Photo courtesy of Social Change Meet the executive director of Social Change, Todd Belcore. Read on for details about the
Rolling out interviewed Chicago Regal Theater owner Jerald Gary, 31, about the theater’s progress and his hope for community support.
Photo courtesy of Choose Your Bliss Jason Stewart, the CEO of Choose Your Bliss candle company, discloses what sets his
RushCard, which was co-founded by hip-hop impresario Russell Simmons, gave $50K to the Chicago community to help reduce youth violence.
Russell Simmons, co-founder of RushCard; and Dennis Muhammad, founder of The Peacekeepers Global Initiative, discuss bringing training to Chicago. The
LaRoyce Hawkins from NBC’s hit show “Chicago PD” recited an original poem for Sandy Redd’s CD release. Hawkins was a
Wyclef Jean performed at the 28th African Festival of the Arts in Chicago. He freestyled for the audience in various
The Thornton Township and the Human Relations Commission and the Youth and Adult Family Services Department invited Dick Gregory to
Sandy Redd has been a background singer for Mya, Syleena Johnson, and the list goes on. Recently, she won WGCI
The Greenleaf cast, Lynn Whitfield, Keith David, Merle Dandridge and Deborah Joy Winans, shares what to look forward to in
The producer group Louis Clark talk about who they use to work with and how they got started as a
Sir the Baptist shares his theories on music, culture and church at the 2017 Essence Festival.
The cast of Detroit, Algee Smith, Jacob Latimore, Nathan Davis Jr., Joseph David-Jones and Ephraim Sykes, shared their thoughts on
The last day of ESSENCE Fest 2017 included appearances from the cast of “Greenleaf” and Detroit. Actors such as Lance
Activist Tamika Mallory was recently awarded the Shine A Light Award at the BET Awards. Tamika was invited to speak
Photo credit: Melanie L. Brown for Steed Media Take a look at some of the music artists, Hollywood stars and
Photo credit: Melanie L. Brown for Steed Media Service Rolling out chatted with Ja’Mal Green about the responsibilities of fatherhood.
Singer Major, also known as the “‘This is Why I Love You’ song man” performed at Chicago’s City Winery. Some fans
Award-winning gospel singer and songwriter Donald Lawrence talks about the 2017 Black McDonald’s Operators Association gospel tour.
The Black McDonald’s Operators Association hosted their 2017 Inspiration Celebration Gospel Tour concert in Chicago at the House of Hope