By Jeanie Summerville 1.) Describe the service and/or products that you offer I am a freelance makeup artist who offers various types of makeup services. I offer makeup services for bridal, prom, everyday makeup looks, one-on-one lessons, group lessons, product consultations and more. It all depends on what my clients want. One client may want […]
In amazing act of love, courage, Muslim teacher donates a kidney to Christian student By Ashahed M. Muhammad Special to the NNPA from The Final Call DETROIT (FinalCall.com)–Eighteen-year-old A’ja Booth suffered from nephrotic syndrome, a kidney disease in which protein leaks out of the kidneys into the body. One of the symptoms is excessive fluid […]
By Jeanie Summerville What’s up, babies? As always, I hope everything is well with you and yours and that, you’re still taking time out of your schedules, on a daily basis, to bring yourselves and others some well deserved beauty, joy, happiness and some form of peace of mind. On that note, it pleases me […]
By Jeanie Summerville What’s up, babies? Let’s recap from part one that came to you about the Salvation Army that featured Dewayne Michaels. Dewayne is a production worker at the Salvation Army Thrift store that’s located in Southgate Plaza. We learned about his trials and tribulations and how they were conquered with the help of […]
Editor’s note: The Central High All-Year Blowout of 2015 jumps off on April 25 at the McMillen Park Community Center, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For all festival inquires, visit www.centralhighschoolfest.com or call the African/African American Historical Society Museum (AAAHSM) at (260) 420.0765. Like their Facebook page: www.facebook.com/CentralHighSchoolFest. As part of the historic celebration, Frost […]
By Jeanie Summerville What’s up, babies? As we travel on our journey of love to feel more beauty, joy, happiness and have some form of peace of mind, it pleases me to share part one of a two-part spotlight. The Salvation Army does good by the people in so many different ways and you need […]
By Eric D. Hackley—The Rev. John William Hackley was my great, great, great grandfather who was born in Culpeper, Va., in 1807. He was a barber, carpenter and Baptist preacher.
His parents were Francis (mulatto) and British American Lieutenant John Hackley.
By Jeanie Summerville What’s up, babies? Still continuing the beauty, into Black History Month, we bring to you this week’s spotlight and as he shared some of personal life experiences, as well as, some experiences with the late George Smith. Just sit back, relax and feel the love. This is what was said: “Hello, […]
A lesson in history, politics By Ann McGaw Special to Frost Illustrated South of the border. South America. Bottom of the world. At the end of October I was privileged to travel to an area known as Patagonia in South America. The lower third of both chile and Argentina constitutes that region. After a 10-hour […]
By Clifford Buttram Jr. FORT WAYNE—The MLK Jr. Club Inc. conducted its 18th Annual Santa on Tour event at the Renaissance Pointe YMCA on Dec. 13. The event is an annual cornerstone for the MLK Club as it strives to strengthen its commitment to community service and support and help to project the Dr. Martin Luther […]