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Today in black history, in the year 1948, Bryant Gambel, the first African American to anchor a national network morning news and entertainment program was born. Known for his 15 years as co-host of NBC’s The Today Show, was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, to Rhea Alice (née LeCesne), a city clerk, and Richard Dunbar [...]
In anticipation of Motown’s 51st Anniversary next month, we’re breaking down some of the labels most iconic artists and albums throughout time. It was just about 51 years ago, that Berry Gordy, music industry veteran took out a $800 loan from his family to launch Motown Records in Detroit. Since its creation, Motown has birthed [...]
The stars and executive producers of “CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story” have much to rejoice this week, as the TV film’s ratings far exceeded expectations. Monday night’s TLC biopic became VH1′s highest-rated telecast in more than five years, drawing in an overwhelming $4.5 million viewers. Media sources state that “CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story,” is already this [...]
During a stop for her “Diamonds” world tour, 25-year-old pop star Rihanna took part in an impromptu photoshoot at the Grand Mosgue in Abu Dhabi. To avoid offending their culture, Rih Rih draped herself in a hooded black jumpsuit and gold waist length chain necklace; a much more modest look for the usually over sexed [...]