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Bobby Brown is headed back on tour allegedly against his will after concert promoters forcefully required him to finish three dates he postponed earlier in the year when his daughter Bobbi Kristina was hospitalized after being found unconscious in a bathtub. MUST READ: Nick Gordon Blasts Bobby Brown & The Browns For Being Greedy On […]

Phaedra Parks is not feeling the love from her fellow Atlanta housewives. They might throw shade and get into nasty fights, but housewives are supposed to stick together, right? Well Phaedra feels like her cast mates on The Real Housewives of Atlanta have abandoned her while she deals with her estranged husband’s incarceration. When Steve […]

Seniors gearing up for graduation at Howard University can breathe a little easier now; the Mecca is implementing a new practice that will surely lower some of those Sallie Mae student loans. Starting next year, the university will cover 50 percent of a student’s final semester if they graduate early or on time. Now there’s […]

Talk about dedicated a worker! When James Robertson’s (pictured) story appeared in the Detroit Free Press about how he walks 42 miles a day roundtrip to get to his $10.55 per hour factory job in Rochester Mills, Mich., because he can’t afford to buy a car, hordes of readers sprung in to action by contributing to a GoFundMe account so […]

  Although social media has blurred the lines between fans and their favorite artists and celebrities, it’s rare we get a real glimpse of who they really are. This is one of those rare moments.   Busta Rhymes wanted to let the fans, writers, and radio stations that have supported OT Genasis‘ “CoCo” record, which […]

  AKRON, OH (WOIO) – When you put money in The Salvation Army’s Red Kettles, you can expect change. The dollars, quarters, nickels, dimes and pennies all add up to positive change in our community, but so far this year, the numbers are not adding up locally. According to Major David Dunham, Area Coordinator for […]

  CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – The Ohio Development Services Agency (ODSA) and the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) want to remind Ohioans that assistance is available if you have been disconnected or are threatened with disconnection from your utility service. The Winter Crisis Program, a component of the Home Energy Assistance Program, provides assistance […]

Even if she carries on as if she’s living in her personal version of Candyland, Mariah Carey is acutely aware of the world around her, and more importantly, what the people who inhabit it make of whatever she’s doing at the time. So it was no coincidence when she took to Instagram to upload a […]

  On Friday, not many knew national TV Personality Montel Williams was right in the middle of Chardon Hilltoppers High School Football Team’s big win in Chardon, Ohio. Williams didn’t make a big deal about it. Williams and Chardon High School go way back on social media. He first reached out to students in 2012 […]

Kerry Washington is calling attention to an often overlooked form of domestic violence, and she’s doing something about it! When listening to the narratives of women who have survived abuse, there’s usually a point in their stories where they share how financially dependent they were on their abuser. These women often have to wait until […]

For Seleste Wisniewski and her four children, President Barack Obama’s decision to postpone executive action on immigration until after the November elections could have real consequences. It could mean her husband will be deported to Mexico in the next few days. Wisniewski’s husband, Pedro Hernandez Ramirez, was notified last week that his one-year reprieve from […]

  CLEVELAND — Hosting the Gay Games and landing the 2016 Republican Convention shows that the outside world is buying into the reality of a new Cleveland . And now that the city has a good product to market, the group selling it will have more money to promote its message. Positively Cleveland is in […]