The trailer gives a sneak peek into the outcome of our girl Mary Jane's severe car accident, which seems to have left her face deformed.
Beyonce's birthday is not just any regular day, so when Bey-day arrives, the celebration has to be as supreme as she. So, what better way to celebrate the singer's bornday than an extended stay in picturesque Capri, Italy? Here's 15 swoon-worthy moments from paradise.
The commercial is like watching you and your girlfriends jamming and bonding over mixtapes that took forever to make.
Nicole Ari-Parker and Duane Martin co-star.
You knew it was coming! Production begins on the first transracial reality show! Thanks, Rachel Dolezal.
These days, millennials are attending less and less house parties and instead, finding pleasure in staying at home and watching Netflix. Are intimate social gatherings on a decline in your life? Do you think your social life has become less intimate?
ESSENCE.com's "New and Next" column spotlights the brightest new talents we think you should know.
Fourteen-year-old Ahmed Mohamed brought a homemade clock to school to impress his teacher, but the school thought the clock was a faux bomb. Once authoirities realized that the clock was just a clock, the arrest ensued. This leaves us questioning, what is the school's safety protocol? Are you familiar with your child's school safety procedure?
Authro Carl Weber's bestselling novel gets a hot, steamy and suspenseful film adaptation, starring Lamman Rucker, DB Woodside and Jackee Harry.
We've got you covered on what to see, listen to and support this week. From Nona Hendryx's art show and Awesomely Luvvie's "Empire" watch party in Houston to the Afrikcan Festival, New York City's exciting new African music festival.
Three siblings play classical music to raise money for the homeless in NYC.
With Bobbi Kristina's passing and Whitney's death barely hitting its third anniversary, is a hologram tour just too soon?
Is Azealia policing women's choices with this statement?
The Empire star says he witnessed his father stab a man to death while waiting for Santa Claus.
“When you disrespect Black women, you cut your roots at the source," recite poets Kair Davis and Miriam Harris.