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                                                                             B.I.G (Brothers In the Game) is a  Liberian music production company out of the twin cities, MN.   B.I.G is at the heart of getting things done in the Liberian music industry. This company is rapidly gaining a significant foothold in the Liberian music industry and are on their way to discovering and signing new artists. B.I.G is made out of a team of eight.   A CEO, a producer, a manager, a media promoter, three artists and a choreographer.   The words that came out of these eight individuals mouths, send chills running down my spine.    My ear was glue to the phone as these young Liberians excitedly discussed their hopes, dreams, visions, innovations, desires, and actions and to include their obstacles and disappointments.     Meet the team B.I.G.   Sam Berry: CEO Mr. Berry is responsible for putting together all the pieces to the puzzle, to make it whole.  According to Mr. Berry, "Our whole

The Life and Death of Ralph Lincoln, Liberian Entertainment Writer and Promoter

                                                                      By Nvasekie N. Konneh                                                                                        Another sad death news from Liberia of another young talented Liberian. This time it's a young man by the name of J. Ralph Lincoln.  Ralph was 28 years of age, He was an entertainment and lifestyle writer for FrontPage Africa and former Editor-in-Chief of Uptown Reviews newspaper. He passed away on December 24, 2013 after a brief illness. According to brief obituary on Frontpage Africa website, Ralph developed Chicken pot in late November 2013 which "turned from one thing to something else and we could not figure out what it was,” says his sister Johanna. This means there might have been something mysterious about his death. The shocker is that he died on Christmas Eve and was buried the same day "because  the body had deteriorated at a fast rate - and not in condition to hold for a nor


                                                                      George Weah is feeling especially thankful to his fans.   The Soccer legend/politician express his gratitude during our phone conversation.   Mr. Weah is speaking out about his induction into the World Football Hall of Fame in Pachuca, Mexico.   He stated that he is pleased to have his work recognized by such a prestigious association but he gave all credits to his fans.                                                                                         “It is the fans that gives me courage to carry on.   They prayed that I have a better life.   In good and bad times, they are always there.   It’s their praises that give me joy and their criticisms that makes me to push harder. Every human is an asset until proven otherwise.  I'm grateful to my fans and I wish them all a prosperous New Years.”   George Weah.                                               Mr. Weah is vacationing


                                                                    On December 21st, 2013, Liberian International soccer player, Sekou Oliseh Jabateh won the best goal award in Greece, for the Super League match for PAOK.                                                                                  After the ceremony, the winger was given an opportunity to sign official autographs, take photos and interviews with the media.                                                                         Oliseh Sekou doing his thing.  Congratulations from C-LiberiaClearly.  Keep up the great work.    

Silent Night by Jaway & Shaun

                                                                                 Silent night to me represents the innocence and pure love from an untainted heart.   But of course that is difficult given we are all humans.   I always loved that song since I first heard it as a child during Christmas in Liberia. It brings back so many found memories of childhood with my mother and Grandmother, both of whom are still alive and well in Liberia. Thank God!   As a child, I looked forward to the surprise from Santa and also the food, especially the Jollof rice and whatever my grandmother baked. I miss those times very much.   The performance was an impromptu one done at sound-check about 9:10am, this past Sunday, Dec. 22nd. Shaun (on guitar) and I were waiting for our other church-mate, Norman Kesley, who was running few minutes late to quickly rehearse "God Ye Merry Gentlemen" which was to be sung later during the service. All this occurred at First United Methodi

The BM Show

                                                                            The BM Show, tune in, don't forget, don't missed it. We are discussing the ten most popular New Year's resolution. Follow this link tomorrow and let's have a great time.

Christmas Wish

                                                                             I pray this Christmas meet you in perfect healthy and harmony.   May you enjoy every moment of the day in peace, love and appreciation.   As you make it through the day, I pray that your love is extended beyond your home, to your neighborhood, to your community, to your nation and to the whole world. Spread love to all those you meet. Let everyone feel the love of Christ. Merry Christmas from Berenice Mulubah, to you!

Captured Personalities

This post has little or nothing to do with beauty, for beauty comes from within but everything to do with the art of taking a great photo.   Being a facebook personality with 5000 individuals on my friend list, 136 followers and 99 friend requests waiting to be accepted, I have the privilege to view dozens of photos daily.   We are in the digital age with folks constantly posting pictures of themselves.   Some are natural with the camera and very photogenic. Capturing a photo that appears natural and conveys the subject's personality is a skill that takes patience and practice. Being photogenic is all about being confident, being yourself and allowing the photographer to capture your character rather than producing a technically perfect pose. All 25 of these photos prove just that.   Stevie Flem R Pratricia Madia Vivian Hooke Best Garlo Agatha Badio Mends-Cole Lucia Rebecca Wilson Nancy Nan Vivian Williams Theresa Karn Nevonne Denni

A Christmas Message: From Aspiring Montserrado Senator, Celia Cuffy Brown

                                                                                 Warm greetings to everyone celebrating Christmas. During this blessed season, so many beautiful words are woven through our Christmas songs and prayers and traditions. As we celebrate this Christmas, let us remember the women of Liberia.   Women of Liberia go through severe economic hardship. Many educated and professional Liberian women earn less salary than our male colleagues, while rendering the same services or even better.   There are many other issues which affect women in Liberia. These issues can only be addressed in the house of senate by women being a part of the decision making process of Liberia. The reality is, as we aspire to join the house of senate, we may have to lose our current jobs in order to join the race. While this thought is scary, as it will put us and our families through severe economic hardship as we campaign for Senatorial Seats during the 2014 special election, le

Terrified of Dating Again? Comforting Words of Advice.

You when through a break up or divorced and you have given yourself some time and space to focus on you.   You have worked through the pain and disappointments that come along with break ups and now, you are ready to start dating again.   Good.  But, there’s one problem, it has been a while and you are a little nervous.   Well, don’t be.   Here are some tips to help you get back into the swing of things.   1.        Evaluate .  Make sure you have dealt with all your emotional baggage and is completely healed.   You do not want to drag your past into the future.   This is the first step and it is very important.   2.        Compile . Make a list of all your red flags, those things you are not willing to tolerate or live with.   One of the best lesson we learned from break ups is what we don’t want in our next relationship.   Make a list of those things you are not willing to put up with and don’t put up with them.   The more clear you are about your red flags, the easier t

Alabama Kicker Given Letter Of Support By Bush

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- Alabama kicker Cade Foster endured more than his fair share of criticism after missing two field goals and having a third blocked during a last-second loss to Auburn on Nov. 30. [+] Enlarge John David Mercer/USA TODAY Sports Alabama kicker Cade Foster received words of encouragement from former President George W. Bush just days after some costly misses against Auburn. The 34-28 defeat, blamed largely by the public on Foster's faulty leg, ended the then-No. 1 Crimson Tide's undefeated season and knocked them out of the SEC and BCS championship hunts. Foster's teammates have since stuck up for him and many on social media have joined in supporting the senior from Texas. But no text, tweet or Facebook message may compare to the letter Foster received from former President George W. Bush. On Wednesday, Foster tweeted a picture of the hand-written letter dated Dec. 3, 2013. It began, "Dear Cade (#43), Life has its setbacks. I know! However,