The 57-year-old comedian revealed his diagnosis on Saturday.


FREE MEALS FOR APS STUDENTS Beginning March 16, all Atlanta Public Schools students can received a daily free bagged meal from Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at five school sites. The locations are: Douglass High School Cleveland Elementary Bunche Middle School Sylvan Middle School Phoenix Academy (formerly Crim High School) After […]


On April 10th, 2020 Radio One will be having a National Day Of Prayer for everyone effected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Join us on air every hour from 6am-10pm as we say prayers together and count our blessings in hopes we all make it through these tough times. LISTEN LIVE LISTEN LIVE   LISTEN LIVE […]

Even though we don’t know which quarantine day we are actually on, we do know how many times we have had to cook. The leisure of having options to dine-in, take-out, delivery, uber eats and door dashed helped with our cooking woes. Even though we still have the options for delivery and carry-out, cooking at […]


If you’re like me, you’re wondering why it took so long for the CDC or any other government agency to suggest wearing some form of a mask to provide at least a basic level of protection if you have go out in the public. Although we understand the special N95 mask is confirmed to protect […]

The Covid-19 pandemic is affecting many of us mentally, spiritually, and  financially. Hearing words of encouragement and reading the bible can help many us to stay spiritually connected with God during this time. Psalm 91:9-11 says “If you say, “The Lord is my refuge,” and you make the Most High your dwelling, no harm will […]


As the government gets ready to distribute stimulus checks for millions of Americans to help stabilize an economy crippled by the coronavirus we answer your most pressing questions such as when and how the checks will be distributed and who is eligible to the maximum amount or anything at all. When will Stimulus Check arrive? […]


Atlanta mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms spoke with Radio One Atlanta about why she enacted stricter stay at home measures for Atlanta than what governor Brian Kemp enacted for the state of Georgia. She answers questions about what she considers essential and non-essential services and activities, why she allowed the Beltline and city parks to remain […]

  The effects of COVID-19 are rippling through the country and the world at large, altering the ways we work, play, and worship. As public officials continue to discourage gatherings of large groups, many Christians and people of faith will forego a traditional church service and choose to attend ‘Bedside Baptist’, tuning into a local […]


Americans now have 90 more days to file their income taxes. Join Our Text Club To Get The Latest Music, Entertainment, Contests And Breaking News On Your Phone. Text BALTIMORE to 24042 to join! The IRS will move tax day from April 15th to July 15th, according to Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin. It’s the latest in […]


Atlanta Mayor Keisha Bottoms has ordered the city to close all gathering establishments in Atlanta due to concerns of the spread of the coronavirus. This has left many folks confused not realyl knowing if they would be able to head to the grocery store to stock up on needed essentials while everything is closed. Good […]

Health & Wellness

This week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced that we can expect community spread of the novel coronavirus in the United States.  With a handful of cases already reported in the US, we want to be prepared if the virus spreads more widely in our country.  Here are a list of things we […]