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In an Introspective Mood: Tavis Smiley Interview
Written by Kam Williams (Contributing Writer) 15 July 2010
 Tavis SmileyTavis Smiley — The "Been in the Storm Too Long" InterviewBy Kam WilliamsSentinel Contributing WriterFrom his celebrated conversations with world figures, to his work to inspire the next ... read more >>
Pato Banton and ‘Within Arms Reach’ Come Together in Long Beach
Written by Paul Browning (Contributing Writer) 15 July 2010
 Reggae Artist Pato BantonSundie Zin, President and CEO of Within Arms Reach with children at a school she donated funds to during her last trip to Burma.  Sundie Zin, President and CEO of Within Arms ... read more >>
Motown Super-producer Dies at 80, Lauded by Industry Press
Written by Joy Childs (Contributing Writer) 15 July 2010
 Harvey FuquaBy Joy ChildsSentinel Contributing WriterHarvey Fuqua belonged to one of the most prominent dynasties in musical history-that of Motown insiders-which included Berry Gordy and his sisters; ... read more >>
Mel Gibson’s Latest Racist Rant Targets African Americans
Written by Special to the NNPA from the St. Louis American 08 July 2010
 Mel GibsonSpecial to the NNPA from the St. Louis American(NNPA) - Four years ago, Mel Gibson apologized profusely and reportedly entered rehab after verbally attacking the Jewish community after being ... read more >>
Condoleeza Rice Backing Up Aretha Franklin on Piano
Written by Sentinel News Service 08 July 2010
  Former Secretary of State, Condoleeza RiceAretha FranklinCondoleeza Rice Backing Up Aretha Franklin on Piano for Philadelphia Gig By Bridget BlandBlack Voices NewswireA new meaning of R-E-S-P-E-C-T ... read more >>
Grammy Nominated Producer Kashif Sponsors Music Camp for Foster Kids
Written by Sentinel News Service 08 July 2010
  KashifKashif University and Department of Children & Family Services Host Music Recording Camp July 12-23, 2010 Sentinel Wire ServiceWith California's budget crisis wreaking havoc on the poor, ... read more >>
The Many Shades of Jada, from TV Nurse to Karate Kid’s Mom
Written by Kam Williams (Contributing Writer) 08 July 2010
 Jada Pinkett SmithJada Pinkett Smith The "HawthoRNe: Season 2" InterviewBy Kam WilliamsSentinel Contributing Writer Besides playing the title character on the TNT series HawthoRNe, which is starting ... read more >>
The Real Rick Ross Fights Back in Court
Written by Brandon I. Brooks (Entertainment Editor) 08 July 2010
  “Freeway” Ricky Ross Rapper Rick RossFormer Drug King Pin "Freeway" Ricky Ross has filed a $10 million dollar lawsuit against rap artist Rick Ross for exploitation By Brandon I. BrooksSentinel ... read more >>
At Home with the Norwoods
Written by Sentinel Staff Report 08 July 2010
 The Norwood Family: (L to R) - Willie, Sonja, Ray J. and Brandy.Ray J. and BrandyThe family meeting with the Sentinel's editorial board(Photos by Jason Lewis)SENTINEL EXCLUSIVEThe Norwood Family drops ... read more >>
Black Music Month: Dick Griffey & SOLAR Records
Written by Brandon I. Brooks (Entertainment Editor) 24 June 2010
 SOLAR Records logoDick Griffey By Brandon I. BrooksSentinel Entertainment EditorDick Griffey is the founder of the legendary S.O.L.A.R. Records which is an acronym for Sound of Los Angeles Records. ... read more >>
Black Music Month: Al Bell & Stax Records
Written by Brandon I. Brooks (Entertainment Editor) 24 June 2010
 Stax Records logoAl BellBy Brandon I. BrooksSentinel Entertainment EditorAl Bell is a music pioneer if there ever was one.  With over 50 years of music industry experience, Bell has been breaking ... read more >>
Eddie Levert Wows NNPA
Written by Sentinel News Service 24 June 2010
 Eddie Levert performs for publishers and guests at the NNPA Legacy of Excellence Dinner & GalaNEW YORK (NNPA) - Smiling broadly, the spirited petite woman named Sylvia weaved through the Ballroom ... read more >>
Black Music Month: Innovators
Written by Brandon I. Brooks (Entertainment Editor) 17 June 2010
