Kristina M’s newly released “Consider It Pure Joy” is a poignant examination of the author’s life living with emotional abuse

“Consider It Pure Joy” from Christian Faith Publishing author Kristina M is a moving story of one woman’s faith that carried her through a lifetime of psychological abuse beginning at a very young age.

(PRWeb October 08, 2021)

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Jimmy’s Jazz & Blues Clubs Features 2x-GRAMMY® Award-Winning Artist MS. LISA FISCHER on Saturday, October 16 at 7:30 P.M.

2x-GRAMMY® Award-Winner MS. LISA FISCHER, who has a legendary vocal range and unique ability to connect with the hearts of her listeners, is featured on Jimmy’s Jazz & Blues Club’s 2021 Fall Schedule which now includes 14 GRAMMY Award-Winning Artists.

(PRWeb September 30, 2021)

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Ms. Pat Says White Indiana Suburb Scared Her, Folks Showed So Much Love | TMZ

Ms. Pat — the titular star of the new BET+ sitcom, "The Ms. Pat Show" — says her move from Atlanta to Indiana was life-changing in a great way, but it took her a while to get used to white folks’ hospitality.


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BET+ Original – The Ms. Pat Show Trailer

In this all-new grown-ass comedy, Ms. Pat and her family find themselves uprooted, leaving Atlanta, GA for Plainfield, IN. This chaotic, but lovable family keeps it very real as they navigate the ups and downs of moving to a new…less diverse…neighborhood.


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INSANE GRAND SLAM from MARINERS! M’s clutch GS puts them ahead of Astros in crazy game!

INSANE GRAND SLAM from MARINERS! M's clutch GS puts them ahead of Astros in crazy game!

Mariners OF Dylan Moore launched this CLUTCH grand slam to put the M’s ahead of the Astros in an INSANE game!

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Ms. Opal Lee on Juneteenth

Ms. Opal Lee has walked for miles — literally and figuratively — to bring attention to Juneteenth. On Thursday, Ms. Lee visited the White House to be a part of the President’s bill signing to make Juneteenth a federal holiday.

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Earth, Wind & Fire talk ‘Race to Erase MS’; readying new music

Legendary band Earth, Wind & Fire is preparing to play the ‘Race to Erase MS’ gala, the group’s first performance in more than a year due to the pandemic. ‘Race to Erase MS’ raises funds for multiple sclerosis research ( The band also says they’re working on new music. (May 21)

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