Emerging R&B group WanMor has shared the official video for their “Mine (Remix),” directed by the Aucella Brothers. The video for “Mine (Remix)” is an invitation to be interactive with each of the real-life brothers through their separate Instagram handles and via FaceTime, if you’re lucky to have their direct line. Elsewhere in the video
Most of the victims’ families live in towns and villages hundreds of miles away, officials and medics said.
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Friday’s crash is remarkable even in a country with a long history of train deaths.
The suspect was identified by the Israeli and Egyptian authorities as an Egyptian security officer. The deadly event may be connected to a thwarted drug smuggling attempt, the Israelis said.
Rescuers searched for victims at the crash site, where two passenger trains and a freight train were involved in what a government report called a “three-way accident.”
By Chuck Richardson The recent death of a New York homeless man, Jordan Neely, is not merely a reflection of two individuals caught in a Shakespearian tragedy – with the victim being Neely and the other player, Daniel Penny, the perpetrator of the crime. Rather, this incident is a microcosmic reflection of many White Americans’
By Tashi McQueen, AFRO Political Writer, email@example.com Awesome Con From June 16 – 18 geek culture will be on full display at Awesome Con, which will be hosted inside of the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. Attendees can see their favorite movie, comic and game stars. The convention will include Levar Burton from “Reading Rainbow”
By HANNAH SCHOENBAUM, Associated Press/Report for America FORT LIBERTY, N.C. (AP) — Fort Bragg shed its Confederate namesake Friday to become Fort Liberty in a ceremony some veterans said was a small but important step in making the U.S. Army more welcoming to current and prospective Black service members. The change was part of a
By Peabody Post Composer, conductor, performer, producer and educator Darin Atwater will join the Peabody Conservatory as Distinguished Visiting Faculty in the 2023-24 academic year. In this new role, Atwater will serve as a diversity advocate supporting the selection and evaluation of the repertoire that is taught and performed at the Conservatory. He will also