Three Songs on Thursday (Re-blogged)

Another busy week and upcoming weekend socializing calls for a re-blog of awesome tuneage.

Samantha Bee’s show will be pushed aside until after the MLB playoffs and World Series is over, so “Full Frontal Thursday” installments will return at that time.

Whenever that is, LOL

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Saturday Silliness: Doctor Who (Re-blogged)

Re-blogging this post in celebration of my 8-year blog-o-versary whilst counting down to the new season of Doctor Who with the introduction of the 13th Doctor.

I’ll be live-streaming some gaming action on my Twitch channel over the weekend as well, so head on over to watch the fun!

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Time for some Saturday fun with the ultimate Time Lord, Doctor Who. Allons-y, Geronimo, and…RUN, YOU CLEVER BOY!!!

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Sunday Musical Tribute (Re-blogged)

Aretha Franklin is being laid to rest today. I decided to re-blog this musical tribute for today’s “5 on Friday” post.

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Wordless Wednesday: Vintage Americana (Re-blogged)

5 On Friday: Songs of the Past (Re-blogged)

This weekend has been a busy one, what with enjoying some unexpected sunshine and a welcome dinner gathering. Enjoy this “5 On Friday” post from earlier this month, since good music is always worth sharing!

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Most of us who love music, if not all, have a “personal soundtrack” of sorts. Songs which remind us of life-changing events, whether they’re good or bad. Songs which represent certain periods of our lives; songs which became mantras of determination and looking forward. For this installment of “Five on Friday,” I offer up these five songs which represent some of the struggles of my past.

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EDITORIAL: Serena Williams Wins 7th Wimbledon Title, 22nd Grand Slam and Makes Us All Feel Like Champions

GOOD BLACK NEWS

Serena Williams ended her yearlong pursuit of Steffi Graf’s mark for Open-era Grand Slam wins by defeating Angelique Kerber in straight sets in the Wimbledon final Saturday. (Credit: Andy Rain/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images)

by Lori Lakin Hutcherson, GBN Editor-in-Chief (@lakinhutcherson)

I don’t know about anyone else, but I really needed this today.  I specifically set my alarm this morning to wake me at 6AM (PST) to watch Serena Williams compete for her seventh – yes, take that in – seventh Wimbledon title, and to tie Steffi Graf for the most Grand Slams won in the Open Era.

I’ll admit, regardless of the week of continued brutality and violence by police against black citizens and the gut-wrenching retaliation in Dallas because of such violence, as a lifelong fan, I most likely would have been up and watching Serena anyway.  But because of its timing, this victory – this continued rising…

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