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Archive for September 22nd, 2012

Condé Nast Makes History by Naming Keija Minor, First Black Woman, as Editor-in-Chief of Brides Magazine

Condé Nast Makes History by Naming Keija Minor, First Black Woman, as Editor-in-Chief of Brides Magazine

Kudos to Condé Nast for making history by naming Keija Minor, a black woman, as editor-in-chief of Brides magazine, one of its 18 magazines, for the first time in its history. Media Bistro reports the promotion is effective immediately. Amy DuBois Barnett, current editor of Ebony, was the first African-American woman […]

by Janet Shan· · Black Entertainment News

Dawn Brown Kills Sons Zander and Zayden, Self in Apparent Murder-Suicide Near Clearwater FL

DOUBLE MURDER-SUICIDE:  Dawn Brown and her two children were found dead in an apparent murder-suicide near Clearwater, Fla., Saturday morning. According to the Tampa Bay Times, it appears that Brown, 34, killed her two children, Zander, 9 and Zayden, 5, and then hanged herself with a cord from a ceiling fan. Pinellas […]

by HinterlandGazetteStaff· · Murder-Suicide
So Much for Main Street: Top Five Donors to Romney Campaign All Connected to Wall Street

So Much for Main Street: Top Five Donors to Romney Campaign All Connected to Wall Street

President Obama raised $432.2 million with his Republican rival Mitt Romney raising $279.3 million in the presidential campaign. Obama blew through his funds, but has very little debt, while his rival nearly $51 million in debts. The Obama campaign’s top donors include University of California $702, 281; Microsoft Corp. $544,445; […]

by Janet Shan· · Elections

FEC Report: Mitt Romney Super PACs Make Big Media Buys in New York and Florida

Federal Election Commission Round-Up:  The presidential election campaign is heating up and there will be money flowing into media outlets and all over the place as Super PACS and the campaigns themselves spend more money in a mad dash to the finish line. Here is the latest filing with the […]

by Janet Shan· · Elections, Politics