By Brandon I. BrooksSentinel Entertainment EditorLouis ArmstrongLouis Armstrong was one of the most influential artists in the history of music. Born in New Orleans, Louisiana, on August 4, 1901, he began ... read more >>
Marvin, youngest of Isley Brothers, dies at 56
Written by Associated Press 10 June 2010
This photo provided by Magic Sound Productions on November 1984 shows Marvin Isley of the group Isley-Jasper-Isley. (AP)By Karen HawkinszAssociated Press WriterMarvin Isley, the bass player who helped ... read more >>
Bill Cosby and Jell-O partner on national contest
Written by Brandon I. Brooks (Entertainment Editor) 09 June 2010
 Bill CosbyYoung children auditioningConsumers stand in line for a chance to winSentinel sits down with Cosby for a one-on-one conversation.By Brandon I. Brooks Sentinel Entertainment EditorLegendary ... read more >>
Black Music Month: Celebration of Negro Spirituals
Written by Sentinel News Service 03 June 2010
James ClevelandMahalia JacksonMarian AndersonPaul RobesonSallie MartinSam CookEmancipationPortrait of the Jubilee SingersFlyer of Jubilee Singers The story of the Negro spirituals is closely linked to ... read more >>
Child Star Gary Coleman Dies at age 42
Written by Associated Press 28 May 2010
Gary Coleman Dies at age 42 Gary Coleman By Associated Press Writer Jennifer DobnerGary Coleman, the adorable, pint-sized child star of the smash 1970s TV sitcom "Diff'rent Strokes" who spent the rest ... read more >>
Maya Angelou Marks 82nd B’Day with Common, Lee Daniels
Written by Sentinel News Service 27 May 2010
 Maya Angelou smiles as she greets guests at a garden party at her home Thursday, May 20, 2010 in Winston-Salem, N.C.  (AP)Sentinel News ServicePoet Maya Angelou threw a party in the backyard of ... read more >>
Colorblind @ BET
Written by Brandon I. Brooks (Entertainment Editor) 27 May 2010
 Usher and Justin BieberBET has officially lost its sense of "Black Entertainment Television" By Brandon I. BrooksSentinel Entertainment EditorIf you haven't heard the recent controversy surrounding ... read more >>
A Heart-to-Heart with America’s First Black Billionairess
Written by Kam Williams (Contributing Writer) 27 May 2010
 Sheila JohnsonBy Kam WilliamsSentinel Contributing WriterSheila Johnson, "The Other City" InterviewEntrepreneur and philanthropist Sheila Crump Johnson is the only African-American female to enjoy ... read more >>
BILL COSBY KICKS-OFF SEARCH FOR AMERICA'S BEST GIGGLE
Written by Sentinel News Service 27 May 2010
Event Listing:BILL COSBY KICKS-OFF SEARCH FOR AMERICA'S BEST GIGGLEWinning Giggle, Selected by Mr. Cosby, to be featured in National JELL-O TV CommercialWHAT: The Hello JELL-O "Give it a Giggle" Tour, ... read more >>
Celebration for at-risk students in Los Angeles
Written by Sentinel News Service 27 May 2010
Celebration for at-risk students in Los AngelesSentinel News Service EDUCATION... is the Power & MUSIC...is the Universal Language!  Renee Smith, President of the "Stay in School - Empower the ... read more >>
3rd Annual Peace Through Education Event Unites Stars and Students
Written by Sentinel News Service 20 May 2010
 Director of PTE, Steven Williams, April Holliverse, Dr. Ola Washington, Charmaine Jefferson, Principal George Bartleson, Beth Payne, Jamal Speakes, 2nd row: Rashad McCant (NBA), Marg Briggs, Jensen ... read more >>
Actress Lena Horne Remembered at NYC Funeral
Written by Associated Press 20 May 2010
 Lena HorneLena Horne's funeral service program (Photo by Andrew H. Walker/ Getty Image)Associated Press WriterLena Horne, whose signature song was "Stormy Weather," was remembered at her funeral on ... read more >>
Recording Artist, Nelly, Teams up with Macy's
Written by Elzena Rankins (Intern) 14 May 2010
Recording Artist, Nelly, Teams up with Macy'sNelly (photo credit: Silverdollar productions)Nelly launches Apple Bottoms summer line while encouraging all to give blood and register as bone marrow donors ... read more >>

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