On this day, soprano and opera singer Leontyne Price, then-Senator Barack Obama, Grace Towns Hamilton, and more made Black history.
If you think melanin is the only protection you need against skin cancer, do yourself a favor and think again. Here’s why and how to protect yourself.
On this date, Satchel Paige entered the Baseball Hall of Fame, writer Alice Walker was born, and a Black astronaut became the first to take a spacewalk.
Uptown Ventures Group will honor MACRO founder and CEO Charles D. King at its annual, invitation-only “Uptown Honors Hollywood” pre-Oscar gala.
Tom Williamson discusses preparing to play a convict in Running Wild, how his experience working with horses affected his appreciation of nature, the familial mood on set, and more.
Today in Black History, segregation challenger Ada Lois Sipuel Fisher was born, Marcus Garvey entered federal prison, Good Times premiered, and more.
Today in Black History, Feb. 7th, Negro History Week was celebrated for the first time thanks to Carter G. Woodson, and comedian Chris Rock was born.
If you’ve procrastinated on your Valentine’s Day preparation, we have you covered with ideas for imbibing, getting sexy, and getting kinky.
Today in Black History, the first of American freed slaves left for Africa, Bob Marley was born, Arthur Ashe passed away, and more.