The humble people who have served him out of love.
This uncomplicated spot puts a smile on your face from start to finish due both the the quality of the pranks and Shaq’s infectiously likeable personality. Tune in and get ready to laugh out loud.
Robert Sepulveda Jr. is trying to move on, but it doesn’t mean people still won’t be flapping their lips about his escapades.
Josh Misner remembers how his hero Gene Wilder transported him to a land of Pure Imagination.
Ned Hickson gives sage advice to the better men—er, celebrity men—among us.
For black men, Prince set the stage for a different kind of acceptable identity.
That’s right… Prince is writing a memoir.
A master at storytelling has passed, but his books will continue to give insight into his life.
Sami Jankins discusses male body image and how Hollywood perfection is overrated.
There are a lot of rumors. Alex Temblador breaks down what is real about Charlie and his HIV status.
Mr. Christian McBride, creator of ‘The Movement Revisited,’ an elaborate composition pairing jazz music to words of iconic black activists, details how he prepared the production.—A passage in an early 20th Century philosophy book, ‘The Revolt of the Masses,’ reads:“For there is no doubt that the most radical division that it is possible to make…
Jill Di Donato and Matthew Rozsa discuss how Donald Trump’s presidential candidacy has been enabled by America’s obsession with celebrities.
‘The Movement Revisited,’ an elaborate production by Grammy Award-winning jazz bassist Mr. Christian McBride, premieres in Philadelphia for one night only.
Jazz musician Mr. Wynton Marsalis, in Philadelphia as the 2015 recipient of the Marian Anderson Award, spoke candidly about social and racial justice.
Homegrown talent, like The Roots and The Trammps, honored during Philadelphia tradition.
Two black Philadelphia journalists met for the first time and interviewed each other, creating a magical moment for black journalism history.