Arts & Entertainment


‘Just Mercy’ screened at D.C.’s National Museum of African American History & Culture

WarnerMedia, The Brookings Institution, and Hutchins Center for African and African American Research at Harvard University hosted a conversation and film screening of Warner Bros. Pictures’ “Just Mercy” at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, ...

40 Years of Cathy Hughes’ Leadership at Urban One

Inside the illuminated MGM National Harbor towering over the Potomac River, the 3,000-seat theater slowly fills with African Americans donned in tuxedos and gowns as Hollywood’s and New York’s top entertainers mix with some of Washington, D.C.’s bourgeoisie including politicians ...

‘Power’ isn’t real, or is it?

Of the things that James St. Patrick is, was or was alleged in the eyes of the public, the one thing that he’d willingly admit to and wear with pride is that of the role of father.

The Gyrlfriend Collective presents: ‘Women’s Empowerment Breakthrough Edition’

The Gyrlfriend Collective will continue to host live co-author interviews on Thursday, Jan. 9, at 7:30 p.m.

Our Table Cooperative in Sherwood, Oregon

Portland is Oregon’s must-go destination, but there are plenty of places within two hours or less worthy of a day trip.

Horoscopes by Knowyournumb3rs for Jan. 9-15, 2020

Notice how in the year 2020, the 2 and 0 are repeated twice.

Atlantic Theater production touches the truth and the heart!

Theater that is a reflection of life is captivating to watch! It is funny, it is real, it is moving, it is sad, it is stirring!

Lengths are longer for spring

From the China Day NYFW shows, Lily combined fashion and business attire seamlessly.

SS’20 makeup tips…

At the shows, you’re looking at the clothes and how the makeup complements each outfit. Keep in mind the total picture.

OSCAR 2020 predictions

No doubt, by now, you’ve weighed in on the Golden Globe wins and losses, with a lot of criticism on the consistent lack of diversity and inclusion that is Hollywood.

‘AfroPoP: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange’ back for 12th season with ‘My Friend Fela’

Some people bifurcate stages of their lives into “before and after” a significant milestone.

Five Black films to see at Sundance Film Festival

The long running, internationally acclaimed film festival Sundance is gearing up to present dozens of independent films in its 39th year.

Budding Black ballerina breaks NYC Ballet’s Nutcracker color barrier

This past holiday season, ballet history was made when New York City Ballet’s annual production of George Balanchine’s “The Nutcracker” featured 11-year-old Charlotte Nebres, the first Black ballerina cast as the classic’s lead since it was first produced sixty-five years ...

Stacey Abrams book on voting rights to be published in June

Stacey Abrams has a new book coming out next summer that will focus on her signature cause, voting rights.

Vinyl revival: Records are now outselling CDs

The calendar may say 2020, but when it comes to buying music it feels more like the 1980s.