From New York to South Africa: Dean Meminger

Time Warner Cable NY1 News reporter Dean Meminger recent coverage of Nelson Mandela’s memorial, done on location in South Africa, is one of the highlights of his stellar journalism career.

HLN announces key hires

HLN Executive Vice President and General Manager Albie Hecht recently announced the hiring of the following key programming executives and their new roles: Keith Brown, senior vice president, programming; Kari Kim, vice president, program development; and Adrienne Lopez, director, special ...

Black actors receive top nods at Golden Globes

This year’s ceremony has been considered one of the very best for Black films and television shows, as “Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom” and “12 Years a Slave” have captivated American and international audiences.

Sisters Uptown hosts ‘Deadly Stuff Players’ book signing Dec. 22

The “Deadly Stuff Players” tour continues. Yours truly will be signing books on Sunday, Dec. 22 at Sisters Uptown Bookstore, 1942 Amsterdam Ave., from 2-4 p.m.

Imhotep's Guide To Black Events Dec 19 - 25, 2013

Imhotep's Guide To Black Events

Harry Belafonte co-star Joan Fontaine passes at 96

But among African-American filmgoers—and some white ones with racist inclinations—Fontaine is remembered for co-starring as Belafonte’s lover, however unrequited their romantic overtures. The film, according to historian Donald Bogle, is marred by compromises.

Kevin Hart rubs shoulders with Stallone and De Niro

If you haven’t noticed, Hart is winning, and at the New York City press conference for the new Warner Bros. Pictures comedy “Grudge Match,” starring Oscar winner Robert De Niro (“Raging Bull,” “The Godfather 2”) and Oscar nominee Sylvester Stallone ...

Monami Entertainment's Annual Holiday Party raises money for local charity

Mona Scott-Young's Monami Entertainment hosts Annual Holiday Party in New Jersey.

10 films to watch about Nelson Mandela

The past few years have seen filmmaker after filmmaker step up to tell the story of Nelson Mandela

David Koechner of ‘Anchorman’ isn’t a foul-mouthed racist; he just plays one in the movies

His name is David Koechner, but the movie world knows him as Champ Kind, one of the hilarious misfits who delivers sports news in the “Anchorman” movies

On the Verge: Gita Pullapilly is living the dream

The Gotham Independent Awards looked like the Oscars this year

More filming coming to Harlem

more film and television projects are using Harlem as a backdrop

Imhotep's Guide to Black entertainment Dec. 12-18, 2013

We join the many around the world who are mourning and celebrating the life and contributions of the late first Black president of South Africa

Imhotep's Guide To Black Events Dec 15th - Jan 5th

Greetings! We kicked off December, our “Radio GBE Family Month 2013,” with World Aids Day and two pioneering community-health empowerment activists, C. Virginia Fields, president and CEO of the National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS, and the organization’s founder, Debra ...