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July 31, 2016

WATCH: New Promotional Teasers Released For ‘The Preachers’, Debuting July 11th

Want an early taste of the personalities, chemistry and shenanigans of the four men chosen for FOX’s new talk show, “The Preachers”? The daytime program, which officially debuts July 11, 2016 is promoting its upcoming test run with new promotional... Continue Reading →


J.K. Rowling Confirms End of Harry Potter Series: ‘Harry Is Done Now’

Say goodbye to the Boy Who Lived. J.K. Rowling confirmed Saturday that Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, the eighth installment in the beloved series, will be the last. "He goes on a very big journey during these two plays... Continue Reading →

For Los Angeles’ Rev. Frederick Howard, Ministry Extends Far Beyond the Pulpit

The Rev. Frederick Howard’s passion for ministry extends beyond the pulpit into every area of his life. Whether serving as a spiritual leader, working as a real estate agent, publishing a newspaper or performing in stage plays, he is driven... Continue Reading →

Berean Seventh-day Adventist Church Takes First Place in Bible Quiz-O-Rama

On July 23, Los Angeles Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) churches of Los Angeles County once again came together for the annual Bible Quiz-o-Rama (QOR) challenge 2016, which was held at Breath of Life SDA Church in Inglewood, CA. Berean SDA Church... Continue Reading →

Ward AME Church Holds Community Health Fair

A passport to wellness is promised at the Community Health Fair sponsored by Ward AME Church. The event is set for Sunday, July 31, from 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m., in the church’s Margaret Murray Fellowship Hall, 1177 West 25th... Continue Reading →

Bishop Neil C. Ellis Promotes Pastor Marvin Sapp to Metropolitan Bishop Overseeing 100 Churches

Bishop Neil C. Ellis, presiding prelate of Global United Fellowship, has promoted recording artist, pastor and Bishop Marvin Sapp to metropolitan bishop. In this position, he will oversee more than 100 churches in Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Oklahoma, Ohio and Texas.... Continue Reading →

Florissant, Missouri Police Department Protested for Racial Profiling

In the midst of inflamed Black Lives Matters’ protests across the country, one man is pursuing his own demonstration against the Florissant Police Department for what he believes was racial profiling. Unfortunately, he may have a recent U.S. Supreme Court... Continue Reading →

Tim Kaine’s Connection to the Black Community May Be a Boost for Hillary Clinton

During the week Tim Kaine was selected as the vice presidential candidate by Hillary Clinton, many liberals – some of whom had deluded themselves with the pipe dream that Elizabeth Warren (or, even more delusionally, Bernie Sanders himself) might be... Continue Reading →

St. Louis College of Pharmacy Graduates 11 African Americans

St. Louis College of Pharmacy (STLCOP) graduated 215 students from their six-year Doctor of Pharmacy program in 2016, 11 of whom were African Americans. This year marked a milestone in the College’s 2020 Strategic Plan, in which a new 213,000... Continue Reading →

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