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A Soulful  holiday village

African Heritage, Inc., a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the well-being of Black/African American people, will host its second annual Soulful Holiday Village in downtown Appleton. 

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Continental   Training Center Opening

Continental, the leading technology company and premier tire manufacturer, hosted the grand opening for the Employee Training Center. The total investment for the Continental manufacturing site is $1.45 billion.

Tom Joyner Foundation & BetMGM Offer Opportunities to HBCU Students

The Tom Joyner Foundation, a driving force behind scholarship distribution and fundraising for Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), and BetMGM, a leading sports betting and iGaming operator, are partnering to offer an Executive Series to HBCUs nationwide beginning this Fall. 

Adrienne Brown Named Vice President of Development Operations and Services

After a nationwide search, Adrienne Brown has been named NPR's new Vice President of Development Operations and Services. Brown's first day will be February 27.

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‘My Valentine Crush’ Gives Star Closure

While filming her upcoming BET+ film My Valentine Crush, Smith experienced a bit of déjà vu. Similarly, to her character Krystal Johnson, Smith was once pushed to choose between two men she adored.

Graceful Magic

Allison Jenkins is a “gypsy” of sorts, a nomad of musical style. The singer/songwriter seamlessly drifts back and forth from jazz to rock, wooing listeners with each note and lyric she leaves behind. The lead vocalist of the Jackson jazz trio Swing De Paris and the rock band Wooden Finger, Jenkins talked with BOOM Jackson about how she found herself entrenched in what she describes as a “mysterious magical art.”

Tyler Perry Fired His Accountants After Learning The IRS Owed Him $9 Million: I Didn’t Go To College, But I Paid For Harvard Many Times Over In The Mistakes That I Made

Tyler Perry’s previous run-in with the IRS cost the agency $9 million but taught him a valuable lesson. 

A Star is Born

It all started with ducks. As a little girl, Jamie Nash would go visit her grandmother, Jessie Nash, in Memphis. When Nash was in third grade, she and her grandmother, who loved art and design, visited Chickasaw Gardens to paint portraits of ducks. t made her hungry to discover more ways to be expressive. Now Nash, a 25-year-old Madison native, designs and handcrafts jewelry, proving with every piece that the smallest details make the boldest statements.

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