Tuskegee Sweeps Double-Header From Morehouse

“We were focused today,” Reginald Hollins, the first year coach at Tuskegee University said following his team’s sweep of a double-hitter over long time rival Morehouse College on Sunday. Hollins was more upbeat than he was on Saturday after his team dropped a hard fought game 3-2 on a throwing error in the eighth inning of that game. read more

Morehouse Defeats Tuskegee 3-2 In Pitching Duel

The Morehouse College Maroon Tigers defeated Tuskegee University Golden Tigers 3-2 on Saturday. Tuskegee entered the game ranked number six in the HBCU Baseball Poll for the small school division. Tuskegee drops to 11-11 on the year, while Morehouse improved its record to 5-13.

The game was marred by poor defensive play by each team. But showcased outstanding pitching from both pitching staffs. read more

Meet The Editorial Board At Cascade Publishing

Cascade Publishing House is pleased to introduce its editorial board. We are a three person board. In addition to this writer, the members of the editorial board are Cynthia M. Harvey and Patricia Marsh. You can say that Cascade Publishing House is a family affair. Cynthia and I have been married for 35 years and Patricia has been married to Cynthia’s brother for the past 37 years. read more

Cascade Publishing House, Now A Home For New Writers

At Cascade Publishing House, we are in the business of writing and publishing. We cater to the first time author, who always wanted to write a book, but did not know how to get into print with a professional high quality book. At Cascade Publishing House, we pride ourselves on making dreams come true, expertly and professionally. You can trust your manuscript to us. We will read it with care, listening for your voice and will help you bring that voice to your audience. Initially, Cascade Publishing House was intended to be the vehicle that published my literary works. In 2010 we published my legal thriller Paper Puzzle and in 2015 we published a nonfiction book, Justice in the Round, which was inspired by the turmoil in the streets of America as a result of unarmed Black men and women being gunned down by police officers. Last year, December 2016, Cascade Publishing House, published Easier to Obtain than to Maintain, by Charles Steele, Jr. In this book Steele, the President and Chief Executive Office of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference lay out his plan for the globalization of civil rights. In April 2017, we will release an inspirational book by a first time author, Rodney Battle, entitled Life and Relationships: Something to Think About. In it Mr. Battle gives his readers a lot to think about when it comes to forming intimate relationships. Mr. Battle had wanted to be a writer since the early 1980s when he was in junior high school. Next month he will get to hold his book in his hands and go on speaking tours inspiring people to have better relations. Later this year we will release an inspirational book on faith by Valinda Johnson, a native of Montgomery, Alabama. Mrs. Johnson’s book will explore what it means to live a meaningful life centered on faith. Also, slated for release in 2017 is Big Bend: Where the Tide Bends around Tuscaloosa by Ruby Simon. Mrs. Simon is a native of Tuscaloosa, Alabama and has penned a wonderful book on the rich cultural history of the Big Bend community, which is one of the Black sections of Tuscaloosa, Alabama. I hope you will join us in supporting these new authors who are redefining what it means to live in America in the 21st century. Also, we at Cascade Publishing House, welcome a chance to turn your dream manuscript into reality.

Harold Michael Harvey is an American novelist and essayist, the author of Paper puzzle and Justice in the Round, Easier to obtain Than to Maintain: The Globalization of Civil Rights by Charles Steele, Jr.; and the host of Beyond the Law with Harold Michael Harvey. He can be contacted at haroldmichaelharvey.com. read more

Fake Prez Throws Media A Curveball

It was a good pitch, a curveball on the outer half of home plate. The “Fake Prez” threw it at the right time. The media buckled their collective knees and could not muster a swing.

The curveball followed a series of fastballs thrown with the velocity of Aroldis Chapman, but with a total disregard for the strike zone. Early in the count it was as if he was trying not to throw strikes. read more