What: Brian Culbertson’s Napa Valley Jazz Getaway When: June 5-9, 2024 Where: Napa Valley, California RnR (Rick Braun & Richard Elliott)Jazz Funk Soul (Jeff Lorber, Everette Harp, and Paul Jackson, Jr.)Lindsey WebsterMr. TalkboxAdam Hawley performing with Julian Vaughn and Marcus Anderson More artists to be announced. Click the image below to get tickets. The post Brian Culbertson’s Napa Valley Jazz Getaway
BJ The Chicago Kid pours one out on his new single “Liquor Store In The Sky,” produced by Yeti Beats. It features rapper Freddie Gibbs. On this reflective track, BJ The Chicago Kid emotionally delves into a deep friendship that was tragically cut short. The pain of this loss still lingers and he has yet
It was unclear whether the report might complicate Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken’s rescheduled trip to Beijing for meetings that begin June 18.
The lone reactor that was still operating at Europe’s largest nuclear plant was shut down because of the threat to its water supply. The reactor had been helping supply energy to the plant itself.
A local prosecutor said it was “premature” to determine the motive of the suspect, who was charged with attempted murder. The six victims, including four children, were no longer in critical condition.
The four siblings had been missing after a plane they were traveling in crashed in the Colombian rainforest in May. Rescuers first found the bodies of the three adults who died in the crash, and then launched a search for the children.
Melissa Kirsch takes a look at some of the big books coming this summer.
By Reuben Greene On the balmy evening of May 24, the Enoch Pratt Free Library’s Brown Lecture Series experienced a remarkable convergence of literary brilliance and thought-provoking conversation. Stacey Abrams, acclaimed author and politician, took the stage to share her perspective and history as a writer. Abrams was joined by Karsonya Wise Whitehead, host of
By The Associated Press Americans will soon celebrate Juneteenth, marking the day when the last enslaved people in the United States learned they were free. For generations, Black Americans have recognized the end of one of the darkest chapters in U.S. history with joy, in the form of parades, street festivals, musical performances or cookouts.
Governor Moore pledges $15 million to Lendistry to provide loans to socially and economically disadvantaged small businesses
By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, email@example.com Gov. Wes Moore recently committed $15 million to Lendistry, a minority-led community development financial institution (CDFI). The company aims to provide capital to the small businesses of Maryland. With the funds, Lendistry will be able to deploy loans of up to $350,000 to small business owners who are