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Carmelo Anthony Covers ‘Wall Street Journal’ MVP Style Issue [Photos]
Carmelo Anthony is all smiles as he graces the April 2013 cover of the Wall Street Journal MVP Style Issue. The New York…
Tamera Mowry Shares the Many Faces of Her Son, Aden Housley
Tamera Mowry-Housley is in pure motherhood bliss. Her three-month-old son Aden Housley is going to break hearts with his undeniable cuteness. Tamera took…
Nicki Minaj Shows Off Real Hair on Twitter
Nicki took to Twitter last night (Mar. 19) to give her fans an update of just how long her tresses have gotten. "#LongHairDontCare #HangTime #ImaWearItOutWhenItTouchesMyASS,"
Rihanna’s ‘777’ Documentary to Air on Fox
Rihanna is channeling King Beyoncé and gearing up for a documentary release. Airing May 6th on Fox at 8PM (EST/PST), Rih will take…
Tiger Woods and Lindsey Vonn Announce Relationship
Nothing validates a relationship more these days than a social media update, and according to Facebook, there's a new lady in Tiger Woods'
Tamar Braxton, Yolanda Adams and More Hit the 2013 Celebration of Gospel Red Carpet
Over the weekend, gospel's finest artists and supporters stepped out for BET's annual Celebration of Gospel. Held at The Orpheum in L.A., the audience was…
Chrissy Lampkin Hints at Lady Vamp Clothing Line?
It's been a while since we've heard from former Love and Hip-Hop star Chrissy Lampkin, but over the weekend, she proved she's doing…
5 Vixens Over 65 Who Still Look Good
After age 65, it seems that youth doesn't exist anymore, but there are a few older Vixens who don't look a day over…
5 U.S. Cities to Visit for Spring Break
As spring break kicks off for many colleges in the United States, deciding where to go can be frustrating. Sometimes leaving the country…
Michelle Obama Covers Vogue’s April 2013 Issue
Michelle Obama is gracing the cover of Vogue's April 2013 issue. Shot by photographer Annie Leibovitz, the FLOTUS dons a a midnight-blue Reed Krakoff…
5 Celebs Who Have Suffered Injuries While Working
Although celebrities sometimes seem invincible, they prove they are perfectly human when they suffer injuries. From breaking bones to concussions, these five celebs have gotten…
Deion Sanders Wins Child Custody Battle With Pilar Sanders
After a messy fight to the finish line, TMZ reports Deion Sanders has won primary custody of his three kids. The custody battle with…
Anna Wintour Named Artistic Director of Condé Nast
Anna Wintour is adding artistic director of Condé Nast to her lengthy resumé. The NYT reports the position was created specifically for Wintour in order…
Marc Jacobs Stars in New Diet Coke Ad Campaign and Commercial [Video]
WWD reports Diet Coke's creative director Marc Jacobs kicked off the soda brand's fashion-focused "Sparkling Together for 30 Years" ad campaign in London on…
Angela Simmons Launches Lifestyle Website
Angela Simmons has always been serious about expanding her brand in the business, so it's no surprise that she recently launched her own lifestyle website.
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Cincinnati Night Club Shooting Leaves One Dead And 14…
A manhunt is underway for the shooter.
D.C. Police Official Reportedly Says Teens Should…
The law enforcement official says that no evidence has become apparent to support notions of human trafficking.
Maryland Man Who Fatally Stabbed Black Guy Told Police…
James Harris Jackson took a bus from Maryland to New York City on March 17 and fatally stabbed 66-year-old Timothy Caughman with a 26-inch sword.
Colin Kaepernick Continues To Spread The Wealth With…
Another day, another $50,000.
11-Year-Old Boy To Become World’s Youngest Orchestra…
March 25, 2017 - 6:54 pm
Matthew Smith will lead the
Nottingham Symphony Orchestra in April.
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