Did you see how glamorous and powerful your favorite actresses, filmmakers, musicians and even our First Lady were at this year’s Black Girls Rock? Let’s look at those inspirational women and then get to the news! Read More PoC News in America
What’s been happening in your world? I’m settling into fall, and the world is falling into…well, the spiral it has always been in. Read More Midweek News is Fallin’
In case you are one of those TL;DR kind of people, here’s a quick summary: Trayvon Martin’s case is continuing to get people talking but so far not much more; things are terrible in the world, especially in Syria, at funerals, and for Susan Powell; some basketball happened; people won a crapton of money; the Republican primary is coming to a head (but don’t use that kind of language around republicans); the individual mandate is being debated.
It’s over. No more bouncing balls, no more penetrations to the rim. College basketball and all its innuendos are nothing but dusty relics of an innocent time long since past. Well, until November. But if you come closer, I’ll reveal the winners of the bracket challenge and give y’all some things to look forward to this summer. Read More Balls, Horses, and Math: Summer Sports are a Whole New Ballgame
Hello, hello! I come to you with a proposition! We are just days away from the first tip-off in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. Don’t listen to Andy Williams – THIS is the most wonderful time of the year. And it’s a wonderful time for both fans and non-fans alike: when filling out brackets, expertise is not in any way a boon. That’s the beauty of the tournament: while perennial favorites can make deep runs in the tournament, underdogs like Butler can make big waves to the surprise of all the experts. So, let’s fill out our brackets (link below the cut) and duke it out for ultimate basketball glory. Oh, and if you’re new, I’ll show you the ropes with great enthusiasm.