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MR. JOY Comes to Playhouse Sept. 23

JOY reflects on the power of maintaining hope and faith through tragedy. Photo provided CINCINNATI—Dayton native Daniel Beaty’s inspiring play MR.…

Black Girls Rock: BET Celebrates Black Women at Annual Event

Taraji P. Henson, the award-winning actress and star of the hit television, hosted show “Empire,” hosted “Black Girls Rock! 2017.”…

The NNPA Issues Call to Support Gulf Area Residents Impacted by Historic Floods

Family of Sonny Messiah-Jiles, the publisher of The Houston Defender, is rescued by boat from their home as a result…

The Western & Southern Open: 1 vet, 1 new, 1 hopeful, and 2 due

By Mark Brown Cincinnati Herald Contributor Photos by Michael Mitchell One of the best things about the Western & Southern…

Is Clinton-Era Trade Bill for Africa Next for the Trump Hachet?

Former President George Bush signing AGOA (TriceEdneyWire.com/GIN) – The Trump administration can’t seem to find an existing trade or aid…

Mixon infamy could be fame

Many feel the Bengals’ new running back Joe Mixon will be a certified star. Photo by Michael Mitchell By Conrad…

Apply now for Preschool Promise tuition assistance

Preschool starts August 21 Parents and caregivers are encouraged to apply now for Preschool Promise tuition assistance with community providers…

Yes We Can!!!!!!!

Dear Editor: The local and national potential political and economic power of Black folks in the country is immense—the Urban…

Simpson presents Youth Gap Analysis Study to Cincinnati Board of Education

Council Member Yvette Simpson last week presented the groundbreaking Youth Commission of Cincinnati youth study titled “It’s Time to Wake…

CPS celebrates return of solar eclipse after 100 years

Walnut Hills High School’s new principal, John Chambers (center), dons his NASA-approved shades with students. Photo provided By Asia Harris…