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Those Posters from Facebook: Who They Really Are, What They Really Do

• February 20, 2012 • Comments Off on Those Posters from Facebook: Who They Really Are, What They Really Do

Bobbi Kristina Brown Was Said to Have Disappeared For Hours and Was Found Doing Dope After Whitney’s Funeral

• February 19, 2012 • 2 Comments

Whitney’s Funeral to be Livestreamed Saturday from New Hope Baptist Church…and More

• February 16, 2012 • 1 Comment

Sending Etta James Home

• January 29, 2012 • 2 Comments

No Surprise: Baby Daddy Antwaun Cook Betraying Fantasia With Other Jumpoffs, and Trying to Get Back With His Wife

• January 17, 2012 • 3 Comments

“Dark Girls” Documentary by Bill Duke and Channsin Berry Comes to the East Coast

• January 11, 2012 • 3 Comments

That Cartoon From Facebook, “Genius”

• January 8, 2012 • Comments Off on That Cartoon From Facebook, “Genius”

Kimberly Anyadike Becomes The Youngest Black Woman To Fly Solo Across The U.S.

• January 4, 2012 • 1 Comment

Black Youth Whipped By Uncle In Famous Video Scene For Gang Talk on Facebook Found Murdered (w/Update)

• December 21, 2011 • 2 Comments

How Buddhism Changed This Young Black Brother’s Life

• November 21, 2011 • Comments Off on How Buddhism Changed This Young Black Brother’s Life

Centino Kemp, Bishop Long Accuser, Claims Suicide Attempt, But The Other Accusers and Some Friends Aren’t Buying His Story

• November 12, 2011 • 2 Comments

The Penn State Pedophile Controversy Is All About Protecting The Athletic Program At The Cost of Protecting The Kids

• November 11, 2011 • Comments Off on The Penn State Pedophile Controversy Is All About Protecting The Athletic Program At The Cost of Protecting The Kids

The Ancestors Summon “Smokin'” Joe Frazier, Boxer and Entertainer

• November 8, 2011 • Comments Off on The Ancestors Summon “Smokin'” Joe Frazier, Boxer and Entertainer

Eddie Murphy with Leno on “The Tonight Show,” Eleven One Eleven

• November 2, 2011 • Comments Off on Eddie Murphy with Leno on “The Tonight Show,” Eleven One Eleven

Some Wednesday Love: “I Am The Black Gold of The Sun,” Nuyorican Soul and Rotary Connection

• November 2, 2011 • 1 Comment

Fantasia Blowing It Again: Mahalia Jackson Estate “Aghast” at Her Pregnancy; Film Runs Risk of Folding

• October 9, 2011 • Comments Off on Fantasia Blowing It Again: Mahalia Jackson Estate “Aghast” at Her Pregnancy; Film Runs Risk of Folding

Join The Podcast Discussion of “Dark Girls” with Channsin Berry and Bill Duke Thursday Night, September 29

• September 29, 2011 • Comments Off on Join The Podcast Discussion of “Dark Girls” with Channsin Berry and Bill Duke Thursday Night, September 29

Jamal Parris and Spencer LeGrande: The Money From Bishop Long Doesn’t Even Begin To Ease The Pain (w/Updates)

• August 26, 2011 • 1 Comment

Ya Know, After All This, Rodney King Oughta Have His Driver’s Licence and His Freedom Taken Away for Drunk Driving

• July 14, 2011 • Comments Off on Ya Know, After All This, Rodney King Oughta Have His Driver’s Licence and His Freedom Taken Away for Drunk Driving

Denzel Washington and Viola Davis Discuss Acting, Hollywood, the Film Industry, and Much, Much More

• July 12, 2011 • 1 Comment

It’s Father’s Day, and Daughters Need Their Dads Just As Sons Need Their Dads

• June 19, 2011 • 2 Comments

Tracy Morgan: It Wasn’t Humor or Free Speech, It Was Hate and An Apology Is Too Little Too Late

• June 13, 2011 • Comments Off on Tracy Morgan: It Wasn’t Humor or Free Speech, It Was Hate and An Apology Is Too Little Too Late

A Little Marvin and Tammi on a Sunday: “You’re All I Need to Get By”

• June 12, 2011 • Comments Off on A Little Marvin and Tammi on a Sunday: “You’re All I Need to Get By”

Creflo Dollar Defends, Sherri Shepherd Derides Bishop Eddie Long As New Reports Surface Regarding How Much The Four Young Men Were Really Paid

• June 9, 2011 • 6 Comments

Derrion Albert Case Concludes in Chicago with Four Defendants Tried and Convicted as Adults, One as Juvenile, But No One Really Wins

• June 3, 2011 • Comments Off on Derrion Albert Case Concludes in Chicago with Four Defendants Tried and Convicted as Adults, One as Juvenile, But No One Really Wins