Founding member of the American musical group, Sister Sledge, Joni Sledge has died. Sledge was discovered unresponsive at her home at age 60 in Phoenix, AZ on Friday, March 10h, 2017. The cause of death is yet to be determined and memorial services will be announced early next week. Formed in 1971, in the city of
Serial entrepreneur, author and small business strategist, Yolanda Keels-Walker, is committed to elevating other women by providing them with her tools for success through her Six-Figure Stylist Tour. The national tour, which kicked off in Philadelphia this past weekend, will make stops in Washington D.C., New York, Boston and Chicago. During the four-hour workshop, attendees
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Planning a party involves organizing hundreds of details, from invitations to decorations, to food and entertainment. Organizing a prom requires much of the same. However, one Philadelphia Catholic school has added an additional item to their to-do list — the inspection and authorization of female students’ prom dresses. Now, an online petition started by disgruntled
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A good 47% of Americans haven’t updated their home decor within the last five years. But that may change for those in Philadelphia. Why? Because The City of Brotherly Love has been voted as the fifth most pest-infested city across the nation. Realator.com, a website meant to help people find new homes all across the
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WDAS Afternoon Drive Radio personality Frankie Darcell presents and directs her second Philadelphia stage production of the 1957 adaptation of Reginald Rose classic hit stage play 12 Angry Men. The high profile court verdicts of O. J. Simpson, Jodi Arias and Trayvon Martin continues to resonate from the courtroom as it did in this 1957
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More than 600 business, civic and education leaders are expected to attend the Philadelphia Mayor’s Masked Ball on March 18 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. Hosted by a diverse group of community leaders, including Philadelphia Mayor Kenney and Dr. Michael L. Lomax, president and CEO of UNCF. The signature fundraising gala aims to provide vitally
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