Words to the Wise and Affirmation;  From Yogi Berra, “When you get to the fork in the road, take it.”

Aretha To Sing For The Pope, Has Special Gift For Him

Taco Bell customers in Chicago can now have beer with their burritos and sangria with their soft tacos

Millions Of Fingerprints Stolen In Gov’t Data Breach

Ben Carson Not Backing Down From Muslim Comments

The White House is urging lawmakers to work out a deal to avoid a government shutdown


Diddy Tops Jay Z on New Forbes List of Richest Rappers

Janet Jackson is now on her fifth consecutive week on top of Billboard’s “Adult R&B Songs.”

If some Australians have their way, singer Chris Brown won’t be welcome down under

Tyga is reportedly canceling his upcoming Brazil tour because Kylie Jenner told him to



Empire Returns tonight on FOX

FOX is repeating the premiere of “Scream Queens” On Cable Tonight: A new episode of “Project Runway” is on Lifetime. The movie “This is 40” is on FX. MTV has repeat episodes of Teen Mom 2. The movie “Madea’s Family Reunion” is on VH1 The Food Network has a brand-new “Chopped” Repeat episodes of “Dash Dolls” and “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” are on E! TLC has repeat episodes of “My Big Fat Fabulous Life” Music On The Tube: Jill Scott performs on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” Fetty Wap performs on “The Wendy Williams Show”

Peoples Perspectives;   Sylvia Moy’s name might be familiar to those outside the music industry, but her creations have certainly lasted the test of time. Ms. Moy was part of the Motown creative team responsible for making Stevie Wonder a star and wrote songs for some of the legendary label’s most celebrated acts.

While at Motown, Moy was the first woman at the label to be named a record producer and she held sway in other ways as well. According to Berry Gordy’s autobiography To Be Loved, the mogul wanted to drop Wonder from the label as his voice began changing due to puberty. Moy convinced Gordy to keep Wonder on the label but only if she could craft a hit song for him.

One of the early hits Moy wrote was 1965’s “Uptight (Everything’s Alright),” which did well for Wonder. But it was the 1969 hit “My Cherie Amour” that took off and one of the earliest works he received writing credit on. Moy also helped write “I Was Made To Love Her” and “Never Had A Dream Come True” as well. Moy wrote for the Isley Brothers and co-wrote Marvin Gaye and Kim Weston’s classic duet “It Takes Two” alongside Mickey Stevenson.


National Cherries Jubilee Day is observed annually on September 24.  Cherry lovers everywhere are smitten with this easy to make, delicious dessert and it is a favorite for many special occasions.

Cherries are mixed together with liqueur (typically Kirschwasser) and then flambeed.  Very commonly the Cherries Jubilee is served as a sauce over vanilla ice cream.  Auguste Escoffier receives the credit for the Cherries Jubilee recipe.  He prepared the dish for one of Queen Victoria’s Jubilee celebration.


Enjoy this “tried and true” Cherries Jubilee recipe.

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