Beyoncé’s timing is always impeccable. As you know, Queen Bey has no problem being vocal, speaking up on pressing current events and standing up for her culture. This Juneteenth celebration was no exception. The multitalented singer made a surprise release for her fans on the holiday, entitled “Black Parade.” The song is definitely one directly […]

The living legend himself, Magic Johnson, has tapped in to his giving heart to make sure he does his part to help Americans recover from our COVID crisis. Johnson is focusing on assisting minorities and women-owned businesses that have suffered due to the coronavirus pandemic. He has pledged $100 million through his insurance company to […]


  All businesses have been affected heavily by the spread of the coronavirus. This abrupt disruption in the economy, is creating a real system of decline for us all. Small business, especially, are facing difficult times and trying to avoid being forced to shut down operations. In a press conference held Tuesday, Ohio Lieutenant Governor […]


  Small businesses throughout the state of Ohio are finding it extremely difficult to get by during this coronavirus pandemic. For most restaurants, business is barely slipping through the cracks with offering carry out only services. In Clintonville, home of the pancake balls, Katalina’s Too owner says revenue is down nearly 90%! Owner Kathleen May […]

The 614

Today is officially the 10th annual Small Business Saturday! That’s right, November 30th is a day where consumers are encouraged to shop smaller, locally owned businesses during the bustling holiday weekend! This act of support creates a space for more money to stay in the community. And falling between Black Friday and Cyber Monday, is […]

On June 30th, the Export-Import Bank’s charter will expire if Congress refuses to act. House Republicans are in full swing to diminish Ex-Im bank’s ability…