Heard on the Street: Will Smith on the Legacy of ‘Whipped Peter’
During his return to the red carpet, Oscar winner Will Smith revealed the characteristic he took away from his Apple TV+'s Emancipation character Peter.
Dr. Guy Fisher, From ‘The Real Godfather of Harlem’ to PhD.
Dr. Guy Fisher, a one-time business partner of Nicky Barnes, continues to write his redemption story after serving 38 years in prison and earning four degrees.
What Dwyane Wade’s Tattoo in Gabrielle Union’s Honor Means
Find out the inside joke that's behind the tattoo Dwyane Wade got for his wife and Strange World star Gabrielle Union's birthday.
LeToya Luckett Is at the Intersection of Motherhood and ‘Raising Kanan’
LeToya Luckett may not judge the parenting decisions of her Raising Kanan character, but that doesn’t mean she doesn’t have advice for Kenya Pierce.
Babyface Ray & Larry June Bring the Heat to Red Bull’s SoundClash in Motor City
The Red Bull Soundclash in Detroit not only featured a lyrical battle between Babyface Ray and Larry June, but also a joint performance with the MCs.
Editor’s Pick: Introducing Dewar’s French Cask Smooth Whisky
Learn how you can attend one of Dewar’s “Dinner a la Francaise,” which celebrates Dewar's French Cask Smooth Whisky and classic French Cuisine with a twist.
Amanda Seales Uses Comedy To Bring Awareness to Society's Ills
Amanda Seales’s gut-busting “Black Outside Again Tour” leaves audience members feeling seen, represented, and rejuvenated.
Broadway Theater Renamed After EGOT James Earl Jones
The 110-year-old Cort Theatre on the Great White Way has been renamed to honor esteemed thespian of the stage and screen James Earl Jones.
MEDASE Is the New Hemp-Infused Mocktail Filled with Gratitude
MEDASE's hemp-infused margarita and Moscow mule are dream mocktails that allow you to sip while reaping the benefits of CBD.
Quick Pic: Olympia Ohanian Honors Mom Serena Williams at US Open
Olympia Ohanian's hairstyle at the US Open paid tribute to a teenage Serena Williams, who made her professional tennis debut in 1999.
Fleuriste St-Germain Is a (Paper) Floral Wonderland
Fleuriste St-Germain is also a Parisian-style salon, where guests will build community while harnessing their individuality. Artist Jameel Mohammed explains ...
Exploring a World of Cuisine the EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival Way
The EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival is a paradise complete with cuisine, culture, cooking demonstrations, craft beer and cocktails, and fine wine.
Chef Omar Tate Is 'Cultivating Community' Support for Black Farmers
Through the "Cultivating Community: Dinner Series," Chef Omar Tate and BOMBAY BRAMBLE are raising awareness for the obstacles Black farmers are facing.
Quick Pics: Inside Bria Murphy and Michael Xavier's Wedding
Bria Murphy and Michael Xavier are giving glimpses into their romantic wedding that took place earlier this month in Beverly Hills.
From Saint-Martin to ESSENCE Fest: These Chefs Brought the Islands to NOLA
The people of Saint-Martin consider themselves the melting pot of the Caribbean, and their cuisine showcases that heritage.
First Look: Viola Davis, Lashana Lynch Are Dahomey Defenders in 'The Woman King'
We’ve seen colonization from the perspectives of the oppressed, but The Woman King depicts the resistance female warriors launched against European conquerors.
SocietEye: Grey Goose Essences Celebrates Black Excellence in NOLA
Guests lined up in the rain to celebrate Black excellence with Grey Goose Essences, Janelle Monae, Devonté Graham, Juwan Johnson, and more at Essence Fest.
MLS and Black Players for Change Are Honoring Juneteenth On and Off the Field
Major League Soccer and Black Players for Change tapped Judah Middleton to design Juneteenth commemorative jerseys. Find out the other ways they’re celebrating.
Father's Day Cocktails Every Kind of Dad Will Love Sipping
One of the best gifts you can give your dad is your time. These Father's Day cocktails will make his day even more special.
DJ Ohso’s Bounce Dat Safe Party for Women, Femmes & Queer People Returns to ATL
Wanna party without being harassed? There's a space for that, and it's DJ Ohso's Bounce Dat, a monthly judgement-free and curated experience.
Heard on the Street: The Difference Between Trust and 'Being Played' Issues
It wasn't until Rich Dollaz separated the two from each other on Marriage Boot Camp that we even considered there's a difference. So we had to ask him about it.
