Charity

The High School’s Varsity boys basketball team recently made school history after winning their first state championship March 9. The Bulldogs defeated Tucker High School, 46-43, with a buzzer-beating 35-foot shot from senior Da’Marcus Johnson. They just needed a little monetary help to purchase rings for each player, as memorabilia for the momentous occasion. Entertainers, […]

  Who: Socks and Stuff What:  Walk to Uganda with Vitiligo Bond When: April 15th, 2017 10A-2P Where: 2400 Union Road, SW. Atlanta, GA. 30331 Why: Socks and Stuff, an idea that was started in the library, is a community service based club that focuses on providing necessities to the homeless that you don’t often think […]

If there was any doubt in your mind that Beyoncé is a boss, guess again. Despite her superstar status, Bey continues to lend her time, money and talent to causes that most people forget about. According to reports, the singer helped raise more than $82,000 for Flint residents who continue to deal with the city’s lead-tainted water supply. […]

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2 Chainz has put on his Santa Claus hat and is giving out Christmas gifts a little early this year.

Tracy talks about the nasty car accident that threatened his life and career, his recovery process, his time as a drug dealer, and more.

Fetty Wap is constantly doing great things for people with his millions! The rapper made it rain- in the mall! Click on the audio player to hear Headkrack explain…

As Lamar Odom continues on his long road to recovery, it’s clear that his former NBA teammates will be there to help every step of the way.

What exactly gets Marshawn Lynch to transform into Beast Mode? It might just be a drink from Starbucks.

Let’s face it beauties, we love to shop. But with October being National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, why not spend our hard-earned dollars on products that will benefit research for the disease? Breast cancer remains the most commonly-diagnosed form of cancer for African American women. Worse, our mortality rate is nearly twice as high as […]