Fresh off his acclaimed performance as N.W.A. leader Eric “Eazy-E” Wright in Straight Outta Compton, actor Jason Mitchell already has his sights set
Circle Food Store comes from humble beginnings as a produce stand, which was established as the St. Bernard Market in
We visited New Orleans to get a glimpse of the Lower 9th Ward years after Hurricane Katrina.
Gallery Guichard’s latest exhibit deals with race in a very “in your face” manner. The surprise of this exhibit, titled
Multitalented musician and songwriter PJ Morton is back with a new live album, Live Show Killer. The recording was held
Young Money artist Flow was arrested last week and charged with two counts of murder. The rapper, born Widner Degruy, was
There’s quite a buzz about Big Freedia. His eponymous docu-series, “Big Freedia: Queen of Bounce,“ broke a record during its third season premiere
Renowned actor and director Bill Duke recently signed on to direct a biopic about gospel great Mahalia Jackson. “Getting her
The organization Supreme Street recently sponsored Project Selma NOLA, a program that gives inner-city youth in New Orleans the opportunity to
Willard Hill Rapper, singer and musician Genre(s): Hip-hop, jazz, funk, Latin, soul fusion Early influencers: Wyclef Jean, Jerry Wonda Latest project:
August Alsina is bringing R&B back to the forefront. The young New Orleans-raised vocalist proved his worth by scoring the
20th Essence Festival was held in New Orleans and hosted more than 55,000 people in the Super Dome. Through the crowds
Procter & Gamble hosted a private dinner for My Black Is Beautiful at the Gem Saloon in New Orleans.
Procter & Gamble hosted a Gain flings ‘Music to Your Nose’ reception at the Gem Saloon. The room smelled amazing because of
Charlie Wilson brought down the 20th Essence Festival stage at the Superdome in New Orleans. Singing crowd favorites like “You