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Kitty Kelly Another looking to seeking Fame off Oprah

Posted by TSUE on April 12, 2010

Why don’t people just leave Oprah alone. Bottom line you are just trying to score brownie points off her name. Why doesn’t Ms. Kelly trying doing what Oprah has done and then maybe we can discuss some SECRETS and FACTS.

Clean up your backyard first.  Start a couple of careers, help saves some lives. My God I sam just sick of these people already. So what we find out a secret that is why its called a secret.

Give me your comments on this issue.

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Black Noir & Celebrity Toy Box Magazine

Posted by TSUE on July 28, 2008

Black Noir and Celebrity Toy Box Magazine

Black Noir and Celebrity Toy Box Magazine

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MICHAEL BEASLEY # 2 Draft Pick…Going to Miami

Posted by TSUE on July 1, 2008

With all the talent that Michael Beasley has it’s no surprize that he was the # 2 draft pick. Just take a look at his accomplishments. He will definately make a fine addition to Miami.

Michael Beasley

Michael Beasley awards and recognitions :

Michael Beasley attended Oak Hill Academy (Virginia) in 2005-2006 and helped lead team to a 40-1 overall record and a final USA Today No. 2 national ranking.
As a junior in 2005-06 averaged 20.1 ppg., 10.4 rpg., and 4.5 bpg.
Michael Baesley recorded 21 double-doubles in 2005-06.
Attended Riverdale Baptist (Md.) in 2004-05, averaged 28 ppg., 13 rpg., and 4.0 bpg. Helped lead team to a 33-1 overall record.
Played for the AAU PG Jaguars (Through 15U), DC Assault (15U-Present).
His DC Assault won the Las Vegas 16U championship.
Micheal Beasley has participated in the ABCD camp.
As a junior, was named to the EA Sports All-America first team (one of just four juniors on the 20-man first team) Parade Magazine All-America second team, USA Today All-America third team and one of just three non seniors named to one of the first three Slam Magazine All-America teams.
Named Co-MVP along with Eric Gordon at the adidas Superstar Camp in summer of 2006
Michael Beasley was named to Slam’s annual High-School All American 1st team along with Derrick Rose, Kyle Singler, O.J. Mayo, Kevin Love and Eric Gordon.
Named to the 2004-2005 Washington Post All-Met first team as a Sophomore.
Named to 06-07 McDonalds All-American team.
Named to the American team for the 2007 Nike Hoops Summit
Michael Beasley was named to the East team for the 2007 Jordan Classic.
Named 06-07 McDonalds All-American game MVP.

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Baltimore Ravens cornerback Derrick Martin was cited on a charge of drug abuse

Posted by TSUE on July 1, 2008

Derrick martin Baltimore Ravens arrestedDespite a denial by the player and a suggestion from the team that it was either a coincidence or a case of identity theft, police have confirmed that Ravens cornerback Derrick Martin was arrested on Saturday for drug possession at the Cleveland airport.

Per the AP, the authorities determined in conjunction with the Ravens that Martin the Ravens player was the person arrested.Airport screeners found three small packets of marijuana while searching Marting at a security checkpoint.

The fact that Martin apparently lied to the team about the incident could subject him to stiffer-than-usual penalties under the Personal Conduct Policy.

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Kim Kardashian and NFL Reggie Bush Celebrate Khloe’s Birthday

Posted by TSUE on July 1, 2008

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The New Dream Team of the US Olympics

Posted by TSUE on July 1, 2008

U.S. Olympic Team baskeball 2008

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NBA Wizards’ Jamison gets 4yr $50 million Contract Extension

Posted by TSUE on July 1, 2008

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Wizard Jamison get 4yr deal extension

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DTLR and NFL Players Host Free Football Camp July 12th, 2008

Posted by TSUE on July 1, 2008

DTLR and NFL Players Host Free Football Camp July 12th, 2008

DTLR  along with Atlanta Falcons Chauncey Davis, Ovie Mughelli  and Atlanta Native Daniel Wilcox  Baltimore Raven Host FREE Football Camp

 

NFL players and local retailer to host camp in partnership with former Atlanta-area high school coach Oscar Dillard  


Who:               
Professional football players, Ovie Mughelli, Chauncey Davis and Daniel Wilcox, along with local student-athletes between age 12 and rising seniors (entering their senior year of high school later this summer).

