Psychologist Advises ‘Getting Your Mind Right’ In These Turbulent Times

During the COVID-19 pandemic, we have grown accustomed to hearing certain occupations described as “essential workers.”  With the deadly pandemic combated via quarantines and vaccinations, psychologist could possibly among the most essential occupations. Dr. Natasha Manning-Gibbs says it’s unfortunate it took the coronavirus for many to address their mental health. Witnessing the closure of businesses,

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VIDEO: River Chancer: Kayaker Rescued After Falling Out Of His Boat 

FRANKLIN, Tenn. — Firefighters from the Franklin Fire department acted swiftly to rescue a kayaker from a flooded river after his kayak capsized. The incident took place at Harpeth River in the city of Franklin, Tennessee. In a press release shared on March 28 from the City of Franklin, authorities reported that the Franklin Fire department received

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Boxing Legends: Cory Spinks Remembers His Father, ‘Neon’ Leon Spinks 

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — On Feb. 15, 1978, Leon Spinks defeated the self-proclaimed “Greatest of All Time,” Muhammad Ali, in his eighth professional fight. Just five days later his son, Cory, was born and he, too, made his own mark in boxing, becoming the undisputed welterweight champion of the world. Cory was the third member of

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Remembering Selma’s ‘Bloody Sunday’ And The Fight For The Voting Rights Act

March 7 marks the 56th anniversary of an ill-fated march from Selma to Montgomery organized by Civil Rights activists to protest unfair voting rights in Alabama. This year’s commemoration will be the first without Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.), who died last summer. Later known as “Bloody Sunday,” the violent clash between law enforcement and protesters

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