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  2017 was a year of sadness as we all we forced to say goodbye to a legendary piece of our childhood when Toys ‘R’ Us officially closed its doors. The iconic toy store went bankrupt which eventually ended a legacy spanning over more than 60 years. Toys ‘R’ Us was founded in 1948. Just […]

DJ Mr. King hosts an exclusive interview with rapper, songwriter, record producer, and record executive Juicy J!  Learn from Juicy himself what artist influenced him, how 'Slob on My Knob' went from a joke to a hit, advice for artist and more.

Rap and business mogul, Jay-Z, has launched a new investment fund with the intentions to help expand the ever growing number of minority marijuana entrepreneurs.  The cannabis industry has been booming over the last several years and the opportunities for minorities are endless. But as the story often goes, minorities don’t always have the funds […]

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The murder of George Floyd has created a major shift our nation. Protests across the country have lawmakers and business owners alike ensuring they are fully invested in making diversity and inclusion a big priority. Sneaker giant, Nike has announced that Juneteenth, a holiday that commemorates the end of slavery in the United States, will now […]

In the midst of a global pandemic and the chaos that comes with it, many businesses are finding themselves in difficult positions. From people losing their jobs, temporarily and permanently, times are hard right now. Employees of companies like Walmart and Whole Foods have been dealing with disgruntled employees during this time, requesting better pay […]

Ohio

The COVID-19 virus has most definitely put a wrench in all plans. Whether you are a business owner, manager, consumer, teacher, or parent, life has been at a weird stand still for weeks now. For businesses throughout the state of Ohio, many factors will come into play when it is time to re-open. Businesses that […]

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Millions of Americans have been cooped up in the house and forced to work from home due to the viral pandemic. People are using their computer, laptops and tablets more than ever right now for business and entertainment purposes. Security experts are warning people to look out for cyber criminals. IT specialist, John Riley, is […]

Times are uncertain right now for many in the African-American community. We cannot panic. We must be creative and work together. That is why City Council President Shannon G. Hardin is calling on the entire city to support a community-wide day to Buy Black starting Thursday, April 23rd. Policies were created to make wealth disparities […]

During the COVID-19 viral pandemic, many businesses that have found themselves lucky enough to be “essential” have adjusted certain practices and introduced others to prevent the spread of the deadly virus. Popular pharmacy, Walgreens, is introducing drive-thru shopping! This way customers who need items won’t have to leave their car. This practice will fall in […]

Local

  Today a robbery was caught on camera! Now, it’s understood that this wouldn’t be the first time sketchy burglars are caught on video but this time the suspects were filmed by an NBC4 photographer at the time of the crime. The incident occurred around 9 a.m. Saturday at International Market Foods located at 3120 […]

The 614

The city of Columbus is the #6 city in the United States with the youngest entrepreneurs! Columbus is in the top 10 major cities with a budding climate of young business owners, according to studies by Lending Tree. Neighboring Ohio cities, like Cincinnati and Cleveland fell in at numbers 27 and 41 on the list. […]

Local

A new $25 million plan is targeted at acquiring and preserving affordable housing in the Linden area while paying for business loans and health services in a neighborhood that has struggled for years. “It sounds like a lot of money. But when it comes to the needs of the neighborhood, it really isn’t,” said Lawrence […]