- The Times and DemocratJun 29 10:35 PM
A young girl's dream in 1886 turned into the reality of Voorhees College in Denmark.
- Daily MirrorJun 29 08:07 AM
Stunning singer Ariana Grande isn't afraid to flash her flesh. And with a great body why should she? The star didn't fail to wow at the Gay Pride weekender in New York.
- bnt news via Yahoo Philippines CelebrityJun 28 05:41 PM
Girl’s Day disclosed the jacket image of the group’s 2nd ...
- HollywoodLifeJun 30 08:33 PM
It’s a Tuesday night, but it’s still ‘Teen Wolf’ time!
- Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsJun 28 08:10 AM
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — Across the South, Confederate symbols are toppling, teetering or at least getting critical new looks. But is it a sign of real change in a region known for fiercely defending its complex traditions, or simply the work of frightened politicians and nervous corporate bean counters scrambling for cover in the wake of another white-on-black atrocity?
- GOODJun 29 02:16 PM
The acclaimed filmmaker shares what makes her latest project so uniquely personal.
- VultureJun 26 08:08 AM
From the start, Nina Simone was a communal dream. Very early on in the life of Eunice Waymon — that was the name she was born with, in 1933 — the town of Tryon, North Carolina, realized it had a prodigy in its midst and, since the Waymons couldn’t afford ... More »
- The GuardianJun 22 10:10 AM
From singing the soundtrack to the civil rights movement to living in self-imposed exile in Liberia, Nina Simone never chose the easy path. As a new documentary is released, we look at the angry, lonely life of a soul legend Nina Simone’s album Black Gold , recorded at New York’s Philharmonic Hall on 26 October 1969, concludes with a deeply moving performance of To Be Young, Gifted and Black ...
- Daily MailJun 28 06:10 PM
They have lit up the world football stage in a manner their male counterparts can only dream of. England has made it to the semi-finals of the World Cup. RICHARD PRICE introduces the Lionesses.
- Los Angeles TimesJun 25 08:55 AM
At the start of "Twisted: My Dreadlock Chronicles," Bert Ashe writes that he decided in 1998 to realize a lifelong dream of growing dreadlocks because he wanted to "go outside." By that he means he wanted his inner view of himself as rebellious to match an outward appearance and manner that was...