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The Fish Joins Big Machine Music City Grand Prix As Presenting Partner For Sunday Morning Praise Stage

Big Machine Music City Grand Prix announces entire musical lineup for Nashville’s INDYCAR race weekend August 4-6, 2023. Big Machine Label Group artists Danielle Bradbery and Tiera Kennedy and rising country artist Tezza have been added to the iHeartRadio Country Stage, rounding out the hit-driven talent performing in the Fanzone throughout the day each day.

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What is a Life Plan Community?

There’s a lot to consider in retirement. Where will you live? How will you spend your time? What will you do if your health needs change? Questions like these are common, and some may be surprised to know that many can be answered the same way: A Life Plan Community. Also known as Continuing Care

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It’s time to ‘go beyond grades’

By Tracie Potts, Word in Black New York’s Times Square is famous for its neon ads promoting anything from Broadway shows to consumer electronics and fancy cars. But this past month, there was a different kind of message among the sea of lights — an important appeal to parents: 90 percent of NYC parents think

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A Beginner’s Guide to Opening a Small Business

Photo: southworks via 123RF Have you ever considered starting your own business? The Commerce Insitute notes, “data from the U.S. Census Bureau shows an average of 4.4 million businesses are started every year.” Many people start a small business because they want to be their own boss or are dissatisfied working for someone else, particularly in corporate

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Want more black creatives? Stop cutting arts funding

By Marissa Gutierrez-Vicario, Word in Black On Inauguration Day in January 2021, many were left spellbound by Amanda Gorman’s “The Hill We Climb.” As the youngest inaugural poet and first national youth poet laureate, Gorman’s words were both poignant and powerful.  However, as the social media buzz surrounding her delivery began to subside, a critical