Need a Grand Marshall for your Gay Pride Parade? Ask La Toya Jackson! That’s what the city of San Diego did and we’ll see just how well Ms. Jackson does… More
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June may mean the end of the school year or the time to start thinking about vacations but here on the LGBT page (which has a snazzy new design if… More
Kiyah Wright’s feeling pretty good these days. The celebrity hairstylist, who stars alongside her three close friends—life coach Bershan Shaw, philanthropist Tiffany Jones and actress and photographer Chenoa Maxwell–in the OWN docu-series “Love in the City,” is fine with how she’s being portrayed on the new reality series.
Of the four ladies on OWN’s freshman docu-series, “Love in the City,” Chenoa Maxwell is without a doubt the most free-spirited. Some may attribute it to her artistic background.
Thank goodness it’s Friday! Before you put your weekend plans into action, here’s what buzzing in Black Hollywood: OWN’s new reality show about four women in NYC debuts and NBC’s “Rosemary’s Baby” has a new trailer and release date. Also, check out my weekend watchlist and what’s hot (and not).
Fresh off the news that it delivered its most watched quarter in its history, OWN: The Oprah Winfrey Network started the day with more big news.
The workweek may have ended but the happenings in black entertainment haven’t. Read more about Boris Kodjoe getting another television show, OWN’s new reality dubbed the multicultural “Sex and the City” and Aaron McGruder’s next plans. Also, check out my weekend watchlist and what’s hot and what’s not.
It’s the middle of the week and plenty’s happening including an opportunity to meet the lady behind Lupita Nyong’o's great looks, Jamie Foxx and Kevin Hart possibly doing a movie with the “Ride Along” team plus OWN’s sharing some great news.
OWN: The Oprah Winfrey Network is at it again! The three-year-old enterprise acquired the rights to turn singer Darlene Love’s memoir “My Name is Love: The Darlene Love Story” into its first original TV movie, according to an OWN press release.
Colorism is a backward mindset that’s plagued people of color for centuries and Oprah Winfrey and Iyanla Vanzant want to do something about it.