Ahead of her first album in fourteen years the award winning Hilary Mwelwa (aka Hil St. Soul) is back on the airwaves with the sublimely soulful ‘A Feeling So Beautiful’. Indeed after a couple of appetite whetting singles over the past couple of years she is ready to make her official return with ‘Back In
Variously described as soothing yet edgy, ethereal yet rock solid, street-wise yet sensitive, the current CD from Trippin N Rhythm recording artist Paul Hardcastle is titled ‘Hardcastle X’. It marks yet another milestone in Hardcastle’s redoubtable career and is crammed full of the grooves that over the years have become his calling card. Testimony to
Crowned “Little Ella” by the late legendary trombonist Curtis Fuller, Award winning Vocal Musician MAVIS SWAN POOLE has generated quite a buzz on the international music scene. She is graced with an unrivaled brilliance of shattering genre barriers with her rich and smoky sound. Poole is known for being one of the first jazz/soul Vocalists
Big decisions in Moscow are Vladimir Putin’s to make, but the Kremlin and state media are distancing him from the setback in Kherson and downplaying its seriousness.
In nations reckoning with atrocities, reconciliation panels and similar bodies often obscure or delay the truth. But that doesn’t mean that international justice has no effect.
Elly Smith competes in a sport called strongman, where participants attempt to lift, hold, pull or carry everything from dumbbells to airplanes.
Gen. Mark A. Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, has made the case that the Ukrainians should try to cement their gains at the bargaining table.
Global emissions from fossil fuels are likely to reach record highs this year, new data shows, putting nations further off track from stopping global warming.
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Photos by James Fields Family and friends gathered at Martin’s West on Oct. 27 to celebrate radio talk show host Larry Young, now retiring after 25 years on air. The former senator hosted the award winning Larry Young Morning Show on Radio One’s WOLB 1010 AM in Baltimore. The program opened with J. Wyndal Gordon