Quantcast

Entertainment

Subscribe

Joe Jackson, Famed Family Patriarch, Hospitalized in Brazil

Joe Jackson, the father of late superstar Michael Jackson, was hospitalized Sunday in Brazil after suffering a stroke while visiting the South American country for his birthday.

Bobbi Kristina Brown, 22, Daughter of Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown, Dies: Family

Bobbi Kristina Brown, the 22-year-old daughter of famed singers Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown who has been unresponsive since being found in a bathtub at her Georgia home in January, died Sunday, her family said.

Paul Mooney: Bill Cosby Got His 'Wake-Up Call'

Paul Mooney has never been one to mince words, particularly when it comes to race and the topic of racism in America.

Hulk Hogan Apologizes for Racist Rant on Sex Tape; Fired by WWE

World Wrestling Entertainment Inc. has parted ways with Hulk Hogan amid reports of the iconic wrestler using racial slurs, including the N-word, in a expletive-filled tirade caught on a sex tape.

New Chapter in Cosby Dilemma

The stories that the general public has been fed easily lead one to believe that Bill Cosby admitted to rape, which he did not.

Film Festival Showcases Civil Rights Struggles

Harnessing the power of film, music and the arts, the March on Washington Film Festival, going on now at various venues throughout the District, tells stories of the past and reminds viewers that the fight for civil rights continues.

Men Go Wild in 'Chocolate City'

Just when you thought films like "Magic Mike XXL" had captured the interest and imagination of moviegoers, along comes a more "ethnic" version that has raised the temperature of a host of anxious viewers.

March on Washington Film Festival Returns

The 1960s, a pivotal decade for the progress of African-Americans will be remembered, discussed and celebrated through independent lens focusing on the storied events and often overlooked individuals of the civil rights movement.

TV One's 'Runaway Island' to Premiere Saturday

"Runaway Island," written by the 2014 American Film Festival screenplay competition winner Christopher Brandt and directed by Oscar nominee Dianne Houston, explores the challenges facing a group of troubled strangers who seek refuge from their woes on a secluded island.

Blues Alley Turns 50

Blues Alley patrons and jazz and blues connoisseurs won't want to miss the Blues Alley Club's 50th anniversary concert Saturday at the Strathmore Music Center in North Bethesda, Maryland.

'Pardons of Innocence' Film Explores Challenges of Wilmington 10

The Thurgood Marshall Center Trust celebrated what would be United States Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall's 107th birthday on July 2 by screening the documentary film "Pardons of Innocence: The Wilmington 10" in the gymnasium of the historic Thurgood Marshall ...

50 Cent Files for Bankruptcy after Losing Sex-Tape Suit

Rapper 50 Cent filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Monday, just weeks after being declared one of the richest figures in the music industry.

Hip-Hop and Theater Converge for Festival

This week, hundreds of aficionados of various ages in the District celebrated the culture and pondered its future during the Hip-Hop Theater Festival, an annual showcase of theater, dance and music.

Charlie Wilson Tells All in Memoir

Charlie Wilson, the former lead singer for the 1980s Grammy Award-winning trio The Gap Band, has long been urged to share his story — one that includes homelessness, drug addiction, poverty and pain.

Bill Cosby Firestorm Refueled by Drug Revelations in Court Docs

The sex-abuse scandal surrounding legendary comedian Bill Cosby has reached its zenith with the release of a decade-old deposition where the beleaguered superstar admits that he plied women with drugs to have sex with them.

Previous