Thursday night I popped in for a special screening of BET’s new show, Being Mary Jane, at the Urbanworld Film Festival in New York City. The project is currently being a dubbed a movie, though it already feels like a series — a good one!
Ladies, raise your hand if you've ever had a sexual encounter and later wished you could knock on that person's door and ask for your vagina back. A great many of you are probably feverishly waving not one but both hands in the air. Chances are you're not alone at this moment.
Add Lil Wayne to the list of rappers unimpressed with Mitt Romney's personal finance decisions. Weezy took a quick shot at the GOP presidential hopeful on "Cashed Out," a song off the rapper's maligned mixtape, Dedication 4.
The end of the year is a great time to assess and—in many cases—reassess your life goals and make resolutions for the new year. That's also true when it comes to your financial goals, especially if 2012 wasn't too kind to your bank account. The good news is that it's never too late to regroup and bounce back.
One million times and counting. That's how often CNN anchor Soledad O'Brien says members of the black community have likely discussed the issue of "colorism," the largely unspoken system in which persons with dark skin are regarded or treated differently, depending on how dark they are.