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‘Everywhere I go, black people go crazy’: Alec Baldwin says African-Americans love him for playing Trump on ‘Saturd…

  • Alec Baldwin said African-Americans like him more since he began playing President Trump on “Saturday Night Live.”
  • “Ever since I played Trump, black people love me,” he told The Hollywood Reporter. “They love me. Everywhere I go, black people go crazy.”
  • Critics say the comment resembles something Trump himself would say.
  • Baldwin is seeking to become more prominent in politics himself, and is supporting several candidates in the midterm elections.

Alec Baldwin said that African-Americans like him more because of his parody of President Trump on NBC’s “Saturday Night Live.”

“Ever since I played Trump, black people love me,” he told The Hollywood Reporter. “They love me. Everywhere I go, black people go…

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Love and Harmony Cruise 2019

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Foodie Focus: A love for cuisine at the Caribbean Culinary Institute

Creating the perfect jus, searing the perfect steak, and baking the smoothest macarons are just some of the culinary secrets being taught at the Caribbean Culinary Institute, run by chef Khalil Ali, owner of Pêche Pâtisserie.

Formed earlier this year, the Caribbean Culinary Institute (CCI) features a wide variety of cooking courses for all, ranging from beginner to expert, bringing the secrets of haute cuisine to the anyone who seeks to widen their culinary experience. 

Speaking with LoopTT during a Masterclass on steak preparation, Ali, who attended the world-famous Le Cordon Bleu and has over 16 years experience with French haute cuisine, said his passion for cooking led him to want to share his knowledge with others.

(Video: Chef Khalil teaches students at a Masterclass on steak…

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Children’s author celebrates 20th anniversary of ‘I Love My Hair


A best-selling author made a special presentation to children Saturday afternoon at the Bronx Library Center to celebrate the 20th anniversary of her book, “I Love My Hair.”

Natasha Tarpley taught children to embrace their heritage during the celebration of her book.  

“I Love My Hair” is the story of a little girl named Keyana who discovers the beauty and magic of her hair. It’s aim is to encourage black children to be proud of their heritage and develop strong self-confidence.

The author says she wrote the book because there wasn’t enough positivity and joy in books about African-American children. 

Tarpley is a recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts fellowship.

The Literacy Freedom Project, a nonprofit organization, helped organize the celebration.

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Educator, community leader Ruth Benn dies at 93, leaves legacy of love, compassion

One of East Tennessee's most beloved African-American educators and community leaders died July 27. Ruth Benn was born in Sweetwater in 1925 …
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African-American RVers share love for 'glamping' at Sun N Fun

The Texas Sojourners played country music on colorful floats. The Steel City Cruisers rode orange golf carts with signs celebrating Gary, Indiana.
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