By Marcus Robinson It was a very tense moment at Robeson High School as John Hope College Prep battled St. Frances High in the state regional basketball game. The clock was ticking and it seemed that that John Hope would lose the game, but John Hope wasn’t about to give up just yet. As the […]
submitted by Marcus Robinson During the last week of January Sox fans were treated to Sox fest at the Hilton Hotel in the south Loop. Many former Players were on hand to talk to fans; Bo Jackson, Harold Baines and Carlton Fisk to name a few. Here are some shots.
by Marcus Robinson It was a very tense moment at Robeson High School as John Hope College Prep battled St. Frances High in the state regional basketball game. The clock was ticking and it seemed as though John Hope would lose the game, but John Hope wasn’t about to give up just yet. As the […]
Attn. Emergency appeal: This is Dr. Maat calling on behalf of BNICEH and IMPRUVE. We need to sell 220 more Carson Books at $5 each to reach our goal by Community Days Feb. 23-25, and raise initial fund raising fees for BNICEH 25TH ANNIVERSARY. Spring Wellness Fair to be held April 8. Cecelia Jackson 773-554-9488 […]
Submitted by Bernie Gresham 2/8/17 You are invited to a special performance of the new Soul, Hip-Hop band the Urban Gypsies Music Group Chicago ( UGMG – Chi) on March 15th at the Underground Wonder Bar. UGMG – Chi has been playing for enthusiastic fans for the past 3 years and has been identified as […]
February 8, 2017 Wanda Carter, Publisher I’m working with some young people who have been recently released from prison, or been injured by gun violence, and or just needing to work because they haven’t been able to find employment and what I’ve discovered is that they’re just young people in need. Growing up in Chicago […]
Edited by Deborah Smith, CCNM Communication Director Starting my second day on this job. I hate I’ve got to work but I have no choice. Life and making better decisions is all about sacrifices. I’m smart enough to know I have to sacrifice. The hood, the streets, my people, no one is going to […]