Category : News

9 months ago

TSU Graduate Steadfast in Profession

By Clint Confehr TAMPA, FL — Count this Tennessee State University graduate as a happy man now. He’s still doing what he wants. “I always knew I wanted to be an architect,” Jerel McCants says at his East 7th Avenue office in Ybor City, an historic pa...

9 months ago

Starbucks CEO Has Admitted She Doesn’t Like White People

Starbucks is one of those places that is so pretentious that even if that was the only thing off about them there wouldn’t be a whole lot of people that would admit to drinking their coffee. The second thing is that their views are pretty much backwa...

9 months ago

2019 Homecoming Kicks Off With Robert N. Murrell Oratorical Contest

By Lucas Johnson NASHVILLE, TN (TSU News Service) — Tennessee State University kicked off this year’s Homecoming with the 32nd annual Robert N. Murrell Oratorical Contest on Sunday. The event, which was free and open to the public, was held in the Fl...

9 months ago

Forgiveness

By Thomas Sheffield I forgive my mother for making me wear uncomfortable shoes. I forgive my father for punishing me for something I did not do.  I forgive my brother hitting me with a snowball when I wasn’t looking. I forgive my wife for elbowing me...

9 months ago

Soufriere Resident Injured In Chopping Incident

A Soufriere resident’s hand  was almost severed in a chopping incident Monday, emergency officials have reported. According to information, the 25 year old male was found walking along the Soufriere-Castries Highway about 8:19 am. An emergency...

9 months ago

Ahmad Jamal Makes Schermerhorn Appearance

By Tribune staff One of the finest pianists and small group leaders in jazz history comes to Nashville this weekend. The great Ahmad Jamal brings his group to Schermerhorn Symphony Hall Friday night October 18 for his first local appearance in recent...

9 months ago

Talking Blues Music With a Message

By Clare Bratten NASHVILLE, TN — Dan Bern’s early heroes were people like Bob Dylan and Woody Guthrie – the songs that were a bit of poetry, a bit of political criticism and sometimes humor. He performed songs that were both musically satisfying and...

9 months ago

CNN Posts Worst Ratings Yet: Dem Debates Doomed

The following article, CNN Posts Worst Ratings Yet: Dem Debates Doomed, was first published on The Black Sphere. Americans are tired of the absurdities on the left. And they’re tuning out to prove it. In fact, CNN just hosted the latest round o...

9 months ago

Solidarity never? The fight for WBAI

Milton Allimadi, Ugandan American editor of NYC-based Black Star News, protests the takeover of WBAI by a minority of the Pacifica National Board. WBAI is one of five stations in the Pacifica Radio Network. by Ann Garrison WBAI is a listener...

9 months ago

Dallas Police charging Errol Spence, Jr. with a misdemeanor DWI

The good news is Errol Spence, Jr. survived an unbelievable single-car accident, with the car flipping several times. The bad news is the Dallas Police Department on Wednesday announced plans to charge him with driving while intoxicated (DWI), a clas...