In a moment of literary irony, visitors were stranded at Greenway House, where the mystery novelist once lived, when a fallen tree blocked the road.
An arrest warrant for the Russian leader from the International Criminal Court has created a diplomatic quandary ahead of an August summit.
U.S. officials and military analysts say the weapons, which are banned by many countries, will ease Ukraine’s artillery ammunition shortage but may not have an immediate impact in the war.
Statues of extinct animals peek out from the trees, delighting onlookers in this London park. But don’t expect them to be scientifically accurate.
Vocal sensation Veronica Swift took the jazz world by storm with her critically acclaimed 2021 release This Bitter Earth, landing on the cover of DownBeat, topping the year end lists for vocal releases and wowing audiences with her eclectic stage show at the Hollywood Bowl and beyond. For her new album – aptly entitled Veronica Swift – the versatile artist stretches
Mixing afropop with a splash of summer anthem, Jon Batiste collaborates with Jon Bellion and Fireboy DML on the uplifting second single from his forthcoming album World Music Radio, reminding listeners to “take a deep breath, drink water” when overwhelmed by life’s currents. The post Jon Batiste ‘Drink Water’ – LISTEN appeared first on Smooth
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By Tashi McQueen, AFRO Political Writer, email@example.com The well-loved Tommie Broadwater Jr., former Maryland senator, died at age 81 on July 11. “Tommie Broadwater had a lot of spunk,” Larry Young, former state senator for District 44, told the AFRO. “He was a businessman and a pioneer of Prince George’s County establishing a Black political
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By Ashleigh Fields, AFRO Assistant Editor, firstname.lastname@example.org The Supreme Court’s decision to overturn affirmative action in college admissions shattered fifty years of legal precedent, citing the policy as a violation of the 14th Amendment which provides “equal protection under the law.” As the nation reacted with outrage, Howard University announced plans to launch the 14th