The Gullah Museum on Hilton Head Island

Some R&R on Hilton Head Island, SC, led me to a historic site and, at times, a hidden culture. The Gullah Museum The Gullah/Geechee people are descendants of African slaves who lived in the low country, coastal regions of the United States; North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida. Their enslavement on isolated islands and…

NASA is Hiring for Mars Simulation!

Are you interested in living in Space? What about Mars? If so, NASA is making this a reality by way of a space simulator. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is hiring crew members for their first one-year analog mission that will simulate life on Mars. To prepare for real-life challenges in future missions,…

Outwork the Chart!

“I believe that when I’m all said and done with, my whole job is to outwork the chart.” – David Goggins Until Next Time… (Sources) Photo Credit: Men’s Health

Barack Obama Becomes Partner in NBA Africa

Former President Barack Obama has become a strategic partner and owns a minority share of NBA Africa. Established to oversee the NBA’s (The National Basketball Association) business activities on the continent, NBA Africa includes the BAL (Basketball Africa League): a partnership between the NBA and the FIBA (International Basketball Federation) and the NBA’s first collaboration…

King Khufu’s Boat Moved to Egyptian Museum

The boat of King Khufu, an ancient Egyptian monarch and second pharaoh of the Fourth Dynasty in the 26th century B.C., has been transferred from the Giza pyramids to the Grand Egyptian Museum in Giza, Egypt. Discovered in 1954 at the southern corner of the Great Pyramid of Khufu, King Khufu’s boat, also known as…

Father Saves Twin Girls From Burning House

Coming across a heroic news story on a Monday is the precursor to a great week. According to Fox 2 Detroit, Ray Lucas of Eastpointe, Michigan, saved his twin 18-month-old girls from his family’s burning house. Ray and his girlfriend, Shi’Ann Brown, ran to the corner gas station early Saturday morning, July 17, 2021, for…