Kaash Paige wants a girl who’s not into wasting time. On her Lil Tjay-assisted single, “24 Hrs,” the emerging singer looks forward to being entangled with a young lady who makes her interludes back home in Dallas memorable. “I’m up till 3 in the morning / Calling ’cause you know that I want it /…
JUN 1-AUG 31, 2022
Napa, California, USA
Seamlessly blending the quintessential Greenwich Village jazz club experience with the Northern California wine country ambiance and the historic architecture of the nineteenth century Napa Valley Opera House. The live music jazz club/gourmet restaurant venue is an experience to delight all the senses. Upcoming shows include SPYRO GYRA, ARTURO SANDOVAL, ACOUSTIC ALCHEMY & TONY SAUNDERS, ERIC BENÉT, LEE RITENOUR & DAVE GRUSIN, DAVID SANBORN & More!
By Mylika Scatliffe, AFRO Women’s Health Writer Two weeks have passed since a draft of the Supreme Court opinion regarding abortion rights was leaked to the public. If the draft […] The post Protestors call for the protection of abortion rights at Baltimore rally appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
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By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, Report for America Corps Member, email@example.com While attending University of Southern California (USC), Michael Broughton ran into a problem. He didn’t have enough money […] The post Altro app helps users build credit through non-traditional, recurring payments like Netflix subscriptions appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
The Associated Press A black swastika was painted on the outside wall of an historically Black church in southwestern Missouri and police are investigating the vandalism as a hate crime. […] The post Cops investigate swastika painted on Black Missouri church appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Special Report Sandy and Lonnie Phillips, founders of Survivors Empowered, are on the ground in Uvalde, Texas, and are concerned that vulnerable survivors may fall prey to risky situations, […] The post Some help for survivors might not reach them, or carries risks appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By The Associated Press The Episcopal Diocese of Maryland has awarded $175,000 in grants to community organizations from a fund established to make reparations for systemic racism and slavery. The […] The post Maryland Episcopal diocese awards $175K in reparations fund grants appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Karena Phan, The Associated Press British singer, Ella Mai, is back with even more rhythm and blues (R&B) bridges in her second album, “Heart on My Sleeve.” While this […] The post Ella Mai elevates the love song on her second record appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Savannah Wood, Special to the AFRO Afro Charities recently celebrated the opening of Nectar, a new solo exhibition by New York based artist Xaviera Simmons in Paris, France. The […] The post New exhibition inspired by the AFRO Archives opens in Paris appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Wayne Dawkins, Special to the AFRO David E. Talbert, an award-winning playwright turned Hollywood director, told 600-plus Morgan State University graduates May 21 that there were detours along his […] The post Morgan State graduates have courage to create a new world says playwright appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .