A recently released report highlights the Minneapolis Local Organizing Committee’s diversity and inclusion spending.
Pete and Kim Rhodes are the only Black husband-and-wife broadcasting owners in the Twin Cities. Their company, BMA Cable, is celebrating 35 years of broadcasting.
Twins great Tony Oliva and local welterweight contender Jamal James have a special bond.
They’re not biologically related, but Ronnie Henderson and Ed Prohofsky are symbiotically as close as two persons separated by age and biological origins can be.
Seimone Augustus was among five athletes, three coaches, two administrators, one contributor and an official recently inducted as the 37th National High School Hall of Fame class.
It’s been said that any two people on Earth are at least six acquaintance links apart. James “Jim” Robinson is no exception.
After 12 WNBA seasons, Noelle Quinn is in her first season as an assistant coach with Seattle, the last of the five teams she’s played for.
Perhaps more than any other pro league, the WNBA has fully embraced social media.
Lexie Brown recently became the 13th player in Minnesota Lynx history to make five three-pointers in a game and the third WNBA player to do so.
The Twin Cities this weekend will see golfers all over, but will any Blacks be among them?