Artelia Jackson has raised three children who all own their own black businesses and has done all of this being a single parent.
Up Close with Jeanie—A new soul food restaurant has opened in our city and it’s on the corner of McKinney Avenue and Hanna Street, G-Ma’s Cafeteria.
My name is Jay Walker and I was born and raised in Fort Wayne, Ind., and I’m introducing a new texture in a variety of flavored gourmet pork, chicken and eventually turkey rinds.
“Hello, Frost Illustrated readers. My name is Robert Jackson but my friends call me Bob. I’m the owner of the 19th Hole Bar and Grill that’s located at 303 E. Tillman Rd., and our telephone number is (260) 387-5428.
Eric Hackley interviews Michelle Baymon and daughter Jada Baymon, who plays football for Shawnee Middle School.
UP CLOSE WITH JEANIE Whatz up, babies? As always, I hope all is well with you and yours and that, you’re still taking the time to bring yourself and others some more joy, beauty, happiness, peace of mind—and most of all, love. For, it’s very important and so are the spotlights that we bring to […]
Victor Eugene Butler, or “Gene” as he is known to most folks in the community, was well aware of the possible pitfalls and failure rates when he decided to forgo the corporate fast track, to go into business for himself. That was 20 years ago.
By Kam Williams Special to the NNPA from the Afro-American Newspaper Kam Williams: I’ve loved all three of your feature films, this new one, and “Hunger” and “Shame” as well. They are so different from each other and yet quite remarkable and memorable, each in their own way. SM: Thank you. Well, I do my best. I’m just happy that […]