From being told to remove his dreadlocks or don't attend graduation, to walking on the red carpet at the 92nd Annual Academy Awards, De’Andre Arnold is proudly showing everyone he will not be bullied into chopping off his hair, which is now the center of national attention.
To kick off OSCAR weekend, ESSENCE— the number one media, technology and commerce company dedicated to Black women globally—celebrated extraordinary Hollywood visionaries and culture shifters during its 13th annual Black Women in Hollywood Awards, held Thursday, February 6, 2020 at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Beverly Hills, CA. ESSENCE‘s Black Women in Hollywood Awards was presented by
The story of a shoulder-padded, scrunchie-wearing clique of three girls ruling Westerberg High takes the stage at Lone Star College-North Harris as the LSC-North Harris Drama Department presents Kevin Murphy and Laurence O’Keefe’s “Heathers the Musical” beginning Tuesday, Feb. 18.
One of the most memorable Super Bowl performances of all time was when Whitney Houston belted out the "National Anthem" in a way that has not -- and possibly will never -- be matched. But our own Houston sweetheart Yolanda Adams gave a stellar performance of her own singing "America the Beautiful," helping to kick off the 2020 Super Bowl.
The Netflix documentary series, “Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez,” gave an in depth look into the life of the late former Patriots tight end.
Will Mo’Nique finally have a “let go and let God” moment with Netflix after finally landing a well-deserved comedy special with Showtime? Mayybbeeeee, but we doubt it.
It was a record-breaking box office over the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend as Will Smith and Martin Lawrence brought back the funny in the latest “Bad Boys” franchise.
Shout out to the 'Doggfather,' 'Uncle Snoop,' 'Snoop Lion' or whatever he is calling himself these days for continuing to keep those multiple streams of income flowing in!
A huge congratulations is in order for Spike Lee, who has just made history, becoming the first African American jury president of the Cannes Film Festival in its 73-year history.
If there was ever any doubt about the continued greatness of Barack and Michelle Obama, here you go. The former president and first lady received their first Oscar nomination for their production company’s debut documentary.