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Sunsets Remembered | Atlanta celebrates life of fashion friend Matthew A. Weaver, Jr | Obituary

July 1, 2015

Atlanta celebrates life of fashion friend and icon … (Obituary clipped courtesy of friend Carlos Coleman)

Matthew Weaver a Virginia native and was no stranger in the fashion industry. In fact, whenever he was out on the town, most people wondered “who was that well-dressed man.” From the modern compliments of nice outfit to the modest of just a head nod, Matthew definitely knew how to stand out from the rest with his classic sense of style, sophistication, creative flair, and solid presence of what a gentleman should look like.

After graduating from college to become a teacher, Matthew quickly changed career paths and decided to follow his passion: fashion. He obtained his fashion niche in New York City over 20 years ago and migrated to Atlanta where he worked in a men’s store in Buckhead. Growing frustrated of the fashion market dictating what men should wear, Matthew focused his eyes toward custom wear prompting him to strike out and launch his own store called “Manstyles.”

Atlanta Celebration of Matthew A. Weaver
Tuesday, July 1, 2015
Willie A. Watkins Riverdale Chapel
6580 Church St.
Riverdale, GA 30274
6 PM – 8 PM

Matthew’s winning personality, signature style and desire to help people master the art of their individual style has given him an impressive clientele list. He has also styled for Bravo’s T.V. show “The Atlanta Housewives.” His current business is operating as The House of Styles and has introduced an exclusive Dress Shirt line called the “High Boy” due to its collar and cuff design. These pieces, as well as other tailored designs were available in Mr. Weaver’s signature line, “The Matthew Weaver Collection.”

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 Friends of Matthew A Weaver attend Atlanta Celebration before Virginia Services
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Hair She Buzz | UltraViolet Nail Lounge & Beauty Bar Celebrates Grand Opening | Owners, Shari Mhango and Nicole Garner Scott

June 28, 2015

Clipped from the buzz email …

There is an all new, upscale nail lounge and beauty bar located in the heart of College Park (located minutes from Hartsfield Airport).  UltraViolet is a full service, one-stop for all thing  beauty. Offering the following services: Acrylic, Gel, Natural Nail Care, SNS, Extensive Nail Art, Makeup, Brows, Waxing, Lash Extensions, and more. UltraViolet will also host your special event nail parties such as a bridal shower, baby showers, pretty princess parties or ladies night out in a private setting with catering and cocktails included. Simple and easy booking online or by phone any time of day is available for convenience.


Owners, Shari Mhango and Nicole Garner Scott, are childhood friends and grew up in the surrounding community of the business. Becoming besties over their shared love of tapping into their mother’s beauty products, they joined together to create the Cosmetic Circus LLC. With a mission of creating luxury beauty ventures in under-serviced communities,  they launch their first venture -UltraViolet Nail Lounge & Beauty Bar.

“We want to transform beauty and nail care by restoring a demand for true quality and exceptional service in salon sector and diversifying the ownership and worker demographics as well as directly impacting the community we serve by putting money back into them,” states Nicole Garner Scott (Co-Owner). will stop by the location soon and bring back the buzz behind the buzz.  Owners shared these images from the grand opening:

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Sunsets Remembered | Ebenezer Baptist Church set for Reginald Eaves public memorial June 26th

June 25, 2015

Sunsets Remembered — Ask any native of Atlanta to share a Jackson/Eaves moment and watch them flash back to a time when a black mecca was born. Convinced to move to Atlanta by Maynard Jackson, Reginald Eaves was the first Public Service Commissioner in the City of Atlanta [Black or White] and later served as a Fulton County Commissioner. After leaving public life, he became a prominent community activist in metropolitan Atlanta. Reginald Eaves died at the age of 81 in Jacksonville on Tuesday, June 9, 2015 — his life and story will be remembered at a public memorial.

DryerBuzz will cover the public memorial set for Friday, June 26, 2015 at 11:00 AM in the Horizon Sanctuary of Ebenezer Baptist Church, 450 Auburn Avenue, NE; Atlanta, GA 30312. Scheduled: Officiating the service will be Rev. Dr. Raphael G. Warnock, Senior Pastor of Ebenezer Baptist Church.  Rev. Jasper Williams, senior pastor of Salem Bible Church, Rev. Dr. Gerald Durley, pastor emeritus with Providence Baptist Church, and former Atlanta Mayor Shirley Franklin and others are among those scheduled to give tributes at the public commemorative service.  Fulton County Commissioner John H. Eaves (nephew of Reggie Eaves).  Morehouse College Glee Club.

Commissioner Reginald Eaves


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The Clippings | President Obama “health care is not a privilege for a few, but a right for all” | Remarks on SCOTUS ruling | Follow the Buzz

June 25, 2015

From the Rose Garden, President Barack Obama gave remarks on the Supreme Court’s #SCOTUS ruling on Affordable Care Act — “health care is not a privilege for a few, but a right for all.”  — see comments in context below.

11:34 A.M. EDT

THE PRESIDENT: Good morning, everybody. Have a seat. Five years ago, after nearly a century of talk, decades of trying, a year of bipartisan debate — we finally declared that in America, health care is not a privilege for a few, but a right for all.

Over those five years, as we’ve worked to implement the Affordable Care Act, there have been successes and setbacks. The setbacks I remember clearly. (Laughter.) But as the dust has settled, there can be no doubt that this law is working. It has changed, and in some cases saved, American lives. It set this country on a smarter, stronger course.

