New Orleans inspires Cuban art

July 31, 2017 admin 0

Written by Deja Dennis Photos by Olivia Vega Havana, Cuba – Miles away from the aroma of creole cooking, oaks draped with Mardi Gras beads, and the sweet sound of jazz music, in a small […]

Quest For City Hall

July 27, 2017 Edwin Buggage 0

As we begin election season Data News Weekly has launched the first in a series of Political Editions called “Quest For City Hall.”  These issues will editorialize and identify qualified candidates in the races for […]

The Wild Side of Fashion

July 27, 2017 Delaney George 0

Clothing comes in a variety of animal styles from zebra, snake skin, alligator, tiger and even elephant. Although some textures are real, many prints are available in styles that aren’t harmful to animals. Here are […]

Remembering Isaac Edward, Jr.

July 20, 2017 Kichea Burt 0

Via Isaac Edward, Jr.’s obituary: Isaac “Mr. Ike” Edward Jr., retired Army Air Corp of the 92nd Division, served during World War II. He was born in Washington, DC to the late Isaac Edward Sr. […]

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