On Monday, September 9th, shortly after midnight, Mr. Collins suffered a massive heart attack and was rushed to Chestnut Hill Hospital where he passed surrounded by family and close friends. Radio One, Philadelphia residents and the broadcast community share this tragic loss of radio legend and community leader, E. Steven Collins and proclaim Saturday September 21st […]

President Johann Calhoun of Philadelphia Association of Black Journalist, invites everyone to join them, September 12, 2013 for a Communication Job Fair. For more details click the link below to listen his interview on the Q Deezy Show.

Hot 107.9 Presents “Back to School Cuts! Join us Tuesday, September 3rd from 10am-3pm At the Philadelphia Hair Company – 5805 Germantown Avenue Giving away 300 FREE haircuts to the 1st 300 kids 18 and under There will be Bookbag and school supply giveaways and we are raffling off $50 Visa Gift Cards every hour courtesy of Western […]

Today,  people use resources like Twitter, Facebook , and Instagram for reckless nonsense. It seems as if people don’t realize the power of the social media. Social networks join  millions of people together   instantly,but sometimes as a people it seems we use if for the wrong things.  We develop trending topics such as #thingsblackpeople say which tend […]

The Philadelphia School District today announced almost 40 schools will close in September 2013 due to major declines in enrollment and very major budget shortfalls. While no teacher lay offs were announced, other jobs are expected to be cut. Here is a list of all schools recommended for closure. If approved, the closings will be […]

Fashionista’s and trendy fellas a-like the WAIT is over. The days of  having to surf online or go to New York to find trendy QUALITY clothing at an affordable price are gory thoughts of the past! Recently, I had the pleasure of going to H&M’s grand opening at King of Prussia Mall. One might immediately say” I […]

Yesterday,Radio One Philadelphia (100.3 WRNB , Praise 103.9 and Hot 107.9) gathered together along side Philadelphia 76ers own Dorell Wright  at Major Events right here in Philadelphia to give back to the community.We were able to get 500 Turkey’s in to the hands of people who really needed them this Thanksgiving! People from all over the Philadelphia […]

Ever wanted to take your partner to an exclusive restaurant but  funds were low? Restaurant week is your chance to win his/her heart through the love of food just in time for cuffing season. With over 50 restaurants raging from American Cuisine to Middle Eastern, there is a wide variety of options to appeal to […]

Philadelphia Mix Master Mayor Mike Nutter announced the dreaded road closures and construction for the Made In America Jay-Z tour and travelers will have 99 problems but a hitch ain’t one at least not until the 30th. Construction on the Parkway will begin this Thursday. Nutter says the construction will cause minimal interruption for motorists […]

Join The African American Museum in Philadelphia (AAMP) as they present their newest exhibit Freedom Riders, a celebration of the diverse and courageous freedom fighters from the Montgomery Bus Boycotters of 1955 and the Freedom Riders of 1961.  Through beautifully haunting oil and canvas representations of the activists mugshots, master artist Charlotta Jansen brings to light the epic story of these extraordinary everyday […]