Entertainment Columnist Dr. Eunice Moseley Inks Deal with Dorrance Publishing for New Book ‘Journey to Success’

Syndicated entertainment columnist Dr. Eunice Moseley inks deal with Dorrance Publishing for new book. *The Pulse of Entertainment’s syndicated columnist Dr. Eunice Moseley inks deal with Dorrance Publishing for the new book Journey to Success: A Systematic Review. In the new book, Dr. Moseley explores the concept of achieving success, and overcoming setbacks and adversities

Johnny Britt and Will Downing Deliver Mesmerizing Performance on New Single ‘BUTTERFLIES’ for Valentine’s Day | LISTEN

*Legendary trumpeter and celebrated soul singer Johnny Britt and R&B icon Will Downing deliver a beautiful and mesmerizing performance new song called, “Butterflies,” for Valentine’s Day. The new single “Butterflies” is available on all digital formats on February 10 and at Johnny Britt’s live concerts and www.JohnnyBritt.com. As a vocalist, Britt is joined on his

‘5000 Blankets’ – The True Story of How Cyndi Bunch and Her Son Created A Movement to Help the Homeless | VIDEO

*Affirm Originals movie presents “5000 BLANKETS” now available to stream exclusively on Pure Flix. The film is inspired by the remarkable true story of Cyndi Bunch and her young son, Phillip, whose lives are changed forever after her husband disappears during a mental health crisis. Phillip’s generosity and determination spark an entire city’s movement to

Nichols Begged for Mercy, But Beatings Didn’t Stop

By Joseph Green-Bishop, Texas Metro News Correspondent A frightening silence fell over the city of Memphis, as others staged demonstrations across the country, including in Dallas on Botham Jean Blvd., after the release on Friday of police videos that showed the brutally fatal beating of 29-year-old Tyre Nichols.  Videos show the African American man beaten, kicked, pepper sprayed and tased by five African American

Commentary: Arts and culture: paint us as we are

By “Lady” Brion Gill, Special to the AFRO “The Black artist is dangerous. Black art controls the Negro’s’ reality, negates negative influences, and creates positive images.” – Sonia Sanchez Recently, the Washington Post ran a Jan. 6 article highlighting a painting of Thurgood Marshall by the renowned Baltimore artist, Ernest Shaw. The article prompted this