We've got you covered on what to see, listen to and support this week. From brunch, to burlesque and an awesome gospel concert with Mary Mary and more.
The "Black-ish" star showed off her singing skills with a rendition of "Lady Sings the Blues."
Louisiana native Tori Turner is a recipient of McDonald’s 2015 Community Choice Youth Award
Barvetta Singletary, special assistant to President Barack Obama and the House legislative affairs liaison, allegedly fired a shot at her lover after he refused to give her the password to his phone.
People en Espanol will celebrate its fourth annual festival October 17-18 in NYC.
An exciting new crop of Black women in music is on the rise. Whether crafting the next catchy hip-hop anthem or breaking the ranks in country music, sisters are continually creating exciting new forms of expression, as per usual. See the 11 new voices to add to your playlist.
We've got you covered on what to see, listen to and support this week. From catching Amel Larrieux in concert, to watching TV One's "Born Again-Virgin" and cozying up with Stephanie Smith's memoir, 300 Sandwiches.
Sophia Eggleston is suing Lee Daniels and Fox for $300 million.
An NYPD officer joins in on the fun at a Brooklyn block party.
R&B songstress Carmen Rodgers enlists Anthony David to celebrate the irresisitable attraction of lovers in her new video for "Charge."
Studies say that though unemployment rates have decreased, many millennials still live with their parents. When do you think it's the appropriate time to move out?
Meagan Good will play Victoria Wavers in the upcoming NBC sitcom, 'Mr. Robinson.'
We've got you covered on what to see, listen to and support this week. From author Tamara Winfrey Harris's take-no-prisoners manifesto on Black womanhood to Jill Scott's new album on her own womanhood.
The carefree Black girl movement is flourishing and oh so fly. Just check your social media feeds for the hashtag and you’ll be inspired seeing Black women presenting an alternative narrative that doesn't paint us as angry, attitudinal or combative. #CarefreeBlackGirl shows us loving life, wearing our hair however we like, traveling where we want to, breaking the rules when we need to, and simply being carefree. Here are the celebrities who embody the carefree spirit of the movement.
ABC's The View was reportedly looking to restore it's greatness. Enter Sherri Shepherd.
Phylicia Rashad will reunite with cast memebrs from the original Broadway production (not the movie) for a free performance at New York's Central Park Summerstage.