By Kevin Thomas
The business world is a hard place to break into for millennials. I always questioned how new or smaller businesses were supposed to get their foot in the door with so many big companies in place. Imagine my surprise upon attending the Black Business Mixer Atlanta, a bi-monthly get-together of new and burgeoning businesses meet and network with one another so they may learn how to better their own business ventures and help new ones thrive. A more hopeful sight could not be seen. Continue reading The Black Business Mixer from the view of a Millennial
By Deke Lloyd
The Golden State Warriors have been the premier franchise of the NBA since 2015. They have won two championships, won multiple MVPs (Steph Curry), and set NBA records. They’ve done it all, but they still want more, as in the NBA title again this year. This time will be their second run the Warriors are going for back to back title, the first time was snatched from their grasps last minute by the Cavs, and if the Cavs didn’t win that championship, the Warriors would be going for an unprecedented 4th NBA title. This team is already arguably the best basketball team of all time. But are we starting to see the cracks in the foundation? Continue reading NBA: What would it take for The Warriors to fall?
By Deke Loyd
Winter is always hard to get through and Atlanta is no different. We are treated to 70 degree days only to be met with snow and ice a week later. It’s about as unpredictable as a season can be in a city. Spring is the solace. Spring in Atlanta is the mark of eight months of warm weather to come. One indicator that spring has arrived is the start of the baseball season, more specifically for us, the Atlanta Braves. The Braves kicked off another season this week, and that is one of my favorite ways to know summer is here at last. Continue reading Does a Frigid Opening Day Mean Another Cold Season for ATL Braves?