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Debbie Allen Makes History First Black Woman To Receive Governors Award

Debbie Allen made history as the first black woman to receive the Governor’s Award at Sunday evening’s Emmy Awards. The actress, director, and choreographer was presented with the award by Jada Pinkett-Smith, director and producer Ava Duvernay, actress Ellen Pompeo, and actor Michael Douglass. The Governors Award is given to an “individual for outstanding achievement in the… Read more »

Former WGN Anchor Allison Payne Dead At 57

WGN-TV is mourning the loss of longtime former anchor Allison Payne.  She co-anchored WGN News for 21 years earning 9 Emmys.  Payne a native of Detroit was an inspiration to so many Black journalists during her time. Allison suffered a series of health issues although a cause of death has not been released. The trailblazing… Read more »

Facebook & Ray-Ban Team Up To Launch Smart Glasses

Facebook and Ray-Ban have announced their new smart glasses that are coming out for $299. These glasses will allow users to take pictures, record videos, listen to music, and take calls. Zuckerberg said, “You can kind of think about this as an embodied Internet that you’re inside of rather than just looking at. We believe… Read more »

Chrissy Teigen Celebrates 50 Days Of Sobriety

Chrissy Teigen arrives at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party on Sunday, Feb. 9, 2020, in Beverly Hills, Calif. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP) Chrissy Teigen posted on Instagram that she has been sober for 50 days. She said it should be nearly a year but she had a few hiccups (wine). This is her longest sobriety… Read more »

R Kelly’s Writing Credits on Drake New Album Spark Controversy

All hip-hop fans are talking about is Drake’s album that just dropped.  However, some are not happy after fans noticed that R. Kelly is listed as one of the writers on “TSU.” Apparently, this is because the sample used reimagined version of Kell’s song “Your Body is Calling.” Now fans are venting about it on social…. Read more »