 What:              
Local urban retailer DTLR (Downtown Locker Room) has organized a FREE one-day football camp to meet the unique needs of Atlanta-area high school athletes who are preparing for college football. As part of DTLR’s ongoing community outreach in the Atlanta area, the retailer has gathered the unique talents and expertise of NFL players for this event.
Additionally, Oscar Dillard, a  prominent former high school football coach in the Atlanta area, will lend the services of the Oscar Dillard Football Academy to the camp.  The day’s activities will include a warm up, followed by agility drills, offensive fundamentals and defensive fundamentals broken down by position, seven-on-seven passing drills, an overview of the college recruiting process by a representative from The Athletic Group, and a question and answer session hosted by Davis, Mughelli and Wilcox.

When:            
Saturday, July 12, 2008 9:00 a.m. to 3 p.m.

 Where:           
Badgette Stadium
at the Hugh Conley Recreation Center
3636 College Street
College Park, GA 30337

 

How:               
Players can register online on DTLR.com website in the scrolling box at the top as well as on the “Promotions” page or by clicking on the “Click Here” link on the picture.

Chauncey Davis, Ovie Mughelli,and Daniel Wilcox will bring other players to assist with this event. Registration fees cover the following: Camp schedule will include: Football Position Drills, Recruiting Seminar for Parents & Student Athletes and Lunch.

ABOUT DTLR

Levtran Enterprises, Inc., is the parent company for DTLR and Downtown Locker Room, a 61-store chain of urban fashion stores in Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia, Illinois and Washington, D.C. Operating for more than 20 years, Levtran’s DTLR and Downtown Locker Room stores have become a trusted source for the hottest trends in urban apparel, footwear and music. Under the DTLR and Downtown Locker Room banner, Levtran participates in – and orchestrates – several community outreach initiatives and events supporting the neighborhoods and communities they serve. For more information on Levtran Enterprises, Inc., or DTLR/Downtown Locker Room, including store locations, current fashion trends, upcoming store events and community outreach initiatives, please visit www.dtlr.com. Ten of the 61 Downtown Locker Room/DTLR stores are located in the Atlanta area.


ABOUT TAG

TAGCastSports.comTM a subsidiary of The Athletic Group (TAG) is dedicated to the promotion of amateur athletics and the betterment of student athletes by providing innovative, computer-based solutions that will expose them to the largest possible audience during the college recruiting process.

 
 

 

 

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SportsGist.Com Correspondent Kim C talks with Kenny Smith (TNT) about NBA Draft Picks

Posted by TSUE on June 26, 2008

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Staying in Shape with Dance Fitness

Posted by TSUE on June 25, 2008

Who hasn’t been guilty of indulging in the occasional summer treat…ball park hotdogs, mom’s apple pie, ice cream cones that melt all over your hand or my biggest weakeness – Pillsbury sugar cookies! My lack of willpower has led to a couple of extra pounds and I am determined to take it off with my FAVORITE form of exercise, dance fitness classes. This is the perfect solution for those of you who hate the repetitiveness of running on a treadmill for 30 minutes or who are tired of your mom’s 1992 step aerobics classes! Dance fitness is just that – one hour classes of cardio intense dance choreography!

I first learned of these classes over the radio when I heard an ad for “Dance Trance,” a studio in Jacksonville that offered dance focused aerobics classes. I was especially drawn to the term “club style lighting” and tried my first class roughly two years ago! Of all the dance and aerobics classes I have taken in my life, I have to admit that I have never enjoyed a workout so much. The lights were dimmed, the illuminated disco balls came on, the temperature in the studio was increased and then the music started pumping. A host of very talented dance instructors lined up across the front and the dancing began! Each song, from Usher to Beyonce to Seether, had its own choreographed dance and with very little instruction, the idea was to just catch on! It’s normal to stumble thru an eight-count at first but once you master the routine, it’s an amazing feeling and an even better workout. I started making the hour long journey out to the beach each week and was in the best shape of my life – it’s the perfect dancer’s workout! Soon after, I got certified to teach Zumba, the Latin inspired dance fitness craze, but quickly found myself busy with a new job and fell of the dance fitness train.

