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NEWS92FM.com: Reginald Adams is an artist known for his brilliantly colored tile mosaic and painted murals and sculptures which are found in some of Houston’s most historic and undeserved neighborhoods, but the artwork is created for more that one purpose. “Our mission is to use art and creativity as a tool for educational enrichment, social […]

Whitney Houston’s unfortunate passing over the weekend shocked the world, with many still struggling to process the loss. Recognized by the Recording Industry Association of America as the top-selling female artist of the 20th century, Houston deserves every accolade and kind word showered upon her in the scant days since her death. That is why […]

The dictionary definition of a diva is “a highly distinguished female singer.” There are few women in our time who have been so distinguished as female singers that there have been entire shows (VH1’s Divas Live) and songs (Beyonce’s “Diva“) dedicated to showcasing talent. The ultimate diva over time has become more than just “a highly distinguished female singer.” […]

Through 26 years of rumors, speculations and tabloid scandals Oprah Winfrey and Stedman Graham’s non-traditional relationship has stood the test of time. Winfrey and Graham, CEO and founder of S. Graham & Associates, began dating in 1986 after ending her then relationship with Reginald Chevalier. In spite of the gossip and rumors of separation, Oprah […]

Not many couples have a book written about their love’s journey. Angela Bassett and Courtney B. Vance wrote Friends: A Love Story based on their relationship’s metamorphosis from friendship into the beautiful 15 year marriage that it is now. The couple met at the Yale School of Drama and on an appearance on Oprah, Angela […]

A full century-and-a-half before President Barack Obama began mesmerizing the country with his moving oratory, another Black man gave what some call his greatest speech.

WOW! Happy Tuesday Saints! As I looked through Headlines today, this jumped right out at me! Remember where you were during the “O.J Chase”… Remember the trial? Hard to believe that this took place 16 years ago right. Well O.J still making headlines despite being in prison. This time..HIS Acquittal Attire!!!! Yes The Outfit he […]

VIA:  SmokeyRobinson.Com The dictionary defines the popular term “comfort food” as “food prepared in a traditional style having a usually nostalgic or sentimental appeal.” It has been known to have a buffering effect as it soothes the soul and spurs memories of more “comforting” times. If that concept holds up in the kitchen, then it […]

VIA:  AltheaGibson.Com Born August 25, 1927 in Silver, SC, A right-hander, grew up in Harlem. Her family was poor, but she was fortunate in coming to the attention of Dr. Walter Johnson, a Lynchburg VA physician who was active in the black tennis community. He became her patron as he would later for Arthur Ashe, […]

Washington, D.C., native Taraji P. Henson didn’t always know that her smoldering charisma and beautiful face would make her a professional actress. On the contrary, she originally studied electrical engineering when she enrolled at North Carolina Agric & Tech. She later transferred to Howard University, where she attended classes while working as a secretary at […]