Being Mary Jane: Black Women, Anxiety and Suicide

It's 2am. And I'm awake. Not because I'm having fun partying. Not because I'm up working. Not because I'm on #TeamNoSleep. I'm awake because I'm not okay.  Watching the latest episode of BET's Being Mary Jane really resonated with me. Mary Jane Paul wears many hats. Many that I won't be able to even tell. … Continue reading Being Mary Jane: Black Women, Anxiety and Suicide

Ronnie Notch |Educating, Creating and Changing Music

I introduce to you, Ronnie Notch, Co-Creator (along with co- creator Ira Dewitt) of the Audio Recording Program at University of Missouri St. Louis, President of recording company King of Twelve, Music Composer, Creator of program Notes For Life, husband, father and more. Thanks to Notch I have had the wonderful opportunity of featuring artists … Continue reading Ronnie Notch |Educating, Creating and Changing Music

In Honor of Maya Angelou | The Greats of St. Louis

Feb. 27, 2014 Olympic Medalist. Inspiration. Philanthropist. Native of East St.Louis, Illinois. Jackie Joyner Kersee Kersee has set platforms for young boys and girls to start their path in life. She shows us that persistence, education and determination can get you to the finish line if you want success and happiness! The amazing thing is she … Continue reading In Honor of Maya Angelou | The Greats of St. Louis