Ledisi and Eric Benet and Frankie Beverly and Patti Labelle are the hot concert tickets this weekend. But for most of the movie-going public there’s only one choice this weekend; time to go see “The Dark Knight Rises,” the last of the rebooted “Batman” trilogy. If neither of those strikes your fancy, you can catch Kevin Hart on TV, or read a sexy compilation that will make you think of shades of black, instead of shades of grey.
The Indiana Black Expo is at the Indiana Convention Center. The Multi-cultural Oral Health Summit starts today at the Boca Raton Resort in Florida. Sybil will accept the Civil Rights Award on behalf of Tom and the Tjms on Monday Also, tomorrow is National Junk Food Day so enjoy some sweets in celebration! Here’s to the weekend, whatever your choice. Be safe and read on to see what’s happening in your neck of the woods.
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Friday July 20
“Kevin Hart: Strictly Funny” at 10 p.m. on Comedy Central
The height-challenged comedian presents one of his standup shows from the Allen Theater in Cleveland.
Saturday July 21
“Remember the Titans” at 9:30 p.m. on ABC Family
Denzel Washington and Nicole Ari Parker star in the movie, based on real events that detail how integration impacts a Virginia football team in the 70’s.
:Happily Never After"
A new series premieres tomorrow on the id channel. "Happily Never After" tells the true stories of people who meet untimely ends on or around their wedding days.
New episodes of Mob Wives Chicago and Big Ang on VH-1.
Sunday July 22
“The Teen Choice” Awards at 8 p.m. on Fox
Justin Bieber and Flo Rida perform on the annual salute to kid’s entertainment
“The Dark Knight Rises”
Christian Bale, Anne Hathaway, Joseph Gordon Leavitt and Morgan Freeman are the stars of the final entry in the rebooted “Batman” movie franchise
Three tales of sexual intrigue by three well-known authors of erotic fiction
Friday, July 20
You know him best from “Drumline” and “The Replacements” but writer/producer/actor/comedian Orlando Jones has been working behind the scenes for years. He started out at 19 writing for “A Different World” and “Martin” and he also worked on “Roc” and “MadTV.” You could say he knows a thing or two about multiple revenue streams as he’s also a standup comic. Yup, he’s at the Arlington Improv near Dallas this weekend.
Time Warner Cable Pavilion at Walnut Creek
Florence Civic Center
COUNTRY CLUB HILLS, IL
Country Club Hills Theater
The finale of duets was last night and of course John Legend is a coach. Luckily, he’s got new music coming out and his kicks off tonight.
Charlie Mack’s "Party 4 Peace" with Will and Jaden Smith on hand to present charlie with the "I Will be Geat" award at Drexel University's academy of the arts.
Saturday, July 21
Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre Charlotte
Chastain Park Amphitheatre ASO
Sunday, July 22
Center Stage Theater