Songwriter, performing artist, author, and podcaster Mike Donehey releases second book, Grace in the Gray. The post Mike Donehey Releases New Book appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
A riveting show at the Metropolitan Museum surveys the complicated art of the ancient Maya, in which beauty and brutality are surreally entangled.
The stampede outside the Basra International Stadium in southern Iraq started when ticket collectors turned back fans who had been sold fake tickets, witnesses said.
‘D.D.L.J.,’ which a Mumbai theater has shown nearly every day since 1995, encapsulates a society in churn, with the choices afforded by economic opportunity clashing with tradition.
The helicopter came down near a kindergarten and a residential building outside Kyiv, killing the interior minister and others and causing severe damage.
The pandemic may finally have cleared the way for a casino in New York City.
Miguel’s 2011 hit single “Sure Thing” is experiencing renewed success, re-entering the Billboard Hot 100 chart at No. 49 and moving to No. 12 on Billboard’s Hot R&B Songs chart this week. In celebration of this achievement, Miguel shared an acoustic performance of the song on Instagram and hinted at new music to come. The
R&B artist Mario has released the music video for his latest single, “Like Her Too.” The video, co-directed by Mario and Master Sterling, depicts a romantic outdoor date between Mario and his partner, as the sun sets and their night together unfolds. The song, which was co-produced by Blwyrmnd and SprngBrk, has amassed over 797,000
Kota the Friend’s Lyrics To GO series is back, with Volume 4. The Lyrics to GO format has redefined the landscape of independent hip-hop through its crisp lyricism and clean visuals. Positivity, self-growth, independence, and the importance of family are all themes that Kota holds dear and expresses with clarity and distinction on LTGv4.
By Catherine Pugh, Special to the AFRO Anthony Brown, a seasoned veteran of national and state politics who was sworn in as the state’s first Black attorney general Jan. 3 in Annapolis, says he will tackle racial and economic disparities as the state’s 47th attorney general. “Maryland reflects where America is going,” he said, taking