Video of the Day - The JOB Experience - Mali Music

Sunday, October 30, 2011

Mali Music is a gifted artist. We love his music .This song show us do not doubt. God works in mysterious ways. God is so AMAZING !!!

Mali Music isn't the first gospel rapper to write a song that tackles the controversial subject of unanswered prayers and the test of faith that follows.
But the Savannah, Georgia rapper/singer is positioned to be the first gospel hip-hop artist to have the support necessary to take his unconventional message mainstream.
Mali Music's video for his song "The Job Experience" premiered Tuesday on BET's 106 & Park. The song tells the story of a father who questions God after his mother is diagnosed with cancer and his wife is shot during a home invasion.
After the tragedy strikes the father vents to God, "I thought you would protect us, but you can't even keep us from violence and diseases. I really wanted to believe in ya, but I really need a reason to trust you after this one."
Mali Music doesn't consider the song's message to be controversial. "I believe the song and all the ideas in it will actually lighten the load and be fully embraced by the gospel audience," he said in an email to Yahoo! Music. "It exposes and directly states the things we all at some point feel and think. That outlet is actually relieving, and I expect it to be appreciated by the gospel audience especially since it all resolves to God's glory anyway. The bible doesn't get flack for controversy because the conflict in it is relevant. The same goes for the story told in ‘The Job Experience.'"
We all have seen these situations in our own lives! We have all been there. We have all been in our very own “Job Experience” where we feel like we have been deserted by God. But what is important is how we deal with our “Job Experience”. How will we let our “Job Experience” effect us. I hope you all are blessed by this song because I know I was!

Do you need help Saving ? We got some tips for you . :)

Saving money  in our current  economic  environment is difficult. Now, more than ever, most of us are trying to find ways to save money that will make our paychecks go far enough to cover our basic needs.

Here are 20 personal financial tips that i have found useful.
1) Evaluate the cost of your current lifestyle.
2) Track every penny of your spending for two weeks.
3) Save your change. It adds up quickly.
4) Change one spending behavior a week and put the savings into an account.
5) Write down your short term, mid-term, and long term financial goals and put them in a place here you can see them everyday.
6) Take care of your own financial responsibilities before taking on those of others.
7) Give yourself a weekly cash allowance for food and entertainment.
8) Teach your children the difference between wants and needs.
9) Plan your weekly food menu and shop with a list accordingly.
10) Don’t go out shopping without a specific purchase in mind.
11) Know the terms and conditions of every credit agreement before you sign them.
12) Be a savvy shopper. Do your homework to find coupons and sales before you leave the house.
13) Refuse to pay bank fees! Go only to network ATMs and use a check register to record your account balance.
14) Know what is on your credit report. You are entitled to one free copy from each credit bureau once a year.
15) Participate in your company’s 401K plan.
16) Keep current with your car maintenance.
17) Don’t co-sign on a loan if you are not prepared to pay for it.
18) Recycle clothing through consignment shops.
19) Create a plan to pay down debt.
20) Start today.
Tell us how it turns out for you. 

Haute Lunch. Mini Restaurant Week: Nov 1st - Nov 11th Only $20

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It's no fun to eat at your desk, so why not ditch the cubicle and treat yourself to a meal sans monitor? Every weekday from November 1 to 11, four restaurants in each of our five cities will offer a special two-course prix fixe lunch menu for just $20. It's all part of Haute Lunch, presented by Chase Sapphire SM. You don't need a Chase Sapphire card to take advantage of this offer, but those who do have one will receive a complimentary dessert with their meal.* Get out there and take back your lunch break!

Boqueria (SoHo)
Tapas are the name of the game at this Spanish bar and restaurant, named after Barcelona's famous Boqueria market. From the marble-clad open kitchen that anchors the dining room, the restaurant turns out classic small plates, plus an impressive selection of imported meats and cheeses. Click here to download the menu. 171 Spring St.; 212-343-4255 or Lunch hours: 12 to 3 p.m.

Five Points
Since it opened in 1999, Five Points in Greenwich Village has provided a welcome respite for frazzled New Yorkers who retreat to the restaurant's comfortable dining room for executive chef Marc Meyer's frill-free, seasonal cuisine. Click here to download the menu. 31 Great Jones St.; 212-253-5700 or Lunch hours: 12 to 5 p.m.

In a tiny slip of space in Chelsea, Txikito (pronounced "cheek-EE-toe") is an homage to Basque Country from chef-owner Eder Montero and his wife and co-owner, Alexandra Raij. The menu--with its abundance of t's, x's and k's--may look daunting, but the food here is surprisingly approachable--and extremely delicious. Click here to download the menu. 240 Ninth Ave.; 212-242-4730 Lunch hours: Tuesday through Friday 12 to 3 p.m.

A darling of the design world for its starkly modern interior, Vandaag has also wooed foodies with Scandinavian-inspired dishes prepared with local Hudson Valley produce, and a unique cocktail menu that gives aquavit and genever pride of place. Click here to download the menu. 103 Second Ave.; 212-253-0470 or Lunch hours: 12 to 4 p.m.

Setting up our lunch dates now :) 


Step Out to Stop Diabetes Benefit Basketball Game 10/22 @ Bildersee JHS Brooklyn, NY

Thursday, October 20, 2011

Sandra B, Shawn & Sesame Flyer  Bildersee @ Beacon IS 68

Step Out to Stop Diabetes Benefit Basketball Game

SATURDAY OCT 22ND 2011   11 AM – 6 PM

Bildersee JHS East 82nd Street (Between Ave J & Flatlands) Brooklyn, NY 11236

Admission: Tickets $5.00 Or Suggested Donations @ the door.

