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Provence Rosé Is a Versatile, Elegant Wedding Wine
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Provence Rosé Is a Versatile, Elegant Wedding Wine

The 2013 wedding planning season is in full swing, and the myriad choices facing today’s couples include what wines to serve at the reception. For a chic yet affordable selection that pairs well with a wide array of foods, couples can’t go wrong with dry rosé from Provence. “Dry rosé wine from Provence is a […]

Zeola Gaye Pens the Life and Times of her Brother Marvin
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Zeola Gaye Pens the Life and Times of her Brother Marvin

 If you were to ask me “What’s Going On,” I would say the Marvin Gaye play, “My Brother Marvin,” co-produced and written by Zeola Gaye, Marvin’s sister.  The play is being presented at the Beacon Theatre, located at 2124 Broadway (74th   St) in New York, on April 11th through April 14th.  Presently on a 22 […]

See Europe By Train, And Buy Your Ticket Before You Go
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See Europe By Train, And Buy Your Ticket Before You Go

Its reasonable to say that most American have never ridden a train (discounting subways, amusement park rides, and antique railroad attractions).  Unless you live somewhere that has rail service, you probably don’t even think about trains. Cars and planes are how Americans get around.  In Europe, however, most people get where they need to go […]

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September Issue Of New York Trend

Look out for the upcoming September Issue of the New York Trend.  In entertainment news, Dancing With The Stars, which is set to air mid September will get a close watch.  ‘Cover girl,’ Gabby Douglas will be the trend cover joining her numerous other cover stories in Jet and Essence magazines.  A profile of Gabby […]

FINAL CLAIMS DEADLINE NEARS FOR BLACK FARMERS IN HISTORIC $1.25 BILLION SETTLEMENT Claims due May 11, 2012
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FINAL CLAIMS DEADLINE NEARS FOR BLACK FARMERS IN HISTORIC $1.25 BILLION SETTLEMENT Claims due May 11, 2012

A landmark class action settlement for African Americans who experienced farm loan discrimination by the USDA is entering its final phase. African Americans who farmed or attempted to farm (or their heirs) may be eligible for a sizeable cash payment or loan forgiveness from this $1.25 billion class action settlement. This final phase of the […]