International superstar Gloria Estefan was among those nominated for the prestigious GRAMMY award. Her most recent album, The Standards, was nominated for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album. Co-producer/arranger Shelly Berg was also nominated for Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocalist(s) for the song What A Wonderful World.
Over the course of her illustrious career, Gloria Estefan has won seven GRAMMYs.
“THE TALK” CO-HOST SHERYL UNDERWOOD RETURNS TO GUEST STAR ON DAYTIME’S #1 DRAMA, “THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS”
Underwood Reprises Her Role as Justice Of The Peace for Fourth Time When Victor Throws Nikki a Surprise Wedding, March 11 on CBS
THE TALK co-host Sheryl Underwood will return to the #1 daytime drama, THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS, to reprise her role as Justice of the Peace Clarice Collins for the fourth time, Monday, March 11 on the CBS Television Network. Underwood shares a scene with Eric Braeden (Victor Newman) and Melody Thomas Scott (Nikki Newman).
In the episode, complications from Nikki’s recently diagnosed multiple sclerosis have landed her in the hospital and interrupted Victor and Nikki’s wedding. To cheer up his disappointed bride, Victor decides to throw her “a wedding a day,” and Underwood’s Justice Collins is called in to perform one of the ceremonies. The Newman’s will have their actual wedding the week of March 18. Read more…
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By NICK CHILES
A report yesterday on CBS Sunday Morning revealed a factoid that stopped us in our tracks here at MyBrownBaby: There are more than 70 thirteen- and fourteen-year-olds in the United States serving sentences of life in prison—and nearly two-thirds of them are children of color.
We’ve written here about the American obsession with prisons and how shameful it is that our country has turned imprisonment into big business, using the incarceration of unprecedented numbers of black boys as a means of keeping afloat small towns all across the nation. As was reported in a recent expose in The New Yorker, more than half of all black men without a high school diploma go to prison at some time in their lives. Read more…