November 2, 2021

Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez ‘bumped into’ his ex Jennifer Garner while trick-or-treating with their kids in private Malibu colony

The kids may have enjoyed all the candy and sweet treats they could handle. But Ben Affleck had himself a Jennifer sandwich. The 49-year-old actor was joined by girlfriend Jennifer Lopez as they ‘bumped into’ his ex-wife Jennifer Garner while trick-or-treating with their kids in a private, gated Malibu colony on Sunday evening. Ben and 52-year-old J-Lo were pictured with his nine-year-old son Samuel and her 13-year-old son Maximilian as they galivanted around what appeared to be a private Halloween event in the celeb-favorite community.  It also remains unclear if the other children were present as Ben shares daughters Violet, 15, and Seraphina, 12, with Garner […]
November 1, 2021

Meghan Markle has the ‘determination and drive’ to run for president and will ‘do good things’ in the White House, says estranged brother Thomas

The estranged half-brother of Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, wouldn’t be surprised if she ran for President of the United States one day. The American former actress, 40, who became a member of the British Royal Family when she married Prince Harry in 2018, has made no secret of her progressive politics since her move to California last year. Thomas Markle Jr, who has the same father as Meghan but hasn’t spoken to her in a decade, told Australia’s New Idea magazine his ambitious sister could certainly make a move for the White House in the future. ‘She obviously has that personality and that determination and drive… it wouldn’t […]
November 1, 2021

Beautiful in blue! Kate Middleton cements her eco-credentials in 18-month old Eponine coat dress and £425 Rupert Sanderson heels she’s worn at least 12 times at COP26 reception

About Farrah Gray  Kate Middleton attended the reception at Cop26 in Glasgow tonight in custom £2,400 Eponine coat She added her favourite £425 heels from fellow British designer Rupert Sanderson she’s worn 12 times before Duchess of Cambridge was joined by her husband Prince William, Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall She has previously been spotted in similar styles from the London-based brand but not seen publicly before in this coat The Duchess of Cambridge showcased the best of British fashion with her elegant choice of dress at tonight’s Earthshot reception at COP26. The royal, 39, stepped out in a coat dress from London-based […]
February 27, 2019


By Farrah Gray A question I am often asked by my friends and associates generally concerns whether they or a friend should consider striking out on their own in business. I do not believe that there is one person who can honestly say that they have not thought about what it would be like to be in business for themselves. Many people dream about being masters of their own destinies and captains of their own ship. However, far fewer of us take this Sunday afternoon wishful thinking beyond just that; wishful thinking. This is probably a good thing given the […]
February 27, 2019


By Farrah Gray On April 4, 1968, Dr. Martin Luther King was a Baptist minister, Nobel Peace Prize winner and pivotal civil rights hero, husband, father and friend who was assassinated at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee. Reflecting on the 40th anniversary of the tragic assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the question to ask is whether or not his legacy is still alive and in living color with a person who has a permanent suntan being the Democratic front-runner for the Presidency of the United States of America. As we reminiscence about the martyred Dr. King’s historic […]
February 26, 2019


By Farrah Gray An entrepreneurial mindset is re-emerging in Black America.  New-breed entrepreneurs are no longer obsessed with lack of opportunities, but with creatively creating their future out of nothing into something. Necessity is the mother of invention! Becoming self-made gives you a fighting chance. If it is your dream to become successful, achieve financial independence, earn a lot of money and become a millionaire in five years. My advice? Become an entrepreneur. History is full of entrepreneurs who saw a need, met it and made a fortune in the process. More than half of the world’s self-made millionaires are […]
February 26, 2019


By Farrah Gray Whatever your profession – you will never be able to stand idle or underutilized. Dynamism is the new catchword and anyone who deals with the problem of constant upward mobility needs requires being ‘fit’ to keep up. It isn’t enough to be merely `good’ at one’s work, field, or trade; one requires excelling to make the difference. To do so, one has to be totally up to date with the latest that is happening in one’s chosen field. The biggest issue facing the people today – it is immaterial what your discipline happens to be or how […]
February 26, 2019


By Farrah Gray You read in the newspapers, you see on the news broadcast, you hear on the radio that Congress was considering amnesty for millions of illegal foreign workers. I began to wonder how many of us can read the faces, see on the news or hear on talk radio shows Black Americans that have lost their jobs or could not get jobs due conditions created by those being considered for amnesty. In the context of tremendous change in the economy and labor market, many people are deciding that self-employment is the right choice for them. People work for […]
February 26, 2019


By Farrah Gray The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., was 36 years old when he preached “The American Dream” sermon as Co-Pastor of Ebenezer Baptist Church on Sunday, July 4, 1965. “You can get so busy in life that you forget holidays and other days, and it had slipped my mind altogether that today was the Fourth of July. And I said to him, “It is coincidental and quite significant, and I think when I get to Atlanta and go to my pulpit, I will try to preach a sermon in the spirit of the founding fathers of our […]
February 26, 2019

Success Has You Written All Over It

By Farrah Gray Are you a butcher, baker or a candle stick maker?  Your ideas at first may not appear to you as “big” ideas that can go to market. A young man living and working near a college campus could see the opportunity wanting to open a small chicken wing restaurant. What is great about his idea? He was selling “the sizzle” and not “the steak” with 18 different hot sauces flavors to choose from kept the college students coming back for more. When I arrived in Jackson, Mississippi for our meeting and taste test I was convinced along […]