What a difference a day makes. You don’t always need a two-week vacation.
Are you changing your ways to better yourself, or are you complaining about finding yourself in the same-o, same-o, situation, receiving the same result differently?
Now playing on Netflix, from the production company Six Feet Over—started by three savvy, creative African American men, all of whom are over 6 feet tall—is “Two Distant Strangers” nominated under the Short Film category for the 93rd Academy Awards.
The world has been offered an interesting and unique opportunity to hear world-renowned writers reading their work alongside performances from New York’s Orchestra of St. Luke’s through the OSLive Wednesday Night Series “Sounds and Stories.”
Nothing stops the show—especially not an ugly virus.
Now, this is a sign of divine alignment. The Oscars and Bowers & Sons Cleaners, the subject of the Oscar-nominated short documentary “A Concerto is a Conversation,” located at 2509 South Central Avenue in Los Angeles, are both celebrating their ...
It has been reported that Black Rob, the rapper best known for his hit “Whoa” has died at age 52.
Rapper DMX, whose given name is Earl Simmons, died a week after suffering a heart attack that sent him into a vegetative state.
During this last year the Black community has experienced a great deal: the murders of African Americans due to police brutality.
Before I step into my criticisms about the new series “Them: Covenant”—the new anthology series now playing on Amazon Prime Video brought to life by creator Little Marvin and executive producer Lena Waithe—I will say that it’s binge-worthy.
As the earth spins around each unique element, each creature in human nature makes its transit through its evolutionary cycle, which causes disruption and adjustment to the flow of life.
Lighthouses are special. Since forever they have served as beacons in the night, helping captains navigate the seas and steer clear of danger.
After the year that was 2020, and the drama continuing with the flip of the calendar, who isn’t ready for a retreat from the madness?
The Board of Directors of the annual Harlem Week festival has announced that this year’s event will take place over eight days, from Sunday, Aug. 8 to Sunday, Aug. 15.
Take a moment out of your day to sit in total stillness and meditate. As you inhale, visualize the outcome as if it is already happening.