Rappers Big Sean and Curren$y performed live at the Coors Light Axis concert event, held at The 1896 in Brooklyn, New York.
Serena Williams, who has won the last two U.S. Open Women’s Championships, spoke to the media in advance of the
It’s hard not to be emotional when you see how many people came out to support the 2014 National Moment of
New York-based rapper, Nitty Scott, MC, has been making big waves in the underground hip-hop scene, but it looks as
Besides Iggy Azalea’s pop hit “Fancy,” the most buzz-worthy rap song of the summer is Bobby Shmurda’s “Hot N—.” Since
It’s something that many people have suspected and now it has been proven by the New York Daily News. The
Several years ago, actor James Earl Jones portrayed civil rights hero Dr. Vernon Johns. Johns was the pastor of the
A woman who is seven months pregnant was put in a chokehold for cooking barbecue in font of her house.
Broadcast journalist and philanthropist, Soledad O’Brien along with her husband, Brad Raymond, started the Starfish Foundation with the premise to help
City officials in New York allowed a developer to segregate a high-rise condo between rich and poor. According to reports
The New York Police Department announced that the officer involved in the death of Eric Garner has been stripped of
Multi-Grammy nominated singer-songwriter Marsha Ambrosius gathered fans and tastemakers for an intimate and exclusive meet and greet for the official New York
Malcolm Brickhouse, Alec Atkins and Jarad Dawkins are three black 8th-grade students from Brooklyn, New York. What makes these young
The 2014 Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival brought out many talented hip-hop artists for a great show at New York City’s largest
The Harlem Fine Arts Show in partnership with The National Black Arts Festival had it’s Opening Gala night at 200 Peachtree
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that 1.1 million Americans are currently living with HIV, and nearly one