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TV One’s News One Now Anchor Roland Martin on Mike Brown Shooting

Roland Martin, anchor of TV One’s News One Now has been covering the events daily centered on the shooting of unarmed teen, Michael Brown in St. Louis suburb, Ferguson, Missouri since Brown was killed by 28 year old police officer Darren Wilson on Sunday, August 9, 2014. In this one on one interview with Family […]

Police Officer Named in Shooting Of Unarmed Teen Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO

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Unarmed Teen Shot Dead By Police Near St. Louis

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St. Louis Mixxer Exchange A Make-up Success

St. Louis Mixxer Exchange was a make-up success in St. Louis, June 14th at the Regional Arts Commission June 14th. The expo and networking affair was designed for make-up artists, fashion designer. Attendees poured in to see the latest trends in hair, fashion and make-up and to get information to help them with their careers. […]

Reace and LaToya Wilson Are Making Life Music at Sumthin Bout Favor Music In St. Louis

Reace and LaToya Wilson Are Making Life Music at Sumthin Bout Favor Music In St. Louis

Reace and LaToya Wilson make “life music” that inspires people at Sumthin Bout Favor Music in St. Louis, Missouri.  The husband and wife team started the record company, recording, web design, photography, audio and video production studio in 2008. Since then they have worked with chart topping artists Jibbs, Nelly and Bruno Mars. According to Reace, […]

Teen Boxer Jermesha Poke Wins Main Event At “Saturday Night Fights” In St. Louis

2013 Junior Olympics National Championships Silver Medalist Jermesha Poke increased her boxing stats to twenty-three and two when she defeated fellow teen, D.D. Cruz, Saturday, March 8 in St. Louis, Missouri at “Saturday Night Fights.”   The 15 year-old St. Louis high school student’s boxing match was the main event for the night at “Saturday […]

St. Louis Celebrates African American History Month Honoring Sidney Poitier With Classic Black Film Festival

The St. Louis Black Film Festival celebrates African American History Month with its first Classic Black Film Festival in a tribute to Sidney Poitier, the first African American actor to win an Oscar for Best Actor (1964 Lilies of the Field). The AARP sponsored festival is showcasing eight of Poitier’s movies, including “Lilies of The […]

St. Louis Honors Nelson Mandela’s Life and Legacy

As the world mourned the loss of former South Africa President and civil rights fighter, Nelson Mandela, St. Louis, Mo paid homage to Mandela with the special memorial service, A Tribute to Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela – Celebrating the Life, Legacy and Values on December 12 at Centennial Christian Church before a crowd of local dignitaries. […]

Boeing 777x Contract Is A Game Changer – And St. Louis Is Ready To Play Ball

Missouri Governor Jay Nixon pulled out all the stops to lure the Boeing 777x commercial airline contract, offering $1.7 billion in incentives and tax cuts to steer Boeing to the “Show Me” state. Governor Nixon signed the tax incentive package into state law in St. Louis, at the James S. McDonnell Planetarium on Dec. 10. […]

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