The Avant Garde Presents Ashley DuBose’s Sophomore Album Release Show
State representative from St. Paul DFL Rep. John Lesch proposed a bill earlier this week that would create a cooperative, private divorce program that avoids the court system for couples with a good enough relationship to work together.
Many former athletes run into financial issues after their careers, be it due to lavish spending habits or a difficulty adjusting to their post-sports lives. That has certainly not been the case for Michael Jordan, however, who is currently one of the richest people on the planet, according to Forbes' latest list of the world's richest billionaires.
Walking with Gods is a live-action, superhero series. It is about a man whose godly powers are realized only when his inner being is balanced and he truly believes in the power within.
Did Mo'Nique lose a starring role in the hit new series Empire because of her reputation for being difficult?
Earlier this month, an attention-grabbing 30-second video, released by the Mystic Valley Area Branch of the NAACP and featuring Medford High School students, debunked many stereotypes and myths about young black men.
The Metropolitan Council opened its waiting list for section 8 federal rent assistance Tuesday for the first time since 2007. They expect to receive more than 60,000 applications for section 8 rent assistance this week.
There was an article circulating on social media a little while ago accusing record labels of seeking out young rappers in the urban community to make money off their talents. But as soon as they come into trouble with the law, the record labels back off and find another young talent to sink their teeth into. Bobby Shmurda's story sounds so similar, it's scary. Take a look:
She’s a big fan of Disney’s Frozen, and loves playing with her dolls. But Esther Okade is also a university undergraduate after starting a degree at the age of ten.
Local auto mechanics are saying it's imperative that you wash your car in the winter months because the mixture of road salt and chemicals can be a recipe for a rust disaster.
Every year, police and prosecutors in Minnesota make about $7 million selling seized items, mostly from drug dealers and drunk drivers, usually spending proceeds on training or equipment. However, sometimes, they get carried away.