by Kam Williams 5-Time Winner Gracious Enough to Chat & Take Photo with a Couple of Big Fans Like clockwork, every Tuesday evening, my wife and I watch Jeopardy on TV before rushing out of the house to play trivia in the weekly contest staged at Princeton’s Ivy Inn. But because the reigning champ,…
By Harry Colbert, Jr. Managing Editor @HarryColbertJr – The Twin Cities entertainment community continues to mourn the loss of business and entertainment pioneer, Arnellia Allen.
Sayles Belton, Page also excellent candidates By Harry Colbert, Jr., Managing Editor, @HarryColbertJr Minnesota deserves Rep. Keith Ellison be appointed the state’s next senator. While there are several names being bantered about, Ellison (DFL-5th Dist.), is the best choice to serve in the U.S. Senate, filling the seat soon to be vacated by Sen….
Mayor-Elect Carter begins push to reimagine St. Paul government with inclusive, community-driven hiring effort
Mayor-elect Melvin Carter launched a new community hiring effort to attract diverse talent to St. Paul city government.
The mother of Philando Castile is determined to keep a positive light on her son’s legacy By Harry Colbert, Jr., Managing Editor Most of us spent last week surrounded by the love of family and friends, recounting the many reasons for which we are thankful … most of us. Valerie Castile was among family and…
Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) will host a public forum next Friday (Nov. 10) to highlight resources that can help minority-owned small businesses that are looking to expand. The event will be held at the Urban League in Minneapolis, 2100 Plymouth Ave. N., Minneapolis, and is free and open to the public.