Opinion: on being a Black queen

By| Brianna Hicks In a society where black women are often stereotyped as being ugly and ratchet, Black women, have joined together to fight back. In a recent study done by Nielsen, it showed that Black women are the fastest-growing group of female entrepreneurs. This accomplishment has been a long time coming for African American […]

The Never Again Movement continues to Evolve

By| Eboni Walker #NeverAgain was created by victims of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School (MSDHS) in Parkland where a teen by the name of Nikolas Cruz fired gunshots at old schoolmates and teachers, killing 17 in total. According to officials, a student by the name of Cameron Kasky, invited friends over after a candlelight […]

Solar Power Options in Tallahassee

By| Destiny McIntosh   Going green and reducing your carbon footprint one step at a time. The City of Tallahassee is now offering solar power for local residents. The city of Tallahassee is now offering greener friendly ways to help you and your family reduce your carbon trail. How it works, customers will receive all of […]

She Nailed it

By| Destiny McIntosh   From the sunny south to the capital city, this young entrepreneur is creating a lane of her own and demolishing the industry along the way. Sydnee Freeman, 22, was like any normal college student. She loved the glitz and glam that came along with college life. After realizing her own talents and […]

Lets Tap into Some Water

By| Lyric Mattair   Water is one of the best solution to any problem. Want clearer skin, want more energy, drink water! There are things you probably thought water wouldn’t do to your body; and that’s fine, I’m here to help you get a little more in depth into the benefits of water. The most […]

Young, Black, and Well Traveled

By| Ricardo Brown In recent years, there has been an exciting surge of African-Americans traveling and exploring the world. Black people are taking the opportunity to visit countries outside of the United States to see what other cultures have to offer. Jarveal Baker was someone that took notice of that a few years ago. Jarveal […]


By| Javon Cohen   Presented by Florida A&M University Foster-Tanner Fine Arts Gallery and the Artist in Bloom Festival featured an Exhibition of Wood Carvings by a fifth-generation wood carver, LaVon Van Williams Jr. The exhibit features many of Williams’ stained reliefs and figures carved out of wood that captures church-going men and women, jazz […]

Polo’s Refuge Gives Hope to Dogs Forgotten

By| Chelsey Brown Polo’s Refuge, a senior retirement home for Shih Tzu’s is a sanctuary for senior dogs that each come from different walks in life. President and Founder of Crossroads Shih Tzu Rescue and Polo’s Refuge, Leann Lund started this venture after her experience with animal rescue shelters that only catered to the “cute […]