Entertainment

Comedienne Tammy Peay Speaks Out On Art, Life, LGBT Issues
By October 15, 2013 Read More →

Comedienne Tammy Peay Speaks Out On Art, Life, LGBT Issues

“Comedy chose me,” recalls out comedienne Tammy Peay, who has been making audiences of every description burst out in side-splitting laughter for the past 14 years. By Nathan James The outspoken performer and her unique brand of comedy have made Peay an unforgettable personality, and her routines combine a gritty realism with an endearing humanity. […]

‘Behind The Candelabra’ Comes Out In Front with 11 Emmys
By September 24, 2013 Read More →

‘Behind The Candelabra’ Comes Out In Front with 11 Emmys

Behind the Candelabra, the unflinching biopic about legendary gay pianist Liberace, was out in front of the spotlights Sunday night, winning 11 Prime Time Emmy awards, including Best TV Movie and Best Actor. By Nathan James The film, which starred Micheal Douglas as the famed musician, was based on the memoirs of Scott Thorsen, Liberace’s […]

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Ryan Coogler: From Fruitvale Station to Hollywood
By September 21, 2013 Read More →

Ryan Coogler: From Fruitvale Station to Hollywood

From Oakland to Hollywood, California, first time director Ryan Coogler is coming on strong with his directorial debut “Fruitvale Station.” By Kirk Shannon-Butts The 27-year-old Writer and Director premiered his first feature length movie at this year’s Sundance Film Festival to a standing ovation from a roomful of emotional fans winning the coveted Grand Jury […]

Posted in: Film, Sep 2013
Harmonica Sunbeam: Not your ordinary Queen!!!
By September 21, 2013 Read More →

Harmonica Sunbeam: Not your ordinary Queen!!!

Pioneer, Fierce, Dramatic, In Charge, Perfectionist, Witty, Consummate Performer those of some of the adjectives that best describe one of the best entertainers in the business Miss Harmonica Sunbeam. By Camille Evans Harmonica Sunbeam, The Queen of Comedy has been delighting audiences at nightclubs, cabarets, and fund-raising events throughout the United States and abroad for […]

Posted in: Entertainment, Sep 2013
New TV Series Cast, Execs To Debut At NYC Fashion Benefit
By September 14, 2013 Read More →

New TV Series Cast, Execs To Debut At NYC Fashion Benefit

A star-studded fashion event recognizing women living with breast cancer and Alopecia this Sunday, will also mark the debut appearance of cast and executive team members from a unique new television series. By Nathan James Beauty With Pure Purpose, which begins at 5:30 PM with a gala Red Carpet at the Metropolitan Pavilion in Manhattan’s […]

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Filming Uganda’s Own Stories
By August 30, 2013 Read More →

Filming Uganda’s Own Stories

KAMPALA
 – For four years Isaac Godfrey Nabwana made and sold bricks in Kampala’s Wakalinga slum. But now, thanks to his labours, he is building what he hopes will become Uganda’s answer to Nollywood. “I was selling bricks and from [the sales] I bought a video [camera]. I worked very hard to get it,” the […]

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Lee Daniels’ ‘The Butler’ Revisits US Civil Rights History
By August 21, 2013 Read More →

Lee Daniels’ ‘The Butler’ Revisits US Civil Rights History

  Lee Daniels’ The Butler carries the signature of acclaimed director Lee Daniels, whose fim Precious won an Oscar. Now, he tells the story of the Civil Rights movement through the eyes of a White House butler as he served eight U.S. presidents. By Penelope Poulou In Lee Daniels’ The Butler, Cecil Gaines is the unassuming […]

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Chris Brown Agrees to More Community Service
By August 21, 2013 Read More →

Chris Brown Agrees to More Community Service

R&B singer Chris Brown had his probation reinstated by a judge in Los Angeles on Friday after the Grammy winner agreed to complete an additional 1,000 hours of community service stemming from his 2009 sentence for assaulting singer Rihanna. Brown’s probation had been revoked last month by Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge James Brandlin […]

Posted in: R&B
Look Out For Amanda Holley
By July 27, 2013 Read More →

Look Out For Amanda Holley

Songstress, Amanda Holley has one true love and that is music relying from a very young age on its strength to develop into the consummate musician and vocalist she continues to aspire to be. By Camille Evans Amanda engrossed herself in music day in and day out, surviving on Whitney, Mariah, Aretha, Ella, and Billie’s […]

Posted in: 2013 - 07 - July 17, R&B
Arab-Israeli Singer Bridges Cultures Through Music
By July 2, 2013 Read More →

Arab-Israeli Singer Bridges Cultures Through Music

NEW YORK — Arab-Israeli songwriter and pop star Mira Awad began her weeklong run at New York’s Metropolitan Room by singing a traditional tune from the Arab village in northern Israel where she was born in 1975 to a Palestinian father and a Bulgarian mother. By Adam Phillips “It comes from the belly. It doesn’t […]

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