We’re one day away from the start of the weekend and I’ve got a couple of things for you to chew on: My thoughts on Whitney Houston’s vocals not being included in her Lifetime TV biopic, why I think Bobby Brown was the ‘ish back in the day and the failed Tupac Shakur musical. Plus, there’s my watchlist and what’s hot (The Falcon as the new Captain America) and not (The KKK’s latest recruiting efforts). Enjoy!
Category Archives: Black Entertainment
Wow. When he received the Arthur Ashe Courage Award at last night’s ESPY awards, St. Louis Rams’ Defensive End Michael Sam not only served as another reminder that gay athletes are not… More
I enjoy watching this show but question the one-dimensional portrayal of its black characters.
You know I love to laugh so to help you get through the rest of this workweek, I’ve compiled a couple of clips of Kim Wayans that you should check out
Happy Tuesday! Here’s what’s brewing today: Photos from Lifetime’s new Whitney Houston biopic are raising eyebrows, see why you should check out CBS’s “The Good Wife” and “Welcome to Sweetie Pie’s” Robbie Montgomery opens up about the new season and her latest business endeavors. Plus, there’s my watchlist and what’s hot (Bey’s latest photos of Blue Ivy) and not (Carmelo Anthony returning to The Knicks). Enjoy!
After watching Miss Robbie Montgomery and her son Tim Norman spend the sixth season butting heads over which city they should open their new restaurant, “Welcome to Sweetie Pie’s” seventh season premiere revealed on Saturday the St. Louis crew will be headed to Memphis, Tenn.
This year’s Blogging While Brown conference, held on June 27 and 28 in New York City, experienced its highest attendance since it began in 2008.
Now that the dust has cleared and Blogging While Brown has successfully concluded another year, founder and creative director Gina McCauley is pondering the future of the blogging conference.
View the complete list of winners for the 2014 BET Awards held June 29 at the Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE in Los Angeles, Calif.
When in New York City, you do what New Yorkers do, right? That’s exactly what I did Saturday when I attended the “Do the Right Thing” 25th Anniversary block party in Brooklyn.