs. 49ers an all-Harbaugh Super Bowl

Jan. 30 |   NEW ORLEANS — New Orleans braces for Super Bowl XLVII, the first Super Bowl in that city since the horrific storm Hurricane Katrina. This is the 10th time the NFL has brought the world stage of the Super Bowl to New Orleans; the last Super...

Black IT pros give back

Black IT pros give back

Jan. 30 |     News Analysis By Jerry Freeman MSR Senior Editor   Irwin Sylvah (l) and Emmaly ManchanthasoukPhoto courtesy of BDPA   Lots of people talk about “giving back,” “reaching back,” “paying it forward,” all expressions...

Wolves asst. coach credits good timing  for his coaching career

Wolves asst. coach credits good timing for his coaching career

Jan. 30 |   An NBA assistant coach’s job is more than just keeping the bench leveled as the head coach continually stalks the sidelines during games. “Every day before practice, we meet [as a coaching] staff and formulate a practice plan,” explains...

St. Paul City Conference  race wide open and rife  with ironies

St. Paul City Conference race wide open and rife with ironies

Jan. 30 |     DION BRADLEY, the 5-10 scoring machine from St. Paul Highland Park, continues to amaze. The senior scored 32 points in leading the Scots to a surprising 85-75 victory over City Conference leader Central. The victory not only put Highland...

No More Excuses

No More Excuses

Jan. 30 | Too many have sacrificed for us to give up now Most of the excuses we make up make it hard for our life on this earth. Everything that really matters we make excuses for: excuses why we won’t go to school, why we don’t listen to our parents, why...

The Good Wife Works – America in the Age of Obama

The Good Wife Works – America in the Age of Obama

Jan. 30 | In a recent workshop held on the campus of Macalester College in St. Paul on the state and condition of America in the age of Obama, it was agreed that our president and the symbol that the presidency represents is its highest compliment, the ultimate...

Share your heritage — cook with your children

Share your heritage — cook with your children

Jan. 30 | Whenever I hear my pre-adolescent daughter say, “Mom, I’m hungry!” I’m reminded of how much things have changed since I was her age. At the risk of sounding like I grew up on Little House on the Prairie, I would like to add that at her age...

Staying hydrated during the winter months

Staying hydrated during the winter months

Jan. 30 | Brittle nails? Snapping hair? Losing your complexion? Don’t let the winter blues get you down. Take control of your hair, skin and nails and moisturize yourself back to vitality! Harsh winter temps can wreak havoc on our bodies, but you can fight...
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