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29 Apr. 2016

Food Network Star Returns!

Food Network’s competition series Food Network Star returns for a twelfth season on Sunday, May 22nd at 9pm ET/PT, with culinary icons Giada De Laurentiis and Bobby Flay looking to discover the next promising food television star. Thirteen talented culinary hopefuls are put through the ringer this season, battling it out in challenges that not […]

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25 Apr. 2016

Harlem dining on film

Harlem on My Plate, a documentary short film that explores the history of Harlem’s food renaissance, has been accepted to participate in competition in the Narrative Short Films category at the New York City International Film Festival (NYCIFF), which runs April 25 – 29, 2016, and in the Short Films category at the NYC Indie […]

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22 Apr. 2016

Education Announcement: City Year deadline is April 30

City Year is accepting applications. Deadline for 2016 is April 30. Young people 18-24 who want to accelerate their careers can acquire marketable professional skills by serving as a City Year AmeriCorps member for a year before, during or after college. City Year is an AmeriCorps program that helps elementary, middle and high school students […]

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21 Apr. 2016

BROADWAY Announcement!

Patina Miller and Andrew Rannells co-host the TONY nominations announcement, Tuesday, May 3rd, from the Diamond Horseshoe at the Paramount Hotel NOMINATIONS TO BE BROADCAST LIVE ON TONYAWARDS.COM & CBS THIS MORNING #Talk2SV — The Tony Awards Nominations Announcement will be co-hosted by Tony Award winner and star of CBS’ “Madam Secretary” Patina Miller and Tony […]

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19 Apr. 2016

Fragrance Memories for Mom

A favorite childhood memory remains my mother’s scent when we ran into her arms for a big loving hug; the waft of her fragrance as she walked by, the aroma in her handkerchief drawer where she stored precious keepsakes. And, in talks with others, it seems we share that same memory–thus our tribute to mothers […]

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12 Feb. 2016

The Way She Feels on Valentine’s Day and beyond!

The Way She Feels on Valentine’s Day and beyond Among the top gifts received on Valentine’s Day is fragrance—the olfactory mystique, however, continues year round. We wanted to gather firsthand accounts for this feature and asked several women around the country to describe how they like to feel on Valentine’s Day and beyond. Sarah (Texas) […]

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01 Feb. 2016

NAACP, Museum of Tolerance, Feb. 3

“Pictures, Power, Progress – Pathways to Inclusion” The 12th Annual NAACP Hollywood Bureau Symposium Wednesday, February 3, 2014 from 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM  Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles  NAACP Board and Branches including Chairman Roslyn Brock and President Cornell William Brooks  NAACP Image Awards’ Committee Television Academy Members Local universities and colleges (film […]

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01 Feb. 2016

Int’l Miami Film Fest opens March 4

33rd Miami International Film Festival March 4 – 13, 2016   Monica Bellucci, Iciar Bollaín, Gavin Hood and Deepa Mehta will all receive tributes during the 33rd edition of Miami Dade College’s Miami International Film Festival, March 4 – 13, 2016. Additionally, Andrew Currie’s comedy The Steps, starring James Brolin, will receive its US premiere […]

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08 Jan. 2016

New programming platform begins

Celebrate the MLK holiday with “THE LEGACY: 75 YEARS OF BLACKS ON TELEVISION” UNIFY is defined as the only premium online video streaming service providing TV and film entertainment geared towards the African-American audience. Beginning this month, WHUT-TV will air UNIFY’s docu-series, The Legacy: 75 Years of Blacks on Television.   The doc-series takes an in-depth […]

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29 Nov. 2015

Have you seen DISGRACED?

We live in a post-racial society as is thought and stated by the millennial sect, but, is it all talk with limited reality?  Is this a dream yet to be fulfilled, a reflection of progress made when ethnic identities are viewed as a plus rather than a minus?  From pulpits to podiums in various iterations, […]

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