Multi-award-winning AfroGospel artist, Limoblaze has sold-out tickets for his first headline show in London “AFRO GOSPEL” billed to hold this Friday, July 1st, at XOYO. The forthcoming event will feature performances from UK’s Asha Elia, Becca Folkes, and Annatoria, with Grammy-Award-winning American rapper, Lecrae as a special guest. Delighted Limo wrote on Instagram, “500 capacity
Globally renowned worship leader, Sinach and her Husband Joseph Egbu are celebrating 8 years of marital bliss. The lovely couple got married on June 28, 2014, and are blessed with a beautiful baby girl (2019). Marking the special occasion, the ‘Way Maker’ singer took to social media to pen a loving message to her husband
T.D. Jakes was honored at the Museum of the Bible’s Blessing of The Elders event on June 23 to celebrate his accomplishments as both a revered communicator, pastor and global humanitarian. The post T.D. Jakes Honored in D.C. at Museum of the Bible appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
*Due to overwhelming demand, the Blue Note Jazz Festival Napa Valley announces a third day of programming on Friday, July 29th. With standout additions including Dinner Party (Robert Glasper, Terrace Martin and Kamasi Washington) and Snoop Dogg, the third day also includes performances by Chaka Khan, Kamasi Washington, Madlib, Chris Dave & The Drumheadz, Kenny Garrett, Alex Isley, Domi & JD Beck
*On Monday, Khloe Kardashian celebrated her 38th birthday with friends and close family. The reality star took to social media to share all the love she has been getting on her special day but nothing seemed to top her mom Kris Jenner’s special speech to her. In a hilarious clip, the waisted momager said to
*Ciara is adjusting to life in Denver after moving to the state as part of her husband Russell Wilson’s trade to the Broncos. Wilson played for 10 years with the Seattle Seahawks and Ciara tells PEOPLE that “So far, Denver’s been incredible.” “I think I’m going to definitely become more of an outdoorsy girl,” said
*(CNN) — Sam Gilliam, the first Black artist to represent the US pavilion at the Venice Biennale, has died at the age of 88. The American abstract artist died Saturday, David Kordansky Gallery and Pace Gallery, which represent his work, announced Monday. Born in 1933 in Mississippi, Gilliam graduated with a master of arts degree
*We have an exclusive clip of this week’s episode of “Commit or Quit with Judge Lynn Toler,” airing June 30 on WE tv. Per press release, couples in crisis turn to Judge Lynn Toler for a life-altering decision to get married or break up for good. Judge Toler meets the couples, watches surveillance and interviews
By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, Report for America Corps Member, firstname.lastname@example.org CLLCTIVLY, a Baltimore social change organization focused on racial equity, narrative change, social connectedness and resource mobilization, recently […] The post Baltimore social change organization CLLCTIVLY welcomes first chief operating officer appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
by Glynda Carr The Supreme Court just dealt a devastating blow to reproductive rights. With its decision in Dobbs v. Jackson, five Republican-appointed Justices on the U.S. Supreme Court swept […] The post Op-ed: Black women will suffer the harshest Consequences after the overturn of Roe appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .