Karen Pittman Discusses ‘And Just Like That’ and Looming SAG Strike

One of the best reasons to watch “And Just Like That” now in its second season on MAX is to witness actress Karen Pittman’s portrayal of Dr. Nya Wallace. She brings a sense of calm, dignity, and inner strength that makes you wish she had her own show. With her talent, the vastness of New York City, and the complexity of Dr. Nya Wallace, she is more than capable. To provide some context, “And Just Like That” is an American comedy-drama television series developed by Michael Patrick King for HBO Max. It serves as both a revival and a sequel

Rishi Rajani’s Inclusive Leadership Shines at Tribeca Film Festival

At the 2023 Tribeca Film Festival, I had the pleasure of meeting Rishi Rajani, the CEO and president of Film/TV Productions at Hillman Grad Productions. Contrary to my initial impression based on his social media presence, Rishi turned out to be warm and inclusive. His first words to me were a compliment on my new glasses, and it reminded me of the quote from the film “Goodfellas” – “You’ll like this guy. He’s all right. He’s a goodfella, one of us.” Rishi’s inclusive nature aligns with what I’ve heard about Lena Waithe and how the company operates. Both and the company


The 34th annual L.A. Black Pride (LABP) returns to Los Angeles during the 4th of July weekend to celebrate all things Black and queer.  Several events are planned to precede the actual holiday.

‘The Color Purple’ Transcends Boundaries with Stellar Cast and Artistic Brilliance

Prepare to be captivated by the powerful sisterhood of three extraordinary women in the highly anticipated film, “The Color Purple.”
With visionary director Blitz Bazawule, renowned for his remarkable work on “Black Is King” and “The Burial of Kojo,” at the helm, and a stellar production team including Oprah Winfrey, Steven Spielberg, Scott Sanders, and Quincy Jones, this bold reinterpretation of the beloved classic is poised to leave a lasting impact.

‘Black Cracks’ — So Take Care!

The myth that African-American skin doesn’t crack is pervasive in society, but is it actually true? The answer is no. Whether it’s from aging, sun exposure, smoking or repetitive facial expressions, nobody is immune to the skin creases and fine lines that come with age. And the area around the eyes is particularly susceptible to such changes.