Now Casting Virtual Couples Who’ve Yet to Meet in Person. Emmy Award Winning Bunim/Murray Productions (producers of MTV's The Real World) is now casting a New Relationship Experiment TV show.
“Black Boy’s Blues: Funny Money” chronicles the life of a millennial African American college graduate as he travels the globe in search of love and meaning. The 56-page black-and-white graphic novel features seven autobiographical, life-affirming stories that explore the awkward,
By day, Stephen Philip Harvey appears to be a mild-mannered saxophonist, music teacher and choir director in sleepy Salisbury, MD. But when he leads the estimable team of musicians known as the Stephen Philip Harvey Jazz Orchestra, he’s transformed into
From the desk of French TV show host and pop culture, expert Sebastien Abdelhamid officially launches his Naruto Shippuden x ASICS collection. The collection was unveiled to the public at a special event at Le Grand Rex in Paris. There are three
The bearers of this key must be resilient, not spiritually weak; a key that only the most courageous would dare seek. 2 brave young warriors accepted the arduous challenge. Determined to find this rare item, and restore balance.. This luscious musical experience chronicles
Music video by SkyBlew performing, 2 The Max! ?✌? ? Produced By: Navo The Maestro ? ? Filmed & Directed By: Ivy Okami ? ?️ Video Edited By: Mukul Maggo ?️
BLACK RAIN is an Afro-futuristic, 2D animated short film about Esan, a planet under siege by a corrupt conglomerate, and is told through the eyes of a young child named Boubini. The story is inspired by the tragic events of
Urbanime’s Open Spaces, a yearlong Black & Brown STEM initiative, is celebrating Black women in tech with “The Mixtape” and “The Listening Party” releases. The stories of industry-leading Black women shared through The Mixtape and The Listening Party aim to
Virtuous Con, the virtual comic book, fantasy, and sci-fi convention, returns February 12 -13, 2022 from 11amET-7pmET with Virtuous Con: Black History Month 2022.
Set in modern-day America, Peacock’s new one-hour drama series Bel-Air reimagines the beloved sitcom The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air through a new, dramatic take on Will’s complicated journey from the streets of West Philadelphia to the gated mansions of Bel-Air.