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Obama and Malia take on Broadway

Our beloved President Obaama looks great as he took his oldest daughter Malia on a daddy daughter date night on Broadway to see Price on Broadway. They both look so happy and glowing. Obama is giving us life. He’s like the guy you hate is gone and you wish he could stay around forever.

Take a look at the photos and video below:

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Thank You Obama and Biden Family!


Today is a day that I am at a lost for words. It is the last day we see our 44th President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden at the White House and handing over to the 45.

Thank you Barack Obama and Family as well as The Bidens for ALL you have did for our nation we salute you and wish you the BEST in your new chapters!

You have accomplished so much and made history. We appreciate you!

Here’s a little Obama tribute something *tears*

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President Obama Bet Love and Happiness

Last night Mr. President made the White House Black for the night as he hosted all your favorite entertainers and Hollywood actors in one setting for a night of celebration for the First Family!

We were there for it! He even spoke at his party which is always a win!

Catch some of our favorite moments below:


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TSU visits the White House

Tennessee State University’s Aristocrat of Bands was invited to Washington, D.C. to celebrate the opening of the National Museum of African American History and Culture.

The famed band performed on the lawn of the White House on Friday, Sept. 23, a day before the museum was to open on the National Mall.

“We are extremely proud that our band and university are a part of this historic event with President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama for the grand opening of the National Museum of African American History and Culture in our nation¹s capital,” said Tennessee State University President Glenda Glover, who attended the event. “This is a proud moment for TSU as we continue to build
on our great legacy. TSU’s Aristocrat of Bands is the first HBCU band to perform for this administration at the White House.”

Members of TSU’s Aristocrat of Bands outside White House. (submitted photo)
Dr. Reginald McDonald, director of University Bands, called the opportunity a “once in a lifetime chance.”

“A lot of people would never be able to say that they’ve had the opportunity to meet the President of the United States, let alone play on the White House lawn,” McDonald said. “This is tremendous.”

TSU has a number of items that will be part of opening exhibits at the museum, which has built a collection of about 40,000 artifacts. Several of the items are tied to legendary TSU Track and Field Coach Ed Temple, who died Thursday at the age of 89.

Glover said while the visit to the White House was exciting, it was also somewhat somber because of Temple’s death.

“This is a sad time as we mourn the loss of our beloved Coach Ed temple, who would have attended the event,” she said. “TSU has a number of sports-related items in the museum’s opening exhibits that are there because of the accomplishments of Temple at TSU
and the Olympics.”

Grant Winrow, TSU’s director of special projects, worked with Kelli Sharpe, assistant vice president for public relations and communications, to help the museum coordinate the display of the university items.

Winrow said the items, as well as the band’s performance, showcase TSU’s “excellence.”

“Now all the world can see what our great university has produced,” Winrow said.

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Essence: Obamas Pictorial



The October issue of Essence should be a sell out since it hits stands on SEPT 9TH and has our FAVORITE FIRST FAMILY ON THE COVER! WE LOVE THE OBAMAS!

In this issue they discuss, their life in the White House, the state of the nation and the legacy they hope to leave behind.

“…I can unequivocally say that America is better off now than we were when we came into office. By almost every economic measure, we’re better off,” President Obama said. “But having said that, we still have a lot of work to do.”

While the Obamas are hoping that their initiatives—My Brother’s Keeper, Let’s Move, Let Girls Learn, to name a few—will live on, the couple hopes to hold onto the memories that they’ve made during their eights years in DC.

“The memories that last ultimately aren’t the family memories,” President Obama said. Some of my fondest memories of the White House are just being with the girls on a summer night and walking the dogs around the South Lawn, talking and listening to them, trying to get Bo to move because sometimes it’s hot.”

While the Obamas have undoubtedly brought a refreshing change to the White House—and politics in general—Mrs. Obama says that she hopes their visibility will continue to inspire Black boys and girls. GET MORE DETAILS HERE

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