24-Year-Old Entrepreneur Bryce Thompson Delivers $100,000 in Scholarships to 10 HBCU Students Powered by IAMS Foundation and Scholly

Article Submission Winners surprised in their hometowns with $10,000 check. (ATLANTA, GA) — 24-year-old entrepreneur, investor, and former Morehouse student Bryce Thompson awarded $100,000 in scholarships to 10 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) students to kick off Black History Month.

Jarrod Horton shows 20 Photos from Chicago’s West Side in 2020

By: Jarrod Horton Staff Writer 2020 will probably be documented as one of the most memorable years in America history. There was COVID_19 pandemic, nationwide riots due to police shootings, and the unfortunate passing of NBA legend of Kobe Bryant.  

Tony Abruscato Talks about his One-of-a-Kind Mobile Plant Truck in Chicago

By: Jarrod Horton Staff Writer Mobile businesses have become a staple in this country. Almost in any community, someone will put up on four wheels and sell you food, wash your car or groom your dog. Now in Illinois, you can add plants to the list of products and services

BTN Interview: Just Blaze Talks about Working with JAY Z and Rick Ross

By: Jarrod Horton Staff Writer You would be hard-pressed to find a Hip Hop song that you like that wasn’t produced by Just Blaze. Over the last 20 years, he has produced songs for everybody from Beyonce to Eminem. Recently I got a chance to catch up with him after

Motivational Speaker Gary Vee talks about Underpriced Attention and being Selfless, not Selfish

By: Jarrod Horton Staff Writer I didn’t know what all the hoopla was about, but the number of people coming into the conference room gave me an indication that it was something important about to happen. The overcapacity room got to the point that people including myself had to sit

The Cast of 85 South Remind You that their Life ain’t all Fun and Games

By: Jarrod Horton Staff Writer Chico Bean, Karlous Miller, and DC Young Fly may be comedians, but they want you know that the journey to their success hasn’t been a joke. I got a chance to hear them speak in Atlanta last year and what I realized is that beneath

Chicago McDonald’s Owner Talks Ownership through Hard Work and Giving Back to the Community

By: Jarrod Horton Staff Writer On this day at a local McDonald’s on Chicago’s West Side, you can see a tall dark man in a blue shirt, moving around hastily. He was in the midst of talking to a couple of the Mickey D’s workers, along with a woman who