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Rod On The Right Side Of The Law
April 19, 2017
Working through a lot of murder cases, I think the thing that tried my faith and my patience wasn’t necessarily what happened but the apathy of everyone around. ... read more »
ASCAP EXPO RECAP
April 19, 2017
Rhodes produced Lecrae’s Grammy-nominated project, Anomaly, which went gold and scored songs for the major motion picture “Carter High” starring Vivica A. Fox, Charles S. Dutton and Pooch Hall. ... read more »
MOCA Exhibit Highlights Kerry James Marshall’s Compelling Art
April 12, 2017
The phrase “Black is beautiful” comes instantly to mind when viewing the body of work by painter Kerry James Marshall. Colorful depictions of ebony African Americans highlight his art, which is currently featured in an exhibit entitled “Mastry” at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles. ... read more »
Iona Morris: The woman behind the one man show ‘Michael Colyar’s Momma’  
April 12, 2017
Director, actor, writer and producer Iona Morris talks the world of arts, working with comedian Michael Colyar and more.  ... read more »
Comedian Charlie Murphy, brother of Eddie, dies at 57
April 12, 2017
Charlie Murphy, older brother of Eddie Murphy and a comedy stand-up and performer in his own right, has died. ... read more »
Say It Loud: Charlamagne Tha God Is Black & Proud 
April 12, 2017
After nearly two decades in the radio industry, Charlamagne Tha God’s new memoir “Black Privilege: Opportunity Comes to Those Who Create It” takes readers on a journey that explicitly articulates and reiterates that there are no overnight successes. ... read more »
Smokey Robinson’s New Skincare Line Really Has a Hold on Me 
April 12, 2017
Famous for over 50 years, Smokey Robinson shows no signs of slowing down. Most prominent as a singer, he wrote and sang a slew of hits over the years, including enduring classics like “You’ve Really Got a Hold on Me” and “I Second That Emotion” with The Miracles, followed by “Cruisin’” and “Being with You” as a solo artist. ... read more »
Baron Vaughn is ‘Fatherless’
April 5, 2017
He is a funny, funny man. The “he” is Baron Vaughn and you might be familiar with his work on the Netflix original series—now in it’s third year — “Grace & Frankie” or “Mystery Science Theater 3000.” ... read more »
The Mann’s Bringing 29 Years of Love to Reality TV
April 5, 2017
Get ready to laugh and learn how to negotiate yourself inside your own family drama. This process does not have to be hard, in fact it can be downright hilarious if you are being given advice and allowed to peek into the lives of the lovable and business savvy couple David and Tamela Mann. In their new reality series “The Manns" which debuts on TV One, April 4th, and air on Tuesday nights at 8pm (e.t.) bring a needed and positive perceptive in living and loving in a modern family unit. ... read more »
Comedic Legend Michael Colyar’s One-Man Show Tour, “Michael Coylar’s Momma” will Showcase Pain and Laughter
April 5, 2017
Film, television and comedian, Michael Colyar presents “Michael Coylar’s Momma,” A Fool Telling His Truths In Two Acts. Directed by writer and actor Iona Morris, the one-man show will debut at the ACME Comedy theater located in Hollywood at 135 N. La Brea Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90036 and will debut on the weekends of April 7- 9th at 7:00 pm and 8:00 pm as well as April 14 – 16th from 7:00 pm and 8:00 pm. ... read more »
L.A. Radio Veteran Dominique DiPrima Honored As ‘Pioneer Woman of the Year’ 
April 5, 2017
Los Angeles radio veteran Dominique DiPrima was honored as Pioneer Woman of the Year during a ceremony at city hall. ... read more »
Family, Friends and Fans Bid Farewell to Felicia ‘Auntie Fee’ Odell 
April 5, 2017
The internet has lost a dash of its humor and flavor ... read more »
Veteran comedian “Scruncho” presents his first ever one-man show: “All I Needed Was a Hug”
April 3, 2017
Veteran comedian/actor Anthony "Scruncho" McKinley presents his first ever one-man show "All I Needed Was a Hug," a powerful stage play about his life journey from child neglect to comedic glory. Produced by Emmy Award-winning media maven Sherri Shepherd, "All I Needed Was a Hug" will be presented at the Two Roads Theater, Thursday, April 6. ... read more »
“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 »
Katt Williams Faces Lawsuit
March 29, 2017
Katt Williams was sued last week by his former personal assistant for allegedly punching her and pushing ... read more »

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