Sunday May 23, marked the first WNBA Atlanta Dream home game since the new season has begun. We aren’t surprised that 2016 Olympic team player and Atlanta’s Dream Team superstar Angel McCoughtry with 21 points led the team in their win (final score 87/81) against the Chicago Sky. This wasn’t an easy task as the Chicago Sky has starter 6’5 Elena Delle Donne, WNBA’s MVP leading the team who actually gave the Atlanta Dream a good run for it. READ MORE
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Atlanta Dream Beats Liberty 75-46 or should we say Murders Liberty? The seats are filling up as this shot was taken final ending. Way to go City of Atlanta , V-103, RL (R & B Artist), Tyler Perry actor Brad James (For Better or Worse) supporting the DREAM READ MORE
This documentary film, Miss Independent Woman, explores and explains the point of view from people with various backgrounds and nationalities. Tackling the tough questions that many would love to ask, but tend not to allows this film to be categorized in a league of its own. Addressing everything from financial status, racial stereotypes, marriage expectations to societal double standards, Miss Independent Woman leaves the viewer with a concrete understanding of what women and men regardless of background and nationality feel about “Independence“.
WNBA women’s basketball star Â Chamique HoldsclawÂ is wanted in the state of Georgia. She allegedly fired a gun during a big fight with her ex-girlfriend, Jennifer Lacy. She was arrested early this morning and released after her court date. More details inside. READ MORE
Â On Saturday August 4, 2012, The Atlanta Dream (WNBA) conducted its first annual iDream Leadership Summit, teens (young women and men) ranging from the ages 12-17 filled Spelman Collegeâ€™s Cosby Auditorium.The Summit speakers included Atlanta Dream players Tiffany Hayes, Laurie Koehn, Armintie Price, and Ketia Swanier.
Reality television personalities Evelyn Braxton â€œMs.Eâ€, Towanda Braxton, Evelyn Braxton, Trina Braxton and my homegirl Toya Wright. Our homie, CourtneyLuv reports that during the discussion the panel covered four major topics Leadership, Professionalism, Education and Personal Challenges. READ MORE