April Nevels of the Nevels Sisters, has released the first single from her solo debut album “Krazy Praize.”

Vivian Green talks about how her faith and a positive outlook on life helped her deal with her young son's undiagnosed syndrome. She performs at Dharma Lounge on Thursday.

On her forthcoming CD Blessed, Broken & Given (Tyscot Records), gospel vocalist Lucinda Moore uses the pain of her past to craft fifteen songs to not only please ears, but to also heal souls. The first single “Blessed, Broken & Given” is building momentum at various radio formats. “This is my testimony of what God did for me,” Moore says of the inspiring ballad. “He’s blessed me with a voice but He had to break some things in me in order for me to be given to the nation.“

Rosie O'Donnell's new show "A Family Is A Family Is A Family" raises new questions about how we define family.

VIA ELEV8 If you’re looking for a scapegoat in the obesity epidemic, look no further than soda. It’s the single greatest caloric source in the world, accounting for somewhere between 11 and 19 percent of all the calories consumed worldwide. It’s cheap, addictive, and readily available, which generally means that it will take some willpower […]

From The Grio: Today President Barack Obama signs the Health care and Education Reconciliation Act on 2010 into law. No one has missed the health…

President Obama will be in the Charlotte area to talk about jobs and the economy on Friday. Details about his visit have not been released.

Marketing has something to teach us about ministry.

All black has become a standard for every wardrobe. With this in mind, celebrity stylist Spry Lee Scott teamed with celebrity photographer, Jeffrey Gamble to create this fashion spread, exclusively for OhMySpry.com.

Check out this CSpan video where a caller says too many black people call in.

Are you getting your daily dose of tax tips? One a day could help keep the auditor away. Even better, they could mean savings when you send the IRS your Form 1040. This week I’ll be starting my four part tax series to ensure that you don’t miss out on any credits available to you.

The Millennial Generation, those born between the mid 70s and early 2000s, are more ethnically and racially diverse than older adults, but they're less religious, according to a Pew Research survey.