SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA—Because even us BlackAthlete writers need some time off, I’ll take this time to wish everyone the best of holidays, and to say keep you and yours safe, and be good to one another.
Time Warner Cable’s Videos On Demand offering has given the folk over at Blockbuster and at Hollywood Video a very good reason to feel very, very bad. After all, given the choice of going back and forth to the rental shop…
If you saw Men In Black, you've pretty much seen Men In Black II (SONY/VHS $14.99) What's good about that, though, is Men In Black was pure and absolute, unleashed hysteria.
Lloyd Ingram Jr. didn’t think it could happen to him.
Sure, he suffered from heart failure, but he had always been active and healthy.
When the symptoms of diabetes began to appear—extreme thirst and loss of energy—Ingram, who was 44 at the time, chalked it up to exhaustion.
During the holidays, it seems our hearts begin to soften for those who are less fortunate. As a result, the power to give seems to strengthen. For individuals like Carmen Haynes, to be healthy is a priceless gift year round.