Che' 'Rhymefest' Smith Rapper, Songwriter, and Caregiver

While the spectators waited in the auditorium of the People’s Health New Orleans Jazz Market, Che’ “Rhymfest” Smith—an acclaimed songwriter known for his song writing contributions on Kaye West’s “Jesus Walks”

Treme' 7th Ward Arts and Culture Festival

During Memorial Day Weekend, the Treme’ 7th Ward Cultural District held its 2nd Annual Arts and Cultural Music Festival under the Claiborne underpass. Blocks between St. Bernard and Orleans Avenues, under the Claiborne Avenue underpass

Howard Hewett

Howard Hewett first came to know success as a member of the group Shalamar with hits such as “Second Time Around” “A Night to Remember” and many others.

Downtown Lesli Brown: Do You Know What It Means To Be From New Orleans

Hailing from the 7th Ward of New Orleans, Downtown Lesli Brown is truly 5-0-4 to the core. Having a radio career spanning over 15 years; today she is a top personality

Let Me Find Out about Fifth Ward Weebie…Taking Over The Big Easy

Jerome Cosey A-K-A Fifth Ward Weebie is known as a bounce and rap phenomenon that’s known to rock parties with his high-energy songs. A few years ago

100% Music Review

Debut Artist Enjolee gives a modern and refreshing recorded performance in her new single “100%.” Speaking true to its name, the artist gives it her all

NOMTOC Parade Celebrates Black Beauty

As the only Black Krewe in its area, the Krewe of “New Orleans Most Talked About Club,” also known as NOMTOC, rolled through the Westbank of Orleans Parish on Feb. 25th.

Xavier Jazz Band Performs NOLA Jazz in China

Jazz music is considered to be America’s classical music, and like classical music, it is a respected art form that transcends cultural differences.

New PBS Documentary Educates Viewers about African Historic Civilizations

Local PBS Station WYES screened the new documentary “Africa’s Great Civilizations” on Xavier University’s Campus on Feb. 20, 2017 as part of its Black History Month Programming.

Local comedian, personality captivates audience in first play

Last weekend, a local community personality captivated a full house during his first live play. On Saturday Feb. 4, local Comedian and Social Media Sensation Donovan Weatherspoon premiered his first live play, Momma’s Boy, at the Algiers Auditorium.

"I Am Not Your Negro" Receives Oscar Nod

On February 1st, the first day of Black History Month, the National Museum of African-American History and Culture premiered the Oscar-nominated documentary "I Am Not Your Negro,

Artists explore black identity through cultural expression in Gomela production.

The Ashé Powerhouse Theater filled to capacity as Junebug Productions sold out their final showing of “Gomela/To Return: Movement of Our Mother Tongue,” a retelling of contemporary and historic trials facing the African-American community on Jan. 29, 2017.

Beyonce Announces that she's Pregnant with twins

35-year-old Bey just posted on her Instagram account, "We would like to share our love and happiness. We have been blessed 2 times over.

Stephen Colbert Takes Down Trump Over Damage Done To America

Just like in “The Hobbit” when Bilbo Baggins returned from his adventures and found his relatives auctioning his possessions, Stephen Colbert was equally surprised

Azealia Banks Defends Donald Trump’s Travel Ban, Tells Rihanna To ‘Shut Up’

Rihanna’s outrage at President Donald Trump’s order to restrict immigration and travel from several Muslim countries set off Azealia Banks.