Six-Year-Old Creates Coloring Book Focused on Black Culture

Vanae James-Bey released the first of a coloring book series last month that focuses on the cultural contributions of Black people in America and across the globe. Bey, along with her mom, Veronica Bey, released The Indigenous Adventures of Princess Vanae on March 31. Little Vanae inserts a cute cartoon version of herself as the book’s …Read More

Janet Jackson Confirms Separation From Husband Wissam Al Mana

According to ABC News, Janet Jackson’s rep has confirmed that she and her billionaire husband Wissam Al Mana are separating three months after having their son early this year. According to Page Six, one source said the split is amicable and the couple will co-parent their son, but others said trouble “had been brewing” for awhile. A …Read More

Legendary Musician Chuck Berry Passes Away At Age 90

Legendary guitarist, song writer, and musician Chuck Berry passed away at his home near Wentzville, Missouri on March 18th.  With songs like “Johnny B. Goode” and “Roll Over Beethoven,” he gave kids their first taste of Rock and Roll.  Berry hit the Top 10 in 1955 with “Maybellene” and went on to influence generations of …Read More

Issa Rae and “Insecure” Return to HBO This Summer

Issa Rae announced Tuesday afternoon on Twitter that season two of her series “Insecure” will be making a return to HBO on July 23. When the show took a hiatus from last November, fans were left with a so many questions: Will I still be forced to declare #TeamLawrence or #TeamIssa? Was Lawrence just trying to …Read More

Whitney Houston Documentary Set to Premiere At Tribeca Film festival

Tribeca Film Festival announced 82 of the 98 films that will play in this year’s annual festival. Among the entries are “Gilbert,” Neil Berkeley’s documentary about the comedian; “Elian,” the Alex Gibney-produced documentary about the famous Cuban boy; “Frank Serpico,” Antonino D’Ambrosio’s film about the 1970s New York police officer; and the Houston documentary “Whitney: …Read More

Dave Chappelle Is Back With New Netflix Specials

Dave Chappelle is set to complete two comedy specials for Netflix.  This will be his first since 2004.  Netflix announced Thursday that they’ll begin streaming the two specials, both from the comedian’s “personal vault,” March 21. Netflix revealed the news in a tweet that also features a black and white clip of the comedian smoking …Read More