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Claressa Shields to fight for super middleweight title in just fourth pro bout

By Kevin Iole Claressa Shields won’t make history when, in just her fourth professional fight, she challenges unbeaten WBC super middleweight champion Nikki Adler for the title on Aug. 4 on Showtime at the MGM Grand Detroit, but it is nonetheless a mind-blowing accomplishment. Shields, 22, is 3-0 with one knockout as a pro. She is best known, to this point in her career for winning the Olympic middleweight ...

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Seven Essentials for Buying a Safe Home

By PJ Wade In dazzling summer sunshine, everything in a home looks great. But... and it's a big but! Buyers can be distracted by strategic staging, clever decor, and time pressures. They benefit from stepping back to determine whether the home they're considering will require expensive additions or overhauls to keep everyone safe—not just this summer, but every day of the year. The more buyers ask from sell ...

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The Critical First Two Weeks of Marketing Your Home For Sale

Brokers share their listings with other brokers in the multiple listing service (MLS) under certain rules of cooperation and compensation. One of the rules of cooperation is that each broker and agent make a new listings available to other MLS members within 24 or 48 hours of signing the listing agreement with the seller. This is to give you, the seller, the greatest chance of selling your home during the f ...

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Black Entrepreneur Launches Online Service to Help Car Buyers Find the Best Deals

Dallas, TX — Car buyers can expect the best value for their money when they use With an inventory of over 100,000 new and used vehicles at dealerships across the U.S., they provide a variety of choices with personalized service for each customer. The growing company specializes in removing the stress of haggling with car dealers. Negotiated discounts and rebates are beyond what the manufactu ...

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Thirteen Things No One Tells You About Aging

Lots of Know-HowThey’re called the golden years for a reason. Getting older has its perks. For one, you’re good at using what you’ve learned. This is called crystalized intelligence, and it keeps getting better, even when you’re 65 or 70. Mr. Nice GuyTurns out you might not be a grumpy old man (or woman), after all. You’ll probably get more agreeable as you age, at least through your 60s. You’re also likely ...

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Four Smart Sun-Safety Habits To Reduce Cancer Risk

By Dr. Jamie Hardy Summer is here and I know you are excited about wearing sandals, shorts, and sundresses. The weather is warm and sunny and nature is calling your name, right?  Well, before you leave home for a day out with your friends, or spend some time relaxing by the pool, or head to the lake or beach to soak up the sun you must take proper precautions to protect your skin. While the sun’s rays are b ...

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Ava DuVernay To Create Central Park Five Miniseries For Netflix

By Clarissa Hamlin Acclaimed filmmaker Ava DuVernay will add to her socially conscious repertoire of films with an upcoming Netflix miniseries about a group of five young Black men, known as the Central Park Five, who were wrongfully prosecuted for a violent gang rape of a White female jogger in New York City’s Central Park in 1989, according to The Hollywood Reporter. DuVernay will write and direct the fiv ...

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Kevin Hart Honored In Philadelphia

PHILADELPHIA — Standing in front of a new mural of his face painted on a cheesesteak spot around the corner from his childhood home, comedian Kevin Hart celebrated his 38th birthday last Thursday in true superstar style: with his very own holiday. The city’s native son returned to Max’s Steaks in his old north Philadelphia neighborhood for the recently dubbed “Kevin Hart Day,” a block party that drew more t ...

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Osteoarthritis: Is Hip Or Knee Replacement Right For You?

By Antonio J. Webb, MD Multiple studies have shown that African Americans are less likely to receive hip or knee replacements for osteoarthritis than Hispanics or Caucasians. Additional studies have looked at why. The most common reasons being that African Americans were less likely to be familiar with joint replacement surgery, have lower expectations, more concerns about post operative pain and recovery, ...

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