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  • I got the chance to chop it up with actress Drew Sidora (The Game, Sister Code, CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story) as she  stars in TV One’s new original film, “Chasing Waterfalls” in her first leading role. And for Carl Weber readers, she spills the tea on his upcoming projects she’s involved

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    This week had some highlights –and some downright lows. Here’s my list of  important tea for the week. A definite high. Howard University’s graduation ceremony went down last Saturday  and President Obama delivered the commencement address. He recognized Ciearra Jefferson, who was raised

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    Dealing with Student Loan Debt

    The total amount of student loan debt is now $1.3 trillion and another $100 billion will be added by the end of this graduation season.   How scary. So what can students and their parents do to combat years of debt once a student graduates?   Jordan Goodman, "America’s Money

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    So did you see the red carpet for the Met Gala cuz you know we weren't invited in! Officially, it’s the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Benefit, a black-tie extravaganza held the first Monday in May to raise money for the Costume Institute and is known to some as the "Superbowl of

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    This week a lot went down in our town and beyond. Here’s the highs –and lows we witnessed. FATHER CHARGED WITH 2 YEAR OLD’S DEATH: Jackson County prosecutors announced new charges related to the April 21 shooting death of 2-year-old Shaquille Kornegay. Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters

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    Between primaries, delegates and VP hopefuls, this week has had it's share of political drama. Listen in to this edition of Politics and Tea for the scoop. http://juleejonez.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/Politcs-and-Tea-0428.mp3

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