How to Delete Yourself From the Computer

The Internet companies that power your online life know that data equals money, and they’re becoming bolder about using that data to track you. If they get their way, your every online step would be not only irrevocable, but traceable back to you. Fortunately, there are some positive steps you can take to reclaim your online history for yourself….. Reda More

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Person of Interest: Rasheed Wallace

According to his legend, in an early scrimmage, Wallace dunked on Montross and Salvadori and screamed, “Your job is mine!” Stories like this kept popping up during Wallace’s freshman season, and, as so often happens in college towns that house major collegiate athletic programs, nearly everything said about Rasheed, Stackhouse, and McInnis was (a) distorted and (b) ubiquitous…… Read More

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Sam Cooke Honored in Chicago Street Naming Ceremony

Had he lived, Sam Cooke would have turned 80-years-old in January of this year. His life and legacy were celebrated with the naming of 36th Street, Chicago, Illinois as Sam Cooke Way on Saturday, June 18. …. Read More

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Book Review: Malcolm X: A Life of Reinvention

Jarrod Horton Staff Writer     Malcolm X: A Life of Reinvention is author Manning Marable attempt to paint a more accurate picture of the life and

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“Godfather of Rap” Passes Away

Gil Scott Heron ‘The Godfather of Rap’ died on May 27th, 2011 at age 62. He was most known for his song ‘The Revolution will not be Televised’ which title turned into a catchphrase that transcended generations….. Read More

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Actor from the HBO’s “The Wire” to Open Grocery Store in New Orleans

Food has always been important to the portly actor, who first drew national acclaim in the role of Detective Bunk Moreland on another HBO series, “The Wire,”and now plays the trombonist Antoine Batiste on “Treme,” which is filming episodes in New Orleans for broadcast next fall. … Read More

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