XULA, in its first season of baseball after several decades away, succumbs to the bats of Boston's Fisher College in the first round of double-elimination playoffs.
A brand-new Black music museum in Nashville is continuing its annual awards ceremony and benefit concert, this year including a few Black Catholics among its honorees.
Bill Tate has been named president of LSU, the fruit of a grueling 17-month search overshadowed to date by the school's ongoing sex scandal(s) stemming from its football program.
Black Catholics pepper Louisiana's new Civil Rights Trail listings, and the first to receive a physical marker was none other than Leah Chase.
Next month will bring an extensive series looking into a long-lost novel from one of Black history's most famous Catholic converts.
Though a live-action depiction is on the rocks, the story of the 16th-century Black samurai Yasuke is a-go for Netflix, available starting tomorrow.
Jeffrey Wald traces out the principles of true compassion and brotherly love in the "The Brothers Karamazov" and "Benito Cereno", linking them to modern America.
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