And today, after more than 50 votes in Congress to repeal or weaken this law; after a presidential election based in part on preserving or repealing this law; after multiple challenges to this law before the Supreme Court — the Affordable Care Act is here to stay.

This morning, the Court upheld a critical part of this law -– the part that’s made it easier for Americans to afford health insurance regardless of where you live. If the partisan challenge to this law had succeeded, millions of Americans would have had thousands of dollars’ worth of tax credits taken from them. For many, insurance would have become unaffordable again. Many would have become uninsured again. Ultimately, everyone’s premiums could have gone up. America would have gone backwards. And that’s not what we do. That’s not what America does. We move forward.

So today is a victory for hardworking Americans all across this country whose lives will continue to become more secure in a changing economy because of this law.

If you’re a parent, you can keep your kids on your plan until they turn 26 — something that has covered millions of young people so far. That’s because of this law.

If you’re a senior, or an American with a disability, this law gives you discounts on your prescriptions — something that has saved 9 million Americans an average of $1,600 so far.

If you’re a woman, you can’t be charged more than anybody else — even if you’ve had cancer, or your husband had heart disease, or just because you’re a woman. Your insurer has to offer free preventive services like mammograms. They can’t place annual or lifetime caps on your care because of this law.

Because of this law, and because of today’s decision, millions of Americans who I hear from every single day will continue to receive the tax credits that have given about eight in ten people who buy insurance on the new marketplaces the choice of a health care plan that costs less than $100 a month.

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Living Atlanta Style | Buzzed to Lunch with Cast of Haves and Have Nots and Love Thy Neighbor

June 24, 2015

Living Atlanta Style — Angela RobinsonCrystal Fox and Gavin Houston from “The Haves and the Have Nots” and Patrice LovelyKendra C. Johnson and Palmer Williams from “Love Thy Neighbor” brought the buzz behind the buzz to lunch at a press reception at Maggiano’s Little Italy in Buckhead, in preparation for season return of their respective shows.  From funny to mysterious to villainous, the OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network’s stars have been hard at work with two exciting new seasons.

After watching season sneak peek, the cast participated in a Q&A fielding questions from what it’s like doing to see surprises in upcoming scripts to enjoying great careers performing work of Tyler Perry. Crystal Fox remains a buzz favorite because we oh so love her on theatre stage, but Angela Robinson may be one to watch this season.

OWN’s “Love Thy Neighbor” moves to Friday nights at 9pm ET/PT beginning June 26, and “The Haves and the Have Nots,” kicks off Tuesday, June 30 with an explosive season premiere.


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The Clippings | Following Charleston Shooting Updates | Emanuel AME church | Various Sources

June 18, 2015

The Clippings — Following Charleston shooting at Emanuel AME church updates from various sources.

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Blogging: Don’t give away ALL your content for FREE – open a digital store – close the #WealthGap | 27 Answers

June 15, 2015

#GetMoneyMonday Don’t give away ALL your content for FREE – What are you selling? Offer full versions as digital products – open a store to sell digital downloads. Close the #Wealthgap

What I like about E-Junkie

E-Junkie doesn’t attempt to own or control your products.  They simply charge a monthly subscription for unlimited order processing with hosting and other options.  No need to worry about royalties or commission checks to come later — money you make is yours – and in the bank instantly.

What are you selling?

Don’t give away ALL your content for FREE.  Learn from newspapers.  Remember them. Cut blog posts, video, music and other content short.  Sell full versions online available via download.  If it don’t make money — it don’t make sense. Selling and becoming a store is monetizing at it’s best.  There’s no better way to get money online — sell your products and products of others via partnerships and consignment.  But first, just start selling.

Your Blog is your store

Like many services, e-junkie provides ordering and payment buttons to include in blog posts.  Limit blog posts to excerpts and offer full version either via download or subscription access.  Download works best as there are more readers who like to read offline than on your blog.  Offering digital downloads increases your influence as an expert — after all you’re getting paid for your work.

What makes great digital products:

  • Sell full version blog posts as digital newsletters
  • Sell full version podcasts into digital curriculum
  • Sell photos with your signature watermark removed
  • Sell chapters of upcoming books
  • Sell books (remember to also offer printed versions)
  • Sell webinars

Life Lesson: FREE – fully reimburse each expense.  Nothing in life is ever FREE says Yalanda P Lattimore, editor and author 27Answers to Create Buzz and #27Answers series.

Remember it don’t make sense if it don’t make money.  Dollars are better than likes.  There are more people who want to buy what you’re selling than want it for FREE.  Monetize — Get Money.

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June 11, 2015

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Buzz Travels | Follow the Buzz to Bermuda | BermudaBeachExperience #BBE2k15

June 10, 2015

Buzz Travels — Follow the buzz to #Bermuda with @bermybeachexp — October 8-11th!!! #BermudaBeachExperience 4 days and 3 nights pure bliss. Book now

Excited about invitation to travel as an #officialblogger.  We’ll have all the buzz from take off to turn up.  Stay tuned for updates as we countdown to #BermudaBeachExperience

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Buzz it or Bash it? Will changing image change perception of #dearblackpeople? | Listen to Soapbox Buzz

June 8, 2015

Buzz it or Bash it? — we added a new segment to #DryerBuzzonWAOK called the SoapBox Segment.  We allow a caller two minutes to start a great debate.  Flava King took the challenge and started a buzz with his soapbox calling out the everything from where churches bank to changing our image?  Do you agree? Listen then buzz it or bash it.


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