Well I’m back! After receiving an email from Dance Trance about their latest class, “Urban Ballet” that starts next month, I’ve decided to reboard the fitness train and get back to my dancing roots! (If nothing else, my mother will be delighted that I’m in my toe shoes again.) Urban ballet is apparently the “funked” up version of traditional ballet that incorporates Top 40 music with choreography, stretching and strengthening exercises. This is exactly what I need to jump start my dancing again! If you’ve seen one of my favorite movies Center Stage, I’m sure you remember the scene where a host of dancers all come together in perfect choreographed sequence to split leap across the floor to the song “Higher Ground.” Stay tuned to see if I become a prima ballerina or if the Pillsbury Dough Boy becomes my late night dance partner!

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Dan Liberthson – The New Way to View Life Through The Old Ball Game

Posted by TSUE on June 23, 2008

dan_liberthson book The New Way to View Life Through The Old Ball Game

More than two million kids from around the world will play on seven thousand baseball Little League teams this year.  These children, ages 13 and younger, are taking part in a tradition that spans nearly 70 years.    Parents across the world enroll their children in Little League not just to learn the sport, but to learn the ethics and team spirit associated with the great American pastime.

 “What is on the field is an imitation of human life,” says Dan Liberthson, PhD and author of the new book “The Pitch is on the Way: Poems about Baseball and Life.”  Liberthson says taking part in baseball games and watching the professionals on the field are fantastic ways to teach your children the basic morals and guidelines of life.  “For 130 years we’ve been cheering for players to battle each other and challenge themselves on the ball field.  No other sport is quite as American or inspirational.”

  Parents want to give their children the tools for a successful and enjoyable life.  Little League, Pony League, college, and professional baseball are great ways to build the foundational skills kids need to become adults.   In praise of Liberthson’s book, Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig agrees: The great American pastime isn’t just a sport – it’s a chance to learn skills that guide Americans through all the pitfalls the world can throw at us.

 Liberthson’s poems point out four life lessons both adults and children can get from baseball if they know where to look:

 1)     Failure, Injury, and Defeat Are as Much a Part of the Game as Success.  As Liberthson points out in his poem “The Mound,” about a pitcher yanked from the game, we can all blow it, but we need to pick ourselves up and try again.

 2)     Don’t Relegate Yourself to the Dugout.  A player might miss one opportunity and lose his focus for the rest of the game.  He becomes obsessed with that one early mistake and can’t recover.  It is the same with life: if you dwell on your past mis-step, you’ll never get a foothold on future success.

 3)     Don’t Let the Hecklers Get You Down.  In many games, some fan is shouting above the crowd for the batter to miss, or the pitcher to throw badly, or deriding the umpire’s calls.  Taking such spiteful criticism to heart will only ruin the player’s pleasure in the game and his chance of winning.  “Everywhere in life you run into people rooting for you to fail,” says Liberthson.  “Look at these professional athletes on the field and think about how the rival team is hoping they’ll fall flat on their faces.  Still, these men often manage to succeed.  It’s a good lesson for life: ignore unhelpful criticism if you are giving the game your best.  You won’t have a chance to win if you don’t stop beating yourself and letting the hecklers beat you.”

 4)     You Can’t Win By Yourself.  Baseball is a team sport.  Sure, some teams have high-paid ‘hot shots,’ but without 9 players on each team and many support staff there is no game.  The same is true of life: you can be the best at what you do, but if you’re not surrounded by good, supportive people whom you treat well, your chances of enjoying the experience are zero.

