Jazzy Jeff and Skillz are TALKING ABOUT YOU Hanging out at CIAA 🙂
Ha! Jazzy Jeff and his team are on the road AS USUSAL, and into their second season documenting their journeys via their web show “Vinyl Destination.” In this episode, the season opener, Jeff and Skillz discuss their experience with the crowd during the CIAA Tournament. I won’t lie, I literally laughed out loud. Watch with […]
CIAA Tournament: Half family reunion, half sporting event
The nation’s oldest historically black basketball tournament is marked on the calendar of HBCU fans and party goers. The third most attended basketball tournament for all divisions of NCAA, the CIAA tourney is half family reunion, half sporting event.
Hamptonian to be inducted into the CIAA Hall of Fame
Eldece Clarke, 1988 graduate of Hampton U who went on to become one of the fastest women in the world in the 100 meters, will be inducted into the CIAA Hall of Fame on February 26 in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Virginia State hall of famer Raymond “Coach” Crittenden passes away at 83
Raymond Crittenden Jr., one of Virginia State’s most prolific players, died Monday of natural causes. He was 83.
Samaritan’s Feet: Changing lives two shoes at a time
We love showcasing folks in the act of doing good, especially if it’s of great service. Check out Tonisha Johnson, the Youth Ambassador Coordinator for Samaritan’s Feet.
An Interview with Steve Ewing, CEO of Wade Ford
Steve Ewing owns the largest Black Owned Ford Dealership in the Country. It didn’t come without work, or help, and he talks about is with us.
CIAA – Thursday Fabruary 26, 2009
Play by play account of my CIAA experience -Be Moore.