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November 11, 2017

Hollywood Producer DeVon Franklin to Turn Book on Missouri Teen’s Miracle Into Next Feature Film

Almost three years ago, a 14-year-old John Smith laid on the bottom of Lake Saint Louise for about 15 minutes after falling through ice. In the emergency room, doctors and nurses tried to get a heartbeat for 45 minutes, but... Continue Reading →


Black St. Louis MBAs to Host Entrepreneur Think Tank November 18th

The St. Louis Chapter of the National Black MBA Association, Inc. (NBMBAA) will host its Entrepreneur Think Tank on Saturday, November 18 at T-Rex, 911 Washington Ave. in downtown St. Louis. The event will feature diverse workshops facilitated by local... Continue Reading →

WATCH: COGIC Bishop Charles Blake Sr. Reads Open Letter to St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson on Steps of City Hall, Threatening to Hold Future Convocations Elsewhere Unless Steps Are Taken to Implement Recommendations For Local Police Reform In Response to Stockley Verdict

“As COGIC holds its 110th Annual International Holy Convocation during a time of outrage and grief, we are compelled to work in the interest of justice,” Church of God In Christ Presiding Bishop Charles Blake Sr. read at the steps... Continue Reading →

Funeral and Military-Memorial Service Held for Victims of Texas Church Shooting on Veterans Day

A funeral and a military-memorial service for victims of the Texas church shooting were held Saturday on a Veterans Day scarred by the knowledge that half the victims had connections to the Air Force. About 100 people gathered outside the Sutherland Springs... Continue Reading →

Shiloh Church Jacksonville to Celebrate Pastor H.B. Charles Jr.’s 9th Anniversary As Its Pastor on Tomorrow

On tomorrow, Sunday, November 12th, Shiloh Church in Jacksonville, FL, will celebrate Pastor H.B. Charles Jr.'s 9th anniversary as its pastor and leader. See the celebratory announcement below: Join us tomorrow as we celebrate 9 years as pastor and... Continue Reading →

2017 Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Arrives in New York City

The holiday season is officially underway: The Rockefeller Center Christmas tree has finally arrived. The tree arrived around 8 a.m. Saturday morning from State College, Pennsylvania, CBS New York reports. The Norway spruce stands 75 feet tall and roughly 50 feet... Continue Reading →

Melania Trump Spends Time With Military Families During Visit to Base in Alaska

Melania Trump might have been a fashion model at one time in her life, but she had no qualms ripping off a chunk of messy play dough and getting her hands dirty, just like the three preschoolers seated at the... Continue Reading →

GracePointe Church In Tennessee Is Proof That Evangelical Megachurches Will Pay a High Price If They Choose to Compromise With the World by Accepting Homosexuality and Same-Sex Marriage

A once-large Nashville-area Evangelical congregation that made headlines after its pastor announced that the church would conduct same-sex marriages is selling its campus and relocating to a rented space. After his announcement of LGBT support in 2015, Pastor Stan Mitchell... Continue Reading →

Plague Fears Grow As Malawi Becomes 10th Nation Put On Alert for Deadly Outbreak

Malawi is bracing itself for an outbreak of the plague after the deadly disease continues to spread across the island nation of Madagascar. At least 143 people have died and more than 2,000 others have been infected in Madagascar since... Continue Reading →

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