It’s still January, but Google got a head start on Black history month this past Sunday. During the Grammy awards they released their Black history month commercial and it has been very well received on social media. The ad names all “the most” searched categories, all of which happen to be Black people. The most […]

Larenz Tate and Erica Ash recently had the privilege of hosting the Bounce Trumpet Awards honoring Black excellence and achievement in the community. “Very thankful to be alive and woke on so many levels,” expressed Tate. “We’re celebrating Black excellence, the achievement of Black folks.” He continued, “For Bounce and the Trumpet Awards and to co-host along […]


BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — The Oscar nominees’ luncheon is like an exclusive clubhouse where every member is an outstanding artist and film super-fan. So the production designer of “The Shape of Water” is free to geek out over meeting Mary J. Blige, who herself shared a moment with Gary Oldman. Actresses Sally Hawkins embraced […]


Views from the Roc Nation Grammy brunch scored to “Roc Boys” — We in the house!

Nothing like having old memories from back in the day with the people you have great history with! Actor Terrence J and Donnie Simpson go way back to BET. “I was Donnie’s intern on Video Soul,” explained Terrence. “You know the light eye crew has to stick together,” laughed Terrence. He’ll be hosting the red carpet event […]

Each year, less than one in every 1,000 teens will achieve a 36 on this college entrance exam.

Harold Ekeh, an impressive 18-year-old high school senior, has the toughest decision ever to make: He’s been accepted to every college he’s applied to, including all eight ivy…