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 […]
UP CLOSE WITH JEANIE Whatz up babies? Have you ever seen this man with his horses and carriage traveling throughout our fair city? Well, I have and it’s a beautiful sight to see. To me, the service that he provides to the people is simply unique because it’s another opportunity for anyone to feel as […]
My name is Steven Manning and my passion is to communicate to people that no matter where you are in life, GOD has deep intense love for you. HIS powerful love, took me from the depths of a horrible depression to a joyful and successful life.
Hello, Frost Illustrated readers. My name is Eunice R. Taylor and I’m employed full-time as a case manager and chaplain at the Charis House, which is the women’s and children’s division of the Rescue Mission here in Fort Wayne and I love what I do. So, now I‘m going to share with you how it all happened and how I used to be
Eric Hackley interviews well-known playwright, poet, activist and Vietnam veteran Charles Augusta Jones about his experiences in the Vietnam War.
It’s a pleasure to be back here on Hackonomics. You know, the last time I was here on Hackonomics, I was an angrier young man because I was pretty much fed up with these systems that people fall prey to. And, what you’re gonna find is that people choose the systems of governmrnt religion, entertainment, education.