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Nikki Lynette Addresses Mental Health Through Musical Theatre
January 7, 2021
"Get Out Alive,” a story that recounts her personal journey of domestic violence, emotional grief, and clinical depression. ... read more »
Eric Jerome Dickey, bestselling novelist, dead at 59
January 6, 2021
Eric Jerome Dickey, the bestselling novelist who blended crime, romance and eroticism in ``Sister, Sister,'' ``Waking With Enemies'' and dozens of other stories about contemporary Black life, has died at age 59. ... read more »
Reports: Rapper Dr. Dre Hospitalized Due To Brain Aneurysm
January 5, 2021
Rapper/producer Dr. Dre was being treated at a Los Angeles hospital today after suffering a brain aneurysm, according to various reports. ... read more »
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Top Stories of Entertainment 2020
December 31, 2020
These were the stories in entertainment in 2020. ... read more »
‘American Gods,’ the African Gods on America’s shore ready for revenge; it’s war!
December 24, 2020
“AMERICAN GODS” season three premieres on January 10, 2021, on Amazon Prime Video. It’s a war on — for the minds and souls of mankind. ... read more »
Charley Pride, a country music Black superstar, dies at 86
December 17, 2020
Charley Pride, one of country music’s first Black superstar whose rich baritone on such hits as “Kiss an Angel Good Morning” helped sell millions of records and made him the first Black member of the Country Music Hall of Fame, has died. He was 86. ... read more »
Amber Rasberry Secures the Title of Senior Film Executive for Amazon Studios
December 17, 2020
In the season of racial equality and diversity in leadership, former development director Amber Rasberry accepted the position of a senior film executive at Amazon Studios. With a long history in the film production industry, Rasberry has a portfolio supporting the well-deserved position as a senior film executive. ... read more »
Award Winning Producer/Director Debbie Allen and Dr. Guy Fisher ‘The Real Godfather of Harlem’ bring his life story to screen in 2021-2022
December 17, 2020
Miss Allen has long believed that his true story could become a symbol of possibility and change. ... read more »
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Iconic Actor and Noted Athlete Tommy ‘Deebo’ Lister, Found Dead in Marina Del Rey Residence
December 17, 2020
Known for his iconic character “Deebo” in the Cube Vision production series “Friday” Tommy Lister died on Thursday, December 10, 2020. Lister lived a colorful life, crossing entertainment lines as a pro-wrestler to a noted actor, the 275-pound performing artist was known as the “Gentle Giant,” to all his fans and loved ones. ... read more »
How Mayor James Butts turned Inglewood Into California’s Premier Sports and Entertainment City
December 17, 2020
The Inglewood economic renaissance is not only keeping its momentum, it is also gathering speed. ... read more »
The Work of Women Empowerment Found Behind New Novel, ‘Through My Mother’s Eyes’
December 17, 2020
Eloise Laws is a woman of many talents, her creativity is captured through different mediums of art. Laws embedded her energy into music, acting and writing for over 30 years.  She developed an eye for talent and looks to nourish the gifts of others. ... read more »
Cal State LA Remembers Legacy of Sports Hall of Famer Tiny Lister
December 16, 2020
Cal State LA Hall of Famer Tommy "Tiny" Lister, who went on to a successful acting career that spanned more than two decades, passed away on Thursday. He was 62. ... read more »
Billy Porter to join New Year’s Eve show from Times Square
December 11, 2020
Last New Year’s Eve, Billy Porter was working in New Orleans. This year he’ll still be working — but in New York City. ... read more »
Jesse Collins among producers of upcoming Academy Awards
December 11, 2020
This combination photo shows producers Steven Soderbergh, from left, Stacey Sher and Jesse Collins. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences said Tuesday, Dec. 8, 2020, that Soderbergh, Sher and Collins have come on board to produce the 93rd Oscars telecast. (AP Photo) ... read more »
Women’s Hall of Fame honors Aretha Franklin, Morrison, Lacks
December 10, 2020
“Queen of Soul” Aretha Franklin and Nobel laureate and “Beloved” author Toni Morrison will be inducted into the National Women’s Hall of Fame Thursday as part of a posthumous class of Black honorees that also includes Henrietta Lacks, whose cells were widely used in biomedical research; Barbara Hillary, the first Black woman to travel to both the North and South Poles, and civil rights activists Barbara Rose Johns Powell and Mary Church Terrell. ... read more »
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