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Has August Ever Been Blacker?

For Americans of African descent involved in, and in remembrance of, individuals who have risked their lives as members of the Black resistance in America, the month of August is


Most know Russ Parr as a radio king. With 30 years of broadcasting notches on the belt, his syndicated “Russ Parr Morning Show” airs in 18 markets, with the weekend add

SCREEN TIME: Omari Hardwick

There are no mistakes in life. Some say it’s synchronicity. Others prefer the term “blessings.” The cynical call it “accidents.” However you choose to

SCREEN TIME: Lamann Rucker

Acting wasn’t always Lamman Rucker’s first choice. Yes, he’s been in a multitude of movies, on soap operas, and TV shows. But at one point, Rucker thought&nb

SCREEN TIME: Jerrod Carmichael

“Did you meet Jerrod?” Zac Efron asks this question in a room full of journalists. He’s sitting at the edge of a table next to his co-stars in the new movie Neigh

Arian Foster Goes Hollywood

Arian Foster is a rookie all over again. Sure he’s played for the Houston Texans since 2009, holding franchise records for rushing touchdowns and yards. But today, sitting in

SCREEN TIME: Anthony Mackie

Listen carefully and you’ll hear a tiny southern twang way in the back of Anthony Mackie’s voice. It comes despite 11 years of classes in acting for film, TV, and stage

SCREEN TIME: Kit Harington

In real life, Jon Snow, or rather Kit Harington, might disappoint a bit. At a mere 5’7 and 3/4 (according to his IMDB profile), in person he’s a little dude almost appe

SCREEN TIME: David E. Talbert

David E. Talbert is the writer of fourteen national plays, four novels, a reality TV show and director/producer of two films (2008’s First Sunday