Interview with Comedian Jay Chandrasekhar – Coming to Dallas, TX on June 25

Interview by: Jeff Sprick Since his debut with comedy troupe Broken Lizard, comedian Jay Chandrasekhar has gone on to write, act and direct in both film and television. Fans know him as “The Brown Clown” and as part creator of cult comedy hits like Super Troopers, Beerfest and Club Dread. In addition to his feature […]

Interview: Gabby Reece former model on her her second book and latest book ‘My Foot Is Too Big For the Glass Slipper: A Guide To The Less-Than-Perfect’ Life

Written by: Melody Charles When it comes to sacred subjects like marriage and motherhood, most of us are eager to lighten our loads as and look forward to reading, or seeing, what the rich and famous say about how they keep it together….until their words are construed as a burden that can only make things […]

Say Word: TJ Medel Because He Likes Chocolate

I have a crush on Asian men.  This crush led me to discover a handsome, poem spitting beast named Timothy Medel. I think you should know him to so HEAR we go.  Introduction time. Thanks for reading, hope you enjoy.  More to come! Mut “I Know What I’m Talkin Bout” Asheru BIO: TJ Medel is […]

Interview: Pam Grier – Foxy: My Life In Three Acts

By:  Melody Charles She’s won fame and acclaim for her film roles, emboldened an entire generation of African-American women on the cusp of a civil and sexual revolution in the 60s and 70s and along the way, survived cancer, sexual assaults and broken hearts. She’s a public woman who has endured the private pain of […]

Author Interview w/Pam Grier – Foxy: My Life in Three Acts

Interview by:  Melody Charles She’s won fame and acclaim for her film roles, emboldened an entire generation of African-American women on the cusp of a civil and sexual revolution in the 60s and 70s and along the way, survived cancer, sexual assaults and broken hearts. She’s a public woman who has endured the private pain […]

Interview: County of Kings – A Play by Lemon Anderson

By: Skeeta Diggs The majority of the rap songs you hear today on the radio, are about Bentleys, bottle poppin, groupies, the come up, the throw down and anything else that states “ I’ve arrived’. And although rap is a part of the hip hop culture- its voice is not as fruitful as it used […]