Black History Month 2023: The Year of Resistance

Words by Molly Britt   The constant news headlines reporting brutality aimed at the Black community is a reminder that the past can and will repeat if we do not actively try to stop it. As we step into 2023, let us not forget it.  February is Black History Month, and the theme this year is “resistance.” We need to take time to acknowledge those among the Black community who have resisted the status quo and continue to stand up to the leaders of our country in order to fight for what is right … racial equality and civil justice.  …

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Finding Love In… Books?

A look into celebrating the month of love with a good book Words by Molly Britt Did you know that romance novels generate over $1.44 billion in revenue? Now you do. Why, you may ask, is romance the biggest earning genre in fiction? No idea but I do know since COVID, readership in all genres has increased. We had to find something to do inside, and if it wasn’t having pandemic babies or buying new puppies that will never know independence, it might as well be educational. No hate to the pandemic babies and puppies, but I chose the books.  …

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You Love Me… You Love Me Not

A look inside the flower industry and tips for Valentine’s Day Words by Molly Britt   Flowers are one of the easiest and most thoughtful gifts you can offer someone, especially on Valentine’s Day. They show the receiver that you care and are committed without being flashy or over the …

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You Haven’t Seen The Last Of Us

What Happens When One of the Most Popular Video Games Becomes a TV Series? ‘The Last of Us’ might be the first to get it right Words by Tysen Romeo   The Last of Us, a video game originally released on PlayStation 3 in 2013, is now one of the …

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