New York based singer, songwriter and woodwind player Paula Atherton has had quite a 2022. Her white hot single ‘Keep it Comin’ came in at number three on the Billboard Smooth Jazz Airplay Year-End Chart while another single, ‘Ready Or Not’, is still in heavy rotation twenty five weeks after its first release. Check it
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Photo: Tommaso Altamura via 123RF The new year allows you to review money management strategies and set new financial goals. Evaluating and adjusting your saving and spending habits can go a long way in helping you hit your targets. If controlling your finances seems overwhelming, don’t worry. Forming a solid plan and sticking to it is
By AFRO Staff Baltimore has experienced a variety of highs and lows this year. From hosting the HBCU basketball teams involved in CIAA to the launch of the guaranteed income pilot, the year has offered a plethora of eye-catching headlines. Read below and take a walk down 2022’s memory lane. Where were you when some
Jan. 17- MLK Peace Walk In honor of the late Martin Luther King, the Anacostia Business Improvement District held a peace walk starting at the Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge and stopping at the Ambassador Christian Church. Several family members of the civil rights leader joined the trek. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the annual MLK
As the AFRO prepares to end the year, we also remember those who have died in 2022. This is a compiled list of individuals who made a great impact in the world. From Charles McGee, a member of the Tuskegee Airmen, a group of the first African American fighter pilots which formed during World War