By Frederick H. Lowe Trice Edney News Wire Like President Richard Nixon did in 1972 when he flew to Beijing, China, to meet with Chairman Mao Zedong of the People’s Republic of China, to normalize relations between the two countries, President Barack Obama flew to Havana, Cuba, on
By James Washington Special to the Outlook from NNPA This may sound familiar to some of you as I am commenting on an earlier article. There is a passage in scripture that tells us to be careful about how we entertain strangers because they in
Back in 2009 when Tavoris Cloud was preparing to challenge for the vacant IBF light heavyweight title, Tony Messina showed up at his training camp. Minutes after hopping out of the car following the drive from Tallahassee to Ocala, Messina rushed to meet Al Bonnani. Messina smiled broadly.
By St. Clair Murraine Outlook writer One answered to nickname “Smokes,” as in being able to move so fast on the basketball court that his blazing sneakers cause smoke in the opponents’ face. Another one answers to “Too smooth.” The sixth and seventh-grade boys on the
By Marquavia Smith Special to the Outlook Early in his career as a professor at FAMU, Willie Roberts didn’t just go to the faculty dining hall to eat. He had to be there to see one of his female peers, too. His admiration for her grew each
By MarKeith Cromartie Outlook Writer The overflowing parking lot was the first sign that something grand was happening in the Southside Shopping Plaza. A clearer message was sent by the number of packed shopping carts being pushed out of the new Piggly Wiggly. Thousands of southside residents packed
By St. Clair Murraine Outlook staff writer Justin Bruno has asked a Leon County court to assist him in his fight for “what’s right” in his attempt to prevent his recent election as president of FAMU’s Student Government Association from being overturned. Bruno and his running mate
Staff Report FORT LAUDERDALE- The 2016 Florida AIDS Walk and Music Festival, an annual 5K walk that raises funds for HIV/AIDS services throughout Florida, gather over 2,000 participants March 20. This year’s walk took place at Fort Lauderdale Beach with a live concert from chart-topping hip-hop recording artist Flo Rida.
[subtitle]Group seeks answers on advertising dollars [/subtitle] By Barrington Salmon Trice Edney News Wire The federal government, through its various agencies, spends considerable sums of money every year on advertising and representatives from two prominent newspaper organizations are pushing to find out exactly how much of these dollars flow
Special to the Outlook On Feb. 29, students at the Delta Kappa Omega Providence Community Service Center (DKOPCSC) had an opportunity to take an imaginary bus trip to visit some “Hallowed Grounds: Sites of African American Memories” in Tallahassee as a culmination to their Black History Month studies.