When you attend a concert of the multireed player and flutist Rene McLean, his music will ascend the boundaries of the hard bop American tradition.
“Bella: An American Tall Tale” had a recent world premiere run at Playwrights Horizons.
Are you concerned about the future of this country? Do you wonder how we got to where we are with our new inexperienced president? Do you wonder how a man with countless character flaws got into the White House and is still there? The hilarious answers to these and many other questions are waiting for you at The Triad Theater
Miami rapper Trina has announced the release of her sixth studio album, “The One,” which is due out Sept. 8.
Today, in the dance world, when companies led by dance pioneers are fast disappearing, and works from some of these iconic pioneers are sometimes second on the list of must-sees, it is refreshing to know that in some instances, the old is still being renewed.
“Please, can’t you just be the friendly neighborhood Spider-Man?” It was a request made to Tom Holland, now suiting up as the young web slinger, a key member of the new generation of superheroes. This is Spider-Man at it’s very best. Applaud the future that’s coming to the Marvel’s Cinematic Universe.
In “Baby Driver,” director Edgar Wright knows how to show an audience a good time! Best known for his comical work, including the zombie flick “Shaun of the Dead” and the cop caper “Hot Fuzz,” in this new film he’s bringing us speed and cool attitude.
Christopher "Fresh Kid Ice" Wong Won, a founding member of rap group 2 Live Crew, died Thursday, according to his agent. He was 53.
A Florida state attorney who was pulled over in a traffic stop said she intends to use the incident as a teachable moment for police.
While we welcome the arrival of Black Press Month, we mourn the passing of Martha Rivera Chavis, the wife and first lady of the NNPA, of which her husband, Dr. Benjamin Chavis Jr., is the president and CEO.
Pianist, composer, educator Geri Allen was born in Pontiac, Mich., June 12, 1957; raised in Detroit; was a graduate of Howard University; earned a degree in ethnomusicology at the University of Pittsburgh; played all over the world;
Chokwe Antar Lumumba was sworn in as mayor of Jackson, Miss., July 3, 2017.
When Payal Aggarwal was just 6 years old, she visited her grandfather in India in the hospital.
The city board that reviews complaints levied against NYPD officers plans to give a Friday, July 14, 2017, presentation that focuses on how the public should interact with police.
There was, as expected, a flurry of renewed interest in the life and musical legacy of jazz great Louis “Satchmo” Armstrong over the last week or so because his birthday was on or somewhere around the Fourth of July.
South Sudan, the world’s newest nation, did not celebrate its sixth anniversary July 9.
Our July 2017 GBE Black Media Month highlights the Motor City, beginning with our own Herb Boyd, whose new book “Black Detroit: A People’s History of Self-Determination” is drawing critical raves.
A federal appeals court has overturned the corruption conviction of former New York Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver.
After Albany granted him a two-year extension on mayoral control of public schools, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio decided to repay with a favor to the charter schools.
Fast food workers aren’t the only ones who’ve wanted to organize.