Leah Pearson-Finnie is an amazing Harlem based Blues and Jazz singer whom I’ve had the pleasure of … Continue Reading Lady Leah Sings the Blues: And all that Jazz
Hypertension which is also known as “High Blood Pressure” is the degree of measurement of the force or “pressure” of … Continue Reading Hypertension:The causes, stages, complications and prevention
I had the privilege to interview the singer/songwriter and recording artist Charles Duke at Cheri in Harlem, and discuss … Continue Reading Charles Duke: A Music Legend in the Making
For 40 years antibacterial soap and products have been on the market in the U.S. and abroad. However research has … Continue Reading TheTriclosan Factor: International Health Hazard or FDA/EPA Cover Up?
On March 1st 2012 Emmanuel (“Manny”) Pena moved to Harlem, and immediately started on opening Astor Row Café, at 404 … Continue Reading Astor Row Café: Uniting the Community as a Family.
T-cell leukemia is classified, as a type of lymphoid leukemia that interact with T cells. Four main types exist in … Continue Reading T-cell lymphoid leukemia.
The pocket square, or more correctly the “handkerchief” has come a long way from being used to protect from foul … Continue Reading The Pocket Square: from Practical Tool to Men’s Fashion Accessory
There has been a point in every man’s life when he pondered, why do we wear ties? What is the … Continue Reading The Origins and History of the Necktie.
Aspects of The Spiritual Psychology of Nature: Exploring concepts of the spiritual aspect of nature as provided by certain theories of C. G. Jung
Prologue: The author, H.W. Schroeder paper that is being used as a subject for my thesis is no doubt … Continue Reading Aspects of The Spiritual Psychology of Nature: Exploring concepts of the spiritual aspect of nature as provided by certain theories of C. G. Jung
Jung put forth the idea that “Art Therapy” can be used as a tool to treat anxiety, trauma and fear. Believing art can heal and restore someone who suffers from emotional stress and trauma.
“A man whose dress is neat, clean, simple, and appropriate, will pass muster anywhere.”
Many men at their own table have little peculiar notions, which a guest does well to respect. Some will feel hurt, even offended, if you decline a Dish which they recommend; while others expect you to eat enormously, as
If they feared you did not appreciate their hospitality unless you tasted
Every single dish on the table. Try to pay respect to such whims while sitting at the table of
Your host, but avoid having any such notions when presiding over your own table.
It is well known that most young men today; as well as older men have lost (or never had nor … Continue Reading The Lost Art of Gentlemanly Etiquette: (How to behave like a gentleman) Part 1