Check out Accra, Ghana, where An African City is gaining momentum. EBONY.com checked in with the show's creator and executive producer Nicole Amarteifio on the release of An African City's wildly popular second season and the importance of Sex and the City to its conception.
The younger cast seems like part of an unfortunate trend -- especially, but not exclusively in the dance world -- of emphasizing child celebrities.
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The infamous Cardi B, Bronx native, found her way onto the hit VH1 show Love and Hip Hop New York this season and really captured the audience. Wat...
A politician who wanted to become a Reality TV star endorses a Reality TV star who wants to become a politician. This is what we have come to. And it is no surprise.
In an era of ass-kicking women on TV (Supergirl, Blindspot's Jane Doe, Legends of Tomorrow's White Canary, Netflix's Jessica Jones), the Bella Twins are the real thing. Well, as real as anything gets on reality TV, anyway.
The first group date kicks off week two and Ben takes the girls on the group date to high school to "learn how to love" and compete in school themed...
A pony, a unicorn and a flower walk into a house. That wasn't a joke, that's just a wrap up of last week's premiere of The Bachelor, which as always, did not disappoint.
Sean -- one of my favorite actors -- seems to be channeling the worst of a bygone era -- maybe he needs to watch Game of Thrones, Homeland, Transparent, Orange Is the New Black or any of the myriad universe of incredibly written, brilliantly produced and critically acclaimed examples of Premium Video Content.
Here is how I go from feeling low to shifting gear to looking up and feeling like myself again.
I have a secret. Something I have never admitted to most of my friends let alone admitted to thousands of judgmental people on the internet, but it's time to come clean. The weight it too heavy and the love is too deep. I love The Bachelor.
With our worship of wealth and our love of trash, combined with our historical racism and xenophobia, so entrenched that a Supreme Court justice feels free to spew racism from the bench, we run the risk of getting exactly the president that we deserve.
Emails and tweets bearing this request have gone unanswered, and so I must resort to an open letter: Please, I urge you, Bravo, and the NBC family of networks to acknowledge the severity of Lyme disease and use your influence for good.
It's brilliant, really, and I believe it leads to the inescapable conclusion that Trump is secretly a Democrat. Nothing else could explain his actions.
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