Cherish Williams was only one semester away from graduating from Mundy Mills High School. However, while celebrating with friends on
Almost three months ago, a woman was shot and killed by one of Georgia’s top attorneys. Claud “Tex” McIver shot
In 2016, we saw the emergence of new artists such as Lil Yachty, Lil Uzi Vert, and Desiigner. These artist
2 Chainz closed out his 2016 campaign with a special performance at the Atlanta Hawks game. Before a sold out
The Atlanta Hawks and New York Knicks are both middling teams that aren’t expected to make it to the NBA
This past year proved to be a creative surge for Blacks in TV entertainment. After years of being absent from
With a Christmas-themed set behind him, R. Kelly hit the stage at the Fox Theater to share holiday cheer and
There has been an epidemic of car thefts at Atlanta area gas stations mostly on the Black side of town.
A wealthy attorney in Atlanta will finally face murder charges after shooting his wife to death. The incident occurred in
The No. 1 reason domestic violence victims can’t “just leave” is because they are being abused financially. Jocelyn Ann Taylor
With three collections under her belt, designer JD Noble has already caught the eye of fashion elites Zac Posen and Whitney
Between locals, tourists and the thousands of Alabama and Washington football fans coming to Atlanta for the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl playoff
Former NFL star Jamal Anderson found himself in trouble with the law after an alleged incident at a gas station.
Atlanta rappers seem to be frequently in the news for the wrong reason and the latest is Lil Uzi Vert,
A city of Atlanta police officer has been charged after a bizarre domestic violence incident. Officer Phillip Barresi was in
Chris Rock returns to the stage for the first time in 9 years and the laughs will be non-stop! Register today
The Birth of a New Nation tour, sponsored by 300 Entertainment and World Star Hip Hop, took Atlanta by storm this
Hope Atlanta is a nonprofit that provides housing and emergency services for the homeless in the metro Atlanta area. Rolling out
There is a problem with the Atlanta office of the DEA and its dealings with the infamous Black Mafia Family.
Launched in spring 2016, the Village Market ATL poses as a quarterly event to support the sustainability of Black, community-minded