Since his breakup with Cassie in 2018, he’s been linked to Yung Miami, Tina Louise, and Lori Harvey. In lieu of his annual Labor Day weekend white party, he cozied up on a yacht in Capri with model Joie Chavis.
The Ville: Avengeance! —The play supported by St. Louis Shakespeare Festival’s Shakespeare in the Streets, (a grassroots theatrical experience that invites St. Louis neighborhoods to tell their stories) is just what the doctor ordered.
The ACLU of Missouri on Wednesday sued the St. Louis City Department of Corrections for not complying with a request for records pertaining to pepper spray incidents between corrections officers and detainees at the St. Louis City Justice Center (CJC).
Women of Achievement recently honored the 2021 Women of Achievement – a selection of 10 extraordinary volunteers from the St. Louis metropolitan region. The St. Louis Women of Achievement Award, which was founded in 1955, is the oldest, ongoing program in the area whose sole mission is to ho…
A St. Louis doctor is working with the National Institute of Health and CDC to complete COVID-19 vaccine trials and testing studies in local school districts.
The 2021 class of Betty Jean Kerr Scholarship recipients was recently honored during a ceremony at People's Lacy Clay Center for Children's Health.
A former star two-sport athlete at Kirkwood in football and basketball, Maclin went on to success as a collegian at the University of Missouri, and then in the National Football League.
Seven Black and one Samoan American quarterback led their respective teams into the NFL’s opening season games and, apart from two, brought home impressive victories.
NAF — a national nonprofit that works with local business leaders to establish career-readiness programs in schools — is expanding its national network for the 2021-2022 school year with 50 new academies in cities across America, including St. Louis.
Zenzile Miriam Makeba’s decades-long award-winning musical career and her importance in African history and culture will be honored on stage by The Repertory Theater.
A North St. Louis deacon says Alderman Joe Vaccaro, Ward 23, harassed him multiple times while the deacon was outside the Hampton Schnucks collecting petition signatures for Proposition R on behalf of Show Me Integrity’s campaign Reform St. Louis.
September is national sickle cell awareness month. According to the CDC, sickle cell disease occurs in one out of every 365 African American births.
Congresswoman Cori Bush, will receive the National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) 2021 National Leadership Award during the virtual awards event on Sept. 16. The Congresswoman sits as vice-chair of the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism and Homeland Security, and the H…
Two weeks into the school year, many students and parents are still on edge: the delta variant is spreading, and vaccines still aren’t accessible to children under the age of 12. St. Louis schools are presenting a united front against COVID-19 in response to the uncertainty.
“This is a second-rate facility,” Zenobia Thompson, former head nurse at Homer G. Phillips Hospital said of the new clinic bearing that name in north St. Louis during a panel discussion at the Saint Louis University School of Medicine on Wednesday.
Harold Edward Gaskin a lifelong resident of the Maplewood-Richmond Heights area departed this life on Sunday, August 29th at the age of 90. Mr. Gaskin was born in Maplewood, Missouri, on May 6th 1931. He graduated from Douglas High School in Webster Groves, Missouri, in 1950. His wife, Delor…
“I [Dr. Will Ross} got a call from (then-St. Louis mayor) Lyda Krewson, who agreed that the name was chosen to placate the African-American community and get ready buy-in,” Ross said. “She thought it was culturally insensitive.”
The African-American Credit Union Coalition (AACUC) inducted Pier Yvette Alsup, Together Credit Union’s first chief diversity, equity, and inclusion officer, into its Hall of Fame during a virtual black-tie event kicking off the coalition’s annual conference.
Cheryl Walker, a retired real estate investor and financial specialist, wasn’t particularly concerned about the coronavirus as she prepared for her 10-day vacation to Elmina, Ghana. She had been planning the trip since March and did the necessary research. Walker knew that Ghana is one of th…
This week’s paper will feature a story on three local Black women who have gained recognition through their many achievements, a commentary looking to make sense of the new multiracial population data from the latest US Census, and much more...