The disgraced former glam rock singer was found guilty in 2015 of sexually abusing three young girls in the 1970s. He had been given a 16-year sentence.
The alto saxophone is a popular musical instrument that has been used in many genres of music, including jazz, classical, and pop. With its rich and soulful sound, it has become a staple in orchestras and bands around the world. There are many different brands and models of alto saxophones available, making it difficult to
A steady beat is one of the most important elements of music, and it’s what gives a song its rhythm and makes it easy to dance to. Over the years, many popular songs have been written with a steady beat that makes them irresistible to listeners. In this article, we’ll be exploring the top 20
Music has the power to evoke emotions, memories and experiences. It can be a form of self-expression and often becomes the soundtrack to our lives. In this article, we will be exploring the top 20 songs about songs that describe different aspects of life. From love and heartbreak to childhood memories and personal growth, these
When it comes to expressing your love and affection for your son, there’s nothing quite like a great song. Whether you’re looking to dedicate a special song to your son on his birthday, graduation, or just because, there are plenty of great options out there. From emotional ballads to uplifting anthems, these songs all share
By Tashi McQueen, AFRO Political Writer, firstname.lastname@example.org On the evening of Feb. 3, Baltimore City will be under a Code Blue due to extreme cold weather. Frigid air is expected to come in, presenting estimated wind chills into the single digits. Letitia Dzirasa, the city’s health commissioner, declared a Code Blue Extreme Cold Alert from
By Tashi McQueen,AFRO Political Writertmcqueen@afro.com Rep. Kweisi Mfume (D-Md.-07) recently introduced the “Witness Security and Protection Grant Program Act of 2023.” The witness protection bill, if passed, will provide $150 million, $30 million a year for five years, to reinforcing witness protection services for witnesses’ of homicides, felonies, serious drug charges, gang crimes or organized
By Kendra Lee, Black Health Matters Why is loss of pregnancy still such a taboo subject? Midway through my appointment, my gynecologist went silent. Her face screwed up a little, and she announced, “I don’t hear a heartbeat.” My own heartbeat stopped, too, for a second, maybe two. “What?” I managed to croak. She was
By John Celestand andRobert Walker-Smith Black History Month — which evolved from “Negro History Week,” the brainchild of noted historian Carter G. Woodson and other prominent African Americans — is known as the annual celebration of achievements by African Americans and a time for recognizing their central role in U.S. history. Although we mostly concentrate
By Bianca Crawley, Special to the AFRO As the first African-American female director at NASA’s Johnson Space Center, Mrs. Vanessa E. Wynce, has made tremendous strides in the development and future of science, technology, engineering, and math. Growing up down south in Conway, S.C., Wynce developed a strong interest in engineering as a young child.