PaviElle French is set to debut “A Requiem for Zula” — a seven-movement homage to her late mother — this weekend at the Ordway Theatre as part of SPCO’s Tapestry19 Festival.
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Olivia Bruce uses water colors, markers and color pencils, acrylic and oil pints to come up with one-of-a-kind creations that have captured the attention of Michelle Obama…
Each week this month, MSR editors share their top picks for events celebrating Black History Month.
After my story about making vacations a teaching opportunity for your children ran in the MSR this past December, I’ve been inundated with calls and e-mails from parents looking for places to go. Most of them asked, “Where should I take my children for spring break?” Others demanded to know, “Are there places nearby we […]
J.D. Steele, the driving wheel of renowned musical institution The Steeles, is returning to the theater for Out of the Box Opera’s Fusion Series.
James Ingram has died at age 66, after a long and very private illness. The death was disclosed via a social media post from his good friend, Debbie Allen.
CLEO TV features a mix of new and old school original series, talk shows and lifestyle entertainment for today’s Black woman.
After viewing ‘Glass,’ there will be a great debate: Should M. Night Shyamalan stop writing scripts for his films? Should he refrain from directing them? Or maybe both!
It is evident — at least this year — that Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences President Cheryl Boone Isaacs’ A2020 mandate for more diversity and representation has been heard and is working.
Nancy Wilson stands among the greatest performers of the past 60 years.