A Voice in Your Corner
Bologna sandwiches and a gallon of orange juice split 12 ways. Not exactly Wheaties, but for the Waco Boxing Club, it was enough.
A little piece of Waco
Historic Jockey Club Barber Shop closes after 94 years in Central Texas A sign reads, “Welcome to Historic Elm Avenue.” It can be seen across the street from the Jockey Club Barber Shop. Worn linoleum tiles layer the floor, and faded wood paneling covers the walls. Smokey Robinson and The Miracle’s “Tracks of my Tears” plays on the radio, eerily reminding the customers at one of Waco’s oldest barber shops to take a good look at the faces of the men cutting their hair and shaving their beards, because like so many places on this once diverse and lively street, this barber shop will soon be closed.
The Few… The Proud… My Mom.
It all started with cookies but in time, it became clear cookies weren’t quite enough.
African-American Tradition, 145 Years Young
The Rev. Stephen Cobb was black at a time when it wasn’t particularly easy to be black.
Around We Go…
Life on the Circle… In the heart of Waco sits one of the city’s most frequented areas.
Making a Stand for the American Dream
There is a burned-out building near 25th Street and Bosque Boulevard. Graffiti and black scorch marks cover its three standing walls,
Breakfast and Burgers
Cupps Drive-In, an original fast-food restaurant located at 1424 Speight Avenue
“Let the Little Children Come to Me”
Khadijah Lindsey doesn’t want to be homecoming queen. Sitting in the Community Training Center like she does every Tuesday and Thursday,
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