When you think Milwaukee, maybe what comes to mind is the ’70s hit television show, “Laverne & Shirley,” with its catchy opening theme song and the two of them skipping through the streets of Milwaukee.
Have you been a good bunch of elves this year? Then go right ahead and treat yourselves to this week’s Kem and Joe show at NJPAC, where WBLS presents “Home for the Holidays.”
Will Smith participates in The World’s Big Sleep Out in New York City’s Times Square on Saturday, Dec. 7
On Saturday, Dec. 7, New York City joined over 50 cities worldwide to host The World’s Big Sleep Out, a global initiative uniting the world in a universal effort to help fight homelessness.
Smith’s intensely conceived and written work is one of the most beautiful examples of journalism come to life.
The rush of the holiday season––shopping for gifts, decorating the house, hosting loved ones and other added obligations––can be challenging.
The “Our Village Kwanzaa Celebration” is set to take place at the Rochdale Village Community Center, located at 169-65 137th Avenue, Jamaica, Queens, on Dec. 28 from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Jupiter, the planet of big ideas and the seeker of truth, is in a harmonious trine with rebellious Uranus.
The Black Spectrum Theatre Company in Queens is absolutely a great place to experience marvelously entertaining theater.
I had the great fortune this past weekend to catch a delightful, well-written, -sung, -danced and -staged production called “The Dark Star from Harlem: The Spectacular Rise of Josephine Baker.”
“New Kid” by Jerry Craft, an award-winning author-illustrator, is a wonderful read and a gift for children.
In collaboration with artist Miranda Makaroff SS’20 collection, designer Desigual unveiled a fantastic fashion collection with artistic cameos that showed women living in harmony with nature.
Harlem Stage’s fall season finale of the Cosmic Synthesis of Sun Ra and Afrofuturism Series will take place on Dec. 13.
What is the movie “Bombshell” really about? In a nutshell, “Bombshell” is a powerful movie about what selling, in America, has become.
In one of the most stunning moments during the March For Our Lives in 2018, eleven-year-old Naomi Wadler took the stage and talked about the deaths of young Black people by gun violence each year.
Many moons ago, as my Chickasaw ancestors would say, when I first began teaching at Wayne State University in Detroit, one of the best students I had was Nubia Kai.