An email from the Obama campaign arrived in my in-box earlier today — one of those daily messages whose arrival has been a constant for nearly a decade. You never know who the sender will be these days — one day it’s Dr. Jill Biden; the next week, it will most certainly be J.R. Smith — but today’s was from the deputy digital director for Organizing for Action. And it’s the best email I’ve ever received from the Obama campaign. Let the record show that June 29, 2016, was a great day in political donation LISTSERV pop-culture-reference history. We’re going to be talking about this one for a while. … [Read more...] about Did Organizing for Action Just Send an Email With a Fake Drake Quote?
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“He called me and asked me if I wanted to go to Colorado ... So we flew over to Colorado for the day and back to Vegas,” White told TMZ. “We were just hanging out, talkin’ fights. I wasn’t even supposed to speak that day. I was just cruising over there with him.” … [Read more...] about UFC President Dana White doesn’t care if he loses fans over Trump friendship: ‘I don’t give a s—‘
Roye, in reflecting on his 25 years with the Warriors, savors his friendships with players such as Adonal Foyle and coaches such as Keith Smart. Roye also laughs at memories like the time Foyle scaled a coconut tree on his way to the team bus in Miami, banged open the coconut and took a quick drink. Teammate Gilbert Arenas, standing nearby, was flabbergasted. … [Read more...] about Tim Roye: Voice of the Warriors for 25 years
The facility on West Crossville Road first opened in August 2008 and in the years since, Dr. Judith Dennis and her staff of board certified physicians have treated over 26,000 patients of all ages from the Roswell, Alpharetta, Woodstock and East Cobb areas. … [Read more...] about Roswell Urgent Care Celebrates 6 Years Healing Residents
As we were about to eat at the most recent BBC, I took a second to state my gratitude to everyone in attendance. Music played in the background, the meals were plated and everyone’s glass was full. I’ve never taken for granted that I have this community. It has been my secret weapon in a city that celebrates individual maverick accomplishments but erects barricades that make that process inaccessible to others. I took in a breath, as I always do, and regarded the people all around me. “I’ve been thinking about this for years,” I said. “All of my successes mean nothing if I don’t have my community. And your success doesn’t mean anything without that, either. That is how I feel.” … [Read more...] about In San Francisco, a Black Brunch Club celebrates community and kinship