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Wendy Wright Dick Gregory is a renowned African-American comedian, civil rights activist, and spokesman for health issues, who became nationally recognized in the 1960s for a biting brand of comedy that attacked racial prejudice. By addressing his hard-hitting satire to white audiences, he gave a comedic voice to the rising Civil Rights Movement. In the […]

Has “Basketball Wives” star Royce Reed lost her mind? Pictures have surfaced of her son Braylon (with NBA baller Dwight Howard) in a bedroom of…

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Fidel Castro, the controversial former president of Cuba, has died at the age of 90, his brother President Raul Castro announced late last night, according to the Associated Press. The politician and former revolutionary was prime minister of the island nation from 1959 to 1976 and then served as president for 32 years before he was […]

Happy Birthday, WOL 1450 AM! On October 3rd, WOL 1450 hit the airways, starting what would become Radio One! Flashback with us here   Upper Marlboro, Tonga Turner will be resigning from office, effective June 21st. Turner says she decided to leave the role to focus on her family. However, according to NBC 4 Washington, Turner learned of”alarming incidents” potentially racist incidents in nature including “her tires being slashed and a former town commissioner doodling swastikas during […]

Everyone’s favorite bear is back in Paddington 2 which is in theaters everywhere now. Xilla Valentine sat down with Hugh Grant and Hugh Bonneville to discuss the hilarious jail scene in Paddington 2 and got their reaction to the first British Black Princess, Meghan Markle.

MTV will bring in their new documentary division with two films focusing on the lives of people in the Washington, D.C. and St. Louis areas. The film 17 Blocks,” will recount around 20 years in the life of a black family living the shade of the White House. The Doc features Cheryl Sanford and her […]