Daily Archive: September 8, 2013

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Sports

Titans stun lifeless Steelers, 16-9

Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson (28) runs around Pittsburgh Steelers inside linebacker Larry Foote (50) in the third quarter of an NFL football game in Pittsburgh, Sunday, Sept. 8, 2013. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar) by Will GravesAP Sports Writer PITTSBURGH (AP) — The Tennessee Titans opened the season in reverse. The Pittsburgh Steelers, however, appear to be the ones backing up.

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Lifestyle

Sanaa Lathan’s Fashion Passion Board featured On Pinterest’s New York Fashion Week Hub

Sanaa Lathan. (PRNewsFoto/Codeblack Entertainment) NEW YORK– Just weeks after jumping on board the trend for celebrities to join Pinterest, Actress Sanaa Lathan’s (The Best Man Holiday) ‘Fashion Passion’ Board (http://pinterest.com/justsanaa/fashion-passion/) has been “pinned” as one to follow on Pinterest’s New York Fashion Week Hub. The new hub, launched by Pinterest just one week before the coveted New York Fashion Week, features images and videos from several high-profile partners across fashion and media.

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Lifestyle

Homewood AME Zion Community Day

FOR YOUR GOOD HEALTH—Dara Moore and Kim Spruce, both of Primary Care Health ­Services. On Aug. 10, Homewood AME Zion Church blocked off a portion of Homewood Avenue and gave back to the community they have been a part of for decades.

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Opinion

Leader, the most abused word

LOUIS ‘HOP’ KENDRICK In the city of Pittsburgh too many people—Black and White alike—too frequently refer to a number of Black people as leaders. Tragically in the “Up South City of Pittsburgh” true Black leaders are almost as rare as a dinosaur. There has been a number of Blacks, male and female who qualified as leaders, but most of them have died. A true Black leader demonstrates by precept and example, they stand up, speak out and generally are well prepared when meetings are called with the power brokers, whether they are corporate or political leaders.