Exploring the quirks of actor Yaron Urbas.
Gender stereotypes in India—and across the world—crush the possibility of a man wanting to be home while his wife takes on the role of the sole breadwinner of the family.
There are so many albums out there, it’s easy to miss some good ones. Here’s one you’ve got to listen to.
Some jobs have more odd moments than others…
In roughly three weeks, a San Diego basketball court will be used as a stage to premiere a play about police violence written by a Philadelphia-born actor.
Tina Cane remembers a television actor and a paternal figure, glossing neither the beauty nor the flaws.
Jamie Costa brings back one of the world’s favorite actors with a series of stunning impersonations.
The “Actorvist” who went viral after playing dead in Philly’s Love Park pens an emotional essay on Ferguson.
Dillan DiGiovanni admires how Robert De Niro is coming out about his father’s sexuality. The well-known actor, Robert De Niro, like many men, wasn’t able to reach a place of acceptance and respect for his father’s sexuality until recently. But, as the old saying goes, better late than never. Having come to terms with the truth…
Gregory Walker, Founder of The Brothers’ Network, responds to the news of Colman Domingo being tapped to play MLK’s right-hand man in new film.
Aiming to be the Bill Gates of comedy, Marlon Wayans is dreaming in living color while remaining color blind to his dream.
Samuel L. Jackson made it into an issue of race when a white reporter confused him with Laurence Fishburne. I wouldn’t label the guy a racist. Blind? Absolutely. But not a racist.
Photographer Jeremy Cowart was surprised when actor John Schneider asked for a different kind of photo. The reason he asked is even more surprising.
Upon hearing the new tragic news of the passing of James Avery, L.A-based actor Davon Williams reflects on meeting TV’s uncle Phil for the first time.
Steven Axelrod sees Tom Cruise, today’s action hero. A man who does his own stunts and performs so he’s worth the price of admission. Nothing else should matter.
Actor LeVar Burton and author Tim Wise explain the differences in their interactions with police.