All Proceeds will be donated to The American Diabetes Association.

Live Performances by Sesame Flyers Cultural Dancers &  many more
 Food and Refreshments on Sale  

Come out and support! Also register for NYC Step Out Walk to Stop Diabetes on Sunday Oct 23rd

8am at The South Street Seaport in New York City. Visit  HYPERLINK 

"http://www.diabetes/org/nycstepout" or call (212) 725-4925 x 3412 or 3439.


Lets make difference. We all know someone who suffers from diabetes .

Black Girls Rock Airs November 6th

Sunday, October 16, 2011

DJ Beverly Bond and BET Networks will team up again to shoot the second annual Black Girls Rock! awards show.

Named for the non-profit youth empowerment and mentoring organization of the same name, Black Girls Rock! is dedicated to honoring exceptional women of color around the world who serve as inspirational and positive role models.

This year, the show will honor political activist and scholar Angela Davis, gospel singer Shirley Caesar, Academy Award-winning actress Taraji P. Henson, WNBA president Laurel J. Richie, actress Tatyana Ali and directors of the Rebecca Project For Human Rights Imani Walker and Malika Saada Saar. The all-female ensemble of performers at the ceremony will include Mary J. Blige, Erykah Badu, Jill Scott, Melanie Fiona, Mary Mary, Elle Varner and Shirley Caesar.

Supermodel Alek Wek, reality star La La Anthony, actresses Tichina Arnold and Sharon Leal will serve as presents alongside co-hosts Tracee Ellis Ross and Regina King.

The show will tape this weekend (October 15) at the famed Paradise Theater in the Bronx, NY, then air on Centric and BET on November 6 at 8P/7C.

Dj Beverly Bond
Lala Anthony 

Traci Ellis Ross

Regina King looking Fab! 
Mary Mary & Lala
Mary Mary & Jeanette Jenkins ( Fitness Trainer ) 
Mary Mary 
Melanie Fiona 
Mary J Blige 
Mary Rocking the stage and that outfit ! 
Lil Mama & Tatyana Ali
Taraji Henson
Jill Scott 
Erykah Badu 
Taraji ,Angela Davis ,  Erykah

Tune in To Centric and BET on November 6 at 8P/7C.

Credit By YBF 

Today was Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk

First , We would like to say Congratulations to all that participated in the walk today :) 

Today , Thousands of New Yorkers  pledged their hearts and soles to the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer fund-raising walk .

The event, sponsored by the American Cancer Society was held across the nation, including walks in New York City, Westchester, Long Island and New Jersey.

"Breast cancer is the No. 1 cancer that affects women across the country. These walks are critical because they're our vehicle for supporting the fight against this disease," said Jennifer Podoll, spokeswoman for the American Cancer Society of New York and New Jersey.

Organizers said 248,100 walkers in New York and New Jersey raised $18.4 million last year through pledges.

The donations fund medical research as well as free support programs such as Hope Lodge on W. 32nd St. in Manhattan, which offers no-cost housing to cancer patients getting treatment in the city.

"Since 1971, we have funded $338 million in breast cancer research. We have made significant progress, but we have a lot more work to do," said Dr. Alvaro Carrascal, a professor at the State University at Albany who heads the cancer society's public education efforts in New York.

He said breast cancer death rates decreased 30% between 1991 and 2007, but an estimated 40,000 American women will die from the disease in 2011.

The Making Strides walks are important, he said, because they helped raise the $82 million that the cancer society used to fund 220 breast cancer research projects in the U.S. this year alone.

Podoll said the cancer society doesn't have a fund-raising goal beyond making this year bigger than last, when nearly 800,000 walkers collected more than $60 million nationwide.

The walks range in distance from 5 kilometers (3.1 miles) to 5 miles, depending upon the location. Start times vary.

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MLK Memorial 2011: Pictures From Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Dedication (PHOTOS)

Every man must decide whether he will walk in the light of creative altruism or in the darkness of destructive selfishness.

~Dr Martin Luther King ~

An estimated 50,000 people gathered on the National Mall on Sunday for the long-awaited dedication of the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial, the Associated Press reports.
President Obama, Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder and Martin Luther King III were just a few of the public figures who attended the ceremony.
"Nearly 50 years after the March on Washington, our work, Dr. King's work, is not yet complete," President Obama said in a speech at the dedication. "We gather here at a moment of great challenge and great change. Our work is not yet done. Let us draw strength from those earlier struggles."
A video of the historic "I Have a Dream Speech," which King gave from the nearby Lincoln Memorial in 1963, played after Wonder sang "Happy Birthday."
Sunday's dedication was originally scheduled for Aug. 28, the anniversary of the "I have a Dream" speech, but Hurricane Irene forced the organizers to reschedule the event, CNN reports.

President Obama and Family 

President Obama 

Elder  Bernice King 

Martin Luther King III

Aretha Franklin Singing Precious Lord

U.S. Park Police Sgt. Allan A.C. Griffith III 

Stevie Wonder 

Rev Al Sharpton

   About 1.5 million people are estimated to have visited the 

30-foot-tall statue of King and the granite walls where 14 of 

his quotations are carved in stone. The memorial is the first 

on the National Mall honoring a black leader.

It was a Beautiful Service , we wish we could've attended . 

DC , You will see us soon :)

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