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‘Occupy the Vote’ hip hop concert

Election Day 2012 is quickly approaching. Once again the people of Detroit are working to raise awareness about the importance of casting a ballot and the necessity of getting people registered to vote. On Oct. 7, “Occupy the Vote 2012,” a hip hop concert and community rally, will take place at the Redford Theater as a registration drive and dialogue about the candidates and the issues on the Nov. 6 ballot. ...

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Be patient

By Frankie Darcell When we pray for God to clean us up and renew and reunite us with people we love, we have got to be clear on what we are asking for and when we’re asking for it. If, for example, he answers our prayers and gives us the spirit of discernment, a cleansing of our mind body and soul, but we then turn around and ask him to bring our husband, wife, beloved or partner back into our lives, we hav ...

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Mother and daughter build business

By Marcus Wright Special to the Michigan Citizen DETROIT — Peggy Gordon and Pamela Boatman are mother and daughter. They also own P Jazz Collections Boutique. P Jazz sells women’s clothing and jewelry. Like their sign says, “Jazzy, Sassy and Classy.” They’ve brought the boutique a long way. “I started P Jazz in my living room in August 1999,” Gordon said. “I had a few suits, coats, sweaters, a few purses an ...

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‘Doll Face’ premieres Sept. 22 at N’Namdi Center

Exhibit a commentary on beauty in media and culture DETROIT — How many women go to a plastic surgeon and order Angelina Jolie’s lips, Kate Moss’s eyes or Keira Knightley’s nose? What if you could simply pick and choose what you wanted? If you could have all three, would the result be beautiful? Those are the driving questions behind “Doll Face” by artist Ben Sharkey. “I first came up with the design in a sk ...

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Holding on to bitterness

By Frankie Darcell Here’s a news flash: Nobody cares that you’re mad! Mostly, when people are angry with each other they pretty much have a short window to resolve an issue then move on. Some of us, however, want to “wallow” in our sorrow and stay in an emotional funk. I love to tell the story of the two sisters that argued over their mother’s pendant after her death. A judge settled the matter with a legal ...

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Rapper Rakim celebrates 25 years of ‘Paid in Full’ with Detroit concert

  DETROIT — Rakim, with special guests Doug E. Fresh, Slick Rick and Big Daddy Kane, will take the stage at Detroit’s Masonic Temple on Oct. 27. This special show, presented by Global World Enterprises and Kinpholk Entertainment, commemorates the 25th anniversary of Rakim’s platinum album, “Paid in Full.” “Rakim has touched so many people of all ages with his music. To have been in the rap game for 25 ...

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