On this segment of Access Houston we welcome Ayla Dehghanpoor from Families Empowered, which is a nonprofit organization that helps undeserved families find the best school for their children regardless of which neighborhood in with they live. We also welcome Veronica Parrish and her son, Monroe, who talks about their school experience with Families Empowered. […]

This segment of Access Houston we welcome, for the first time, business man, community leader, author, and President & CEO of d-mars.com, Mr. Keith J. Davis Sr., better known as “Mr. D-Mars.” Keith is celebrating 20 years in the business and has just released his first book, “Maximizing Your Own Treasure Chest” in late April […]

On this segment of Access Houston we welcome one of the top PR women in Houston, Ms. LaTorria Lemon, owner of Lemon-Lime Light Media and founder of the Houston Step Fest, as well as Mr. Patrick Lewis, creative director of Royal Duchess step team. They have teamed up with Let’s Teen Talk, also founded by […]

On this segment of Access Houston we talk to young entrepreneurs, Laybo of Blacklist Marketing and Victor Elmo of Vic & Cos, to talk about being a young business owner and entrepreneurship in 2019. The fellas also tell us about their New Year’s Eve Parties where they are giving back to the community. The Great […]

Fresno, California's Jalen Bailey says he's only following in his Mama's entrepreneurial footsteps.


If you haven’t heard, Black women have exploded on the entrepreneurial scene and more and more of us are looking to go independent and start our own business. After the 2007/2008 recession and housing debacle, many of us have turned side hustles into our main sources of income, to the tune of $52.6 billion dollars in revenue. […]

Olatorera Oniru is the young, black, female entrepreneur changing the e-commerce game (innovatively!) in Africa.

I did not always embrace my status as an entrepreneur. I mean, WHO desires to jump feet first, sight unseen, into a pool of inconsistent pay, trifling clients, and loved ones who just do not understand why you are working for yourself ? To be 100 percent honest, I am still struggling with accepting my […]

Two hip-hop legends are making it their goal to raise awareness about health and wellness with the launch of several juice bars in NY.

KG Smooth sat down with Tamalisha The Kake Ladi, to talk about how she became an entrepreneur by doing what she loves, which is baking.  Take a listen to her inspiring story above.  

News, Sports

News92FM.Com is reporting that Los Angeles Dodgers owner Frank McCourt has agreed to sell the bankrupt club for $2 billion to a group that includes basketball legend Magic Johnson. The deal is subject to approval in federal bankruptcy court. Read More

From TheDailyBeast.com: Black Entertainment Television, which Sheila Crump Johnson and her husband Bob started three decades ago with $15,000 in seed money and a $500,000 investment from media mogul John Malone, made her one of wealthiest women in America. When Viacom bought them out in 2000, Sheila and Bob pocketed $1.3 billion—making them, pre-Oprah, the […]