by Darvio “The Kingpin” Morrow, Editor-In-Chief The following were remarks made by Editor-In-Chief Darvio “The Kingpin” Morrow on The Outlaws Radio Show, which can be heard Saturday nights at 6pm Eastern on WFCBRadio.com. (The Outlaws Radio Show and WFCB Radio are both owned by the parent company of this magazine) It’s hard to come up […]
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Pittsburgh-based musician Bill Toms has been making a name for himself for a few years now. Once he went solo after spending a few years as guitarist with the band Joe Grushecky and the Houserockers, Toms created several albums with his own band called Hard Rain. Recently, Bill Toms and Hard Rain celebrated the release […]
by Darvio “The KingpIn” Morrow, Editor-In-Chief The year 2013 changed my life. Being a (relatively) young black male, I have always been aware of the issues of racism, racial profiling and police brutality. I experienced racism in the past, but by and large I’ve never been a social justice “warrior”. Then 2013 happened. That year […]
Cleveland-based duo (and husband and wife) Evie Morris and Stephen Morris have existed in the Cleveland music scene for many years now as they perform under the moniker of Eve ‘n’ Stephen. Throughout the time they have been a songwriter team, Eve ‘n’ Stephen have created a nice collection of music that they play during […]
In the conclusion of our series on school choice, we look at the performance of charter schools. Opponents of school choice often argue that charter schools in particular are nothing more than money grabs by private businesses and that they do not adequately educate students. So what are the facts?
There is a debate currently being had in cities and towns all across America over school choice. School choice is the idea that parents should be empowered to make their own decisions concerning the K-12 education of their children. Many children are stuck in failed or failing schools and their parents, especially if they are […]
by Darvio “The Kingpin” Morrow, Editor-In-Chief Last week was school choice week and I, along with several other writers, journalists and bloggers, were in Washington DC for the Franklin Center’s “Amplify Choice” event. We toured two schools, one parochial and one charter, to get an idea of the experiences of students and to see if […]