Ma Yanneh Traub Keller Dies at 105

Ma Yenneh Traub Keller, one of the oldest citizens of Fuamah District, Lower Bong County, died on Sunday, April 28, 2019 at her home...

Kenneth Y. Best Publishes First E-Book, The Melting Pot: History of...

By Lindiwé N. Khumalo Observer publisher and veteran journalist Kenneth Y. Best has published his first e-book, The Melting Pot: History of the Class of...

UNESCO Regional Director Rallies Gov’t to Ratify the UN Agency 1970...

The head of the UNESCO Multisectoral Regional Office in Abuja, Nigeria, has called on the Liberian government to see reason and ratify the UNESCO...

Nasseman Releases New Single, “Who Stole the Money?”

Since the end of Liberia's 14 -years of civil war in 2003, many Liberian musicians have used their music to speak against corruption and...

LINAM Holds Choral Music Concert for Good Friday

Also celebrating the legacy of Liberia’s only ethnomusicologist, the late Professor Agnes Nebo vonBallmoos The Liberia National Academy of Music (LINAM) will again present to...

MICAT Kicks Off W/shop on UNESCO 1970 Cultural Convention

Authorities at the Ministry of Information, Cultural Affairs and Tourism (MICAT), will on Wednesday, April 17, 2019, begin a two-day working workshop to discuss...

LFA Embarks on Football History Project

The Liberia Football Association (LFA) has embarked on a football history project titled, “Football in Liberia: Between Violence, Politics and Unity.” The project, according...

The Bopolu Road

By Jonathan S. Morris I have just returned from Bopolu City, the political headquarters of Gbarpolu County, Northwestern Liberia. I have been to other towns...

Mali Calling!

Story and photos by Leslie Lumeh Edging towards the city of Bamako, Mali, from the Aéroport International President Modibo Keita - Senou, one is greeted...

Musicians Union to Induct New Leaders Saturday

The publicity committee of the Musicians Union of Liberia has announced that the inauguration of the union newly elected officials is scheduled for Saturday,...

Liberia’s Famous Horn to be Memorialize Tomorrow

The memorialization of the late Gabriel Wilson, who blew the executive horn for at least four Liberian presidents, will take place Saturday, March 23,...

Extolling President J.J. Roberts, KYB Bemoans Neglected Education Sector

The founder and publisher of the Daily Observer newspaper says he deeply regrets the continuous neglect of the educational wellbeing of Liberian children who...

‘Time to Build National Monument to Honor Tolbert,’ Says former VP

Former Vice President of Liberia, Bishop Bernie D. Warner, believes that it is about time the Government of Liberia accepts his recommendation to build...

J.J. Roberts: A Visionary with A Heart of Gold

Keynote Address by Kenneth Y. Best, Founder and Publisher of the Daily Observer Newspaper, on the Occasion of the 210th Birth Anniversary of the...

Call to Memorialize Late Gabriel Nyantee Wilson (Executive Horn)

Media Hub Liberia and the Wedeobo family have humbly requested the Government of Liberia to memorialize the late Gabriel Nyantee Wilson, commonly known as...

New Book on Liberia’s Role in Diplomacy to Be Released Soon

John Yormie, an emerging Liberian diplomat's debut book, Liberia In The Colorful World of Diplomacy, is set to be released in about weeks. The book...

Jon Bricks Donates to Danny Feeney Orphanage

Legendary Hipco rapper, Jon Bricks is a phenomenal artist who has broken multiple records during the course of his decade and a half musical...

Legislature Passes Bill to Rename Bridges, Streets

-Forwards to President Weah for approval On Thursday, February 7, 2019, which was the 9th day sitting of the lawmakers, the House of Representatives concurred...

Australia, Italy, Vietnam, Others Accredit Ambassadors to Liberia

Several countries, among them Australia, Italy, Botswana, Vietnam, Guinea Bissau and Thailand, have each accredited their respective ambassadors to Liberia. This development came just a...

Lofaians Cry for War Crimes Court

Civitas Maxima's war crime court campaign, which is expected to reach five counties, has begun to yield fruit as Lofaians have now joined the...