Philly Phil takes over Richmond's "Quiet Storm"

Phil "Philly Phil" Daniel, known in Richmond on air as “Philly Phil” will host Richmond’s highest rated nighttime show “The Quiet Storm” on WKJS-FM 99.3/105.7FM weekdays, from 7 p.m. to midnight. Daniel officially kicks off April 28.

The Holmes Brothers come to D.C.

The Holmes Brother, legendary performers known for their non-stop touring and bringing audiences to their feet night after night will perform at Gypsy Sally's in Washington D.C. on April 11.

New kid's book teaches ‘The Art of Peace’

In the book, profiles of some of some of the most well-known peace advocates, such as Nelson Mandela, Mother Theresa, the Dalai Lama, are juxtaposed alongside Hazel Quintanilla’s whimsical artwork in the book and what they had to say about ...

Author pens about sex based on Bible standards

“Sex: According to the Bible” is an open, frank, and approachable book that finally lays out exactly why sex is not only acceptable, but encouraged by Scripture. At the same time, it promotes a responsible and traditional approach to relationships ...

Racial segregation still present in online dating

Race is still a factor in dating.

DMX vs. Zimmerman boxing match cancelled

The much talked about boxing match between DMX and George Zimmerman has been cancelled.

Hampton Roads' Top 10 lists of Black love

Love is in the air and Hampton Roads residents chimed in on who they feel represent Black love.

Analyzing four stereotypes Blacks believe about themselves

Stereotypes about Black people have been circulating for years.

NN holds its inaugural Restaurant Week

Hampton Roads residents prepare to satisfy all your ravenous cravings.

SNL newest edition leaves many unimpressed

Speculation is following the recent hire of SNL newcomer Sasheer Zamata.

"Saturday Night Live" adds black woman to cast

Six years after the departure of its last Black woman cast member, Saturday Night Live finally has another. NBC announced on Monday that Sasheer Zamata will join the show when it returns from hiatus on Jan. 18.

“No first date jitters”

Daviece Clement, the local woman who recently launched a year-long campaign featuring 54 dates to meet a ‘wonderful’ man she can potentially marry in a few years, this week declared her first date a success.

Co-stars remember ‘Uncle Phil’ following James Avery passing

Memorial plans are still underway for James Avery, the actor who played “Phil Banks” on the “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air”for six seasons, but that hasn’s stopped his former co-stars and friends from telling the world what kind of person he ...

Ad campaign meant to help woman find husband

The year-long project will showcase Clement’s weekly date journey to find a husband. She is asking the Richmond community, and women in particular, to intoduce her to available men they know. They can introduce these eligible bachelors via email or ...

Jefferson Center performance receives Grammy nomination

Over the weekend, news that Lalah Hathaway's "Something", performed alongside prominent NYC jazz collaborative Snarky Puppy on March 8, 2013 inside Jefferson Center's Shaftman Performance Hall, received a Grammy nomination for Best R&B Performance and confirmed that transformational music experiences ...