The trailblazing black comedian is being remembered both for his humor and his civil rights activism.
A bike riders: Qua along with some of the celebrity bike riders. By Yolonda Bell Meet Niquá “Qua” Jones. The 46-year-old, native of Atlanta, GA., has participated in a 713-mile bike ride from Atlanta to […]
New Passport Office opens Brenda Forman By Byler E. and Arrieal Henry “My mission is to make improvements in areas that need them and to make the office more user friendly through updated technology and […]
The killing of Charleena Lyles raises many disturbing questions and is a critical moment for Seattle’s police accountability system The following statement is from ACLU of Washington Executive Director Kathleen Taylor. “The ACLU of Washington is […]
Beyoncé Knowles and Shawn “Jay Z” Carter have welcomed twins in one of the most highly anticipated celebrity births, according to multiple reports Sunday. One of those reports was granddad himself, Matthew Knowles, who blasted […]
The story behind iRead, iThink, iWrite A story of intercity youth who tell their stories of dealing with love, life death and violence from their personal experiances. By Bobby R. Henry, Sr.
Congratulations to the Westside Gazette Newspaper Salutes the “Greatest Mom in the World” 2017 contest winners. Ms. Judy Ellie(l), first place winner and Ms. Pearlie Nicholas(r), second place winner. Thank you to our sponsors Betty […]
Edison’s Jaquala Brown connected with Ruth Raymond for an 18-yard touchdown on the final play of the flag football state championship game to make 25-6 as Tampa Robinson would win by mercy rule at the […]