Brooklyn-raised filmmaker and quintessential New York sports fan Spike Lee will lead the field at the 45th running of the world’s largest marathon.
Over 400 photographs compiled for the Eyejammie Hip-Hop Collection have been acquired by the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture.
At this point, she’s a veteran, entering the game, in 1997, in the drama “Eve’s Bayou.”
Three legendary Black comedians were further immortalized recently when they were inducted into the Apollo Theater’s exclusive Walk of Fame.
Comedy changed when Richard Pryor took over.
Emmy Award-winning ABC News correspondent Mara Schiavocampo recently renewed her vows to her husband of 10 years, Tommie Porter.
According to several reports, Anthony Anderson’s wife, Alvina, has filed for divorce from the actor after 20 years of marriage.
Bill Cosby's stunning fall from grace appears far from over.
South African comedian Trevor Noah finally makes his debut Monday as the new host of "The Daily Show."
Actress Tisha Campbell-Martin has shared a secret from which she says she's found peace.
Actress and executive producer Sanaa Lathan is passionate about literacy, which “releases the power of the imagination.”
Bobby Brown has spoken publicly about his daughter for the first time since her death almost two months ago.
The legendary hip-hop star has been taking progressive steps in philanthropy over the last couple of years.
Hulk Hogan says his history of using the n-word isn't evidence of racism. It's a byproduct of his upbringing.
Leave it to the MTV Video Music Awards to give folks plenty to talk about the next day.