The unmistakable voice behind songs like “Dancing in the Streets” and “Nowhere to Run” is more powerful than it’s ever been.
Former Philadelphia Mayor Wilson Goode should be retired, but instead, he’s showing children of prisoners that there are positive role models in the world.
Jesse Stone wrote “Shake, Rattle & Roll”, “Flip, Flop, Fly”, “Idaho” and many other hits. He was closely associated with Atlantic Records and was going strong until age 97. Growing Bolder pays tribute to a little-known legend.
From a campus rebellion to a devastating hurricane, Dr. Claudia Thomas has witnessed history and bounced back from adversity.
Barbara Hillary is a 75-year-old cancer survivor who became the first black woman to reach the North Pole.
Renowned dermatologist Fran E. Cook-Bolden says you don’t have to spend a lot on beauty products to look like a million bucks.
Baseball great Monte Irvin was initially tapped to be the first black player to break the color barrier.
No one has done more to innovate and popularize the Lindy Hop than Frankie Manning.