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How exciting, looks like Mariah has slipped up and revealed that she and Nick “Double Barrel” Cannon may have two buns in the oven: Continue »
Ray Charles, Muhammad Ali, Malcolm X and Tina Turner all have great biopics, but there are many more film biographies of great black public figures that have yet to be made. Aretha Franklin says she wants Halle Berry to play her. (She’s the Queen of Soul, she can say whatever she wants.)
Check out our picks for who should play which roles in these (surely) upcoming biopics.
Unfortunately the bad news is rates of chlamydia and syphilis are still climbing. SMH. Continue »
Mai Perkins remembers attending a concert at Central Park SummerStage with Cassanda Wilson, partly because of an observation the jazz singer made about Perkins’ new city. “She made a comment that I thought was so applicable to the city’s diversity. She said, ‘California has landscape, New York has people-scape!’” It was a sentiment that the native Angeleno could relate to.
Perkins is no different from the millions who migrate across the country for school or for a new job. She moved to Washington DC over ten years ago to attend Howard University and ended up in New York City to pursue her career as a writer.
So what makes New York a more complementary fit for her than her hometown? Maybe that has something to do with the creative economy, a concept much discussed by “urban expert” Richard Florida in his book “Who’s Your City: How the Creative Economy is Making the Place Where You Live the Most Important Decision of Your Life,” which explored an interesting pattern of how one’s city environment influences productivity and creativity.
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Most of us remember the man with animated facial expressions breathing life into the sitcoms, “Scrubs,” and “Clueless” along with a handful of films. Well, this time, he’s no funny man! Playing the lead role in the sci-fi thriller Skyline, Dondald Faison trades the jokes for guns and drama! Since we have a little time off this week for the Thanksgiving holiday, a movie is a must! So, go see Skyline playing in a theater near you! Check out Faison’s exclusive interview with us and leave your thoughts below!
How far off your rocker do you have to be to stab up your mama with a ceremonial sword?? Continue »
The Pope Clarifies His Comments On Condoms, Says Male Prostitutes Need To Strap The Jimmy Hat On Extra Tight
Posted on November 23rd, 2010 - By Bossip Staff
This is interesting:
Pope Benedict XVI’s comments about condom use being a lesser evil than transmitting HIV also apply to women, the Vatican said Tuesday, a significant shift for a pope who just last year said condoms only worsen the AIDS problem. Continue »