The B.O.B. Bounce Morning Crew

Hosted by Tere Mays Hill Inspiring The Community to Boldly Live, Love and Laugh Bradenton, FL – The B.O.B. Bounce Morning Crew hosted by Tere Mays Hill joins Public Radio Lineup.  Show Host, Tere Mays Hill and 1490 WWPR Talk Radio are excited to bring you a locally produced talk show that is structured to […]Read More


NAACP revealed that legendary entertainer, film icon and two-time Image Award recipient Eddie Murphy will be inducted into the acclaimed NAACP Image Awards Hall of Fame during this year’s ceremony. Additionally announced, Image Award Outstanding Female Artist nominee Jazmine Sullivan will perform–along with Grammy Award-winning singer Maxwell, who will celebrate the 25th anniversary of his debut album Urban Hang Suite–during  the 52nd […]Read More

Charles H. Wright Museum in Detroit Now Home to Tuskegee

The Tuskegee Airmen National Museum, which honors the legacy and achievements of the nation’s first all-Black air fighter squadron, has moved to the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History in Detroit. Housed in the Coleman A. Young Gallery – named after Detroit’s first Black mayor who was himself a second lieutenant, bombardier, and navigator in the Tuskegee Airmen. […]Read More

Local employers welcome to attend the virtual college career fair

SARASOTA, Fla. (March 15, 2021) – Employers from Sarasota-Manatee are invited to participate with businesses from across the state and nation in a unique and exciting job fair involving more than 50 local college students. The Cross College Alliance (CCA) “Reverse Career Fair” — a fully virtual and free event — will be held on Thursday, March […]Read More


By Margaret Boyles It’s time for spring-cleaning. With COVID-19, we’re also thinking about disinfecting the home. The good news is that coronavirus is easily destroyed by most disinfectants. But what is the best “disinfectant”—and what is not (e.g., vinegar)? Here are some facts to dispel the confusion—plus helpful tips on cleaning. Much of the COVID-19 “information” making the rounds […]Read More


Florida A&M’s LeBron Nike Deal Features Millions in Gear and

The first LeBron James-branded Nike college sports apparel agreement is heavy on promotion and marketing, a novel advantage for the Football Championship Subdivision school that landed it. Last week, Nike announced the six-year apparel partnership with Florida A&M, which will outfit all the Historically Black University’s athletic programs while adorning the Rattlers’ men’s and women’s basketball players in […]Read More

Top 3 Keys to the “Solopreneurship” Kingdom and How to

by: Courtney Rosenfeld MSV You have your idea — an innovative concept that only you can fully realize. You have some funds saved up to make it happen. What next? What do you need to become the “solopreneur” you know the world needs? Becoming a solopreneur and focusing on only one business or product, gives […]Read More

Creature of The Golden Stool

This month of January marks almost 200 hundred years since the battle of Nsamankwo,  which occurred between the British and the Ashanti Kingdom. On January 22, 1824, in the Battle of Nsamankow, the Ashanti Kingdom brutally defeated the British forces. This war forms part of a total of four Anglo-Ashanti wars; Nsamankow war (January 21, […]Read More

Prayer is coming back to the Manatee County school board

The Manatee County School Board has yielded to the secularists and, quite understandably, to the recommendations of its professional staff. It will no longer continue the decades-old tradition of beginning School Board meetings with the Lord’s Prayer. There was considerable pressure and power arrayed against the board members, from their own administrator and attorney, from […]Read More


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