These days, you can’t go anywhere in the world and not see someone taking pictures.
According to Vogue.com, after launching a wildly successful lingerie collection last month, Rihanna is back in the business of making us all look and feel like the queens we are!
No pianist has the distinctive soft percussive ever-roving touch like the eminent elder statesman Barry Harris.
In 1986, the Black British musical duo A.R. Kane turned Black rock music on its head, creating artistic and melodic rock music that they later coined “Dream Pop.”
The profoundly accomplished creative director Virgil Abloh has ascended to another level of his career after being named Louis Vuitton’s creative director earlier this year.
Since childhood, I heard bits and pieces of the story of the Little Rock Nine.
It’s Harlem, so it’s close and the drama is being presented on the stage by The Classical Theatre of Harlem with “Antigone,” inspired by Paul Roche’s adaptation from the classic Greek tragedy by Sophocles.
With all the critical acclaim that has greeted Antoinette Nwandu’s work, you would expect that she has been writing plays since she was very young.
The Film Society of Lincoln Center does diversity like no other.
When traveling to faraway places via land, air or sea, the look is comfortable, loose-fitting, colorful and fashionable.
Drink lots of lemon and water.
Don’t call it a comeback because these two Grammy Award-winning recording artists, Mary J. Blige and Janet Jackson, are returning to the Essence Music Festival in New Orleans next weekend, July 5 through 8.
Don’t call it a comeback because these two Grammy Award-winning recording artists, Mary J. Blige and Janet Jackson, are returning to the Essence Music Festival in New Orleans next weekend, July 5 through 8. Blige headlines the Saturday night line-up ...
If you're staying in the city this Fourth of July weekend there's plenty to do around town.
Brooklyn Academy of Music kicked off its 10th annual BAMcinemaFest last Wednesday with a screening of one of the most highly anticipated films of the summer, “Sorry to Boåther You,” starring Tessa Thompson (“Thor: Ragnorak”), Lakeith Stanfield (“Get Out,” “Atlanta”), ...