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WordPress is a favorite blogging tool of mine and I share tips and tricks for using WordPress here.

Growing vegetables at home, six of the best

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There May Be No Consoles in the Future, EA Exec Says

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At Value-Focused Hotels, the Free Breakfast Gets Bigger

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Play This Game for Free on Steam This Weekend

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A Refined Seattle Restaurant, Hold the Table Linens

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The Western Appeal and the Appeal were noted African-American weekly newspapers published in St. Paul, Minnesota

The Western Appeal and the Appeal were noted African-American weekly newspapers published in St. Paul, Minnesota. The Western Appeal began in 1885 and was conceived as…

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Minnesota’s oldest black church Pilgrim Baptist

Beaten down and desperate for freedom, escaping slaves paddled a wooden raft up the Mississippi River from Missouri. The treacherous…

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Sterling Club

The Sterling Club, incorporated on August28, 1919. Due to abject discrimination, there were few places “blacks” could go for entertainment…

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Casiville Bullard House

TThe Casiville Bullard House in Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. A skilled African-American stonemason and bricklayer, Tennessee-born Casiville Bullard,…

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First Black on Cab Company in St. Paul

The second item and photograph above is a of Sonny Lewis, a cab driver for the first Black owned cab…

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