Raphael Saadiq and Tony! Toni! Toné! Sell Out Charlotte – First Time on Stage Together in 25 Years! | VIDEOs

Tony! Toni! Toné! via tonytonitone.com *Raphael Saadiq and Tony! Toni! Toné! recently brought a sold-out show to Charlotte, NC and it was a night to remember. From the very beginning, it felt like a journey into rhythm and blues where live instrumentation and soul-wrenching singing evoked the feeling of the ancestors. The show was divided

The Pulse of Entertainment: Gospel’s Onyinyechi Releases ‘Only My God’ from ‘Olive’ Debut EP

Onyinyechi Okenwa releases debut single ‘Only My God.’ *“Consider the awareness of the powerful nature of God,” said Contemporary Gospel singer/songwriter Onyinyechi “Onee” Okenwa about her new single “Only My God” from her new EP “Olive.” “Science and technology (advances) have taken from God, as far as what we rely on God to do. See

Baltimore Police Confirm Multiple Victims After Active Shooter Situation at Morgan State University | VIDEO

*(CNN) — Baltimore police responded to an active shooter situation involving multiple victims at Morgan State University Tuesday night, the department confirmed to CNN. Officials have confirmed the incident is no longer considered an active shooter situation and have lifted a shelter-in-place order, according to a post from the university on X. There was a

Commentary: For local minority contractors to thrive in Prince George’s County lawmakers must embrace project labor agreements

By Stephanie Sweet, Special to the AFRO As minority contractors seek viable opportunities to not only expand our individual footprints, but to also foster diversity throughout the entire construction industry, we often encounter a common misconception that project labor agreements (PLAs) are somehow bad for our businesses. In fact, in opposing a PLA being implemented