Marvin Sapp is back from his period of consecration that began at the start of the new year and is now sharing his prayer and insights about love.
Funk legend Sly Stone was awarded $5 million on Tuesday in a breach-of-contract suit that claimed his business partners and his own company cheated him out of royalties. Read the rest of this entry »
Gabrielle Union Discusses Race Relations In Hollywood and America, “Being Mary Jane”, and Being Married to Dwyane WadeJanuary 28th, 2015
Gabrielle Union asked for a do-over on this interview — an unusual request for an actress who’s been working for over two decades and could charm a reporter even if her jaws were wired shut. But the first time we talked was at the end of her Yahoo Style fashion shoot, where she’d danced all day to disco music. By the end, she was being whisked out; she was rushed and exhausted. So the star of BET’s Being Mary Jane — the show’s second season premieres Feb.3 — asked if we could speak again after she caught her breath. She wanted to be able to give thoughtful, considered answers as one of the few stars in Hollywood who will talk honestly about everything from marriage (she wed Miami Heat basketball star Dwyane Wade in August; see #TheWadeUnion) — to why there are so few roles for black actors in Hollywood.
A congregation is picking up the pieces after investigators say someone intentionally set their church on fire. Read the rest of this entry »
Kim Kardashian West recently revealed that she has been praying about having a second child.
Amy Julia Becker, author and mother of three, chooses readings to comfort and encourage fellow moms.
More than 9.5 million people have signed up for 2015 individual health insurance on the new exchanges created under the national healthcare reform law, the U.S. government said on Tuesday, a number that surpasses its enrollment target for the year.
ABC’s Tina Trinh found out how to make the perfect flapjack to celebrate National Blueberry Pancake Day.
Dr. Norman C. Francis, First Black Graduate of Loyola University Law School and Longest Sitting University President in the U.S., Honored with 2015 St. Ives AwardJanuary 28th, 2015
Dr. Norman C. Francis, J.D. ’55, H’82, the first African-American to graduate from the Loyola University New Orleans College of Law and the longest sitting university president in the U.S., is the recipient of the 2015 St. Ives Award, the highest honor awarded by the College of Law Alumni Association. Read the rest of this entry »