It’s three weeks into the NFL season – how’s your team doing? Of course, football is in the air these days but there’s a lot else happening over the weekend. The 64 Annual Emmy Awards honors excellence in primetime television and this year, cable is dominant. HBO leads all nominations and the two most nominated shows were on AMC and F/X.  If you’re a music fan, you can catch Prince in Chicago next week for a few rare dates, but this weekend, New Edition is back on the road and Anthony Hamilton and Estelle are making their rounds during their soulful road appearances. Here’s what’s happening in your area this weekend.

All Times Eastern

Friday, September 21

“Boss” at 9 p.m. on STARZ
Sanaa Lathan and T.I. appear on this season of the popular show about a ruthless Chicago mayor (Kelsey Grammer) who is secretly dealing with an illness while trying to maintain power by any means necessary.

Saturday, September 22
“Welcome to Sweetie Pie’s” at 9 p.m. on OWN
Restauranteur Robbie Montgomery and her family face new challenges at a new location, the Upper Crust.
Sunday, September 23

“64th Annual Emmy Awards” at 8 p.m. on ABC
Jimmy Kimmel hosts this year’s Emmy Awards, where “Mad Men” and “American Horror Story” boast the top nominations with 17 each.

“Sunday Night Football: Patriots at Ravens” at 8:20 p.m. on NBC
The rematch of last year’s AFC championship which the Pats won, pits the currently 1-1 teams against each other’s strong points of offense (Pats) and defense (Ravens).


“Dredd 3D”
Wood Harris of “The Wire” plays an enforcer in this surprisingly well-reviewed “remake” about the battle of good vs. evil in Mega City One, the East Coast of the future.

“End of Watch”
Michael Pena and Jake Gyllenhall star as two idealistic police officers in Los Angeles

Michael Ealy stars in "UNCONDITIONAL" a story inspired by the real life of Joe Bradford who leads Elijah’s Heart, a ministry to children and families in under-resourced communities.


“The Cutting Season” by Attica Locke
An estate manager prepares a beautiful mansion for a wedding, but things take a turn when a body turns up

Friday, September 21

Comedian Earthquake stops into the Dallas area for the weekend with a lineup of shows. He’ll be at the Addison Improv through Sunday night. The funnyman started out in the U.S. Air Force doing open mic nights while stationed in Florida. Now he’s making them laugh all over the country. For more information and tickets, click here.

Anthony Hamilton and Estelle
Greek Theater
7:30 p.m.

New Edition
BI-Lo Center
8 p.m.

Saturday, September 22

Kem and Angie Stone
Blue Cross Arena
8 p.m.

New Edition
Chastain Park Amphitheatre
8 p.m.

Cedric the Entertainer
Verizon Wireless Center

Congressional Black Caucus
CBC is celebrating & embracing 'Healthy Hair' Choices during the Congressional Black Caucus Annual Legislative Conference (CBC ALC). Join us for hair demos, panels discussions, vendors & oh yes, giveaways! Admission free w/ toiletry or $ donation for a local shelter.

Sunday, September 23
New Edition
Baton Rouge River Center Arena
7 p.m.

The Dwight D. Howard & Sheryl H. Howard Foundation present the FIRST ANNUAL PRESEASON PEP RALLY
Atlanta Christian Academy
For more info
4 p.m.


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