Schools and Segregation – Really?

As a former educator, I am still very passionate about the subject of education and lately there has been some interesting debate in this part of the country regarding not only that topic but the issues that come with. The year 2009 was an election year for county school board seats in various counties throughout … Continue reading

Saddened by the Loss of a Colleague

I wasn’t going to post another entry today.Β  I’ve been concentrating on a huge project this week.Β  But, I just received word that one of the most beautiful and talented people I have ever met, Miss Margaret Ritchie, has passed away from a bout with Cancer.Β  I’m really quite saddened by the loss and I … Continue reading

The Triangle’s Ignite Raleigh Kicked BUTT!

Seriously.Β  It was a recipee for success! Take fifteen presenters, the comic genius of Emcee Zach Ward (of local comedy club DSI Comedy) to keep things flowing, the funky entertainment brilliance of local talent Rhett and Link, throw two team members from the Carolina Rollergirls to announce the contest winners, eight happy volunteers, an audience … Continue reading

Is There Really Doom and Gloom for Today’s Media?

Just read an interesting article in the Raleigh-based newspaper, The News & Observer, and it has sparked a bit of thought from my inquisitive mind. On the one hand, it conjures up a smidgen of doom and gloom for the broadcast industry, but on the other hand…it also begs the simple one-word question, Really? Now, … Continue reading

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