Empire: The Family is here


The Haves and Have Nots: Candace’s Revenge!

10486037_662284847194329_4222484706719052128_nWe have some advice for Jim: BEWARE OF CANDACE.

Maya Rudolph:7.2 Million Strong!



The Maya Rudolph Show” had a very strong debut last night  with 7.2 Million views,  following the Voice,  I’m very impress and excited about the show, it brings back  the wholesome vibe,when Television had variety shows and people had real talent!

Shonda Rhimes: “How to Get Away”.


Congratulations  ABC Television has picked up Shonda Rhimes new drama “How to Get Away”. In Rhimes’ new legal thriller, Viola Davis stars as Professor Annalise Keating, who teaches a class called “How to Get Away With Murder.” Little does she know that she, along with four of her law students, will have to apply what they’ve learned into real life.

Berry Gordy: Man Of Vision


Berry Gordy, cultural icon and founder of Motown Records has made unparalleled contributions to music and American history. He is responsible for acts such as Smokey Robinson, the Jackson 5 and Diana Ross and the Supremes. His musical legacy was instrumental in his signees shattering racial barriers with their music that boasted mass appeal and introduced the world to the “Motown Sound.” Successful in every venture he has chosen to embark on, Gordy is also a filmmaker, songwriter and civil rights activist.

RHOA: The Real Back Story?


Real Housewives Of Atlanta’s Apollo, Greg, And Peter all involved in the financial scam? How is Peter Able to open an second Bar One in North Carolina With Kordel Stewart?

Shelia Johnson: Woman Of Business

johnsonSheila Johnson, along with co-founder and former husband Robert L. Johnson, formed BET television in 1980. After selling the network in 1999, Sheila turned to the sports world, becoming the first black woman to partner in three professional sports franchises in three leagues: the NBA, WNBA and the NHL.

Gloria Govan: Backstage Pass!

gloria-govan-basketball-wivesFollowing the season two premiere of ‘Culturelist,’ Kevin Hart will bring the laughs and the real on the series debut of ‘Backstage Confidential.’

Each week, we’ll go behind the scenes with some of the hottest (and most hilarious) comedic superstars in the biz as they chop it up with host Gloria Govan (‘Basketball Wives’) through exclusive interviews and insights. This season will feature funnymen such as Chris Tucker, Michael Blackson, D.L. Hughley and more.

Guests will also engage in a little game we like to call “Rapid Fire” where they will be given a word or question and must answer the first thing that comes to mind. There’s no telling what will come out of their mouths!

Check out all the action when ‘Backstage Confidential’ premieres this Sunday (July 21) at 11:30 p.m. ET/PT only on Centric.

Latoya Luckette: The List!



The brand new season of “CultureList” kicks off TONIGHT with new host, two-time Grammy© Award-winning R&B singer and actress LeToya Luckett. Each week Letoya will bring a new spin to the best and hottest trends in fashion, fitness, music, food and technology with special insight from experts and celebrities.




Diana Ross Playground
Diana Ross Playground in Central Park Funding for this playground was provided by the singer Diana Ross after her historic concert on the Great Lawn in 1983. Situated at the base of Summit Rock, the highest elevation …in the Park, the playground has a verdant backdrop of mature canopy trees.
Features: The playground features a large, wooden play structure with a variety of interconnected play elements, including a climbing net, bridges, firepoles, slides and ladders. The entire structure is set in a large area of sand. The playground also includes bucket swings. Water Feature: Sprinkler.

Ursula Lawrence: The Real Shanana!


Judge Joe Brown: Happy Birthday!

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Charlie Wilson & CO: Long Over DO!


Jim Kelly: Rest In Paradise


Los Angeles (CNN) — Jim Kelly, who parlayed his martial arts skills into a successful but brief career in action movies, has died. He was 67.

Kelly’s former wife Marilyn Dishman told CNN that the actor died Saturday of cancer, but did not elaborate.

Kelly worked as a martial arts instructor in Los Angeles when he was tapped for his first role in the action movie, “Melinda.” But he is best known for his work in the 1973 Bruce Lee film “Enter the Dragon.”

Kelly’s appearance in the movie was brief — fans lamented he was offed too soon — but his electrifying Afro, lanky 6-foot-2 frame and his wisecracks left an impression.

Producers came calling. And he capitalized on the attention by taking on the title role in “Black Belt Jones” the following year. A spate of other roles followed throughout the 70s, most notably “Three the Hard Way,” but then dried up.

In later years Kelly took up tennis professionally, becoming a ranked player on the USTA senior circuit.

“I never left the movie business,” Kelly told The Los Angeles Times in 2010, when a retrospective DVD set of his movies came out. “It’s just that after a certain point, I didn’t get the type of projects that I wanted to do.”

But he was never far from the screen or the spotlight.

In 2004, he starred with basketball star Lebron James in a Nike commercial that spoofed another Bruce Lee film, “Game of Death.” And he sometimes appeared at comic book conventions, much to the delight of his lasting fans.

Among them is Anthony Bourdain, star of CNN’s “Parts Unknown.”

“RIP Jim Kelly, hero of my grind house youth,” he posted on Kelly’s Facebook page.

The page posted the following announcement Sunday about the actor’s death:

“It is with sadness and regret that we must announce the passing of a great man and legend Jim Kelly. He will be deeply missed by all. Jim had great love for his family, friends, tennis and martial arts.

We are devastated by Jim’s passing but through faith and support from family, friends and fans-we are comforted, blessed and will remain strong.

He was survived by his lifetime partner of 33 years and wife.”

Darcel Wynn Leonard

darcelglowingA compelling story of love, dreams, hopes, religion, betrayal, abuse, living on the edge and her incredible comeback.”

Beauty, talent, star of hit TV show “Solid Gold” and   married to a legendary Temptation. Darcel danced her  way  into our homes every Saturday afternoon for four  seasons  between 1980 and 1986. We idolized her, we  tried to move  like her and groove like her. She made sexy  look easy,  wonderful, fabulous…but behind that shining  star  everything that glittered wasn’t solid gold.

“…when I pulled into the subterranean parking  structure of  my house and got out of the car, one guy  grabbed me  around my neck, held a knife to my throat and  demanded  my wallet…”

“Darcel Solid  Gold”  written by Darcel with Dr. Claiborne

As dynamic, powerful and captivating as she was on  screen  this is her real life story.

Tony Rock: Happy Birthday!


TICHINA ARNOLD: Happy Birthday!


Marilyn Coleman: Rest In Peace


Tyra Banks: New Project In The Making!

On set of my new show I’m producing right now. Can’t tell you what it is yet but my Glams are gossiping behind my back about it already!!! I pray they keep their mouths shut.1002418_10151549299648752_613564201_n

TIKA SUMPTER: Happy Birthday!


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