By Travis Milton Outlook Writer Veterans from all over the North Florida/South Georgia region packed the American Legion Hall Post 13 in Tallahassee on Oct. 8 The Department of Veterans Affairs and members of the North Florida/South Georgia Health System came to listen to the needs and concerns of their
By Jeffrey L. Boney Special to the Outlook from NNPA The Black Lives Matter Movement isn’t the only movement that has created a hashtag that has caught on like a wildfire amongst young, Black people – at least not Black youth in Houston.
By Bre-Shara McCall Outlook Writer On Oct. 3, Big Bend Cares hosted its 25th annual AIDS Walk and 5K Run at Cascades Park in Downtown Tallahassee. The event featured live music, HIV testing, food truck vendors, information tables from local healthcare providers and testimonials. “The
By Janelle Floyd Senior Outlook Writer The Tallahassee Fire Department, State Fire Marshal’s Office and the Capital Area Chapter of the Red Cross are reminding residents how to stay safe in a fire emergency. Throughout the week, the three agencies hosted family-friendly events at different locations around the city.
By Mahoganie Reckley Outlook Writer There was standing room only as poetry took center stage at Florida A&M University’s School of Journalism and Graphic Communications gallery on Oct. 7, where FAMU’s Younger Poets Series 2015 was held. Members of the community filled in every possible space to get the chance
By Lavonte Dukes Outlook Writer The Tallahassee Museum hosted the Tallahassee Songwriters Concert on Sunday Oct. 11. It included four songwriters, who are well-known in the Tallahassee area; Steve Leslie, John Kurzweg, David Lareau and Maurice Mangum. Each of the musicians performed different musical styles
By St. Clair Murraine Outlook Staff Writer Coach Alex Wood couldn’t have put it any better after his Florida A&M football team dropped its second straight game at home for its sixth consecutive loss without a win. “It was terrible,” Wood said, following FAMU’s 27-24
By St. Clair Murraine Outlook Staff Writer None of what has transpired after the day that Feleipe Franks kicked a 50-yard field goal was supposed to happen. All the Wakulla High School senior quarterback wanted to do three years ago was get his teammates out of practice
By St. Clair Murraine Outlook Staff Writer From day one, coach Alex Wood insisted that Carson Royal is his starting quarterback for the FAMU football team. That hasn’t changed. Wood doesn’t intend to do so either, although back-up Kenny Coleman has played in
By Mahoganie Reckley Outlook Writer This holiday season a healthy you is a present that doesn’t need wrapping paper or a Christmas tree but it does need a commitment and hard work from you. On Oct. 15 at 6:00 p.m certified wellness coach Heather