I walked into my favorite cigar store to purchase cigars. When I walked into the humidor, there were two staff members inventorying and stacking product.
I immediately spoke up and said, "looks like you got some free samples." One staff guy asked me what do I like? I said 'Maduros.' He walked over to a shelf picked up a cigar and said, 'what about this?' I said thanks, then glanced at the price.
I knew Tim Adams before I met Tim Adams. My oldest brother, George Robinson Jr., and Tim Adams met when both were students at Bethune Cookman College back in the early sixties. They became friends way back then and George would talk about him sometimes.
Years later, after I graduated college and moved to Orlando I heard about Tim because of his high profile generated by his political and social activities. I was talking to George and mentioned Tim's activism and we talked for a few minutes about Tim. I knew Tim before I met Tim.
By Lawrence A Robinson A few days ago, we asked members of Build Black Daily, this question. What is the hardest part for you when dealing with clients? In other words, what one thing bugs the hell out of you? And if I had a magic wand and could make it go *poof* --- what would that do for you and the projects you work on? Over 42% of the members that responded had the same concern. We picked statements from two of those members.
By Lawrence A Robinson In 2019 Russell Drake ran for the office of President of the Democratic Black Caucus of Florida. Political shenanigans ensued of such a serious nature, that lawyers got involved and the election was postponed and never rescheduled.
Mr. Drake knows that organizing Black owned businesses and then encouraging the Black community to support those businesses is the mission, with or without the Democratic Black Caucus.
by Lawrence A Robinson George Oliver, candidate for Ocoee Commissioner of District 4, points out a few significant weaknesses of the Ocoee City Government. Oliver offer's ideas for change to improve qualify of life in his beloved city.
The comments were made during a campaign stop at a local barber shop. George Oliver is the incumbent commissioner who has had heated discussions with the City Mayor during public attended, city council meetings.