You Are Here: Home » Entertainment (Page 51)

Wayne K. Brown, one of radio’s most admired and influential executives, dies at 55

Wayne K. Brown, one of the nation’s most influential African-American executives in radio, has died following a battle with liver cancer ...

Read more

Saxophonist John Tchicai dies at 76

Danish saxophonist and pioneer of free jazz in Europe, John Tchicai, has died ...

Read more

SoFo J6 Entertainment Forever R&B Concert Series

The Forever R & B Concert ...

Read more

There Go Our Heroes: Top 10 Black Action Movie Heroes

By Candice Frederick    We all know white dudes aren’t the only ones who could open up a can of whoop-ass on screen. They may dominate the box office (sometimes), but it’s the brothas—and some sistas—who really shut the whole thing down. And, you know what they say, black don’t crack. Here are ten action heroes who will never go out of style: 10) Michael Jai White: Marcus from Tyler Perry’s “Why Did I Get M ...

Read more

Taken 2 Storms Box Office to Collect a Cool $50 Million

by- Shawn Fitzgerald          The Liam Neeson sequel Taken 2 led a lively Columbus Day weekend at the North American box office. The follow up to Neeson's 2008 surprise blockbuster easily led the field which included solid holdovers from Hotel Transylvania and Looper. One film that didn't make much of an impact was Tim Burton's 3D animated comedy Frankenweenie, which scored with critics but met with indiffe ...

Read more

Tyler Perry signs TV deal with Oprah’s OWN

  By BRIAN STELTER  Tyler Perry, the prolific television producer behind sitcoms like “House of Payne,” will soon start to produce shows exclusively for OWN, Oprah Winfrey’s cable network. The partnership between Mr. Perry and Ms. Winfrey, announced Monday, amounts to the biggest programming bet made by OWN since its premiere in January 2011. The network has struggled to define itself and draw an ...

Read more

Stevie Wonder leads tribute to Composer Hal David

tribute to the late composer Hal David ...

Read more

Jay-Z And Beyonce Throw Successful Fundraiser For President Obama

By Gil Kaufman   Jay-Z  and Beyonce hosted a successful fundraiser for President Obama's re-election campaign at the 40/40 club in NYC on Tuesday night One of the perks of being President of the United States is the pomp-and-circumstance that follows you everywhere you go. And while former President Bill Clinton has said that he misses hearing "Hail to the Chief," it's possible that President Obama mig ...

Read more

Children invited to audition for Tri-Rail’s ‘South Florida’s Kids Got Talent’

Children ages 5-17 will compete for a chance to perform at Tri-Rail’s annual “Rail Fun Day” ...

Read more

Site Designed By

Scroll to top