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Applications open for the Little Miss African American Scholarship Pageant

Lisa Ruffin, founder/producer of the 26th Little Miss African American Scholarship Pageant, announced that applications are being accepted for the 2019 nationwide registration.

Much to love in southwest Florida

When people think Florida, Orlando or Miami often come to mind. But there’s a whole lot more to the Sunshine State.

‘Someone Great’ is a new excuse to join Netflix

There is one good reason to give the platform Netflix a whirl, and that reason is the romantic comedy “Someone Great”

HBO celebrates Ali doc with special exhibit

Muhammad Ali came along at a time of the simultaneous rise of both mass media and the star Black athlete.

Citywide New York African Film Fest returns May 23-June 9

The storytellers from Mother Africa are back—May 23 through June 9—at the annual citywide New York African Film Festival (NYAFF).

Lindy Hopper ‘Queen of Swing’ Norma Miller passes at 99

Norma Miller, the beloved, effervescent, energetic “Queen of Swing,” was the last surviving member of an elite group of dancers known as Whitey’s Lindy Hoppers.

The 4th annual Mother’s Day Good Music Festival Weekend

Jam-packed was the Mother’s Day R&B concert at the Barclays Center on Friday, May 10.

The World’s Fare 2019

In addition to my work with Harlem EatUp! this weekend, I was named as an Official Tastemaker for the second annual World’s Fare in Citi Field also happening this weekend, May 18-19.

Talking SCHOP! Harlem EatUp! 2019 is here

It is finally here! The fifth annual Harlem EatUp! has loaded in and is getting ready to party on Saturday and Sunday in Morningside Park with you.

Much to love in southwest Florida

When people think Florida, Orlando or Miami often come to mind. But there’s a whole lot more to the Sunshine State.

Juneteenth/KingFest Celebration Parade and Street Fair set for June 15

The Juneteenth Committee of Masjid Malcolm Shabazz and The Martin Luther King Jr. Center New York Support Group are hosting the annual Juneteenth/KingFest Celebration Parade and Street Fair

Art Imitates Life: How One Woman Draws Inspiration From Illness

As a fashion illustrator, Kris Keys creates art from real life, in real time.

Black-owned ice cream shop in NYC getting national attention

Everyone in New York City seems to love the world's first and only pop-cultured inspired ice cream shop called Mikey Likes It Ice Cream and it's creating quite a buzz across the whole nation as well.

Make the most of your camping trip this Great Outdoors Month

Great Outdoors Month, celebrated in June, is the perfect opportunity for a camping expedition.

‘Empire’ to get 1 more season on Fox amid schedule shake-up

“Empire” will return for its final season this fall on Fox — with Jussie Smollett a question mark — and should count itself lucky.

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