Few people can say that they’ve been on the same job for 30 years. But when the time has been spent in realizing a dream, the accomplishment becomes even more satisfying.
Going across 110th Street will never be the same.
More than 100 supporters of black art hit the Smithsonian Castle on the National Mall recently for Summer Soiree, an annual fundraising event.
Southwest Airlines launched Tuesday its service to three Caribbean destinations from three of its U.S. gateway cities.
Bobby Womack, the R&B icon whose singing and guitar play influenced artists from the Rolling Stones to 50 Cent, has died. He was 70.
A "Phantom of the Opera"-costumed gentleman greeted guests Thursday at Harmony Hall Regional Center John Addison Concert Hall in Fort Washington, Md., setting the tone for "Phantom"-themed gala sponsored by the Coalition for African Americans in the Performing Arts (CAAPA), ...
Like fine wine, Prince gets better with time.
Mom always liked you better.
Actor Hill Harper visited the District earlier this month to announce that he's bringing his “Manifest Your Destiny Foundation” to the city for a special program.
The Fifth Annual DC Black Theatre Festival began June 20 and runs through Sunday, June 29.
BOOK REVIEW: 'The Man from Essence: Creating a Magazine for Black Women' by Edward Lewis with Audrey Edwards, foreword by Camille O. Cosby
In "The Man from Essence" by Edward Lewis, you'll see that that phenomenon crosses all industries.
Among both ardent supporters and detractors, there's one thing unmistakable about Michael Jackson: He's still the undisputed "King of Pop."
Ruby Dee, who died on June 12, at her home in New Rochelle, New York, had quite the fan base and many admirers around the world.
Pack a bag; grab a blanket and take some time off from work, that’s the advice from Sunny Sumter, the executive director of the DC Jazz Festival which celebrates its 10th anniversary this year.
Legendary actor and civil rights activist Ruby Dee died Wednesday in her New York home. She was 91.