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Bill Cosby Supporters Grow Silent, Except One

In the wake of the criminal charges filed against legendary comedian and actor Bill Cosby, the voices that once supported the star have suddenly grown silent.

Improv Relieving Stress for Ward 8

Through the D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities East of the River Grant, Ward 8 residents will get the opportunity to explore the benefits of theater.

Natalie Cole Overcomes Adversity, Professional to the End

Natalie Cole may have been the daughter of the late, great crooner Nat King Cole, but she earned her own stripes in the world of R&B, picking up six Grammys and scoring big with plenty of platinum-selling records.

Challenges of Women Featured in 'Why Good Girls Become Bad Boys'

Snoop Robinson, executive producer for locally-based Terrell Entertainment, will present a new play, “Why Good Girls Become Bad Boys,” at the Warner Theatre in Northwest, Jan. 9 and 10, that promises to make you laugh, cry and everything in between.

Camille Cosby Deposition Postponed

A federal judge ruled that Camille Cosby won't have to testify Wednesday as previously planned in the sexual assault case against her husband Bill Cosby.

Whoopi Goldberg: I'm American, Not African-American

"The View" co-host Whoopi Goldberg declared Tuesday that she's not an African-American, but an American.

R&B Legend Natalie Cole Dies at 65

Natalie Cole, famed R&B singer and daughter of Nat King Cole, has died, her family said Friday. She was 65.

Bill Cosby's Wife Ordered to Testify

A federal judge in Massachusetts ruled Thursday that Camille Cosby, wife of embattled entertainer Bill Cosby, must testify in her husband's sexual assault case.

Bill Cosby Charged in 2004 Case

Bill Cosby was charged Wednesday with sexually assaulting a woman at his home in 2004, the first criminal case that has spawned from a sordid sex scandal that shattered the once-beloved comedian's image over the past year.

Kenyan Artist Almaz Keeps Indigenous Music Alive

Mary Hamboga Matufi, a Kenyan musician and songwriter known in showbiz as Almaz, says dropping out of school for lack of funds to continue her education and her society's preference to push enterprising males than females up the academic ladder ...

Gladys Knight: Was a 'Wonderful Ride' with Late Pip William Guest

R&B superstar Gladys Knight paid homage to her cousin and former Pip William Guest, who died in Detroit on Christmas Eve at 74.

The Best Films of 2015

Movies have become a great comfort in what has been a tumultuous year.

India.Arie Dons the Holiday Spirit

When India.Arie finally got up the courage to approach jazz pianist Joe Sample at the 2012 Curacâo Jazz Festival about the opportunity to collaborate, not only did she have no idea he would say “yes,” but she later found out ...

Steve Harvey Apologizes for Miss Universe Error

Comedian and TV personality Steve Harvey, who hosted this year's Miss Universe pageant on Sunday, apologized Monday for incorrectly announcing the winner of the contest.

Tracy Morgan: Daughter Kept Me Alive After Car Wreck

Comedian Tracy Morgan said in a televised interview Friday with Barbara Walters that a higher power might have kept him alive after a gruesome car wreck last year because of his 2-year-old daughter Maven.