A little music history: Back when records were still the primary way people heard music, you needed people who could go to the radio station…

Ferguson Lives…Young Blacks Continue to Die Where do we go from here? The news from Ferguson has transfixed the nation. Another young black man brutally…

(NEW YORK, NY) As part of the organization Brotherhood/Sister Sol’s 10th annual VOICES gala, Radio One founder and chairperson Catherine Hughes was honored for her civic…

There’ll be lots to do, lots to see and lots to eat this weekend as America’s Oktoberfest Zinzinnati USA takes over the Queen City Friday, September 16th-18th. This annual outdoor festival not only welcomes the official arrival of fall, but celebrates our city’s rich German culture and the heritage of Southwestern Ohio. OKTOBERFEST ZINZINNATI – […]

Join us at any or all of the following events, local appearances and newsworthy engagements this week across Cincinnati with your favorite crew members from 1230AM WDBZ The Buzz, TheBuzzCincy.com and The Lincoln Ware Show. Be sure to stop by, say hello, take a photo or join us on video. We want to hear from […]

Courtesy of: Pharoh Martin – Radio One Washington D.C., KYSDC.com Via: kysdc.com After opening with Wednesday evening’s Honoring Global Leaders For Peace International Salute Gala, the Washington, D.C. Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial Project Foundation, Inc. continued its day celebration of Dr. King’s legacy with the Honoring Past, Present, Future Pioneers Civil Rights Pioneers […]

The eastern seaboard is on high alert on this Friday morning as Hurricane Irene threatens low-lying cities throughout the Carolinas all the way up to parts of New York. Travel has been discouraged as many of the airports on the Atlantic have already begun to cancel flights in and out of the area. Already a […]

Courtesy of: Pharoh Martin – Radio One Washington, D.C. KYSDC.com If you want to see the unveiling of the Martin Luther King Memorial on Aug. 28 authorities say it’s best to take the Metro because roads will be closed, parking will be sparse and traffic will be hell. Mayor Vincent Gray joked that attendees should […]

One of the summer’s most anticipated events took place a few days ago and of course, if you weren’t anywhere close to Indiana for the 2011 Black Expo (or you simply just couldn’t stand the heat), we’ve got you covered and we’re keeping you cool. Check out photos, videos, exclusive interviews with all of the […]

For some reason, when Sade comes around the world seems to be a much better place and this summer that couldn’t be any more true as the iconic soul singer and her exquisite collective of seasoned musicians continue trekking across the globe on their highly anticipated world tour. We hope each of you have already […]

It’s official! The string of seven consecutive days every local fashionista has been waiting for has finally arrived as the 2nd annual Cincinnati Fashion Week kicks off on Monday, May 9th throughout May 15th at various city center locations. Bringing style, fashion, beauty, freedom and a progressive lifestyle to the forefront, last night’s ultra-sexy soiree […]

It’s going to be a jolly green day and 1230AM WDBZ The Buzz just couldn’t pass up the opportunity to shout “Happy St. Patrick’s Day” to all of our listeners. How are you all celebrating the bit o’ Irish day today? Let us know below on the message board and in the meantime, check our […]