George Lopez Announces His First Netflix Comedy Special We’ll Do It For Half

Comedy legend George Lopez returns to his stand-up roots, making his Netflix original comedy special debut with We’ll Do It For Half.

Airing Your Dirty Laundry

Much of when a parent and child are in confl ict, goes unresolved in Black families. It oft en takes generations or extreme circumstances to initiate the healing process, especially in a mother-daughter relationship.

DMX Hosts Virtual Bible Study and Everybody’s Being Blessed By It

During this time of the pandemic, many are turning to do more online: from grocery shopping to meetings, parties, graduations, and even church.

Babyface Tests Positive for COVID-19, but is “So Blessed”

Babyface, the award-winning music producer behind some of the biggest artists, songs and record label, LaFace records, revealed that he too had been stricken with COVID-19.

Broadway Actor Dwayne Clark and His Children Launch Book Series that Shares Experiences of an African American Family

Actor Dwayne Clark, his 8-year old son DJ, and his 11-year old daughter Jada have launched a series of children’s books that portray life lessons from their family experiences to motivate young readers.


Like most artists scheduled to release music during the Covid-19 pandemic, Bahamian artist & songwriter, REXY* had thoughts about whether it was still the right time. After surviving Hurricane Dorian which devastated the northern islands of The Bahamas, she knows ...

Chicago In Tune Kickoff Event Takes Place On May 21

Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot recently joined the Chicago’s Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events (DCASE), and members of Chicago’s music and arts and culture scene to kick-off the 2020 Year of Chicago Music.

The 37th Annual Chicago Blues Festival in Millennium Park June 5–7

Experience Blues Music “in the Key of Chicago” at the 37th Annual Chicago Blues Festival happening Friday, June 5 to Sunday, June 7, in Millennium Park (201 E. Randolph St.) and Sunday, June 7, at Maxwell Street Market (800 S. ...

graveyard shift On Stage Now At The Goodman Theatre

Rising stars playwright korde arrington tuttle and director Danya Taymor reunite for graveyard shift, following its appearance as a developmental production in the Goodman’s 2018 New Stages Festival.

Muhammad Ali, Georgia O’Keeffe, and Rosa Parks are Most Popular Historical Figures in Bamboo Luminaries

Award-winning skill developer Bamboo Learning has released its first report analyzing learner activities on its new, popular Alexa educational trivia game, Bamboo Luminaries.

Dating.com Releases Guide on “What Not To Do” This Valentine’s Day

Before the most romantic day of the New Year arrives, Dating.com, part of the Dating.com Group and the company behind numerous online dating sites, has released a newly curated guide to navigating Valentine’s Day festivities.

Beyoncé And Sony/ATV Music Publishing Sign Global Agreement

Beyoncé and Sony/ATV Music Publishing recently announced a global agreement covering the music icon’s entire song catalog, including seminal hits from her start with Destiny’s Child, through her unparalleled collection of solo works written throughout her career.

Columbia College Chicago Announces Second Madeleine Moore Burrell Fellow

Columbia College Chicago recently announced 2020 Madeleine Moore Burrell Fellowship recipient, Keli Garrett. The academic residency, which is named after Columbia trustee, Madeleine Moore Burrell, is now in its second year.

EdTech Studio, Wonder Media, Produces Emergency Preparedness Animation Series

Th e EdTech animation studio founded by Terry Th oren, the former CEO of the company that incubated Rugrats and Th e Simpsons, has rolled out yet another mission-driven series using animated stories to engage children.

Reggae Artist, Safira Mono Targeted by VooDoo Community for Her Latest Single “Tunback Blow”

Reggae artiste Safira Mono is getting a lot of flak from several individuals in various countries including Jamaica, Haiti and Ghana following the release of her recent single “Tunback Blow,” produced by James Lord.