K-LOVE On Demand continues its promise to offer an array of new programming while connecting its audience with original, compelling, and curated video content that encourages, entertains, and moves them closer to Jesus. The post K-LOVE On Demand Continues To Offer Free Original Content appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
Shoalsville Music Publishing Co is very honored to announce the signing of nationally acclaimed recording writer/artist, Kerrie Roberts, to its roster of writers. The post Shoalsville Music Publishing Announces New Signing appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
The AFRO American Newspapers is proud to present a list of endorsements for the 2022 Midterm Election. Take a look at the candidates we believe will move Maryland and the District of Columbia forward if they are voted into office or elected to continue their service. Make sure you have this week’s edition of the
By Lindsey Estes, Local Media Association Lenora Howze, executive director of The AFRO of Baltimore and Washington, D.C., has been named an Innovator of the Year by Local Media Association for creating innovative revenue opportunities by embracing and involving business and community leaders in The AFRO’s deep, rich history and future. Each year, the Local
By Grace Yarrow, Capital News Service An extension of the Metro’s Silver Line could be ready to service Washington Dulles International Airport in time for Thanksgiving travel, Metro officials said on Oct. 19. However, Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) executives said there won’t be enough railcars to support the extension opening without removing cars
By Dr. John E. Warren, Publisher,San Diego Voice & Viewpoint Newspaper If you are reading this, then you probably are one of the people who either has already voted or registered and plans to vote on November 8th, Election Day. The problem then is not with you, but those around you who either have expressed
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Hogan Administration Announces More than $19 Million to Revitalize Historic Buildings
Tax Credits Leverage Projects Expected to CreateMore Than 1,380 Jobs Press Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Hogan Administration Announces More than $19 Million to Revitalize Historic BuildingsTax Credits Leverage Projects Expected to Create More Than 1,380 Jobs(November 1, 2022) CROWNSVILLE, MD – The Hogan administration announced today the Maryland Historical Trust (MHT), a division of the Maryland Department of Planning
By Omar Faruk, The Associated Press Two car bombs exploded Oct. 29 at a busy junction in Somalia’s capital near key government offices, causing “scores of civilian casualties” including children, national police said. One hospital worker counted at least 30 bodies amid fears of possibly many more. The attack in Mogadishu occurred on a day
Houston Officials Plead for Witnesses to Come Forward in Killing of ‘Peaceful’ Rapper Takeoff | VIDEO
*(CNN) — Houston officials vowed to deliver justice in the killing of rapper Takeoff, with the chief of police calling the 28-year-old Atlantan a “peaceful” man and urging any witnesses to the shooting to come forward. The rapper, part of the multiplatinum hip-hop trio Migos, was at a bowling alley and billiards hall where a
*Niecy Nash says there were many days she left the set of the Netflix Jeffery Dahmer series in tears due to the heaviness of the real-life crime drama. “There were many days I left set with tears in my eyes because of the weight of all of these things happening and knowing that all of