Celebrate Black History Month With Jim Brown

        Born February 17, 1936, on St. Simons Island, off the southern coast of Georgia, James Nathaniel Brown experienced a childhood shaped by struggle. He was just two weeks old when his father abandoned the family. His mother soon departed from his life as well, taking a job as a maid in Manhasset, New York, and leaving the care of her young son in the hands of Brown's great-grandmother. Brown was 8 years old when his mother finally sent for him to come live with her in New York. In his new home, Brown ... [read more]

Black History Month Featuring Hank Aaron

        American baseball icon Hank Aaron, nicknamed "Hammerin' Hank," is widely regarded as one of the greatest hitters in the history of the sport. For nearly 23 years (1954–76), Aaron played as an outfielder for the Braves and the Milwaukee Brewers, setting several records and winning a number of honors along the way. Aaron continues to hold many of baseball's most distinguished records today, including runs batted in (2,297), extra base hits (1,477), total bases (6,856) and most years with 30 or more home ... [read more]

Daddy’s Hangout Top 10 NBA Players of All-Time

I’ve been asked about my top 5 NBA players of all-time ever since Lebron James came out and said that when he’s finished he’ll be on the Mt. Rushmore of basketball players when he’s finished beside Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson, Larry Bird and Oscar Robertson. I’ll be honest, I can’t just list 5 guys who I think is worthy of being the top 5 players ever. So I’ll try to do a top 10 of all-time and do I think Lebron James is worthy of being considered, but let’s make it clear and that he could be one of the top 5 players ever when he’s ... [read more]

Arthur Ashe Featured in Black History Month

      Arthur Robert Ashe Jr. was born on July 10, 1943, in Richmond, Virginia. The oldest of Arthur Ashe Sr. and Mattie Cunningham's two sons, Arthur Ashe Jr. blended finesse and power to forge a groundbreaking tennis game. Ashe would go on to achieve a number of African-American "firsts," including becoming the first African-American male player to win the U.S. Open (1968) and Wimbeldon (1975), the first African-American player to be ranked No. 1 in the world, and the first black American to be inducted into the ... [read more]

Parents Should Consider the Cord Blood Bank

“I participated in a campaign on behalf of Dad Central for the Cord Blood Registry. I received promotional item to thank me for my participation.”       I remember many years ago when I first learned that I was going to become a father so many thoughts going through my mind and I was a little nervous and scared. The first time I learned I was going to be a father I just turned 20 years old and with everything I go through in life I started to look at the big picture, how it would affect me and how can I become the ... [read more]

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