Daily Archive: December 22, 2009


Cuisine…Smart choices for the New Year

Leading a healthier lifestyle doesn’t have to mean making dramatic changes. It means making smarter choices. Looking and feeling better starts by making conscious choices every day that may be small, but will add up in the end. Here are some simple tips and recipes that will help you make smarter food choices so that you can truly live better. CALIFORNIA TURKEY WRAPS


Revival observes World AIDS Day

Pastor Deryck Tines of One Church Pittsburgh, 937 Liberty Ave., Downtown, presented a “Code Red” Day. Code Red, in terms, means the Aids epidemic has gone to a level of disaster, henceforth, issuing a Code Red to America. The day of service began with prayer and filled with song and praise. PASTOR DERYCK TINES


Church Circuit

Hour of power DEC. 23—King of Kings Baptist Ministries, 5169 Broad St., Garfield, will host the Hour of Power Bible Study at 7:30 p.m. Every…


Soul Food Social: Jazz Classic dinner at Point Park

To ignite efforts in making Point Park University more culturally aware and socially diverse, the Black Student Union hosted its annual Soul Food Social: Jazz Classic Dec. 2 in the Point Park University Ballroom. The event provided music, food, and a program that helped the Black Student Union advertise its plans to the larger community. It also highlighted the sounds of jazz. The keynote speaker for the evening was UPMC Chief Diversity Officer Candi Castleberry-Singleton, who talked about the advantages and benefits of diversity and inclusion in today’s society. JAZZ DIVA—Patte Terrell, “The Jazz Diva,” gave a great performance throughout the night.