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Ari Lennox Is In Her 'Eat, Pray, Love' Season

The “age/sex/location” artist shares an intimate conversation about love, lessons and growth.

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'Ain't No Mo'' Gets Extension On Broadway After Celebs Rally

Playwright Jordan E. Cooper launched the hashtag #SaveAintNoMo in a campaign to rescue his production.

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Megan Thee Stallion And The Price Of Pushing Past Trauma

The rapper's heartbreaking testimony in a criminal trial revealed that her public perseverance has been at the expense of private agony.

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This Celebrity Stylist Combines New York Grit With Her African Roots

Ade Samuel uses bright colors, patterns and innovative prints to dress celebrities like Letitia Wright, Michael B. Jordan and Khalid.

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Anime Helped Me Cope Through A Rough Year — And It Gave Me A Community Too

"It’s comforting to know I’m not alone in using anime as a de-stressor."

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What Black Playwrights Taught Me About Shakespeare

How might we read, produce and perform Shakespeare’s plays in ways that center Black lives?

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Pierce The Veil Went Viral This Year Thanks To TikTok

The rock band received some long overdue recognition online.

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Beyoncé’s Longtime Stylist Talks 'Formation,' Finding Inspiration And More

Emmy winner Zerina Akers on how she became Beyoncé’s stylist and about dressing powerful Black women in entertainment.

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All The Memes, Moments And Mess We Were Obsessed With In 2022

Can you believe Elmo and Rocco were feuding in 2022?

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From 'The Little Mermaid' To 'Barbie,' These Are The 2023 Movies We're...

Grab your popcorn and join us at the box office for some movies that'll definitely grab your attention.

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TV Shows We’re Looking Forward To In 2023

The new year is set to bring some faves like “Succession” and “P-Valley,” as well as some newbies like “Wonder Man” and “Neon.”

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Take A Guess At How Few Women And People Of Color Directed Top Movies Last...

Hollywood’s recent promises on diversity may have been largely symbolic, suggests a new study from the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative.

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Black Twitter Remixes Prince Harry Memoir Excerpts — And The Internet Is...

“In his forthcoming memoir, Prince Harry writes about seeing Meghan in a bonnet for the first time,” one Twitter user wrote.

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And Just Like That, The Golden Globes Are Back As If Nothing Happened

The return of the award show comes just two years after a series of damning revelations.

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Sheryl Lee Ralph Explains What Would Make Her Feel 'Prouder' Of Golden Globe...

The “Abbott Elementary” star had some choice words for the HFPA on the Golden Globes red carpet.

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Jerrod Carmichael Gets Brutally Honest In Golden Globes Monologue — And...

The comedian opened the award ceremony by directly addressing the elephant in the room.

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Ke Huy Quan’s Joyous Golden Globe Win Cements His Incredible Comeback

The "Everything Everywhere All at Once" star's recognition comes after he left acting in the 1990s.

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Eddie Murphy Says 3 Things Are A 'Blueprint' To Success, And, Sigh, It...

The actor joked about Will Smith's emphatic directive at last year's Oscars as he gave his Golden Globes speech accepting a lifetime achievement award.

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Hit Show 'Abbott Elementary' Renewed For Season 3

Quinta Brunson's celebrated workplace sitcom, which won a Golden Globe for Best Comedy Series, will be back in session for a third season on ABC.

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'Velma' Is A Smart, Pithy 'Scooby-Doo' Update — Except For One Thing

And given that this is a Mindy Kaling production, you probably already know what that is.

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HBO Max Raises Prices Amid Programming Cuts

The price increase comes after high-profile program removals and cancellations, as well as broader economic uncertainty at parent company Warner Bros. Discovery.

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Here’s Why The TV Industry Is In A ‘Really Bumpy’ State, According To A Top...

The head of FX, John Landgraf, shared some insights into the cost-cutting happening across Hollywood right now and what TV fans can expect.

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Everything We Know About ‘The Bear’ Season 2

Yes, chef, here's when the hit FX series will return and what to expect in its second season.

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Michelle Yeoh Hopes Barriers For Asian Actors Have Been ‘Ninja-Kicked To Hell’

The “Everything Everywhere All At Once” star will next be featured in the Disney+ series “American Born Chinese.”

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New Documentaries On Nikki Giovanni And Judy Blume Prove That Good Art Is...

The Sundance Film Festival highlights the lives of two female literary icons whose work still resonates decades later.

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Hollywood Often Stereotypes Sex Workers. Two New Films Portray Them In Their...

“Kokomo City” and “The Stroll,” premiering at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, offer a course correction on age-old cinematic tropes.

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No Women Were Nominated For The Best Director Oscar This Year

There were plenty of formidable women directing great movies this year — but not according to the Academy.

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The Surprises And Snubs Of The 2023 Oscar Nominations

"Everything Everywhere All At Once" led with 11 nominations, but there was one huge box-office hit that was completely shut out.

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'Till' Director Calls Out Hollywood's 'Unabashed Misogyny Towards Black Women'

This year's Oscar nominations once again largely overlooked Black women behind and in front of the camera.

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Sundance Goes Hard For Celebrity Documentaries This Year — With Mixed Results

The first major film festival of 2023 underscored the rising popularity of nonfiction narratives about superstars. But not all of them are good.

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Why Randall Park Wanted ‘Shortcomings’ To Be A Different Kind Of Asian Story

The “Fresh Off the Boat” and “Always Be My Maybe” star’s feature directorial debut premiered at the Sundance Film Festival this week.

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Native Femicide Is A Prevalent Truth, And 2 Sundance Premieres Offer A Human...

“Murder in Big Horn” and “Fancy Dance” explore a heavy reality within Indigenous communities without stripping these stories of their humanity.

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