Junita’s Jar not only offers up sweet treats but also provides healing for women affected by relationship violence and prevention for others.
The MSR hit the streets to get people’s initial reactions to the Noor verdict and sentencing and ask what this means to the Black community.
Frank Brown’s Minuteman Press is the only Black-owned union print shop in the country.
Branden Johnson has been on a healing mission since his former days in the NBA Development League. He was first introduced to cryotherapy, a form of medical therapy, after NBA greats Jason Kidd and Jason Terry suggested he try it out.
First of a two-part story Robyne Robinson has long been a pioneer in Twin Cities’ media. Apart from scoring exclusive interviews with the likes of such legends as the late Prince, she also made history in her own right as the first Black woman to anchor a local primetime newscast. Now she’s making history […]
Some have dismissed it as an occasional phenomenon, but “Black Twitter” has firmly established itself as a news source to be recognized, even if not fully respected by the mainstream media.
In celebration of Black History Month, family members of the late Walter R. Scott Sr. are honoring him as a trailblazing Minneapolis author and publisher who recognized the importance of celebrating the accomplishments of Minnesota’s Black community.
At the 6th annual “Southside Back in the Day” Community Celebration, held September 5 at Phelps Park in Minneapolis, Evette McDonald-McCarthy received the Outstanding Business Award as CEO and executive director of McDonald Sunshine Place/Sunshine Tree Child Development Center.
Will Minneapolis take the top spot for hosting the most National Night Out events across the nation for the fourth straight year? Last year the city once again placed first for city’s with a 300,000+ population.
The four-day festival, held on the Northside of Minneapolis, was very successful and well attended, even with Saturday’s very punishing heat index. The ole-school hip hop showcase on Saturday featured rap legend, Kool Moe Dee who took the stage at 6 pm. He possessed the power and ability to cool the North High School football field down.
Born Mohandes Dewese in 1952, it was immediately apparent at the top of his performance that this 52-year-old rap legend has barely slowed down. He continues to fascinate the hip hop world, showing why he was the first rapper to perform at the Grammy Awards.