IN RETROSPECT: Fifteen years later, is Sharon Jackson’s Make His Praise Glorious album the gospel music industry’s best kept secret?

EDITOR’S NOTE: In honor of the latest developments surrounding Atlanta-area gospel recording artist Sharon Jackson, Making Headline News’ editorial staff deemed…

Continue Reading →

MEMPHIS EATS: Mid-South business tandem Shaneathia Stout and Precellia Waddell’s catering service enjoying immeasurable success

And the Lord answered me, and said, “Write the vision, and make it plain upon tables, that he may run…

Continue Reading →

HUGE DESTINY STEPS: Memphis entrepreneur Keisha Spencer defies seemingly insurmountable odds after becoming ‘a fighter at a young age’

EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the first of two in-depth news stories Making Headline News is featuring on Mid-South entrepreneur/author Keisha Spencer.…

Continue Reading →

SALUTE TO MOTHER’S DAY TRIBUTES: Mid-South graduate student Kayla Crawford credits her mother’s ‘legacy of living for Christ’ for their close-knit, God-centered bond

She speaks with wisdom, and faithful instruction is on her tongue. She watches over the affairs of her household and…

Continue Reading →

Mid-South businesswoman Erica Hughes’ The Vegan Mom has been deemed one of the finest of its kind in Memphis

A man’s gift makes room for him, And brings him before great men. (Proverbs 18:16 NKJV) A VEGAN GAME CHANGER …

Continue Reading →

Memphian Toy Addington is the first African-American woman to own Tri-State-area Life Coaching School

COACH’S CORNER  Toy Addington has steadfastly gone to great lengths to make Memphis proud. To her distinctly unique credit, in…

Continue Reading →

Memphis author Tammie Polk has composed 46 books — and counting — in span of four years

WRITER’S MARATHON DALLAS — Tammie Polk remembers the conversation. That’s for sure. She remembers what she described as a “myriad…

Continue Reading →

REPRESENTIN’ THE SIP: Mid-South author Shelia Sewell’s authorship debut has been nothing short of remarkable

KEEPING IT 100 Don’t get it twisted. Shelia Sewell isn’t merely boasting or bragging. Because as she often tells it,…

Continue Reading →

Mid-South couple wrote and produced an R&B song that’s igniting a buzz around Memphis

DALLAS — Christopher Wade and Kimberly King first crossed paths nearly three decades ago at John P. Freeman Jr. High,…

Continue Reading →

Memphis CBU graduating senior Kiereka Banks to her mother: ‘I knew I could not fail her’

MAKING HEADLINE NEWS SALUTE TO GRADUATES TRIBUTES 2018   In the coming days, Kiereka Vernecia Banks is about the find herself on the right side of…

Continue Reading →