Criminal Lawyer Jason Doe Solves: The Case of the Insolent Watchman

Prosecutor James Sayon sauntered to the witness table and pawed through papers and in a swift motion, turned and in three strides, stood in...

Let it Go

By J. Lisa Lumeh When all is lost and not a soul left to trust Don’t tell a word, there will be no cause You will break...

Leave them to Lead

By J. Lisa Lumeh In commemoration of the International Day of the African Child They were recruited against their will To become sex slaves… They were beaten and...

What a Relationship!

By Joseph N. Boakai Sr., Vice President of Liberia Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone Entered into strange Relationship With a wicked lady, “Ebola” She is cunny, comes first as...

This Peace We Have…

By Josiah F. Joekai Jr. This peace we have when the sound of the guns Can no longer be heard And gun barrels are no longer The source...

OH AFRICA!

By Roosevelt Richards Oh Africa Why perish when there is so much To live for… When your resources can make you a continent of gold When the option to...

DEAR MARTIN LUTHER KING

By Roosevelt Richards Dear Martin Luther King We blacks are proud of you today Because of the way you use to think We’ll remember you everyday When our...

WHAT IS LIFE?

By Charles G. Tiah Life is chess, not a guess work, and needs a mindset that earns a success Life is smart guess, not a...

Hotel Africa: From Lap of Luxury to Latrine

The skeleton of what is left of Hotel Africa is now being used by residents as a public latrine, which is yet to attract...

What’s happening to Female Liberian Artists?

A few years ago, several female artists made a comeback into mainstream music, ending a long period of absence. This comeback saw them battling...