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How to stay focused might be the most important skill successful people must learn while adapting to an ever changing world. With millions of people forced to work from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, couch time corporate meetings could be fashioned into some sort of normal for many regular hard working Americans. But abruptly […]

Now that certain states have opened up their borders and lifted restrictions on non-essential businesses, some folks are going out. But there’s still no cure for the virus and the number of infections are continuing to increase. We know many of you are ready to get out of your house, but before you do we […]

Gov. Kemp announced today that he will reopen some businesses this week, but they must follow strict guidelines. According to WSBTV, gyms, bowling alleys, hair salons, barber shops, nail salons and other similar businesses can reopen statewide on Friday Theaters, private social clubs, and restaurant dine-in services will open April 27th for the state, while […]

The coronavirus has completely halted most of the American economy. With millions of folks not working, or laid off due to COVID-19, we decided to compile a list of all the companies who are hiring during the shutdown. RELATED: How big companies are treating their employees during Coronavirus ______ Aldi https://careers.aldi.us/ Hiring in all stores […]

The overall risk of the coronavirus or COVID-19 to the general public remains low, although elderly people and individuals with chronic medical conditions may be have increased risk for COVID-19. The best prevention measures for any respiratory virus are: Wash your hands often with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and […]

Since the beginning of time, black people have always been innovative and strategic when it comes to recreating the standard.  In this case, it’s the classic card game UNO. UNO has been an instrumental game that has gathered black households and communities together for some fun. Over time we have recreated the standard rules and […]

A Boston charter school student, a student at a South African private school trying to take exams, a high schooler in Texas named Deandre Arnold, an elementary student in Seattle, and a New Jersey high school wrestler. RELATED: School Says Teen Can’t Walk For Graduation Unless He Cuts His Locs What do all of these […]

  Power Season 6 has no problem killing off its main characters as even Ghost is presumed dead. In episode 11, brought another major character met his demise, in which, we saw Rotimi’s character Dre burn to death in his prison cell. The actor/ musician slid by Hot 107.9 the morning after the episode aired […]

Friends, family, and co-workers, Tis the season for scammers and we want to make sure you are protecting yourself. The FCC collected of 1.4 million fraud reports in 2018 and that number looks to rise in 2020. To make sure you are protecting yourself this holiday season, we’ve set up a list of 5 ways […]

A star player on Kennesaw State’s women’s basketball team has been arrested and charged with murder. Kamiyah Street, the team’s started point guard was arrested last week in connection with a deadly shooting that took place earlier this summer. The boy of 21-year-old Nashiem Hubbard-Etienne was discovered in the parking deck of the Heritage Station […]

Tuesday (November 19) marks 23 years since the world was first introduced to Baltimore’s boy band, Dru Hill. The quartet dropped their self-titled debut album Dru Hill on this day in 1996. The project boasts cult classic R&B hits such as “In My Bed,” “Tell Me,” “Never Make a Promise” and “5 Steps.” Join Our […]

Newly released court documents from Fulton Superior Court reveal the shocking details regarding Alexis Crawford‘s disappearance and death of the 21-year-old Clark Atlanta University student. In those documents obtained by 11Alive, Crawford was allegedly strangled and smothered to death by both her roommate Jordyn Jones and Jones’ boyfriend, Barron Brantley after a physical altercation with Jones. Both […]