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My Son Matters is a moving solo portrait exhibition by photographer Denise Allen that showcases images of Black mothers and their sons. The show runs through May 31, 2015 at the Mt. Airy Art Garage, and will then be on display at Art Sanctuary.

The 31st annual Celebration of Black Writing (CBW), one of the most prominent African-American literary events in the nation, puts the spotlight on black literary, visual and performing arts. Takes place the entire month of May!

Marcus Ardoin & Da Zydeco Legends traveled to Philadelphia with Rockin’ Dopsie Jr & The Zydeco Twisters last month as part of WXPN’s Zydeco Crossroads. Check out their exciting video recap, featuring WURD’s own Stef Renée, who has hosted the last two concerts.

Looking for details on the next WURD event — or activities around the region? Look no further than the events calendar right here at 900amwurd.com! It’s easy — just click the word “Events” in the menu bar.

Host Stephanie Renée chats with Philadelphia-area and global music luminaries involved in the making of Jeff Bradshaw’s first live CD recording, HOME. 900AM WURD presents some of the highlights of this historic event in our WURD Backstage series. This installment features WRTI radio host J. Michael Harrison.

Host Stephanie Renée chats with Philadelphia-area and global music luminaries involved in the making of Jeff Bradshaw’s first live CD recording, HOME. WURD presents some of the highlights of this historic event in our WURD Backstage series. This installment features media maven Dyana Williams and soulful crooner Will Downing.

Stephanie Renée chats with Philadelphia-area and global music luminaries involved in the making of Jeff Bradshaw’s first live CD recording, HOME. WURD presents some of the highlights of this historic event in our WURD Backstage series. In this installment, we get a quick word from crooner Will Downing.

Stephanie Renée chats with Philadelphia-area and global music luminaries involved in the making of Jeff Bradshaw’s first live CD recording, HOME. WURD presents some of the highlights of this historic event in our WURD Backstage series. In this installment, we grab a quick word with woodwind player NAJEE before showtime.

During her visit to the grand opening of Project HOME’s Steven Klein Wellness Center in North Philadelphia, U.S. Health & Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell gave WURD an exclusive interview about her plans to improve health and wellness in the Black community.


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