*Rock ‘n’ roll memorabilia is hugely popular with fans — and often lucrative for sellers. To capitalize on the phenomenon, Julien’s Auctions held an Icons and Idols: Rock N Roll auction Nov. 11-13. Items included everything from Bob Dylan’s piano to Don McLean’s 1967 paisley shirt, a Gibson Les Paul played by Paul McCartney to
*A white woman called Phie Udora continues to take TikTok by storm after she disclosed that she has 11 kids with 8 different Black baby daddies. Well, that’s quite a mouthful — let’s unwrap it. She has 11 kids. That by itself is quite some news. Then, they are all fathered by 8 different men.
Black TikToker (Clarke Peoples) Goes from $250 for First Brand Deal to $200K in Five Months! | VIDEO
*A Columbia University student recently showed the world just how TikTok changed her financial situation for the better. Clarke Peoples, a content creator, disclosed that she initially worked for a startup and interning jewelry company as she also took classes and studied. But things changed for the better after her first viral TikTok. In May
Tim Godfrey and Fearless Community release “El Elyon,” the first track from their newly released project, Chapter One (Live). The soul-stirring worship ballad features sensational vocalist and gospel singer, Esther Benyeogo – the latest winner of the talent show, The Voice Nigeria (Season 3). In El Elyon, Tim Godfrey and Fearless Community in one accord
By Career Communications Group “Metaverse” is the new buzzword, with many conversations sparked on the virtual universe or network of virtual worlds. People connect socially, purchase or sell various goods and services, accomplish tasks, or do nothing at all—just escape the physical world. You may have heard of virtual worlds such as Decentraland, The Sandbox
By Lenore T. Adkins, Special to the AFRO The African Diaspora International Film Festival will celebrate its 30th anniversary in New York City in style — with its largest film festival ever. The film festival, running November 25 through December 11, boasts 89 documentary and fiction films from 44 different countries on seven silver screens.
By Dr. John E. Warren, Publisher, San Diego Voice & Viewpoint Newspaper First, let’s remind everyone that “Black Friday” has nothing to do with Black People. “Black” represents the color of money when profits are up, just as “red” represents the color of loss when profits are down. The irony is the degree of participation
By Shirvan Joseph, Diversity Manager/Loan OfficerTowne Bank Mortgage Buying a home is a huge milestone, and it is important to educate yourself about the process of buying a home before you dive in headfirst. After all, this is likely the largest investment that you will ever make. It is important to choose a house and
By Nadira Johnson, Word in Black From self-driving cars that can’t detect folks with darker skin to keep from running them over, to digital assistants like Siri that have trouble understanding non-White accents, technology is biased and it is hurting Black folks. “A lot of people will look toward technology as the end all, be
By ERIC TUCKER and MICHAEL BALSAMO WASHINGTON (AP) — Attorney General Merrick Garland named a special counsel on Friday to oversee the Justice Department’s investigation into the presence of classified documents at former President Donald Trump’s Florida estate as well as key aspects of a separate probe involving the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection and efforts to undo the 2020