Lee Thornton, a former CNN and CBS correspondent and the interim dean for the University of Maryland's journalism school, died Sept. 25 after a brief illness. She was 71.
Everybody loves a good wedding, but in the new novel "Sister Betty Says I Do," there were lots of obstacles littering the aisle.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member and legendary “Georgia on My Mind” singer Ray Charles now appears posthumously on one of the Post Office's "Music Icons Forever" stamps.
D.C. native Darin Atwater is a trailblazer in the orchestral world of fusing traditional classical music with gospel, jazz, R&B and a little bit of hip-hop.
Iyanla Vanzant was the featured speaker Thursday at a networking luncheon that was part of the 43rd Annual Legislative Conference of the Congressional Black Caucus.
You know what you'd do in a crisis — or do you? Could you ignore your inner voice and do something wrongly right?
David Talbert has emphatically answered the question posed by more than a few African-American moviegoers and film critics: Can we get a black movie that’s not about the struggle?
A free production of the play "Four Little Girls: Birmingham 1963" was presented for one night only at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts' Family Theater on Sunday, Sept. 15, the 50th anniversary of the firebombing of Alabama church ...
Artist Faith Ringgold created artwork that proved controversial but are now among the most sought after and legendary pieces of art.
Actress Debbi Morgan's one-woman play, "The Monkey on My Back," is a postscript to the lives of millions of children who grow up witnessing domestic violence, and Morgan gives an absolutely phenomenal performance, offering insight into the internal struggles she ...
Famed actress Debbi Morgan's new one-woman production "The Monkey on My Back" offers an intense journey through her legacy of fear and abuse, which spanned three generations of women beginning with her grandmother and her mother. The show grew out ...
"The Resurrection of Alice," a play currently staged by the District-based Essential Theatre's Women's Works Program, highlights arranged marriages that have taken place in African-American families.
There are multiple options when it comes to how consumers like to watch their favorite programs or other video content.
"Broke-ology" is a word not found in any dictionary, but it’s an apt description of a fictional African-American family at the center of a play which uses the word as its title.
For about an hour and a half, members of the KanKouran West African Dance Company held a standing-room-only audience spellbound with the stellar drumming and scintillating dance numbers for which the group is known.