Along with invitations to the White House and other prestigious addresses, the Rev. Al Sharpton can now include the Oxford Union, where such luminaries as President Ronald Reagan and Mother Theresa have spoken.
While we had a holiday for the birth of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., let’s not forget that on Jan. 17, we can pay homage to the “Greatest,” Muhammad Ali.
This has to be the year of Ava DuVernay. Everyone is taking their children to see “Selma,” the movie focusing on the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King’s struggle, determination and ultimate victory in obtaining the right to vote for millions ...
Five people were injured in a shooting in the early hours of Sunday, June 11 at the Fiesta nightclub in San Jose, Calif., where Chris Brown, the troubled R&B pop artist, was making an appearance.
If there is an Ava DuVernay fan club, I would like to pledge my membership.
In “Selma,” directed by the very skilled Ava DuVernay, there is a touching, late-night scene when a deeply troubled Martin Luther King (David Oyelowo) leaves the warmth of his bed to call a sleeping woman.
There has been a racial battle boiling between hip-hop up-and-comers Azealia Banks and Iggy Azalea for some time now.
It has been announced that the fashion-forward R&B pop star Rihanna will be serving as creative director for athletic wear giant Puma.
Like so many Black publications, we’ve been on the sidelines of the Bill Cosby flare up, not sure when and how to enter a situation that is a classic she said, he said, with allegations from a coterie of women ...
According to reports, Tyrese was truly “Fast and Furious” recently.
Comedian Buttahman takes the stage this weekend at The Stand NYC.
Ben Vereen discusses his exciting new role in the upcoming film "Top Five"
Comedian Chris Rock discusses his new film "Top Five"
Suge Knight, hip-hop producer and founder of record label Death Row Records, has found himself in hot water again, just weeks after being shot at a Los Angeles nightclub.
“When we are born, we cry that we are come to this great stage of fools.”—William Shakespeare, “King Lear”