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A chapter closed today on one of the most high-profile police shootings ever to happen in Cleveland. More than 2 and a half years after 12-year-old Tamir Rice was killed on the city’s near west side, the officers at the center of it were finally disciplined. It followed months of investigating by the Cleveland Police […]

Lots of things happened in 2015—some good, some not-so-good. But each year, EEW Magazine evaluates the stories our readers showed most interest in based on clicks and page views. Though many events impacted faith-based news enthusiasts, our editors have compiled 10 that especially grabbed our audience’s attention. Here they are. #10 Andrae’Crouch passes away. Andrae’ […]

I don’t ask for much in a steakhouse–just quality meat really. However, a steakhouse like STK gives me what I want and so much more–a…

Whitman & Bloom is a serious dining establishment. Don’t let that turn you off though. It’s a quaint restaurant tucked away in New York City’s…

  “God of Every Story” is Story’s third release following two very successful releases each of which has at least one signature career-defining song.  Her debut “Great God Who Saves” gave us her self-penned “Indescribable” which has become a worship staple across the globe under hers and Chris Tomlin’s hands. Then her sophomore record “Blessings” […]

  Gospel Music’s Leading Man – Earnest Pugh – best known for the #1 gospel classics “Rain On Us” and “I Need Your Glory” – showered his fans from the DMV (Washington, DC; Maryland and Virginia) with an electrifying set of songs from his forthcoming September 17th CD “The W.I.N. (Worship in Nassau) Experience” this past Saturday at The historic Howard Theatre in Washington, D.C. Hosted by […]

Artist: Hezekiah Walker Album: Azusa The Next Generation Label: RCA Inspiration  Street Date: June 11, 2013 iPod Pick: No Greater Love There is a BOLD claim I always love to make among my ‘musical’ friends, which is: LFC (Love Fellowship Choir) which happens to be Hezekiah Walker‘s choir is one of the best choirs ever. In fact most […]

  Amy Grant is like the writer of Ecclesiastes.  Though God may not be mentioned in every page of this Biblical book, His punctilious presence looms like a lingering shadow over every discourse, idea and event.  Grant may not mention God in every song here on her latest album “How Mercy Looks From Here,” but every […]

  Last year we were shocked to learn that for their annual “Women of The Year” edition, Glamour magazine neglected to highlight a single black woman. So last year we created our own list of black women who did their thang in 2011. We thought it was such a good idea, that we decided to continue the tradition, so […]

The 2012 election was historic for more than just the reelection of the nation’s first black president. “2012 will be the last campaign where one of the major parties seeks to get elected solely with the white vote,” David Bositis, senior political analyst for the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies said Wednesday in […]

  The anticipation for this show was built up complete with screenings and a solid media campaign. So, what’s the fan verdict on the show?  I think it was a pretty decent show. With reviews out there that state that the show lacked that reality luster we are used to seeing from the Braxtons or […]