Eric Hackley interviews Indiana Miami Nation Chief Brian Buchanan, Brother Kevin Muhammad of the Nation of Islam and talk show host/producer Terry Doran
By Terri Schlichenmeyer The Bookworm Sez It’s always in the last place you looked. You know how it is: you’ve lost something. You look beneath, above, in and out, corners and cabinets. You turn the house upside down but no matter where you look, it’s always in the last place you’d expect to find it. […]
William Wells is, in my opinion, the most important relatively unknown figure of not only the history of this region but of American history. Had Wells made a different decision, Anthony Wayne would not have defeated the Indians of this region.
Joshua Woods was gunned down after being followed home from a mall by four teenagers, seeking to rob Woods and a friend of their recently purchased Air Jordans.
During the week, he’s officer Chris Wyatt, a veteran of 24 years with the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office and Fort Wayne native. On weekends, Wyatt becomes Mr. C., a Christian clown who performs at kids parties, church festivals and other events.
Maybe you’ve heard of Jon Kitna; maybe you haven’t. He was a football player, a quarterback, in the NFL. He played for Seattle, Cincinnati, Detroit and Dallas, and if he was never a marquee quarterback, he was much more than a journeyman.
Late legend is focus of PBS special, DVD By Stacy M. Brown Special to the NNPA from The Washington Informer WASHINGTON, D.C.—More than 43 years after his death and 46 years after the seminal “Purple Haze” recording, legendary musician Jimi Hendrix will be the subject of a television special on PBS next month. The documentary, […]
By Jazelle Hunt NNPA Washington Correspondent WASHINGTON—Every day Richard Green, 67, wakes up in pain. He creeps over to the edge of the bed and sets his feet down, bracing himself for the day ahead. First are the pangs of putting each leg into his slacks. Then, he undergoes the torment of sliding each arm […]