HOBT has been part and parcel of multicultural theatre in the Twin Cities for the past 45 years. That could all end this summer.
Melvin Whitfield Carter, Jr’s memoir, ‘Diesel Heart’ captures how the former wayward hellraiser transitioned to a leader serving his community.
BET’s new docuseries is shining a national spotlight on the Twin Cities. The network’s Finding Justice series is set to air a special episode on police brutality featuring commentary from a broadcast on community radio station KMOJ 89.9FM.
Jerilyn Sheppheard, 18-year-old owner-proprietor of The Yumyum Brownie Shop, has never been at a loss for initiative.
Now into her second term, April Graves has learned to appreciate the virtues of deliberation and consensus-building in governing.
J.D. Steele, the driving wheel of renowned musical institution The Steeles, is returning to the theater for Out of the Box Opera’s Fusion Series.
KMOJ’s eight annual Soul Bowl is set to honor Walter “Q-Bear” Banks, Jr. as more than a popular radio personality, but also paying homage to the community-minded media veteran as a veritable institution.
Having already established the Taylor Hayden Memorial Foundation to End Gun Violence in her honor, Hayden was present Dec. 22 at the launch of the Tarvanisha B. Boyd “Be Better” Foundation at Sabathani Community Center
The monthly podcasts serves as a ‘menu for Black literary consumption.’
DuJuan Williams can finally say he is a Minneapolis Fire Department (MFD) graduate.