Thursday, 15 November 2012 11:58
Teria Rogers, Special to the NNPA from the Afro-American Newspaper
On a recent Thursday, evening at Ebenezer African Methodist Episcopal Church in Fort Washington, music minister Byron Cage counted down the tasks he needed to complete in preparation for an evening service.
(StatePoint) Great food is the centerpiece of any holiday celebration, and practicing safe food handling in the kitchen is an important part of holiday meal preparation. There are certain steps you can take to keep friends and family safe from food poisoning.
Friday, 09 November 2012 12:04
The Atlanta Inquirer
ATLANTA—During his 12-year tenure at Morehouse, Dr. Walter E. Massey, a 1958 graduate of the school, dedicated his vision to making Morehouse, "...one of the finest liberal arts institutions in the nation - period." He realized that vision and now the institution is giving him an honor that will live forever.
Thursday, 01 November 2012 13:02
Valerie Rose Redmond
Sky Dogs, Bird Chick and Odd Bird flew in and landed at Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge on October 13 for a birding diversity convention aimed at increasing birding among nontraditional audiences. The "Focus on Diversity: Changing the Face of American Birding" themed convention attracted a large flock of 75 birding enthusiasts from New York, Washington D.C. and from across the nation as far west as Los Angeles, Calif.
The Urban Spectrum Theatre Company: Dragon Feathers
Thursday, 01 November 2012 11:25
Phyllis Productions presents The Urban Spectrum Theatre Company's holiday children & family show, "Dragon Feathers" November 16 & 17 at the Old Arizona Theater, 2821 Nicollet Av. S., Minneapolis, under the direction of Judy Cooper Lyle and Penny Masuku.
Friday night's plenary session at the CCDA conference was dedicated to the empowerment of women and the transformation of Christ's love. This year's conference in Minneapolis was far travels for many, but seats were filled as 600-700 people sang together in worship and listened to speakers Cheryl Miller, Christina Harrison and Sarah Waters, introduced as strivers who work to "make beautiful things out of dust."