The Indianapolis Colts are Moving to Baltimore No, not really, but I am. I’m taking a new job effective October 1, 2002 and will be in transition during the next two weeks. I’ll try to update the site as I can and I apologize for the lack of postings during this period.
Hip Hop Hits the Golf Greens Perhaps not the first but one of the latest and best, Urban Golf Gear is adding attitude to your golf swing. UGG is the creation of Oakland entrepreneur Craig Tanner who was insprired by African-American golf talent like Tiger Woods and Steve Scott and sought to provide better fashion […]
Mo’ Money A recent study by the Consumer Federation of America suggests that the median household income of blacks is growing by record levels; however, this increase remains far less than the wealth figures for other Americans. What that means is that the opportunities for blacks to accumulate wealth are greater than ever but spending […]
Black Conservatives? Believe it. They do exist. Project 21 is the National Leadership Network of Conservative African-Americans, an initiative of the national Center for Public Policy Research. They are proud of their conservatism and fierce advocates of issues that affect our community–sometimes their opinions don’t differ much from their liberal peers. That just goes to […]
Define Black Leader It seems that some young black politicians are shunning the term “black leader” as too narrowly defining who they believe themselves to be or what they represent. They suggest that the term prevents them from having access to general resources and opportunities as they are characterized as not appealing to broader constitutiencies […]
More PDA Envy Sony does it again. Here’s a reveiw of the their latest market dominator, the Clie S-J30. In this year alone, Sony has introduced eight new devices. This new device is a lower-end color model selling for around $300. A bit pricey but not a bad deal. Sony also released a new monochrome […]