search.noResults

search.searching

dataCollection.invalidEmail
note.createNoteMessage

search.noResults

search.searching

orderForm.title

orderForm.productCode
orderForm.description
orderForm.quantity
orderForm.itemPrice
orderForm.price
orderForm.totalPrice
orderForm.deliveryDetails.billingAddress
orderForm.deliveryDetails.deliveryAddress
orderForm.noItems
Priceless Vol 13 Number 3


Personal and Professional Empowerment www.hamptonroadsmessenger.com


New Miniseries Screening with Victoria Rowell at Hampton University


Chesapeake Men for Progress Scholarship Gala


Page 6


Hero Posters Displayed as Beach Moves Ahead with Cultural Center


Page 2


Free December 2018


Serving Norfolk, Portsmouth, Chesapeake, Hampton, Newport News, Suffolk, and Virginia Beach since 2006 New


Norfolk State University Homecoming 2018


Page 8


Canaan’s Builders Bringing African Performers to America


AACCVB cofounder & board of directors, community leaders, Mayor Dyer and council members pose after approval of the Deed Transfer and Title. Photo courtesy of AACCVB


SPECIAL TO THE HAMPTON ROADS MESSENGER VIRGINIA BEACH,


VA — On Nov. 20, 2018, Virginia Beach City Council approved the Deed Transfer and Title of the property at 704 Hampshire Way for an African American Cultural Center. This holiday season, one can view the new public art installation, "Community Heroes." The City of Virginia Beach Office of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the African American Cultural Center of Virginia Beach present this interactive exhibition featuring portraits of 17 African American Heroes from Virginia Beach. Posters will be displayed across Hampton Roads in guerrilla art style -- on the walls of local businesses, libraries, schools and other select locations. The expansive poster


exhibit is meant to catch people unexpectedly in the course of their day-to-day routines, but


there is also a map highlighting the poster locations that the public can use to locate all 17 heroes. When you find a poster, you can scan its QR code with your smartphone to get more information on the hero, plus information about the artists. The community heroes include educators, community advocates, war heroes, actors and more. Dr.


Ross-Hammond,


SPECIAL TO THE HAMPTON ROADS MESSENGER Twenty-five young men and women


from Southern and Central Africa are headlining a series of concerts, entitled “I Hear Music in the Air.” The concerts will be held in five cities in the United States. The first stop for these young performers will be at Temple Beth El in Suffolk, VA. The other four cities are Atlanta, New York City, Detroit and Philadelphia. “I Hear Music in the Air” is being


presented by Canaan’s Builders. Canaan is the ancient region lying between the Dead Sea, the Jordan River, and the Mediterranean Sea. These young adults will be performing traditional African dancing and singing a


Amelia former


Virginia Beach Council member and cofounder of the African American Cultural Center of Virginia Beach (AACCVB), is one of the portrait subjects, and she believes this project "will create excitement about the forthcoming African American Cultural Center of Virginia Beach while educating the public on some of our local heroes." The AACCVB will


CULTURAL CENTER PAGE 4


Health Editorial Education


This Edition’s Highlights 11


The Vegan Food Pyramid Is There a New Reason for the Season?


Hampton Roads Upcoming Events Scholarships Watch


Governor Launches Application for Fellows Nominate for Portsmouth’s First Citizen Enrollfest and Job Fair in Hampton Dell Scholars Program


4


14 13 11 14


Paula Boyd, State Farm Agent, 757-826-2412 You've probably figured out that the


world of car insurance is - well, let's just say it's complex. When you apply for insurance, a company is going to look at many factors.


Type of Car: Generally, the more


expensive the car, the more you pay for car insurance.


Location: Because of the higher frequency


of issues like theft, accidents, and vandalism, urban drivers may pay more than those in rural areas.


Paid Advertisement


Car Insurance Costs and Money-Saving Tips


How Much the Car is Driven: People


who drive a lot for work or commute a long distance usually pay more than those who drive less.


Age, Sex, and Marital Status: Accident


rates are generally higher for drivers under 25, especially men, which often means higher insurance prices. Married drivers may pay less.


Driving Record: Drivers with poor


driving records usually pay more for insurance than people who have been accident-free for several years.


Coverages: Insurance policies consist


of a variety of coverages. Generally, the more coverage you buy, the higher the cost.


Credit History: Certain credit


information has been shown to be a very effective predictor of future insurance claims. In most states, credit information is one factor used to determine the cost of your car insurance. Maintaining good credit may save you money on your car insurance.


Deductible: A deductible is the part of a loss that you've agreed to pay with your


CAR INSURANCE PAGE 6


cappella melodies which pay homage to African heritage and tell the history of Africa. “It is not often in a lifetime that you have


an opportunity to wipe out thousands of miles in distance in such a significant and spiritually uplifting way. ‘I Hear Music in the Air' is destined to do that," said Elder Eric Miller, Lead Concert Organizer from Temple Beth El. “In that way when these young people take the stage, the universal language of music will transcend distance, language and culture. All of Hampton Roads should be here to witness it,” Miller added. While in the U.S., the singers will be visiting the tabernacles in each of the five


AFRICAN PERFORMERS PAGE 4


Page 1  |  Page 2  |  Page 3  |  Page 4  |  Page 5  |  Page 6  |  Page 7  |  Page 8  |  Page 9  |  Page 10  |  Page 11  |  Page 12  |  Page 13  |  Page 14  |  Page 15  |  Page 16