Tags » African American News

A Visit to Home Sweet Home

Although I love living in Pittsburg, I do enjoy our visits back home. We go as often as we can manage to do it. It provides a chance to walk or ride down memory lane. 793 more words

African-American News

2017 Update of Gracie Hall-Hampton, the Book.

      Gracie Hall-Hampton, the Arkansas Years, 1917-1953. Over the last several Arkansas , Gracie Hall-Hampton had become somewhat callous in her mannerisms. Friends, family, as well as a foe, say dealing with her could be a difficult task. 1,472 more words

African-American News

One Trick Pony or Jack of all Trades?

Some of you millennials may not have heard the term ‘One Trick Pony.’ For those who haven’t let me explain how it relates to people, places and things. 1,246 more words

African-American News

This, That, and so on;Vol III, March 2017

This, That and so on…Vol III, March 2017

I look at what is going on in the political world and immediately think about the Bush-Chaney White House. 1,434 more words

African-American News

Legendary Jazz Singer Al Jarreau Passes At 76.

On February 12, 2017 the world lost a wonderful singer with a smooth one of a kind voice. I first was introduced to Al Jarreau as a teenager through the television show Moonlighting that aired in the early 80’s. 137 more words

African American News

Thank you President Obama...

Written by Gregory Meriweather

President Obama has just completed two terms as the President of the United States of America. Not only was he Commander-in-Chief, but also the leader of the free world.  736 more words

Has Common Sense Left The Building?

I’ve told my wife and friends several times in the recent past. I no longer have my cool stroll. Some, not me, would call it a pimp walk. 1,347 more words

African-American News