Words to the Wise and Affirmation;  From Yogi Berra, “It Ain’t Over Til It’s Over.”

Pope Francis’s first full day in the U.S. begins with an official welcome by 15-thousand people on the South Lawn of the White House

Vikings To Install Lactation Suites At TCF Bank Stadium

One of the best and most-beloved players to ever wear New York Yankees pinstripes, Yogi Berra, is gone

Former tennis star James Blake says he’s encouraged after meeting with New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio about his mistaken identity arrest

Prostate Cancer Is Nearly Double Among Black Men

Teacher Calls Student “Evil” For Being Left-Handed


Funk and R&B fans are mourning a Hall of Fame musician.  Bar-Kays founder Ben Cauley died Monday in Memphis at the age of 67

Fetty Wap is sharing yet another track of his upcoming self-titled album.  The New Jersey rapper has released the new track called “Jugg”

Something new could be in the works for Destiny’s Child

50 Cent is all wrapped up in legal battles again.  The rapper is suing a former consultant in federal bankruptcy court in Connecticut



Empire Returns tonight on FOX

Writer Ta-Nehisi Coates Links Up With Marvel To Write Black Panther Series

The “Ellen DeGeneres Show” has a performance by Janelle Monae.

Leona Lewis performs on “The Talk”
Peoples Perspectives;   Dr. James West is an inventor and Johns Hopkins professor still working at an age where most would be content with retirement. Now 84, Dr. West helped to develop the electret microphone, which forms the basis for technology used in over 90 percent of modern devices, including microphones, camcorders and other recording devices.

James Edward Maceo West was born on February 10, 1931 in Farmville, Va. As a young boy, West became enamored with electronics due to an accident with a radio. But West’s parents pushed their son to become a physician because of Jim Crow and racism which made it difficult for him to achieve his scientist dreams.

But he persevered, completing his coursework at Temple University in 1957 in Physics.


National Great American Pot Pie Day is observed annually on September 23rd.  A baked savory pie typically with both a bottom and a flaky top crust is served often to a hungry bunch.  Be it frozen store bought or home-made, it is sure to please those taste buds.

The filling of a pot pie varies from many different ingredients, some of which are beef, chicken, turkey,  gravy and seafood.   Many vegetables like potatoes, carrots, green beans and peas are also popular choices.

OBSERVE To celebrate National Great American Pot Pie Day, enjoy a delicious pot pie.  Use #GreatAmericanPotPieDay to post on social media.