Just the 2 of Us Actual Playlist – Saturday June11th 2016

Just the 2 of Us / Grover Washington Jr feat Bill Withers How You Gonna Act Like That / Tyrese Basketball Jones / Barry White – Chris Rock Made For Love / Kool & The Gang Date Night / Men At Large Yoga / Janelle Monae Some Days Were Meant For Rain / Tower Of […]


First Hour Kirk Whalum              Someone To Love Lynn Tolliver intro Four Tops                  Christmas Here With You Cece McPherson,       Tandia ONeal Mahalia Jackson        Sweet Little Jesus Lynn Tolliver             show id En Vogue                   I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus Lynn Littlejohn/PastorsExWife Gladys Knight             My Grown Up Christmas List En Vogue                   Jingle Bells (Euro mix) Reylon Ellis                […]


Communication and Reverence By Arianna Redding In relationships, we must understand that it is important to not only communicate, but also listen effectively. The person who is always talking cannot effectively be listening, because you have a desire to have your point of view expressed only. Sometimes, you can overdo it and then block or […]

The New Slave Attire

By Arianna Redding There is a new controversy brewing over the new Adidas tennis shoes JS Roundhouse Mids, in which not only cost $350, but also depicts the tennis shoes with shackles that you wear around the ankles. I first saw a picture of these on Facebook, a creation of designer Jeremy Scott and upon […]

The Importance of Knowing

 By Arianna Redding                         It is no secret that some people have dishonest hearts. We live in a world where cynicism exists, mainly, because of the lack of people with conviction.  I like to think, being optimistic of course, that our world does consist of these types of people; the ones with conscience that is.  […]

What is it?

By Arianna Redding Different people have asked me a question and the same exact question quite a bit lately and that question is: What does love mean to you?” Now depending on your upbringing/teaching in regards to love or if you were taught it properly or even the lack thereof, we all at some point, […]

The Man behind the Mask

By Anna Redding In taking my kids to a fall festival, we explored all the Brecksville Metropark had to offer. The sights and sounds of fall, the crackling leaves, the smell of wood burning from the fire that had been lit, just above the cast iron pot with candle wax to make candles, people churning […]

The Game Is Not The Same

The courting/dating processes have clearly changed dramatically within the past couple centuries. Dating in terms of becoming a relevant part of society really came into play in the 19th century. This is not saying that there were not dating processes prior, but in keeping my commentary to a minimum I will explore this era and […]