Identity theft: Tameka ‘Tiny’ Harris, a victim of Internet trolls

  Reality TV star Tameka Harris, aka Tiny, is apparently a target of Internet trolls. In Harris’ case, the trolls have stolen her identity and created a fake profile on Facebook. The mother of seven


Tux & Chucks’ fundraiser honors 3 nonprofits in the Motor City: Meet The Yunion

Tux & Chucks is an event where style and innovation meet. Year after year, this Detroit-based event gets bigger and better. The sixth annual Tux & Chucks fundraiser, held at The Sound Board, is surely going down


Ruben Harris’ ‘Breaking Into Startups’ amplifies voices of new normal in tech

Ruben Harris has completed step one for a successful startup: filling a void. The young progressive and critical thinker knew when he left his Atlanta hometown, that “in the future, every industry would be driven
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Best spaces for entrepreneurs to work on their biz

You made the jump to entrepreneurship and now all you want to do is work on your business. But where do you go? Before you open your laptop on your bed and just start working
Draven McGill, 17, was one of the fire's youngest victims.

Faces of the victims of deadly Oakland warehouse fire

The death toll at the deadly Oakland Ghost Ship fire has risen to 33 as of press time. The Oakland Ghost Ship and Sutya Yuga Art Collective, which had been converted to makeshift art studios


Baltimore teacher beats 7-year-old boy and breaks his jaw, knocks out teeth

Baltimore teacher Timothy Korr could spend the next 85 years of his life behind bars for beating 7-year-old Trayvon Grayson. According to reports by WJZ, the incident took place at City Springs Elementary. Korr, 25,
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Author Shunda Brown inspires goalsetters with Scripture-based segments

  Shunda Brown, a proud mother of two adult children and “Grammy” of two baby girls, recently released her book, Do Something New. This compilation of 20 brief chapters is designed to guide readers to become

Bishop Dwayne Royster (Source: changethedamnworld.com, Bishop Royster's blog)

Faith leaders urge President Barack Obama: ‘Do the right thing’

Clergy and immigrant justice advocates with the PICO National Network, a collection of 45 groups in 150 U.S. cities and towns committed to changing the world through faith, joined a dozen national faith, labor and

In today’s tense climate following the U.S. presidential election, virtually everything has taken on an extra layer of political nuance. Take, for example, a seemingly apolitical project by cognac brand, Hennessy to commission artists to create original work inspired by


Jadakiss breaks down the craft of rap lyricism at Art Basel

For Jadakiss, his love for music came when he was introduced to it by family members. “[I fell in love with rap] by hearing the music they were playing as I was growing up,” Jadakiss

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Drake’s bodyguard roped into battery case

Drake is in a pickle after one of his bodyguards allegedly punched a man in the face at the popular West Hollywood nightclub, Delilah. According to reports, a clubgoer filed a battery report on Tuesday,
MIAMI, FL - NOVEMBER 29: Hip-Hop artist Fat Joe, Artist Alec Monopoly and TAG Heuer CEO Jean-Claude Biver at TAG Heuer Miami Design District on November 29, 2016 in Miami, Florida.  (Photo by Eugene Gologursky/Getty Images for TAG Heuer)

ICYMI: Celebs and artists grow their brands at Art Basel

  Art Basel is nearing it’s 50th birthday. Since inception in 1970, it has reached it’s primary goal, over and over, to connect the world’s premier galleries and their patrons, as well serving as a meeting point for


Steffanie Christi’an delivers dynamic performance at Charles H. Wright Museum

Photo Credit: Raquelle Harris for Steed Media Thanksgiving eve did not disappoint this year as the electrifying energy of rock maven Steffanie Christi’an was unleashed. The singer-songwriter delivered a dynamic performance at the Charles H. Wright Museum
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