 Liberthson continues his baseball metaphor to point out poignantly that “Life is hard, but at its core life is a game – a serious game.  Maybe who wins or loses the game isn’t as important as how a player feels about the job he’s done as he walks off the field.”

 

 

About Dan Liberthson

 

 

Dan Liberthson was born in Rochester, NY and graduated with a BA in history from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois.  He earned a PhD in English (with a dissertation in contemporary poetry) from the State University of New York at Buffalo.  Dan then taught college English composition and literature at Kent State and Akron Universities and for the U.S. Navy.  Since 1978, he’s lived in the San Francisco Bay Area, working as a technical and medical writer.  Liberthson has published poems in many venues, including the baseball magazines Elysian Fields Quarterly and Spitball: The Literary Baseball Magazine.   Though he hasn’t played since Little League, Liberthson is an avid fan of the art of the game.  His latest book, “The Pitch is on the Way: Poems about Baseball and Life” is his tribute to the sport that has given him hope, respite, warmth and laughter.  www.liberthson.com or www.PitchPoems.com

 

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ALICIA KEYS WRAPS SUCCESSFUL WORLD TOUR

Posted by TSUE on June 23, 2008

ALICIA KEYS WRAPS SUCCESSFUL WORLD TOUR AT HOME WITH STAR-STUDDED CELEBRATION IN NEW YORK

 

 

 

 

Alicia Keys As I am Tour

John Legend-Alicia Key As I Am Tour

Wednesday, June 18th was a grand homecoming for Grammy Award winning superstar Alicia Keys as thousands of fans and well-wishers welcomed the chart-topping singer, songwriter, and producer back to her native New York for a sold-out show at Madison Square Garden and an exclusive after-party celebration at New York hotspot, The Park.

Closing her mega successful As I Am Tour, which played Europe, Canada and the U.S. in support of her latest album of the same name, Alicia Keys followed her passionate performance at the world-famous Madison Square Garden with a blowout wrap party powered by Vitamin Water. The Park welcomed scores of guests including family, friends and celebrities such as Ne-Yo, John Legend, Estelle, Derek Luke, Flo Rida, Maino, Brandon London (NY Giants), D’Brickashaw Ferguson (NY Jets), Jason Richardson (Charlotte Bobcats) and Mathias Kiwanuka (NY Giants) to help Alicia celebrate her success.

The festivities helped culminate the sell-out tour and an amazing several months which have seen Alicia earn her fourth #1 album with As I Am and add two Grammy Awards, for the song “No One,” to her long list of achievements.

 

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Vernon is one of the 15 single men People chose for the Lock of Love HOT Bachelor issue.

Posted by TSUE on June 23, 2008

Lock of Love Vernon Davis People Magazine June 30th 2008 issue

San Francisco 49ers Vernon Davis (www.vernondavis85.net) is in the June 30th issue of People Magazine on page 84; Vernon is one of the 15 single men People chose for the Lock of Love HOT Bachelor issue.

 

 

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Vernon Davis Painting Honoring the Legendary “Bill Walsh”

Posted by TSUE on June 23, 2008

Vernon Davis picture of Bill Walsh coach

Vernon Davis paints a picture of the legendary Coach of the San Francisco 49ers “Bill Walsh”.

Bill was the #1 coach of the 20th century and also had 3 Super Bowls wins and made NFL coach of the year three times.

Check out Vernon’s Website at www.vernondavis85.net

 

 

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SportsGist.Com- Inner Dialogue Commerical

Posted by TSUE on June 19, 2008

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SportsGist.Com Connecting Athletes With Experts

Posted by TSUE on June 19, 2008

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The Heart Foundation Gala

Posted by TSUE on June 19, 2008

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The Heart Foundation at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, dedicated to raising awareness of heart disease, honored Motown founder Berry Gordy with The Steven S. Cohen Humanitarian Award on Saturday, June 7, at The Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles. Honorary Dinner chairs included Sidney Poitier, Norman Brokaw and Quincy Jones; Dinner chairs were Doug Morris, Clarence Avant, Mary Hart and Burt Sugarman. The evening was emceed by Entertainment Tonight’s Mary Hart and featured special musical performances by Louis Price, Thelma Houston and Teena Marie and a dance choreographed by Debbie Allen who was also in attendance. David Foster served as musical director along with Suzanne de Passe.

