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Kadesh aka Desiree Coleman Jackson earned national recognition when she starred in the classic and legendary, longest running off Broadway musical in American history "Moma I Want to Sing" where she showcased her 6 octave, pitch perfect range, singing before sold out crowds of thousands from coast to coast and even Japan. She was discovered and mentored by Patti Labelle who helped her to get her first record deal with Motown. Since then Jackson has co-starred in many off Broadway plays as well as television shows, films and featured performances at many high profiled events. Kadesh is also the wife of NBA legendary point guard/former NBA coach and ESPN Sports Analyst Mark Jackson.
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Depression had me down. Opression profound. I needed a healing for my Soul. I was searing all around. needing a healing for my soul. Psalm 107:20 one word one minute of prayer gave me a healing for my Soul.
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Interior Architect, Aishah Coleman
Growing up in the Bronx in the 1970’s, Aishah Coleman was always struck by the amount of abandoned buildings around the borough. Even at a young age, Aishah began to dream of studying Architecture to help rebuild her neighborhood. By the time she grew up and got her Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture however, the Bronx had beaten her to the punch and rebuilt itself without her! Inspired, rather than defeated, by the rebirth of her neighborhood, Aishah simply cast a wider net, dedicating her career to working with companies that specialized in residential design and community development.
With over 22 years of experience in Design & Construction, Aishah has worked in both the private and public sector, managing projects ranging from $5 million to $75 million. In 2006, Aishah opened her own part-time interior design business while she still worked full time on other projects.
As much as she loved working on the larger development projects, Aishah discovered that her true passion was working directly with people to bring the dreams they have for their homes to life. So in 2009, with her Master’s Degree in Business Administration and a Diploma in Interior Decorating, she decided to take her interior design business full time. Her goal is to be a one stop for her clients to service all of their interior design needs. For Aishah, it’s all about seeing her clients react when they see she has made their dream home a reality. “This is the most gratifying experience that you cannot put a price on.”
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Mind of Mansion Podcast Episode 121: Matt Kelley @fantasy_mansion runs down the first-5 rookie running backs drafted in the 2015 NFL Draft.
Jeff Fisher is falling apart.
Rob Havenstein and Greg Robinson will help Todd Gurley become the best running back from the 2015 Draft.
Melvin Gordon enthusiasts love the San Diego landing spot but wish the Chargers invested more in their offensive line.
T.J. Yeldon value could crater after only two bad weeks, becuase fantasy gamers don't give between-the-tackles grinders leeway when they struggle.
The presence of Joique Bell will allow Ameer Abdullah to be deliberately ramped up and comfortably eased into a lead back role.
Tevin Coleman landing on a prolific Atlanta offense is close to best case scenario.
Breaking down the running game "scheme fit" fallacy.
Chip Kelly is on record explaining that gap blocking and zone blocking are not mutually exclusive.
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