"Instant Mom" gets signed for third season

Nickelodeon has ordered a 20-episode third season of its hit family comedy “Instant Mom” for Nick at Nite and NickMom.

50 Cent/ Floyd Mayweather beef showcases illiteracy among Black youth

An ongoing Twitter feud between rapper/entrepreneur 50 Cent and five-division world boxing champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. recently took an ugly turn, inadvertently shining a light on a major issue affecting the Black community.

Third annual Virginia Wine Summit to be held in October

The third annual Virginia Wine Summit will be held in Richmond on October 21.

Television series pilot set for Virginia

ABC Signature, a division of ABC Studios, has chosen Virginia for "Point of Honor", the pilot for the television series ABC is co-producing with Amazon Studios.

Musical tribute to honor R&B artist Minnie Riperton

"Vivacious", a musical tribute honoring Minnie Riperton, will be presented to celebrate her life and legacy on August 22nd.

Forum says to "teach kids responsible social media use"

Experts are maintaining that students should be taught acceptable and responsible ways of using social media.

Is your wardrobe stressing you out?

Getting your outfit right can be challenging but you can own your body shape and look good in what you're wearing.

A Tupac for everyone

In the spring of 2001, Todd Kreidler met his boss, the playwright August Wilson, for breakfast at the Cafe Edison, as was their custom. Mr. Kreidler was assisting Wilson as he brought his play “King Hedley II” to Broadway, but ...

Lyric Ave remains a "First Class" act

Lyric Ave will be celebrating 11 years on May 24.

The 24th Annual UMOJA Festival

The City of Portsmouth will host its 24th Annual UMOJA Festival May 23 – 25.

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.