A man of vision, drive, talent and determination, Berry Gordy, founder of Motown Records, was also a songwriter, boxer, producer, director, innovative entrepreneur and teacher. The phenomenal success of Motown Records is a tribute to all that he embodies and all that he has brought out in others. Under his leadership, Motown created a sound that has become one of the most significant musical accomplishments and stunning success stories of the 20th century. The music communicated across a racially-divided country and segregated society, around the world, touching all people, regardless of skin color.

The Heart Foundation supports the groundbreaking cardiac research of Dr. P.K. Shah and his colleagues at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. Their goal is to prevent, cure and eradicate this silent killer. Heart Disease is the leading cause of death in both men and women in the United States today. The Heart Foundation at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center was established in 1996 in memory of Steven S. Cohen, an incredible husband, father, son, brother and friend, who lost his life to Sudden Cardiac Death at the age of 35 with no warning signs.

 

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Tiger Woods to miss rest of golf season due to major knee surgery

Posted by TSUE on June 19, 2008

Tiger woods to miss rest of golf season

U.S. Open winner Tiger Woods has decided to go ahead with yet another knee surgery, and will miss the rest of the 2008 golf season, according to the Golf Channel and the Associated Press.

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Jose Canseco Swears A-Rod Did Steriods….

Posted by TSUE on June 19, 2008

Jose Canseco Swear A-Rod did Steriods

In the July 8 issue of Steppin’ Out  magazine, juiced up canary, Jose Canseco sits down with Chaunce Hayden and opens up about Alex Rodriquez’s steriod past and why he’s ratting out his fellow ball players…… and why he’s decided to become a boxer and what it will take to beat him.

Chaunce Hayden: Why do so many people hate you?

Jose Canseco: These ex athletes who go on the radio seem to believe what goes on in the locker room should stay in the locker room. But if one of these athletes brings an underage girl into the locker room and has sex with her or rapes her, are we supposed to keep quiet about it? No…absolutely not. That would make me an excessory. But it’s that kind of mentality. All these athletes know what I’m saying is the absolute truth. But athletes think we’re some kind of fraternity or family. So they’re pissed off at me.
As far as the Mitchell report goes, they left out a lot of individuals. It wasn’t accurate. And some of the people who were on the list, the information on them was not completely right.

Chaunce Hayden: Did A-Rod ever take steroids?

Jose Canseco: As far as Alex Rodriguez is concerned. He absolutely did steroids.
(read more in the July 8 issue of Steppin’ Out)

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Rahfeal C. Gordon

Posted by TSUE on June 18, 2008

Rahfeal C. Gordon

Rahfeal is an Alumni Art major from Arts High School in Newark, New Jersey. At fifteen he established his first company “Infinite Productions”. In 2001, Rahfeal established the “Team Infinite” organizations on Montclair State University and Bloomfield College campuses.  In addition to the success of Team Infinite, in 2005, Rahfeal established the Rahfeal C. Gordon Scholarship Fund.        

    In the summer of 2007, Rahfeal premiered “Hip Hop Saved My Life” Motivational Seminar on the national performance stage at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark, NJ to a sold out audience.  Also in 2007, Rahfeal became owner of two major companies, RahGor Publishing and RahGor Motivations. Through his publishing company he penned his first book entitled “You Won’t Make It”,
    Rahfeal is (NFTE) 2008 Global Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award in the Oppenheimer Funds Social Entrepreneurship Award category. He was featured on the Fox News Channel’s, “Money for Breakfast”, My 9 News, “Real Talk” with Brenda Blackmon and “Voices of America”. He is now the Global Ambassador for the NFTE Organization, National Collegiate Advisor for Inspire Magazine and serves on the Hip Hop Advisory Board at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center. Rahfeal’s is currently campaigning to be featured on The Oprah Show.

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