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There’s a new energy in the air these days in downtown Baltimore.
It used to be an old factory churning out parts for the mining industry before slowly falling into neglect and turned into a garage for vehicle repairs.
Writer and director Malcolm D. Lee’s latest film doesn’t enjoy the Oscar buzz that accompanied several other hard-hitting African American movies this year, nor should it.
KiKi Shepard, the face of Showtime at the Apollo, recently hosted The K.I.S. Foundation’s 10th Annual Celebrity Bowling Challenge at the PINZ Entertainment Center in Studio City, California
Hill Harper releases new book and guest stars on “Covert Affairs,” finale, to air on Thursday, November 21, 2013 at 10 p.m.
Hello everyone, hope everything is well. I have so much to tell you this week and a little space to do it in.
“Since I was a little girl people would say ‘Alex you are such a character you should be on television.’ So when this opportunity came I jumped on it,” said Alexandra Dilworth the star of the new Bravo reality show ...
On Saturday, November 9, 2013, pull into the slow-food lane and experience an evening in the 17th century.
Philanthropist couple Bernard and Shirley Kinsey spent nearly a decade gathering as many as 400 authentic and rare art, artifacts, books, documents and manuscripts, all of which tell the often untold story of African American achievements and contributions.
Chris Brown is reaching into Lindsay Lohan's playbook for avoiding jail: Go to rehab before your court date.
Spoken word artist Cherrie Amour has released her first book of poetry, “Free to Be Me: Poems on Life, Love and Relationships.”
Famed film director John Singleton says when movies about African Americans debut, he is always one of the first to be called for insight. Singleton, who directed the 1991 critically acclaimed drama, “Boyz in the Hood,” recently realized that his ...
Hello everyone! I must say this will be an interesting weekend.
Many little girls grow up wishing that one day they could become a princess. For Soniah Spence, that wish came true.