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Since 1794, the voters of Charm City have had the same political reality as most: a four-year ritual of choosing the most qualified mayoral and City Council candidates vying for their support, to serve a prescribed term understood by those very voters...
Tags: Primaries, Politics, Minority Groups, DREAM Act, NAACP
Kinky Friedman, The Bipolar Tour June 19, Café Nine, 250 State St., New Haven, (203) 789-8281, cafenine.com; June 20, Bridge Street Live, 41 Bridge St., Collinsville, (860) 693-9762, 41bridgestreet.com The first thing you should know about Kinky...
Special to the TribuneBefore Jackie Robinson integrated Major League Baseball, before the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. marched on Washington and before Motown changed music, America had Ebony magazine. In its pages, African-Americans saw intimate images of people who looked...
FOX 17 NewsA school teacher and basketball coach from Detroit has been charged with having a large quantity of heroin on I-94 near Battle Creek. Robet Earl Hatchett, Jr. was pulled over on January 26th. Police allegedly found 100 grams of heroin in his SUV,...
Tribune reporterA college athlete formerly from Hyde Park Academy drowned while staying at a Florida resort with her track teammates from Central State University. Jasmine Crenshaw, 22, was last seen Saturday, swimming with teammates in a lake, her mother, Jackie...
wpix.comAfter a heated, raucous meeting Tuesday that lasted nearly 11 hours, the Panel for Educational Policy finally voted at 3:30 a.m. Wednesday to close 19 New York City schools. Almost 350 speakers addressed the panel at Brooklyn Technical High School in...
Chicago TribuneCHICAGO -- A woman and three children were found shot to death this morning in the bedrooms of a Marquette Park bungalow, part of a crime scene police described as "incomprehensible." Two other people were critically wounded and a suspect - a relative...
(WGN-AM)- Rapper Kanye West rewarded Chicago Public Schools students who have improved their grades this year by performing for them in a free concert Thursday afternoon at the Chicago Theatre. The show--dubbed the Second Stay in School Benefit Concert--...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterNEW YORK -- "Finally my mother can see something I've done," said opera singer Nathan Gunn, "that she actually likes." The 37-year-old baritone was speaking of tonight's concert version of the pioneering musical "Show Boat," the centerpiece of a season-...
The life of a black celebrity is perilous enough, but the black celebrity who becomes a spokesperson is asking for pure hell. Not only has the outspokenness of those regarded as radicals gotten them into trouble, but as Gary Giddins' recent book "Satchmo"...
South Florida Sun-SentinelSOUTH FLORIDA SUN-SENTINEL OP-ED ONLINE Is America Ready for a Real Black President? By Norm Vance Are you ready for a peanut butter and hamburger sandwich? Not sure? Yet someone in Bluffton, Indiana insists it was a favorite of her father and herself....
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