If you and your partner don't have a thang planned on Sunday, March 4th, 2018, check out the first annual Oscars Viewing Party at The Lounge where you can chill while sipping some Academy Award-themed goodies with DJ NessDigital (pictured) rockin at The Cecil Steakhouse in fabulous Harlem NY.Continue reading
From Academy Award nominee and Golden Globe winner, Taraji P. Henson, comes an inspiring and funny book about family, friends, the hustle required to make it from DC to Hollywood, and the joy of living in your own truth.Continue reading
By: Dontré L. Conerly
By the time Forest Whitaker takes his final bow for the curtain of “Hughie,” most other plays on Broadway are only ¾ of the way into their first act. Eugene O’ Neill’s 60-minute play—in which Whitaker makes his Broadway debut—usually shares the billing with another work to extend both the time and value of a night out at the theatre, if not to also provide a sense of completion to a work that lacks a sense of purpose and leaves the audience without a takeaway.