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These Tax Tips Can Make Filing (1040) EZ

With Tax Day approaching, there’s no time like the present to get started on your 2022 returns and submit them well before the April 18 deadline.

This year, you have a few extra days to complete your taxes. With the typical deadline of April 15 falling on a
weekend, followed by Emancipation Day on Monday, this year’s filing date is on Tuesday, April 18.

“Though there are a few extra days to file, make sure to still give yourself ample time to gather and organize your
tax information to take advantage of any and all tax deductions, or other tax breaks that may apply to you and
your family,” says Kelly Perez, Wealth Advisor for J.P.
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On this day in Hip Hop history, the rapper-turned-actor Will Smith and DJ Jazzy Jeff released their second LP, He’s the DJ, I’m the Rapper. This was the first double album in Hip Hop in its original vinyl state and is certified platinum by the RIAA.

It can be said that without this album, Will Smith would not be where he is today. The success this album provided for Smith gave him the exposure to take his talents from music to the screen.… Read more



 MARCH 29, 2023

Could Tekashi 6ix9ine be calling Cuba home? After being on the receiving end of a brutal beating at a LA Fitness in Florida, new footage shows the rapper in an entirely different country.

According to HipHopDX, 6ix9ine is currently in Pinar del Rio, the tenth-largest city in Cuba. In a video, the rapper is seen in a straw hat and scaling a mountain.

6ix9ine was attacked at a South Florida gym, but he won’t let that make him leave the area.… Read more



 MARCH 29, 2023

For weeks Xscape singer LaTocha Scott has been swamped on social media by allegations that she stole money from her sister, Tamika Scott. Tamika tearfully revealed during an episode of their reality TV show ‘SWV & Xscape :

Queens of R&B’
In a new interview LaTocha claims Tamika never mentioned any missing money before she said it on the show and that she stopped speaking to LaTocha after the cameras stopped rolling.… Read more

City lifting Winter Parking Restrictions 8 a.m. today, March 29

The City of Minneapolis is lifting Winter Parking Restrictions effective 8 a.m. today, March 29.

The City of Minneapolis implemented Winter Parking Restrictions Jan. 25 after significant snow accumulation narrowed city streets making access difficult for emergency vehicles. Limiting parking to one side of most neighborhood streets created more reliable vehicle access for emergency responses.

Milder weather has allowed the snow pack to melt, returning streets to more normal conditions. Beginning 8 a.m. today, normal parking rules will apply on all city streets in Minneapolis. … Read more

State program aims to better connect children with incarcerated adults

By Fox 9 Staff

PublishedMarch 28, 2023 1:36PM



ST. PAUL, Minn. (FOX 9) – With a recent survey showing about 1 in 5 kids in Greater Minnesota have or once had a parent or guardian in jail or prison, the Minnesota Department of Health, the University of Minnesota, the Minnesota Sheriff’s Association, six county jails and others are joining together to help children of incarcerated parents maintain ties. 

The University of Minnesota says children with an incarcerated parent are at an increased risk of illness, poor mental health, substance abuse and poor academic outcomes.… Read more

Genius Black Teens Solve Math Problem Believed to Be Impossible For 2,000 Years


Women and girls around the world are showing out for Women’s History Month this year. Two Black teens from New Orleans do the unthinkable by solving a math problem believed to be unsolvable for 2,000 years. Read more about these two amazing high school students inside.

Calcea Johnson and Ne’Kiya Jackson are the two high school students from New Orleans, Louisiana have reportedly solved an “impossible” math problem. The genius girl duo presented their research at a recent conference where they were the only high schoolers in attendance.… Read more

Megan Thee Stallion & Mariah Carey Named Pride In The Park Headliners

The long-running Pride festival in Los Angeles, California will have two superstar headliners this year – Megan Thee Stallion and Mariah Carey.

The organizers of Pride In The Park announced on Tuesday (March 28th) that the R&B legend and the Hip-Hop star will be the featured headliners for the flagship event for Southern California’s LGBTQ+ community.

Carey shared the flyer for the festival on her Twitter account with fans, writing: “I’m thrilled and honored to be a part of LA Pride 2023!… Read more

Wife Of Late Roots Bassist Suing Questlove And Black Thought For Fraud

The wife of the late great Leonard “Hub” Hubbard believes The Roots are not men of their word. She is suing Questlove and Black Thought for fraud.

As spotted on The Philly Voice Stephanie Hubbard is alleging that the legendary band is withholding monies that she believes are due to the bassist. On December 16, 2021, Leonard Hubbard passed due to blood cancer. Prior to his death, he had claimed that the group was shortchanging him based on a contract he signed stating he was a co-owner of the band.… Read more

Meek Mill Pitches Ravens QB Lamar Jackson To Patriots Owner

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft revealed that Meek Mill reached out to encourage him to trade for star Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson.

As the National Football League held its annual meeting in Phoenix, Arizona on Monday (March 27th), Kraft spoke to reporters and revealed that he had a conversation via text with the “Dreams & Nightmares” rapper three days earlier. “Meek Mill texted and said, ‘Lamar Jackson wants to come to the Patriots,’ Kraft said before adding, “I said, ‘That’s Bill Belichick’s decision.’”… Read more

Minneapolis City Council vote could bring major changes to Minneapolis Police Department

Jay Kolls KSTP
Updated: March 27, 2023 – 10:35 PM
Published: March 27, 2023 – 10:12 PM

Attorney’s Office will explain a consent decree regarding the Minneapolis Police Department (MPD) to Minneapolis City Council members, multiple sources tell 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS.

Minneapolis and the state agreed last August to negotiate the terms of a consent decree, or court enforceable agreement, which is expected to include major reforms within MPD. 

City Council members expect to see the final version of the consent decree Thursday, when they’ll be able to ask questions about details of the agreement. … Read more