Rosita Weekend Run Down 

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Happy fall everyone!! I know, fall started a few weeks ago but the weather has been so nice this season that it needs to be acknowledged and celebrated. This weekend will be filled with sunny skies and cool air which will be perfect because the city is filled with so many fall favorites that everyone can enjoy. Let’s get to … Read More

“IT AIN’T SHINY & FUN ANYMORE” by Blair Nash

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Divorce is proof that women no longer stay stuck in unhappy marriages. Most divorces are initiated by women. (Roughly about 80%, to be exact). I provide coaching for single individuals around the country, as well as counseling for Couples. Over the last six months – I know personally over a dozen men who woke up one day, shocked with the … Read More

Wellness Matters by Lori Lindsey

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Hey, ColumbusBlack.com! My name is Lori A. Lindsey. I am a new Health and Wellness blogger and Your Wellness Navigator. I am not Your ‘Fitness’ Navigator because I know health status is not limited to diet and exercise. Wellness is so much more. It is truly every aspect of our life. Wellness includes how we think, feel, behave, believe, function … Read More

College Students should continue to have faith in the Political Process by Daniel Woodley

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What actions steps should college students who are the future leaders of America do to continue the work of the unforgettable 1960`s Civil Rights Movement. One way, is to continue voting and remain heavily engaged in the political process. During the 1960`s, Civil Rights leaders were severely mistreated throughout their journey of attempting to achieve social justice. The entire movement … Read More