The Miami Heat loss game 5 of the NBA's Eastern Conference finals to the Boston Celtics. I'm sure many were expecting this series to be over by now since the Miami Heat was up 2-0 on the Boston Celtics. Well, expect the controversy of whether or not the so-called BIG 3 (Lebron James, Dwayne Wade, Chris Bosh) will survive this summer to continue. Where will coach Erik Spoelstra end up? What will the legendary coach Pat Riley do?
Rain = No TGIF today. In South Florida, we are expecting lots of rain. Television news meteorologist projections have been shown to be off for the pass few days. Last night we only got a super-lite drizzle of rain.
For the first time in US history, more children were born to ethnic minorities last year than to white families, new data has shown, highlighting the coming of a seismic shift in the demographic complexion of America.
The figures showed that in the year to July 2011, some 50.4 per cent of babies born in the US were born to non-Whites – 26 per cent for Hispanics, 15 per cent African-Americans, 5 per cent Asian and the remaining 4.5 per cent in mixed marriages.
When ask which non-celtics player has the most championship rings in the NBA, don't rush to guest Michael Jordan. As a member of the Chicago Bulls for most of his NBA career, Jordan won 6 championships. Robert Horry won his first 2 of 7 championship rings with the Houston Rockets in 1994 and 1995. He then went on to win again in 2000, 2001, 2002 with the Los Angeles Lakers. Horry picked up his last 2 championship rings in 2005 and 2007 while playing for the San Antonio Spurs.
President Barack Obama clarified his views for support of gay marriage on Tuesday May 09, 2012. "Same sex couples should be able to get married" - President Obama. He maintains that it's still up to the states to modify marriage laws.
The month of May is Haitian Culture Heritage month. A time to celebrate Haiti and its people and Haitian's many contributions in history of the world and beyond. Take a moment "to raise awareness and understanding about Haitian culture and tradition". visit Haitian Heritage Month
I would like to congratulate my brother Manuel Jean for successfully earning his bachelors degree at FSU - Florida State University. The grad ceremony took place in the Basketball stadium at FSU on Saturday April 28, 2012 at 9 a.m. I am glad I was able to attend the ceremony. After the graduation ceremony, we stopped at Manuel's girlfriend Mfon's family home in Tallahassee, Florida.