ASPIRE celebrates Black Music Month throughout the month of June with “ASPiRE Jam Session” featuring a variety of musical vignettes of artists including; Grammy-nominated R&B crooner Joe, singing his hit, “I Wanna Know”, soul powerhouse, Avery Su
Fair and long-legged, independent and articulate, Jane Crawford sets out to be her own person no mean feat for an African American woman in the 1930's. Jane's quest for identity takes her thought three marriages and into a journey back to her roots. Based on Zora Neale Hurston's classic novel of the same name.
Whether you’re a fan of Tennessee Williams, August Wilson, Tyler Perry, Shakespeare, TuPac or Andrew Lloyd Webber, there’s something for you at the Atlanta Black Theatre Festival.
ASCAP's Rhythm & Soul Department here in Atlanta will partner with Shanti Das and Marlon Nichols to produce a special, Gospel/Inspirational brunch edition of their ATL Live on the Park series.
In celebration of Earvin “Magic” Johnson's 55th birthday on Aug. 14, 2014, Sports Illustrated present these rare photos of Magic Johnson. We loved seeing these rare photos again and you will too!
ASPiRE announced today that it has launched on Time Warner Cable systems in Texas. Markets covered by the launches include San Antonio (channel 185), Austin (channel 185), Corpus Christi (channel 499) and Beaumont (channel 499). The launches bring ASPiRE's distribution to more than 20 million households.
The BlackStar Film Festival is a celebration of cinema focused on work by and about people of African descent in a global context.
The Long Beach Jazz Festival is one of Southern California’s longest running and eagerly anticipated annual music events that attracts music lovers from around the world – year after year – with its always dynamic blend of sounds and unique coastal venue offering relaxation for every generation.