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Fresh Prince’ Reboot Turns Up The Drama In Its First Trailer

Bel-Air's iconic Fresh Prince is getting a fresh new look, 30 years later.

Sidney Poitier, Oscar-Winning Actor And Hollywood’s First Black Movie Star, Dies At 94

Sidney Poitier, whose elegant bearing and principled onscreen characters made him Hollywood's first Black movie star and the first Black man to win the best actor Oscar, has died.

Grammy Awards Show Canceled, Officials Cite Omicron Variant As Reason

The Recording Academy and CBS Television have postponed the 64th Annual GRAMMY Awards Show scheduled for January 31 at Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.

After Five Seasons, ‘Insecure’ Leaves Behind A long-lasting Legacy

For the last five years, many Sunday scaries have been staved off by one thing: "Insecure."

Rapper Wiz Khalifa Says It’s Time For Musicians To Stop Beefing

Hip-hop star Wiz Khalifa is calling for peace in the entertainment industry following the violent deaths of fellow rappers Drakeo the Ruler and Young Dolph.

Swan Song

Come for the sci-fi tricks. Stay for a story bathed in an ethereal atmosphere that will keep you intrigued until the end. Whatever that may be.  

Former ‘Empire Star’ Jussie Smollett Found Guilty Of Staging Attack

Smollett faces up to three years in prison when he’s sentenced.

‘Godfather Of Hip-Hop Journalism’ Greg Tate Dies At 64

The music and culture writer, who excelled as a musician, was 64.

History In The Making: Two Black Ballerinas Play Lead Role In Pacific Northwest Ballet’s The Nutcracker

If you didn’t have enough reasons to see The Nutcracker performed by the Pacific Northwest Ballet (PNB) this season, Annalise Dautricourt and DianaStarr Robinson are poised to woo the crowds with their history making performances.

Review – ‘Harlem’ Dresses Up Yet Another Quartet For Success From ‘Girls Trip’s’ Writer

On paper, there's nothing particularly new about "Harlem," which focuses on yet another quartet of 30-something women navigating life and love in the big city. But the execution of this Amazon series from "Girls Trip" writer Tracy Oliver lifts it above the norm, with plenty of laugh-out-loud moments -- starting with "Get Out: The Musical" -- to go with the soapier ones about relationships and careers.

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