ATLANTA – The world-famous Harlem Globetrotters, who are preparing to enter their 93rd season of entertaining fans around the world, unveiled its 10-player rookie class for 2019, which includes a Minneapolis native.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – AARP is launching “Sisters from AARP,” a new digital newsletter celebrating Gen-X and Baby Boomer African-American women.
Charles Garjay Goah, a beloved Liberian-American pastor who delivered the gospel to many as the longtime pastor of United Christian Fellowship Church in Minneapolis’ Northside, died on May 10. He was 55.
One person can change the conversation, Robin Hickman is proof of that. She believes in the healing power of listening to those fighting to create space and care in our communities as she works across barriers to change conversations.
“‘The Green Book,’ with its list of hotels, boarding houses, restaurants, beauty shops, barber shops and various other services can most certainly help solve your travel problems … It was the idea of Victor H. Green, the publisher, in introducing ‘The Green Book,’ to save the travelers of hi…
It is very rare that anyone can commit to something for 50 years, but Oct. 13 – Oct. 16, the Rev. Vernell Thomas and First Lady Loretta Thomas will celebrate 50 years of ministry at Greater St. Paul Church of God in Christ, 4001 4thAve. S. in Minneapolis.
The organic food trend has exploded in popularity within the last 10 years, and the industry has grown exponentially. Organic food sales have increased from $1 billion in 1996 to $26 billion in 2016. The belief is that organic food, (foods free of additives, chemical pesticides, and grown in…
Born the 19th of 21 children, Hunter describes how he made it despite overwhelming odds. The book chronicles his troubled life of poverty, neglect, dysfunction and deaths. Hunter tells what it was like growing up in the shadows of a famous, yet detached mother whose affections were focused o…
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- DeShun ‘Springs’ Patterson joins the Globetrotters
- Buffalo soldier, 98, recalls racial progress, setbacks
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- Help is available to navigate Medicare enrollment changes
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- Obie Award-winning playwright: Ntozake Shange dies at 70
- Republicans change the script and now support Obamacare
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"Grind" by L.A. Trello and Tez Smiff. This song and video were produced through the Best Buy Teen Tech Center at Hope Community, a Phillips neighborhood resource center. Best Buy has partnered with Hope and other centers throughout the nation to provide technology access to those who may oth…