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Geoffrey Holder, Dancer, Actor, Artist Dies at 84 Years Old

When a community loses one of its legends, the entire community suffers.  Few legends have a legacy and life more stories than Geoffrey Holder. Holder was a well-respected dancer, actor, designer and many other things …

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Five famous white people who were known for being racist

by Liku Zelleke Some people can earn a reputation that they do not deserve, while others can hide an outlook that would be considered vitriolic enough to ruin their reputations if they were to become public. Here are …

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Alfonso Ribeiro plans to do The Carlton on DWTS

“Dancing with the Stars” is a popular show and one that is filled with tension and competition.   Alfonso Ribeiro has officially confirmed that he plans to do “The Carlton” on the show this …

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Nas’ New Documentary, ‘Time Is Illmatic’ Set For Theatrical, Video On Demand Release

After receiving critical praises from the likes of Robert De Niro during the opening of this year’s annual Tribeca Film Festival,Nas’ long-awaited documentary, “Time Is Illmatic,” will finally make its big …

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Aretha Franklin On New Covers Album: ‘I Don’t Think I Have Ever Been As Excited As I Am Now’

NEW YORK (AP) — Aretha Franklin says her new album brings out an excitement she hasn’t felt since 1982 and the music feels as good as Marvin Gaye’s seminal “What’s Going On?” album. …

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Porsha Williams Says She Was “Blindsided” by Real Housewives Demotion: It’s Time to “Spread My Wings”

Don’t cry for her, Atlanta! Porsha Williams isn’t exactly thrilled about being demoted to a recurring role on the upcoming season of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, but she’ll persevere nonetheless. …

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Rev. Al Sharpton throws star-studded 60th birthday bash at Manhattan hotel

Al Sharpton threw himself a star-studded birthday bash at the Four Seasons in Manhattan Wednesday night. The civil rights activist and MSNBC host was loving the limelight as political and creative luminaries came by to …

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Yvette Nicole Brown departs ‘Community’ after 5 seasons

One of the stars of “Community” is graduating early. Yvette Nicole Brown, who has portrayed Shirley Bennett since the show’s 2009 premiere, announced Tuesday that she was departing after five seasons. The actress …

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The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross Snags Emmy Win

PBS and CBS dominated the 35th annual News and Documentary Emmy Awards on Tuesday night at Lincoln Center’s Frederick P. Rose Hall in New York City, with PBS winning 11 awards and CBS taking 10. ABC was a distant …

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Reggie Miller’s 16-year old niece is safe and sound after being reported missing

Teenagers do crazy things when they’re young and end up worrying the adults around them half to death.  Reggie Miller’s 16-year old niece Nikki Miller went missing for a complete 17 hours, sending Reggie …

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