Aug 31, 2012
The celebration of fatherhood will not be relegated to the month of June. Calvin Mann, founder of Good Fathers Only will not let that happen under his watch. He encourages men to remain in their children's lives, no matter the circumstances.
Nov 18, 2011
Derrick Miles, co-author of THE SUPERHUMAN PERFORMANCE BOOK SERIES will conduct a webinar that will be useful to those unemployed and under-employed, to help define their gifts, and how to utilize them successfully in the workplace.
Oct 31, 2011
For over a decade cousins John Cobb and Ray Edwards, have been working to prove the authenticity of their T206 Honus Wagner Card. Their journey has been long and difficult--the card has been authenticated, follow them as they prepare for auction.
Apr 01, 2011
Joelle Purifoy is a sophomore at NC State University in the College of Textiles. She is competing in the 14th annual fashion expose sponsored by the University's African American Textile Society, called "Carolinas' Next Top Designer".
Mar 30, 2011
Grace Dzidzienyo, President/CEO of enyo International, Inc., announces VIP's that will attend the African Diaspora Business Financing Forum
Mar 15, 2011
Local entrepreneur, and international business consultant , Grace Dzidzienyo hosts a business forum targeting African business owners seeking financing options for their enterprises.
Nov 08, 2010
14 year old Gospel music singing sensation, CJ Ballance hails from a small town in NC. With his vocal range and talent, several gospel industry insiders have dubbed him "the Michael Jackson of Gospel". His first national project is "If God Said It".
Jul 06, 2010
Lake Houston Athletics hosts district 13--the Gulf District's national track & field qualifier events.
May 07, 2010
Sr. Vice President and Editor-in-Chief of BlackEnterprise.com will discuss the Big E's: Employment, Economy, Environment and Entrepreneurship, on The Career Engineer's BlogTalkRadio show, hosted by Francina Harrison.
Jan 11, 2010
The Career Engineer's Network will host a networking event , featuring James Taylor, to educate minority businesses on gaining access to capital in a difficult economy in Washington, DC.