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Miss Sweet Potato Pie, a beloved business with a 25-year history of bringing smiles to children in Rochester, has opened a new space in the Marketplace Mall. The grand opening of Miss Sweet Potato Pie World took place on Monday, offering a new event space that owners describe as similar to Chuck-E-Cheese. During the celebration, […]

Childish Gambino announced the July release of his final album, “Bando Stone & The New World,” and released the first single from the album, “Lithonia,” a track that marks a shift to a rock sound with heavy guitars and reverb vocals. The song is named after a city in Georgia, the setting of his TV […]

In a recent TikTok video, Jamie Foxx recounted his frightening health scare from 2023, where he experienced a severe headache that led to a 20-day loss of consciousness. Foxx explained that after requesting Advil for his headache, he suddenly blacked out and woke up weeks later with no memory of the events. He mentioned that […]

In anticipation of July Fourth, many pet owners are seeking ways to alleviate their dogs’ anxiety caused by fireworks. Rori Chang, from Glendale, Arizona, uses action movies to mask the noise for her golden retriever, Ava, who fears loud sounds. Veterinarian Dr. Kelley DeGroff in Phoenix reports increased requests for anxiety medications weeks before the […]

The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services has awarded Action for a Better Community (ABC) a $17 million grant to continue operating Early Head Start and Head Start programs in the fall. Despite this funding, ABC’s Early Head Start program, which serves pregnant women, infants, and toddlers up to age 3, will not be […]

The FBI has linked a man to operating  an online pornography market place known as the “Ho Zone” and trying to identify at least 900 victims. The man identified as Kyle White used the online name “THZ Admin” on the app Telegram and distributed Sexually explicit contact of victims including minors and adults for at […]

Arthur “Big Boy” Crudup, often referred to as the father of rock ‘n’ roll, wrote the 1946 song “That’s All Right,” which became Elvis Presley’s first hit. Despite his significant contribution to music, Crudup received minimal royalties due to a recording contract that funneled earnings to his manager. Crudup spent his later years in Virginia […]

Medical schools in the U.S. are facing challenges in increasing the number of Black doctors, particularly after the Supreme Court’s 2023 ruling against affirmative action and subsequent anti-diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) legislation in several states. This is especially problematic in states like Mississippi, where nearly 40% of the population is Black, but only 10% […]

As the 4th of July approaches, Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester, NY, is preparing for the holiday, with the Adult Emergency Department fully staffed for both July 4th and 5th. Dr. Aekta Miglani, Medical Director of the Adult Emergency Department, notes that the hospital’s urgent care centers will be open from 9 AM to 5 […]

Cuts For Peace at Andre’s Barbershop 881Portland Ave July 8th, 4pm – 7pm, free haircuts for kids ages 7 – 17.  


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