Ann Pinkney, the communications director with Metropolitan Family Services, talks to us about their partnership with BMOA and resources.
Eddie Bolden, 46, spent the last 22 years in prison after being convicted of two drug-related murders. He was sentenced
The Black McDonald’s Operators Association of Chicago and Northwest Indiana continues its great work in the urban community. They have
Recently, 40 high school students from the South Side of Chicago hit the road for a multi-state college tour sponsored
Lisa Nichols, one of the nation’s most requested motivational speakers and life coaches, conducted a daylong seminar in Chicago over
The second annual Celebrating Life Fundraiser was held this past weekend. This fundraiser was created to assist the Forever Hope Agency’s efforts
Shante Howell, Reeta Baker and Reeses Moore talk to rolling out about prettybeautique.com at the Black Women’s Expo in Chicago.
In a tragic repeat of gun violence and police shootings, a 16-year-old Black teen has been shot and killed by
WBEZ journalist Natalie Moore’s debut book, The South Side: A Portrait of Chicago and American Segregation, is a must-read for
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Prominent radio personality Doug Banks has passed away at the age of 57. The cause of Banks death has yet
The Black Women’s Expo celebrated its 22nd anniversary in Chicago April 8–10 at McCormick Place. The event marked the first
Recently, Power 92 celebrated its 15-year anniversary at the Chicago Theatre with Chance The Rapper as the headlining act. Power
Miller Lite hosted its Business and Beer networking event at Moe’s Cantina in the Chicago. Miller Lite “Tap the Future” is a
Rolling out and Luster’s S-Curl brand kicked off the Style Suite national tour in Chicago this week. The kickoff event
The most amazing thing about the Chicago hip-hop scene is found in its diversity. The talent is just as defined
Chrisette Michelle and Carl Payne were in Chicago recently co-starring in the stage play Married But Single. The play also features Lisa
Kevin “KP” Pendleton, artistic director of Luster Products, served as one of the panelists of Luster’s S-Curl and rolling out’s
On March 31 on the South Side of Chicago, an unidentified man was filming himself live on Facebook. While he was
The United Center in Chicago filled up with fans of high school basketball waiting to see the future of professional basketball.