Half Moon Is Paying Homage to the Culture of the Past While Embracing a New One
Brooklyn-based collective Half Moon is ensuring that sound clash history isn’t forgotten, while making today's music battles an LGBTQ+-inclusive place.
Gabrielle Union Says Stepparent-Child Relationships Take ‘Time and Consistency’
Gabrielle Union warns against romanticizing the relationship between a stepparent and a child, and says she had to learn her place in Zaya Wade’s life.
Heard on the Street: Taylor Bennett on the Courage to Come Out as Bisexual
Taylor Bennett says he gave back to the young LGBTQ+ community after coming out because many end up homeless after being rejected by their families.
'for colored girls,' the Brothers, and the Sisters
for colored girls who have committed suicide/ when the rainbow is enuf has been extended into June, but this weekend is going to be extra special.
Judge Lynn Toler is Bringing Her Relationship Expertise to a New Series
Judge Lynn Toler will determine whether eight couples marry or divorce. Here's what to expect from Commit or Quit, Toler’s relationship advice, and more.
Black-Owned Toymaker World of EPI Is Creating Toys for Disney & Marvel Shows
Disney has tapped Dr. Lisa Williams's World of EPI to produce toys for The Proud Family revival and Marvel's Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur.
Heard on the Street: Jesse Williams Downplays Nude Scene in ‘Take Me Out’
Amid leaks of nude images and a Tony nomination, Take Me Out actor Jesse Williams says his full-frontal scene is not a big deal.
'for colored girls ...' Will Celebrate Black Womanhood One Final Time This May
The reinvented Broadway production of for colored girls ... is set to close three weeks after opening, despite stellar reviews and award nominations.
Patreon Welcomes BIPOC Content Creators to 'Pull Up'
Patreon's incubator and generative community Pull Up was developed by creators of color to help other creators of color grow sustainable businesses.
#DetoxYourFeed Encourages Girls to Hit the Unfollow Button
#DetoxYourFeed supports caregivers in encouraging their girls to unfollow any content that doesn't make them feel good about themselves.
Raise a (Sustainable) Glass to Mother Earth With the '1 World' Cocktail
Antoine Maurice Hodge, bar manager of North Carolina's Ilda, was inspired by Bombay Sapphire's sustainable sourcing when crafting the "1 World" cocktail.
2022 HBCU SpringComing Returns to NYC, Expands to Birmingham
HBCU SpringComing festival is presented by Indeed for its in-person return to New York City as it prepares to expand to Birmingham.
Gucci Mane is Headlining the Milk + Cookies Block Fest in Atlanta
Gucci Mane and his co-headliner Alison Wonderland will be joined by WERC Crew and Perreo404 at the Milk + Cookies music festival in Atlanta in June.
Editor's Pick: These Cocktail Kits Honor Jean-Michel Basquiat's Oeuvre
Bombay Sapphire, spirits partner for the Jean-Michel Basquiat: King Pleasure exhibit, tapped three bartenders to create cocktails inspired by the artist's work.
Photog Lelanie Foster Snaps Portrait of Ketanji Brown Jackson After Confirmation
Photographer Lelanie Foster is known for honoring the strength and beauty of Black and Brown individuals in her work that spans fashion, film, and fine art.
SocietEye: Opening of the 'Jean-Michel Basquiat: King Pleasure' Exhibition
Jean-Michel Basquiat: King Pleasure is the first exhibit showcasing the late artist's work that is run by his family and the Basquiat Estate.
IMG Health Clinic’s Founders Are Committed to Florida’s Underserved Communities
IMG Health Clinic offers free HIV, Hepatitis C, and STDs testing, treatment, and education to the underserved Black and Brown communities in Florida.
Heard on the Street: Mary J. Blige Explains Why She Hasn’t Had Children
Mary J. Blige has a really simple reason for not having children – her freedom – and we felt that reasoning in our souls.
HaGou Introduces a Gourmet Halal Meal Delivery Platform to NYC’s Metro Area
HaGou offers home delivery of chef-prepared gourmet meals inspired by international restaurant dishes using halal-certified proteins and farm-fresh ingredients.
Quick Pic: The Limited-Edition Dapper Dan X GAP Hoodie
The limited-edition Dapper Dan X GAP Hoodie is sure to make any wardrobe cooler. Here's how to snag one before they sell out.
Heard on the Street: Nicki Minaj Says She and Lil' Kim Deserve 'Vogue' Covers
In a recent interview, Nicki Minaj questions why she and Lil' Kim haven't made the cover of American Vogue.