Lizzo Debuts Her “Anti-COVID” Song on Instagram

July 31, 2021

Like many others, Lizzo is not playing around when it comes COVID-19 Delta variant. So, the singer-songwriter decided to take her thoughts to Instagram, in a seven-minute “public service announcement” freestyle video where she kindly let her followers know that maintaining six feet away from her is non-negotiable. Lizzo stated; “I don’t care who you […]

Read more

Workers are Facing Increasing Pressure to get Vaccinated Against Covid-19

July 31, 2021

In the United States, Covid-19 cases are back on the rise as the Delta Variant is spreading. Those who are unvaccinated, especially those who are working, ​​are facing increasing pressure to get the Covid-19 vaccine. In the past week, the CDC has updated its guidelines and recommending everyone to wear masks indoors again. President Joe […]

Read more

Black Culture Festival Kicks off at Parcel 5

July 31, 2021

Yesterday, Black-owned vendors from all over Rochester began to set up for the second annual Black Culture Festival. The festival is located in downtown Rochester, at Parcel 5. The Black Culture Festival is a way to celebrate artists and black business owners in the Rochester area. They invite all to ‘come enjoy black art, music, […]

Read more

Violence Prevention Summit Brings National Experts to Rochester

July 30, 2021

On Thursday, Rochester held a Violence Prevention Summit. Mayor Lovely Warren was joined with other leaders to discuss the development of a city-wide approach to reducing shootings and violence. People across the community and the country gave their input on the violence prevention programs. City Councilman Willie Lightfoot stated: “If you keep doing the same […]

Read more

Top 10 Rappers of All Time Based on Units Sold & Streams

July 30, 2021

Who’s your top 5? That’s a question we often discuss at social gathers amongst hip hop fans. On Wednesday a new list was revealed that measures Emcees strictly by the numbers. Because as Lil Wayne says, “Women lie, men lie, number don’t lie”. As a rap fan for over 20 years, I’m happy to say […]

Read more

Back To School Spending To Cost $60 More This Year

July 30, 2021

The National Retail Federation predicts families will spend, on average, nearly $60 more on back-to-school shopping this year compared to last year. The demand for supplies, and inflation are affecting prices on everything from clothes to tech. Experts say it’s too early to tell whether there will be shortages of school supplies. They should have a better […]

Read more

Stop Judging Others And Be Real With You

July 30, 2021

Are you being realistic with yourself? Are you being honest with yourself? I’m asking this because there are a lot of times that we judge others but we do not take any time to look within. Meaning we don’t try to figure out why we feel the way we do about the person we are […]

Read more

NFL Will Fine Unvaccinated Players If They Don’t Follow The Leagues COVID-19 Restrictions

July 30, 2021

The NFL is cracking down on non vaccinated players for the 2021 season. The NFL sent the memo to all 32 teams And according to ESPN the league will find unvaccinated players over $14000 for each violation of the leagues covet 19 protocols. Players must follow the leagues strict protocols such as wearing mask And […]

Read more

CDC To Update Its COVID-19 Guidance: Recommending Face Masks Worn Indoors Includes Fully Vaccinated

July 30, 2021

And just like that CDC is recommending masks be worn indoors even if you are fully vaccinated. The Center For Disease Control and Prevention is expected to update its guidance on Tuesday. They are also recommending face masks for all individuals in K-12 schools. The update comes as Covid-19 cases beginning to rise once again […]

Read more

Judge Said Victims & Families of Florida Condo Collapse Should Get $150 Million

July 30, 2021

According to a Florida judge the victims and families of the Florida condo collapse that killed nearly 100 people June 24 would receive $150 million to start. Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Michael Hanzman said at a hearing the amount would include $50 million in insurance money and at least $100 million from the sale of the […]

Read more