The great conductor Arturo Toscanini said her voice was one heard only “once in a hundred years.”
President Barack Obama's “My Brother’s Keeper” initiative for young men of color is promising.
Poignant and insightful vignettes reminded me of the ones that used to appear in Black publications “back in the day,” particularly the Pittsburgh Courier and the Chicago Defender; many of them containing the wisdom of J.A Rogers, the eminent historian and anthropologist who rarely has received his due
Of concern at the moment former rock and roll musician Ted Nugent, who called the president a “subhuman mongrel.”
On Tuesday evening, I came home to learn that Lumumba was dead. I wondered if his death was related to the sickness.
Ted Nugent’s comments that President Barack Obama is a “subhuman mongrel” and his subsequent so-called apology, which accused Obama of being a “violator of the Constitution,” is totally disrespectful
With the current Winter Olympics in Sochi underway, particularly with speed skater and two-time gold medalist Shani Davis—the one Black participant of note no longer a medal contender—I thought of Debi Thomas.
To paraphrase an old economic saying: If the mainstream media sneezes, the Black media comes down with pneumonia.
A profile on Eubie Blake during Black History Month is more than appropriate since he was born and made his transition in February. Blake was a phenomenal pianist and an acclaimed composer and lyricist who, in the twilight of his life, was fond of saying that if had known he was going to live to be 100 years old, he would have taken better care of himself.
For many regular listeners at WBLS and WLIB, it comes as no surprise that Emmis Communications is now the official owner of WBLS/WLIB, having purchased it from YMF Media for $131 million.