Alana Arenas And Tarell McCraney Went From Childhood Friends To Creating A New Narrative About Life In Miami On TV
"Black people have been a part of Florida's tapestry for almost 200-300 years," says the creator, writer, and director of the OWN series 'David Makes Man'
Yahya Abdul-Mateen II: The Leading Man Who Loves Black Women, The Leading Man Who Loves Black Women: 'Any Time I have A Win, It’s A Win For Them'
The star of the upcoming horror film 'Candyman' covers the July/August issue of ESSENCE and shares his appreciation for Black women guiding him.
"I had to be a leader and lead by example," says the rapper who had a history of seizures just a few years ago.
There Were Times I Just Didn't Know What To Do: Kevin Hart On Relating To The Struggle Of Single Fatherhood
The actor plays the lead role in the new Netflix film 'Fatherhood' about a dad who's left to raise his daughter alone after his wife unexpectedly dies.
The Netflix flick based on the 2011 memoir 'Two Kisses for Maddy' stars the comedian alongside Kevin Hart, Alfre Woodard and Dewanda Wise.
"I've heard many people say, 'Oh, well I do fish fries,' but we do barbecue because we're from Texas."
Peep Nicki Minaj, Natalie Emmanual, and Tracee Ellis Ross prove you don't have to dress up to pop out.
The love between Issa Rae and Yvonne Orji is giving us all the feels.
Ginuwine and Angie Stone will be among those honored when this year's Black Music Honors airs on Bounce TV June 19.
With multiple dining options, a spa and fitness center, the pool, and the proximity to the beach, the only reason you have to leave the Loews is if you want to.
Ashanti's back in the states and still serving looks and luxury along with these other women.
As we celebrate the living, we also mourn the dead
The man of many talents returns to TV screens tomorrow alongside his daughter Corinne to host 'Beat Shazaam' on Fox.
The former Oklahoma City Thunder player is Executive Producer of the upcoming History Channel documentary 'Tulsa Burning: The 1921 Race Massacre'
Cheadle is currently an Executive Producer on the Showtime series 'Black Monday'
"We need more of this, please," says the British actress.
"Even when I wanted to give up and quit it would not allow me," the Internet personality says.
On the heels of season 3 of 'Master of None,' the writer and actor says it's this work Black audiences will go back to revisit. Not what makes us smile and forget.
'At the end of the day you really want your legacy to live on after you, so perception is very important and I had never thought about that,' the actor says.'