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“For Peete’s Sake” is Back for Season Two on OWN: How Holly Robinson Peete Balances Family, Business and Philanthropy
March 29, 2017
Now in its 2nd season, Robinson Peete says she’s grateful to OWN for a platform that understands her family and what’s important to them ... read more »
Movie Review: Power Rangers
March 26, 2017
The Power Rangers are back on the big screen! ... read more »
Actor Stephen Bishop Stars in Bravo’s Latest Dark Comedy “Imposters”
March 23, 2017
Actor Stephen Bishop talks about his role as an FBI agent in Bravo's latest dark comedy series "Imposters" ... read more »
Rock ‘N’ Roll Pioneer Chuck Berry Dies at 90
March 22, 2017
Musicians today still aspire to emulate his style and grace. ... read more »
Kat Tat Talks 9Mag, Move to LA, Katroversy, Mobile App and More
March 22, 2017
Katrina Jackson, better known as “Kat Tat” of VH1’s “Black Ink Crew: Chicago,” is making her own way as a boss in the artist community ... read more »
Brickson Diamond Talks Blazing A Trail For Black Creatives At Film Festivals
March 22, 2017
The Co-Founder of The Blackhouse Foundation shares how his background in finance & philanthropy helped to create preeminent programming for African American filmmakers to gain access into some of the most coveted industry festivals from Sundance to Toronto, Tribeca, LAFF, AFI and more. ... read more »
Chuck Berry Dies at 90
March 18, 2017
Berry found unresponsive inside home ... read more »
Nigerian Playwright Ngozi Anyanwu Sets The Stage With ‘Good Grief’
March 15, 2017
In the midst of Women’s History Month, actress and playwright Ngozi Anyanwu, is premiering her award winning stage play, “Good Grief,” at Center Theatre Group’s Kirk Douglas Theatre. ... read more »
Merle Dandridge Dishes On ‘Greenleaf’ Season 2 
March 15, 2017
After a record breaking inaugural season, our favorite guilty pleasure, “Greenleaf” is back with more plot twists and family secrets that will definitely leave you on the edge of your seat. ... read more »
Rapper gives $1 million to Chicago schools, blasts governor
March 15, 2017
Chance the Rapper’s unusual intervention into Chicago Public Schools’ funding crisis took an even more curious turn Monday when the Grammy-winner presented a $1 million check to city schools and urged Gov. ... read more »
Auntie Fee’s niece and manager has updated the status regarding the confusion and misinformation that went viral on Auntie Fee’s condition
March 15, 2017
"Emotions were extremely high all afternoon and due to the severity of her condition and prognosis, there was a lot of confusion on her status, even amongst my family. She is currently in critical condition and fighting for her life. All I can ask is that you all keep her and my family in prayer and respect our privacy during this time. We will update everyone as we see fit. Thank you in advance." -Aisha Odell , Auntie Fee Spokesperson ... read more »
Auntie Fee in Grave Condition
March 14, 2017
Auntie Fee is reportedly in grave condition after suffering a heart attack this afternoon. Although major news outlets like TMZ, BET and many others are reporting that she passed way, she currently remains fighting for her life in a Los Angeles hospital. This is a developing story……… ... read more »
An Opera in Jazz: Terence Blanchard’s “Champion”
March 14, 2017
Pop, Rock, Jazz, and Classical. These are all separate genres of music. But what happens when you put two of them together? You get “opera in jazz” rather than “jazz opera,” according to jazz musician and opera composer Terence Blanchard, who is the former Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz Performance Artistic Director. Blanchard is also a jazz trumpeter from New Orleans who has over 20 albums to his credit, won three Grammy’s and written music for many of Spike Lee’s films. Blanchard just premiered his first opera, (the opera’s second production run), “Champion,” the story of former Welterweight Boxing Champion Emile Griffith and his life-defining fight with reigning Welterweight Champion Benny “The Kid” Paret. ... read more »
Gerard McMurray brings a complicated story of fraternal brotherhood to Netflix in ‘Burning Sands’
March 13, 2017
Gerard McMurray’s complicated but utterly entertaining drama “Burning Sands,” which will debut on Netflix March 10th centers on the controversial “underground” frat hazing at an all-black college. ... read more »
Spectrum Sportsnet LA To Simulcast Ten Los Angeles Dodgers Games On Broadcast Station KTLA5 Beginning Wednesday, April 5
March 12, 2017
Spectrum SportsNet LA’s simulcast game coverage on KTLA5 will begin with the Dodgers matchup vs. the San Diego Padres on Wednesday, April 5 starting at 6:30 pm ... read more »
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