Think It’s A Game (T.I.G.) Records announces the inaugural We Are Atlanta weekend Thursday, September 18 through Sunday, September 21, 2014 sustained by the City of Atlanta and Mayor Kasim Reed. The weekend echoes the goals of T.I.G. Records by
Joan Rivers, Comedy Pioneer and TV Host, Dies at 81 via NBCnews Joan Rivers, a pioneering female stand-up comic and the queen of “Can We Talk?” gossip, has died, her daughter, Melissa Rivers, said Thursday. She was 81. Rivers was
J. Carter Talks One MusicFest, Nas and How Music Can Transform Communities We caught up with J.Carter, founder of
Last Saturday, at the W Buckhead, Ragtrade Atlanta made it’s official debut, and the crowd went wild with frenzy. Talk about making a good first impression, Ragtrade Atlanta exceeded all expectations by providing what people desire most: Fashion. Good fashion.
Bill Clinton to raise money at Usher’s house via CNN Washington (CNN) – Usher is hosting a Senate fundraiser, but Bill Clinton is getting top billing. The Atlanta-based singer and dancer will hold a campaign event for Georgia U.S. Senate candidate
via YBF More pics of the #WadeUnion have leaked. And they include a super cute family photo of Dwyane Wade, Gabrielle Union, sons Zaire and Zion and nephew Dahveon. Plus, extra photos of some of the attendees when you
The biggest winner of the night was Beyoncé, who took home the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award. 2014 VMAs Complete List of Winners MTV: BUZZFEED Best Lyric Video: 5 Seconds of Summer – “Don’t Stop” Christopher Polk / Getty Katy Perry, “Birthday”
Lee Daniels confirms Richard Pryor role to be played by Mike Epps via Twitter via Entertainment Weekly A biopic of the late comic has long been in development, even while Pryor was still alive. (He chose Epps for the role in 2005.) Several
The 2014 Ford Neighborhood Awards and Weekend Expo took place in Atlanta August 8-9. Among the stars who came out to support the Steve Harvey-helmed weekend were Wendy Raquel Robinson, Lisaraye, Sheri Shepard, Kem, The O’Jays and more.
via foxnews Robin Williams dead at 63 in suspected suicide Oscar-winning actor and comedian Robin Williams, who dazzled in such wide-ranging dramatic and comedic roles as alien, nanny, therapist and cartoon genie during a four-decades long career, was found dead