By Eva Said It
First off, I think I’ll call you Ana. Anastasia was a young Russian czarina, killed (or maybe not?) with her father a long time ago. When I read your name in print, all I can think is “what a cheesy evening network TV movie that was…’Mystery of Ana’ my ass”. And I’m sure we don’t need that. There’s enough cheesy here already.
So anyway. I
got hoodwinked into buying read the “Fifty Shades of Grey” trilogy about you. Actually, no. I’m lying. I read the first book really quickly, bought and started the second and…well…I didn’t finish, sweetheart. And I just won’t waste a dime on the third book. I’m sorry. Aside from the piss poor writing and editing…I mean… It’s not you personally, but… ::deep breath:: Read more…
Kingdomanity/Relevé Entertainment inspirational recording artist Myesha Chaney will release her debut CD, Take Him to the World, in stores and online everywhere on July 3. Myesha has burst onto the gospel music scene with a fresh new sound and a simple but radical goal: to take Jesus into the world by any means necessary. It’s the concept and the title of her debut CD. She is taking Jesus to the world through music that captivates and changes the lives of people in and outside of the church. The lyrics of her songs focus on praise and worship of a loving and powerful God while she effortlessly fuses urban worship with rock and soul. She brings to her music a unique artistic vision shaped by both her creative energy and her roles as a pastor’s wife, minister, worship leader, radio personality and columnist.
By NICK CHILES
Researchers have found that the children of the poor spend more time than children of wealthier families using technology to play and waste time, rather than for constructive things. While we were spending all that time fretting about the digital divide in the 90′s, it turns out that as the divide began to close, a new divide was growing—the “wasting time” divide.
But as with everything else concerning children and childhood, what this divide is really about is children of the poor don’t get as much quality time with their parents—whether that time is spent preparing dinner in the kitchen, reading a book together, walking in the park, talking about the events of the day, or searching for crazy factoids on the computer about beetles. Read more…