Tune in to see mental health activist and communications maven Terrie M. Williams, MSW on WE tv’s ”SWV Reunited” as she shares life lessons with Coko, Lelee and Taj of the Grammy nominated R&B group SWV–at 10:ooPM (EST) on Thursday, January 30, 2014. Continue Reading →
This year, even those sorry Harlem souls deprived of a big screen on Super Bowl Sunday can enjoy the spectacle. Continue Reading →
TV One announced today on News One Now hosted by Roland Martin that the network has picked up its popular reality series R&B Divas Atlanta for a third season and R&B Divas LA for its second season, both of which are slated for 2014 premieres. Continue Reading →
Call it patronizing all the way down to the typography. If NY Mag chose to frame the family, and the likely next first family of New York City as a biracial flavor-of-the-moment, as the hands-down winners of the 2013 Christmas/Hannukah/Kwanzaa mailbox double-take contest, the stereotyping of: Continue Reading →
Edward Vincent “Ed” Sullivan (September 28, 1901 – October 13, 1974) was a US entertainment writer and television host, best known as the presenter of the television variety program The Toast of the Town, now usually remembered under its second name, The Ed Sullivan Show. Continue Reading →
On Friday, a couple of the members of the “Love & Hip-Hop” cast hosted a press dinner and Season 2 preview screening in New York and we couldn’t help but notice the heavy shiny-ness on Chrissy’s left hand. Continue Reading →
It was snowing in Harlem, NY this weekend, but that didn’t stop the Gossip Girl wardrobe department from dressing poor Blake Lively up in shorts for a day of filming today. Continue Reading →
This wasn’t your average high school band despite what you’re thinking. The band was as innovative as any
that you might see in high schools today.
The film’s focus is the Kashmere Stage Band of the early 70′s. Omega Psi Psi member and Wiley College graduate, professor Conrad O. Johnson (pictured) was the leader of this elite stage band. Continue Reading →
Leo O’Brien — the actor who played Bruce Leroy‘s little brother Richie in 1985′s “The Last Dragon” star has assured fans he’s “alright” after he was shot twice on Monday (5, Sep, 2011).
The actor, in the cult martial arts movie, was in Harlem, New York when a gunman opened fire on Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd. and W. 127th Street.
Law enforcement sources tell us … the suspect Travis Breckenridge a 50-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the shooting, and was booked for attempted murder and criminal possession of a firearm.
Last Father’s Day, President Obama challenged young men to step up as fathers, asking them to recognize that their “responsibility does not end at conception.” VH1 and 3 Ball Productions are taking that call to heart with the new series “Dad Camp,” which tasks a small group of young fathers-to-be to step up and become responsible and caring parents. “Dad Camp” premieres on VH1 on Monday, May 31 at 10:30 PM* Continue Reading →