Jussie Smollett is setting the record straight.
Billy Porter has a reason to rejoice this LGBTQ+ Pride season.
Another modern-day Hollywood classic is making its way to the Great White Way.
Hosted by Dr. Jason King, a sought after journalist, musician and New York University professor, the series will chronicle the musical career and impact of the genre-defying, gender-bending and influential icon.
The Emmy Award-winning funnywoman’s new daytime talk show, “Sherri,” will be syndicated in 97% of the nation, producers Lionsgate’s Debmar-Mercury announced Tuesday.
Kim Kardashian’s publicity stunt wearing historic Marilyn Monroe memorabilia at the 2022 Met Gala is still being bandied about eight weeks later.
The top and bottom cookies have an unusual gridded pattern to mimic the texture and appearance of waffle cones.
The old adage that “stranger things have happened” has a deeper meaning for Kate Bush these days.
Singer Stacy Francis is showing no sympathy for Wendy Williams in the aftermath of her long-running daytime talk show ending its run last week, calling her “mean.”
Last month, the retail giant had hell on its hands with the release of its “Celebration Edition: Juneteenth Ice Cream,” purportedly celebrating the “African-American culture, emancipation and enduring hope.”
The origins of Juneteenth, the country's newest holiday, aren't often covered in history classes.
The celebration honors June 19, 1865, when federal troops brought the news of freedom to enslaved Black people in Galveston, Texas, more than two years after President Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation. Juneteenth was finally recognized as a federal holiday in 2021.
The 110-minute film, directed by first-time directors Spike Jordan and Maxime Quoilin, features in-depth interviews with Phoenix Suns point guard and former union president Chris Paul, Dallas Mavericks shooting guard Sterling Brown and Phoenix Suns center JaVale McGee, as well as basketball greats.
Some of Audra McDonald’s hopes and dreams to diversify The Great White Way are coming into fruition.
Despite an historic diverse class of Tony nominees this season, Black entertainers and advocates said Broadway is still far too white when it comes to who’s making the key decisions — and who’s sitting in the audience.