*Facebook is launching a new feature called “Feeds,” which will allow users to see all the latest posts from friends and family. The main news feed will now be known as “Home,” and will serve as a “discovery engine” based on people’s online habits, per CNBC. “One of the most requested features for Facebook is
Nearly two decades before COVID-19 was even a twinkle in a pangolin’s eye—if in fact those endearing critters had any coronavirus connection at all—John Scofield … Read More “John Scofield Talks his Solo Debut and More” The post John Scofield Talks his Solo Debut and More appeared first on JazzTimes.
By Kara Thompson, Special to the AFRO On July 1, Diane Bell-McKoy announced that she will be stepping down as president and chief executive officer of Associated Black Charities (ABC). […] The post Diane Bell-McKoy, CEO of Associated Black Charities, steps down from role appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Kara Thompson, Special to the AFRO and Jaina Mosely-Lawson, Morgan State University Intern The new development of Northwood Commons has built anticipation to an all time high for the […] The post LiDL Food Market and other stores open for business in Northwood Commons appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
The Moore Report: In case you missed it: to squeegee or not to squeegee is still the question after 40 years
By Ralph E. Moore, Jr. Within the past 40 years, we built two expensive quality stadiums– Oriole Park and Ravens Stadium– for wealthy team owners and we closed down recreation […] The post The Moore Report: In case you missed it: to squeegee or not to squeegee is still the question after 40 years appeared
By Kara Thompson, AFRO MDDC Intern The National Museum of African American History and Culture highlights the AFRO in their newest online exhibit, “Making a Way Out of No Way.” […] The post AFRO featured in new exhibition for NMAAHC’s Searchable Museum appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Deborah Bailey, AFRO D.C. Editor District of Columbia officials reported the highest number of monkeypox cases per capita in the United States this week. The news comes as Centers […] The post District of Columbia Monkeypox outbreak – highest per capita rate in U.S. appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Tinashe Chingarande, Special to the AFRO Harvey-Smith began her role in 2019 Pittsburgh Technical College made history in June as it inaugurated its first ever Black president. Morgan State […] The post Morgan alum invested as first African-American president of Pittsburgh Technical College appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
Ro James has not given up on the promotional efforts for Mantic, the long-awaited follow-up to his Eldorado debut. The Germany-born singer has released the corresponding video for “Too Much” featuring Miguel. The Daps-directed video sees James and Miguel busting wheelies and shifting gears in fast cars in forgotten semi-desert where beautiful women aren’t hard
Steve Lacy’s sophomore album, Gemini Rights, debuts at No. 7 this week with 34,000 equivalent units sold. It’s his highest-ranking debut on the Billboard 200 and his first album to appear in the top ten of this chart. Lacy made his solo Billboard 200 debut with the 2019 album Apollo XXI, which went to No. 160