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Springfield Braiding Company

Springfield, MO — Springfield Braiding Company held its grand opening last month on December 1, 2019. The business, located at 219 E. Commercial St. in Springfield, MO, is quickly becoming a one-stop-shop for all-natural hair care and protective styling. Unite had the opportunity to sit down with the owner, Champale

Queen & Slim

The parade of good films continues and this poignant drama adds to the 2019 list.  In many ways, it is provocative but at the same time that is one of the ingredients that make for a good film.  While it pulls upon a number of themes including police brutality the

Red’s Giant Hamburg

Well, Blessed New Year to everyone and my hope is that it will be a great one for each of you.  Thanks for your support and prayers this past year. Our city as we should all know continued to grow in terms of the restaurant scene last year.  We continue

A Transition Specialist can help with finding a job

by Amber Donaldson, Unite Contributing Writer As your child with Autism makes the transition into the workforce, there are several places in town that can assist your family. The first resource is through the transition specialist at your child’s school. They will be the best resource for getting you headed

Secret to a Happy Marriage: Put Your Spouse First

By Mel Robbins | December 1, 2016 The E! reporter, Giuliana Rancic, said putting her husband first, and the baby second is the secret to her happy marriage. I couldn’t agree more. As you might suspect, a nuclear meltdown happened online as women who put their kids first came out

BANDSTAND The Musical

Thursday, December 12th at 7:30 p.m. – Juanita K. Hammons Hall for the Performing Arts Bandstand First National Tour – Photo by Jeremy Daniel From three-time Tony® winner and Hamilton choreographer, Andy Blankenbuehler, comes an inspiring new American musical that explodes with infectious music and high-octane, heart-stopping dancing. It’s 1945,

An Untold American Story

Springfield, MO— Tuesday, November 17th 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm at the Library Center, 4653 S Campbell Ave., watch “Foreigners in their Own Land (1565-1880)” from the landmark PBS documentary series “Latino Americans,” rated TV-PG+V+L.        After the screening, Dr. John Chuchiak, professor of Latin American History at Missouri State University,

Springfield NAACP recognizes five at 2019 Awards Banquet

Springfield Missouri – The Springfield Branch NAACP hosted its annual Freedom Fund and Awards Banquet, October 19th at the Oasis Hotel and Convention Center with nearly 200 guests in attendance. The event is the chapter’s annual fundraiser. While the banquet is used to support the local chapter, it also recognizes

Raising awareness and eliminating the stigma of Mental Health

By Tyra Knox Unite Contributing Writer Springfield, MO—May is Mental Health Month. I feel however, any month is a good month to learn more about an illness that cripples so many of us every day. Even though the ribbon color for Mental Health Awareness Month is green, mental illness comes

Protecting Your Assets With Revocable Trusts

By Sativa Boatman-Sloan Attorney At Law Springfield, MO— by Sativa Boatman-Sloan, Attorney at Law How do you avoid probate, yet put someone “in charge” of your assets upon death so they are distributed to members of your family, friends, and/or charities based on your wishes? Create a Trust! A revocable

Springfield Braiding Company

Springfield, MO — Springfield Braiding Company held its grand opening last month on December 1, 2019. The business, located at 219 E. Commercial St. in Springfield, MO, is quickly becoming a one-stop-shop for all-natural hair care and protective styling. Unite had the opportunity to sit down with the owner, Champale

Queen & Slim

The parade of good films continues and this poignant drama adds to the 2019 list.  In many ways, it is provocative but at the same time that is one of the ingredients that make for a good film.  While it pulls upon a number of themes including police brutality the

Red’s Giant Hamburg

Well, Blessed New Year to everyone and my hope is that it will be a great one for each of you.  Thanks for your support and prayers this past year. Our city as we should all know continued to grow in terms of the restaurant scene last year.  We continue

A Transition Specialist can help with finding a job

by Amber Donaldson, Unite Contributing Writer As your child with Autism makes the transition into the workforce, there are several places in town that can assist your family. The first resource is through the transition specialist at your child’s school. They will be the best resource for getting you headed

Secret to a Happy Marriage: Put Your Spouse First

By Mel Robbins | December 1, 2016 The E! reporter, Giuliana Rancic, said putting her husband first, and the baby second is the secret to her happy marriage. I couldn’t agree more. As you might suspect, a nuclear meltdown happened online as women who put their kids first came out

BANDSTAND The Musical

Thursday, December 12th at 7:30 p.m. – Juanita K. Hammons Hall for the Performing Arts Bandstand First National Tour – Photo by Jeremy Daniel From three-time Tony® winner and Hamilton choreographer, Andy Blankenbuehler, comes an inspiring new American musical that explodes with infectious music and high-octane, heart-stopping dancing. It’s 1945,

An Untold American Story

Springfield, MO— Tuesday, November 17th 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm at the Library Center, 4653 S Campbell Ave., watch “Foreigners in their Own Land (1565-1880)” from the landmark PBS documentary series “Latino Americans,” rated TV-PG+V+L.        After the screening, Dr. John Chuchiak, professor of Latin American History at Missouri State University,

Springfield NAACP recognizes five at 2019 Awards Banquet

Springfield Missouri – The Springfield Branch NAACP hosted its annual Freedom Fund and Awards Banquet, October 19th at the Oasis Hotel and Convention Center with nearly 200 guests in attendance. The event is the chapter’s annual fundraiser. While the banquet is used to support the local chapter, it also recognizes

Raising awareness and eliminating the stigma of Mental Health

By Tyra Knox Unite Contributing Writer Springfield, MO—May is Mental Health Month. I feel however, any month is a good month to learn more about an illness that cripples so many of us every day. Even though the ribbon color for Mental Health Awareness Month is green, mental illness comes

Protecting Your Assets With Revocable Trusts

By Sativa Boatman-Sloan Attorney At Law Springfield, MO— by Sativa Boatman-Sloan, Attorney at Law How do you avoid probate, yet put someone “in charge” of your assets upon death so they are distributed to members of your family, friends, and/or charities based on your wishes? Create a Trust! A revocable