We loved him so much in HBO’s hit series Insecure that they decided to bring him back for another season after another. Lawrence Walker who played the on and off love interest of Issa Rae has a lawsuit filed against him in real life as Jay Ellis. The actor is being sued by Luber Rolkin […]

To our men and women who protect and serve our country, we salute you and will never forget… A man who lays down his life for another  is to be honored.   Please join in on some events to salute veterans in Richmond and across Virginia this week and weekend at www.virginia.org/veteransday The 60th Annual Commonwealth’s Veterans Ceremony at the Virginia War Memorial […]

Miss Community holds a Community Conversation with Richmond Mayoral Candidates this week on 99.3/105.7 Kiss at 7:11 a.m. and 8:11 a.m. Candidate Jack Berry and I talked about minority businesses with a concentration on black business contracts with the city of Richmond. Also, what can be done to combat the Heroin Epidemic in the city. […]

Miss Community is hosting Mayoral Candidate Community Conversations this week on 99.3/105.7 Kiss Fm. Candidate Joseph “Joe” Morrissey and Miss Community talked about education, building new schools and the 41% poverty rate of children in the city of Richmond. The General Election is Tuesday, November 8, 2016 and the polls are open 6 a.m. -7 […]

Two Police Officers in Des Moines, Iowa are dead at this hour. According to reports from CNN, two officers were apparently ambushed in separate incidences. The first officer with the Urbandale Police Department, was reported killed shortly after 1 a.m. Wednesday morning. Approximately 20 minutes later, A Des Moines police officer was found dead at […]

The vote is your fundamental right in America. Black people were battered, bruised and killed for the “vote.” Blacks were  required to take literacy tests and pay a “poll tax” in order to vote. Black people were prevented to vote through various means in Southern states including Virginia.  Check your voter status, poll location, candidates on the ballot […]

Your vote is your voice, your right and your power. A “no” vote from you is a “yes” for the candidate you don’t want to hold public office. This is evident in the local, state and federal elections. About last night at the only vice presidential debate, Virginia Senator Tim Kaine and Indiana Governor Mike […]

Cancer is an unwanted guest who shows up at any given time. It has no respecter of person, finances, social status, race, religion or political party affiliation. Cancer tries to dominate and lie dormant in our lives. I say “no” to cancer and “yes” to a cure. I am Miss Community Clovia asking for your […]

Clovia “Miss Community” Lawrence, Rolling For Freedom (R4F) and One Vote want to ensure that all Virginians are updated on the voting process. Rolling for Freedom is a conduit for voter registration, voter education, restoration of rights, rolling rallies,  gubernatorial and senatorial community forums for candidates running for public office. Register to vote, check your […]

What does your social media say about you? Are you capable of getting gainfully employed with a prestigious company? How about getting accepted to the college or university of your choice? Use social media as a tool for success and not distress. If I want to know what someone is really like I’ll just follow […]

Emanuel ‘Von’ Johnson was released from the custody of the Richmond City Justice Center (RCJC) six years ago. I met him while he was in jail. Today, Mr. Johnson is an entrepreneur and a certified barber with his program headed to the RCJC. I’m so proud of you. He is a guest speaker at the […]

Ready, Set, Go! The U.S. women’s basketball team is off to a great start at the Rio Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The Americans beat Senegal, 121-56, in their first preliminary-round game. Team USA also set new Olympic records for total points and margin of victory. They are back at again today ballin’ […]