Insight News

Friday
Oct 24th

Lifestyle

Truth or consequences

When two people come together an invisible emotional bridge is created. This emotional bridge represents the feelings that they have for each other, and these feelings create the relationship and are supported by the words and actions that work for the good of both people involved. Relationships are built on truth. These truths establish trust and become the foundational building blocks for the bond. These truths also build the trust necessary for a long term relationship and the stronger the truths, the stronger the relationships.
Read more...
 

Where did Black radio go?

"Historically, Black radio ... fulfilled all functions Black people needed ... but now it's time to take a serious look and right the wrong of the mess we call Black radio today," says Dr. Todd Steven Burroughs, a lecturer in the Communication Studies Department at Morgan State University. Burroughs is demanding that the Federal Communications Commission investigate and intervene in the matter, saying "Black communities once again have been given symbolism instead of substance" and, that "back in the day, African-American DJs not only provided the community with the latest news and information, they played records of Black artists that served as the soundtracks of Black empowerment."
Read more...

First Friday presents a party with a purpose; hopes to collect 300 new toys for area children

First Friday Twin Cities is hoping its partygoers are in the giving mood come Dec. 7.
Read more...

CAPRI BIG BAND PLAYS HOLIDAY CONCERT

CAPRI BIG BAND PLAYS HOLIDAY CONCERT~ Enjoy jazzy holiday music along with some of band's favorite standards ~
Read more...

Dr. West, this time you went too far

Dr. West, this time you went too farDr. West, there’s a line in social discourse and critique and you, sir, have crossed it.
Read more...

Family: what does it mean?

Last week, people from all walks of life traveled near and far to enjoy a day of thanks with their family and friends. AAA projects 43.6 million Americans journeyed 50 miles or more from home during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. What is a family? Why are they important? Although the dictionary defines "family" as any group of persons closely related by blood, as parents, children, uncles, aunts, and cousins, we know first hand that the family construct is more that that. Family is the basic building blocks for communities, and it is a big part of the American culture. This family phenomenon is noteworthy and worth us taking a look at its basic foundation and development.
Read more...

Natural Hair Symposium: learning, embracing


Natural Hair Symposium: learning, embracing
Lynnea Doublette did not set out to take over the natural hair world in Minneapolis, but rather to fill a void that had yet to be explored.
Read more...
Page 36 of 80

Recent Comments

Powered by Disqus



Facebook Twitter RSS Image Map

Latest show

  • October 14, 2014
    Demetrius Pendleton, Clyde Bellecourt, David Glass, Henry Wusha, Joey Brenner, Spike Moss and Tyrone Terrill.

Business & Community Service Network