Kelley D. Evans
Specializing in healthcare and sports, Kelley has reported on a wide range of subjects for more than 13 years. She is a sports reporter/beat writer at the historical Memphis Tri-State Defender. As a member of the Tri-State team Kell...
The bond between a father and a daughter is unbreakable — even when it’s not one forged at birth. It’s seems like only a minute since NBA forward Serge Ibaka learned he had a daughter. Now, he and 11-year-old Ranie are living in Orlando, Florida, and celebrating their first Father’s Day. But, Ibaka says, it’s a celebration with a learning curve here in the United States.
Mother, NBA wife and Food Network personality Ayesha Curry says she wants her kitchen to be a relaxed environment. “It doesn’t need to be stuffy. I want to make it fun. I like to pour a little glass of wine, my husband will turn the music on — making it an event,” she said with a laugh. She and her husband Stephen Curry, the two-time NBA MVP, have welcomed the world into their kitchen and their lifestyle.
Marcus Henderson has an acting portfolio that goes back as far as 2007. His most memorable roles are as Big Sid in the Quentin Tarantino film Django Unchained (starring with Jamie Foxx and Kerry Washington) and Walter in Jordan Peele’s new race-provoking horror/comedy Get Out. He just recently was a co-star in the Urban Movie Channel’s feature film Halfway, alongside Quinton Aaron of The Blind Side, which premiered on April 12.
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