TODAY’S SCRIPTURE “Be strong and very courageous, that you may observe to do according to all the law which Moses My servant commanded you; do not turn from it to the right hand or to the left, that you may prosper wherever you go” (Joshua 1:7, NKJV) TODAY’S WORD from Joel and Victoria The Bible […]

from: Just a month and a day after the memorial service of his wife MaLinda Sapp, Grand Rapids pastor and gospel music artist Marvin Sapp was back in the pulpit Sunday, addressing his congregation at Lighthouse Full Life Center Church on Burton Avenue SE. Pastor Marvin Sapp leads the Sunday morning worship service of […]

Radio One’s 30th Anniversary is all about giving back to our communities. On October 14, 2010 our Corporate staff visited the DC Central Kitchen to help prepare meals for the homeless.

MOUNT PLEASANT, N.Y. — A college football player is dead after police in New York shot at his car during a bar brawl. The dead man was identified as Danroy Henry, a junior at Pace University’s suburban Westchester County campus. He was a varsity defensive football player at the school. According to Mount Pleasant police, […]

from: The home going service for Queen of Gospel Albertina Walker was held in Chicago on Friday, October 15th at West Point Baptist Church. Albertina’s funeral was attended by friends and family that remembered her for being approachable, as well as her heart touching Gospel music. >>>>>>>>>>>>Check Out More From Albertina Walker’s Homegoing Service<<<<<<<<< […]

VIA: One day wasn’t enough to say goodbye to the Queen of Gospel Albertina Walker, so she was celebrated on October 14th and 15th with several events in Chicago. A public viewing held and celebration of life worship service at were held at West Point Baptist Church, and there was a concert at the […]

October 15-17 are Community Healing Days We’re coming up on an annual celebration that not everyone is familiar with, but is tremendously important to the Black community. It’s called Community Healing Days, a three day period on the third weekend of every October designed to focus Black people on eliminating the tired, but powerful, myth […]

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution is reporting that Bishop Eddie Long’s church, New Birth Missionary Baptist Church is being sued by Tama Colson for sexual harassment and sexual discrimination over a cell phone picture of one of her supervisor’s genitals. New Birth Missionary Baptist Church is the focus of another lawsuit, this one by a former employee […]

Singer Alicia Keys has given birth to a beautiful baby boy. Swizz and Alicia named their son “Egypt Daoude Dean. Keys reportedly checked herself into New York’s St-Luke’s Roosevelt hospital yesterday. The singer was spotted in NYC’s Soho area earlier in the day. Congratulations!!! Source Pregnant Alicia Keys Strolls Around SoHo [PHOTOS] Pregnant Alicia Keys […]

CBS News’ Christine Delargy gets an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at President Obama’s hour-long youth town hall airing on MTV, BET and CMT Thursday afternoon. MTV’s Sway Calloway and BET’s April Woodard spoke with “Washington Unplugged” before the event about young voters and turnout in the midterm elections.

ATLANTA — Health officials estimate that 1 in 22 black Americans will be diagnosed with the AIDS virus in their lifetime – more than twice the risk for Hispanics and eight times that of whites. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported the numbers Thursday. The report says the lifetime risk is 1 in […]

Daytime hosts Whoopi Goldberg and Joy Behar walked off their daytime show “The View” after Bill O’Reilly indicated that the Fox News Channel majority shareholder funded low­er Manhattan community center should not be built because “Muslims killed us on 9/11”. “My God! That is such bullsh**,” an incensed Whoopi replied. “Extremists did that!” “It doesn’t […]