The children of late singer Marvin Gaye responded Wednesday in U.S. District Court to the lawsuit filed against them by Robin Thicke, Pharrell Williams and T.I., according to an attorney representing the Gaye children.
It’s never too early to think about Christmas.
This year marks the third annual presentation of WOLCF's major fundraiser, "Dancing with the Scholars," which supports the foundation's year-round programs.
Al Johnson, D.C. doo-wop legend and lead singer of '60s R&B group the Unifics, died on Saturday, Oct. 26. He was 65.
Sheila Stewart, a longtime D.C. radio personality who was killed earlier this month in a car accident in Atlanta, was laid to rest in North Carolina on Wednesday.
Although how we watch continues to evolve, what we watch remains consistent, as Nielsen's latest report on Black consumers details.
Sheila Stewart, a longtime radio personality in D.C., was killed in a car accident in Atlanta Thursday morning, according to several news outlets.
Famed film director John Singleton says "12 Years a Slave" is "as authentic as it gets."
Noted African-American actor, singer, songwriter and activist Harry Belafonte told a crowd of more than 250 in Washington, D.C.’s Liaison Hotel Metropolitan Ballroom that if organizations like the District-based Institute for Policy Studies want President Obama to take more politically ...
Go-go legend Donnell “D. Floyd” Floyd will celebrate his 30th anniversary in the music industry on Saturday, Oct. 19 at 9:30 p.m. at the historic Howard Theater.
“Exit/Exist,” a collaborative work by Maqoma and his dance troupe, Vuyani Dance Theatre, will break new ground at the Atlas Performing Arts Center from Oct. 18-20.
PBS television producer Henry Louis Gates Jr.’s 13th series begins Tuesday, Oct. 22, when the first of his six-hour, six-part “The African-Americans: Many Rivers to Cross” airs on PBS stations.
When someone playfully teased Blair Underwood about his remake of the iconic television show, “Ironside,” the actor channeled his inner LL Cool J, who famously rapped, “Don’t call it a comeback, I’ve been here for years.”
Over the course of his 30-year career, Familiar Faces vocalist and saxophonist D. Floyd has performed with some of the go-go industry’s most prolific acts in countless venues in the D.C. metropolitan area, across the country and around the world.
Jazz legend Dianne Reeves will perform at Strathmore Music Center in Bethesda, Md., at 8 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 18.