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Black Grads Face Stiff Fight for Few Jobs

The job prospects for African-American college graduates are dim, experts say, with just the barest glimmer of hope. "African-American graduates continue to have a...

Tiny Teachers Celebrated in D.C.

Fourteen of D.C.’s youngest teachers were recently celebrated by Roots of Empathy Founder Mary Gordon and school representatives, volunteers and students for their contributions...

Sean Combs Delivers Commencement Speech at Howard

WASHINGTON (AP) — Rapper and music mogul Sean Combs has received an honorary degree at one of the nation's most prestigious historically Black universities. Combs...

Bold Colors, Innovative Designs Highlight Runway Fusion’s 2014 Show

Models Inc., a Washington, D.C.-based modeling troupe, presented its Runway Fusion 2014 fashion show April 25 in a show while partnering with MetroHealth to...

Aaron Jonesnot Just Another AAU Basketball Coach

Ask D.C. OR NOTHING AAU basketball coach Aaron Jones what coaching means to him and he responds with a single word: “Everything.” His team...

May 17thThey Also Made Brown Happen

Brown v. Board of Education, the landmark decision changing the course of history on May 17, 1954, provided a new outlook on the prospect...

Relisha ‘Will Not be Forgotten’

It has been more than two months since 8-year-old Relisha Rudd went missing from the Washington, D.C., shelter she had called home for two...

Hookah bar controversy continues in DC

Despite warnings by medical experts, hookah or water pipe smoking is increasing across the US. The pace of this socializing tool is increasing so...

Roger Colbert Named UDC’s Assistant Men’s Coach

University of the District of Columbia’s Head Coach Scott Urick recently announced the hiring of Rodger Colbert as the Assistant Men's Lacrosse Coach. "I...

DCPS Celebrates Teacher Appreciation Week With #DCPSlove

On May 5, District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS) kicked off a week of celebrating, honoring and thanking teachers as part of national Teacher...

D.C. Area to Kick Off Bike to Work Week 2014

Thousands of area commuters will strap on their helmets and get on their two-wheelers to celebrate this year’s Bike to Work Day. The event,...

‘What Life Has in Store’

Sheena D. Horne Productions, a local production company will present its stage play “What Life Has in Store” on May 23 and 24 at...