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Today's show features New York Family History Research Guide and Gazetteer, a new genealogy resource book from the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society. McKelden Smith, President of the NYG&B, joins Jane to tell us what this monumental work is all about -- the first of its kind ever for New York. Find out what this must-have research tool for New York genealogy includes and how it can aid your New York research.
To order: http://newyorkfamilyhistory.org/global/store/new-york-family-history-research-guide-and-gazetteer
Black History Month in New York City - Things to do
So many great things to do in and around NYC to celebrate Black History Month. Free events and low cost events suitable for the whole family to enjoy; including visits to The Apollo Theater, The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, The Studio Museum in Harlem, and more. Tune in today for some great event ideas and have your calendars ready.
Tonights show will be a brief one. Im here to see Emmy award winner Damien Escobar play his violin tomorrow. But for now us 716 gals are going to have a bite to eat at New Yorks newest hotspot VANDAL.I am sure its going to be all they hashtag it up to be. Im excited to see my bud Kboogy and catch up on our usual ratchet behavior. Please know we have our red cups full of malbec bahaaaaaaaa
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Today on "It's My House" we shall discuss the Foundational Unifying Priciple of Generational Wealth and the 1st pillar of generational wealth and that is the concept of the Family Compound. We shall take a look @
The Nation's Oldest Black-Owned Business!!
In 1883 a black man, C.H. James, walked into West Virginia's countryside to barter trinkets for vegetables to sell at market. More than 12 decades later, his great-grandson, Charles H. James III, is still in the food sector running the $66 million C.H. James Restaurant Holdings, LLC, and teaching his three sons the business.
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In this edition of All Subjects Everything, we'll discuss one of the greatest weekends (culturally) that Black women have had in a long time, led by new music (and an amazing video) from Beyonce as well as a new band camp jam from the underrated Missy Elliott.
We'll also get into Cam Newton's post-Super Bowl press conference - the shortness, the outrage, the foolishness that followed, we've got it all covered.
Because I have a young son it is MY responsibility to educate him...not just the schools.We focus a lot on the past and people that DID things to move our culture and society forward. How come we never talk about the people that are LIVING Black History on a daily basis? It is of no small coincidence that we are going to watch an emmy award winning violinist this evening...he is Black. Violin isnt exactly synonymous with Black men. We dont speak much about Misty Copeland..the famed ballerina, who was told at a young age that she was too "muscular" to be a ballerina she is also Black. We dont speak about several people I see in society making a change and a difference in the communities thru art, music, dance,literary, journalism or many other areas. I would like to acknowledge them today.
Today we spend some time talkingabout today's New Hampshire Primary. Will Trump get his first win of the season? Will Marco Rubio recoverfrom his media debate mistep at the last debate, Can Ted Cruz grab the win and the momentum in this race with anouther win? Will we hear from someone else tonight?
Join us today for the best in primary coverage, Grassfire Report
Recent studies have found that rude behavior on the rise in America. Specifically rudeness is on the rise in social media. At any time of the day, (or night) you can turn on your computer, and see someone’s comment, a posted pic or status telling someone where he or she can go (and it isn’t to the bank).
So, is rudeness a consequence of living in the digital age - a side effect of being able to post without consequence? What affects does that have in our day-to-day lives and what can we do about it?
BONUS INTERVIEW: Edward Tonini
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