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‘Bachelorette’ Rachel Lindsay chooses her mate, accepts proposal

On Monday night’s finale of The Bachelorette, Rachel Lindsay chose the man she’d like to spend the rest of her life with: Bryan Abasolo.

Comic series explores world where only black people have superpowers

Studio 8 is imagining a whole new world with a comic series from Black Mask Studios called 'Black.'

Film Review: 'Kidnap'

It's Halle Berry vs. hillbillies in high-octane chase thriller.

‘Detroit’ – Claustrophobic docudrama revisits ’67 riots

Detroit’s ’67 riots broke out in the wee hours of July 23rd in the wake of a police raid on an unlicensed bar where folks had been toasting a couple of vets who’d recently returned from Vietnam.

ALL OVER TOWN

Eddie Griffin on the mic at Chuckles.

Watch: OWN’s 'Black Love' digs into the best Hollywood couples’ love lives for honest and raw advice

Oprah Winfrey’s OWN has decided to make black love into a docuseries of the same name. Winfrey tapped filmmakers Codie Elaine Oliver and Tommy Oliver (The Perfect Guy) and Confluential Films for the new show.

Yara Shahidi’s ‘Black-ish’ spinoff to be called ‘Grown-ish’

The spinoff, which stars Yara Shahidi as Zoey, had been moving forward under the working title College-ish, as it follows Zoey as she moves out and explores the world on her own when she goes to college.

Celebrity women unite for ‘Black Women’s Equal Pay Day’

Black women have to work 19 months to make what white men make in 12.

Nate Parker continues critical work of empowering young black filmmakers

For the second straight year, Nate Parker is acknowledging the need to empower young black filmmakers by taking matters into his own hands.

R. Kelly hires crisis team amid sex cult accusations, cancels tour dates

On Monday, R. Kelly cancelled four out of his ten upcoming tour dates, all while he has reportedly hired a crisis team to deal with the sex cult accusations stacking up against him.

Sunday’s 'Game of Thrones' was a message to black America

The 'Game of Thrones' writers created an episode that spoke in coded language, dropping jewels only black people could pick up.

#ACCESS901: MUSIC TO MY EARS

Fenton Wright and the Consortium MMT find, mine Memphis talent.

Dancing Dolls gearing up to ‘Bring It! Live’

The Dancing Dolls accept nothing less than victory and slaying the competition every time they’re on the stage.

‘Ruined’ set for Hattiloo run

The 2009 Pulitzer Prize for Drama is the description reserved for the play “Ruined” written by Lynn Nottage. Beginning August 11, a rendition of “Ruined” starts a run at the Hattiloo Theatre at 37 South Cooper.

With ‘The Rich and The Ruthless,’ Victoria Rowell flips the soap opera script

Dramedy series on Urban Movie Channel shows life in the black lane for soap stars.