On stage, Prince was still captivating audiences at recent performances in Australia and California. He hosted a pop-up party at his Paisley Park studio, and there were few outward signs in his final months that anything was wrong.
STEVE KARNOWSKI and KEVIN BURBACH
Five of Prince's six surviving siblings appeared in court Monday for the first hearing to start sorting out an estate certain to be worth millions, a task complicated because the star musician isn't known to have left a will.
Contemporary artists are realizing the city’s rich history isn’t enough to sustain jazz in a 21st-century Washington. They’re scrambling to save what has been called America’s original art form in a city where it’s fading from the culture.
“We are here today to celebrate the Negro spirituals and recognize the musical legacy of Miss Jowanda E. Jordan,” announced Monya Logan, minister of Worship and Arts at St. Luke “Community” United Methodist Church, as she raised her voice in welcoming the audience to the Jowanda E. Jordan Festival of Negro Spirituals. The free affair, presented by the Dallas Metroplex Musicians Association, was held at the church April 9.
Differences versus commonalities: Enslavement was different in the U.S. from the brand that was practiced in the Caribbean and Brazil and other South American countries.
“We find our population suffering from old inequalities, little changed by vast sporadic remedies.
If it’s presidential-primary time it’s a given a significant part of the political discourse will involve dissing Black voters.
Bernie Sanders on Sunday tried to attribute most of his losses to Hillary Clinton – his recent string of victories notwithstanding – to poor people not voting.
Every day I wear a pair of medallions around my neck with portraits of two of my role models:
On April 30, hundreds of women, peace-builders and peace activists from around the globe will gather in Dallas for the Annual “A World of Women for World Peace” Conference.
iCode4Kids hosted its first hackathon for elementary, middle and high school children on April 16 at the AT&T headquarters in Downtown Dallas.
Long, before being known as “Cinco de Drink-o” the Mexican celebrations of May 5 commemorated an unexpected victory for the people of Mexico.
The world today is a digital world where communication across the globe is instant.
On his own, Prince was a revolutionary recording artist and one-man band.
Monday Night Politics: Meet the Candidates concluded on April 18 for the May 7 Joint Elections with candidates running for Dallas ISD School Board District 2 at the African American Museum in Fair Park.
Show Boat examines through comedy and drama the complexities of love and family – not new territory for musical theater – while adding the element of racial disparity within the Deep South and the cities in the North during the period between the Civil War and the Great Depression.
Spring is almost in full swing and summer is just around the corner. Millions of children in America can’t wait for summer vacation, but for millions of poor children who rely on school meals, it’s a mixed blessing.
I have written about Bill O’Reilly, aka “Bill O’Racist,” in the past and his proclivity to distort the facts when discussing African Americans. Well, he’s at it again.
The conservative movement’s war against democracy in America has erupted on two fronts within the last month in ways that sharply illuminate the threat to many Americans’ rights – especially their right to vote in many states this November.
Coalition-building is the best way for Black people to make the kind of progress we need to make in this country, especially when it comes to economic empowerment