Feb. 13: Ms. Lauryn Hill, The Tabernacle, 9 p.m.
On January 9, with the passing of the prolific poet, playwright, essayist, and critic Amiri Baraka, one of the literary giants of the 20th century was called home.
I believe Hollywood is offering an alternative to go along with the national attack on black men. In most of our minds, the image of the black man is tarnishing, but the black woman has always stayed by the black man – up until now.
The aromatic flavors and wholesome ingredients found in comfort food can take us back to another place in time – a place that conjures up happy, feel-good memories, along with the completely satisfied feeling that comes after enjoying a hearty meal. But those same flavors and ingredients can also serve as a foundation for creating new, inspiring twists on traditional dishes from the past.
It is not about what whites or what other races have done to harm or oppress African Americans, it’s about what African Americans have been doing to hurt themselves that troubles visual artist James Pate.
If we are witnessing the rebirth of black cinema, then Will Packer is quickly becoming one of the leaders of the new era.
More good news keeps coming for consumers in early 2014. On the heels of new mortgage rules that took effect January 10, the following week four banks making payday loans pulled their products from the market.
Looking to celebrate its long-time supporters, many of whom reside in the metro Atlanta; Childspring is hosting its 6th Annual Black-Tie Gala Sat., March 29, at The Atlanta History Center.
What happened? Why It Happened? Can it happen Again?
The finger-pointing began almost immediately -- and two days after Winter Storm Leon left the region, it’s still going on.
MARTA is planning a modified rail and bus schedule today that will maximize its weather-strained resources while offering customers safe transit access to popular commercial corridors, high ridership areas and major medical facilities
A journal discovered at Darion Marcus Aguilar's home may explain why the 19-year-old walked into a busy mall in Columbia, Maryland, on Saturday and killed two employees of a skateboard apparel shop before turning the shotgun on himself.
January 15, 1969 only nine short months since the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the city of Atlanta gathered with heavy hearts and somber souls to celebrate the birthday of a life that ended too soon.
The African migrants in Israel have been demonized in both the mainstream but most especially by leaders of hard, right-wing organizations, who see them as a threat to the demographics of Israel.
Chilly outside? Nothing warms like a steaming bowl of soup. If thoughts of a cozy and comforting pot of soup make you hungry, here is a recipe that’s short on time, but long on flavor and satisfaction.
Now through Jan. 31: “One Day In January”, photo exhibition of King Center’s first Ecumenical Service by Horace Henry. Auburn Avenue Research Library First Floor Gallery, 101 Auburn Ave. Atlanta.
"Ride Along’’ arrived in first place at the box office last weekend. The question is does the film have enough gas to stay in that top spot for a second week?
Georgia’s third-largest school district no longer faces an imminent threat of accreditation loss, after a tumultuous few years that included the rare step of the governor removing a majority of the local school board.
The Trumpet Awards Weekend is the brainchild of Trumpet Awards Foundation founder and CEO Xerona Clayton, one of the first African Americans who appeared regularly on Atlanta television.
Lattimer Communications announced that Isadora V. Brown, director of Account Planning and Consumer Engagement, has been promoted to vice president.
The right to carry is being used left and right (no pun intended) and everywhere. But there remains a clear dividing line between those who support and those who oppose the current and proposed laws about the owning and carrying of firearms.