This month the Fruit of Increase Ministries honored community people at their Prayer Summit. Bishop Lamar Williams was keynote speaker.
Alelia Murphy was born July 6, 1905. She is the last living of 12 siblings. Her immediate family consists of two children, Frederick and Rose; three granddaughters, Annette, Nefer and Crystal; and six talented great-grandchildren, Dawayad, Taquan, Heru-Ahkety, Saut, Seba ...
“He came with game,” media master Imhotep Gary Byrd began in his eulogy of Vaughn Harper Saturday afternoon at Riverside Church.
Tuesday, a group of people involved in making a documentary on the history of the Apollo Theater were discussing various people to be contacted for the project.
Vaughn Harper’s mellifluous voice that matched the melodious music he dispensed was a staple on WBLS radio for years.
By Dr. D. L. Waters
Legendary DJ Vaughn Harper, host of radio show “Quiet Storm” has died.
National war hero and New York City educator Dr. Roscoe C. Brown, Jr. has died.
Gerard Woodley, 46, was shot and killed at approximately 11:17 p.m., Thursday, June 23, in front of his Harlem home at 106 W. 139th St., near Malcolm X Blvd.
Summer is normally filled with laughter, fun and sunny days. However, for the local residents of Charleston, S.C., this year’s month of June marks the one-year anniversary of the massacre of nine people at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church.
Just two days after the 45th anniversary of when Afeni Shakur gave birth to her son, Tupac Amaru Shakur, in Harlem, many of her relatives, Black Panther Party comrades and other friends paid homage to her legacy during a memorial ...
On Wednesday, Rev. Dr. Demetrius Carolina, Pastor of First Central Baptist Church in Staten Island called for a noon prayer vigil.
In search of the ancestral, whether physically or spiritually, was a mission that consumed the being of Stephanie Alston-Nero.
If the funeral services for Muhammad Ali last Friday in Louisville, Ky., seemed interminably long,
The last of the greatest heroes passed away June 3, 2016, in Scottsdale, Ariz., because of respiratory problems and septic shock.