Clippers searching for diet of wins

LOS ANGELES-That’s o-2. Coming off of NBA All-Star weekend, the Los Angeles Clippers had two big games looming in front of them: Golden State and San Antonio. It’s no secret that these two teams, statistically (and record-wise) are the top two honchos in the Western Conference. The Clippers had an opportunity to really gauge themselves […]

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Clippers-Warriors rivalry in need of upgrade

Ok. Let’s just put it out there. The Golden State Warriors are the best team in basketball. That’s not rocket science. They may not match their record-breaking regular season mark of 73-9 they set last year. That is irrelevant.  More than halfway into the 2016-17 NBA season, the Warriors have already hit the nine-loss log. […]

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Coaching staff could flip Chargers switch

New stadium. New philosophy. New logo. New coaching staff. Everything is new for the Los Angeles Chargers these days. The Chargers coaching staff could have the right mix of NFL minds to get the team into postseason with consistency. But there is nothing new about the men Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn will be counting […]

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A peep into the NAACP Image Awards

PASADENA, CA-Denzel. Tracee. Laurence. Taraji. Janelle. Terrence. The 48th Annual NAACP Image Awards highlighted some of the best in black filmmaking today. With “Tracee Ellis Ross’ show “Black-ish” winning four NAACP Image Awards, “Taraji P. Henson hawking three (two solo) and film superstars Denzel Washington and Laurence Fishburne coming up winners as well, the NAACP […]

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Denzel Washington’s ode to August Wilson

Last year was an incredible year in black film and television. Theatrical jewels such as “Fences,” “Hidden Figures, “Loving” and “Moonlight” proved to be instant classics in the heart-warming and critically-acclaimed department.  The 48th Annual NAACP Image Awards, which took place at the Pasadena Civic Center in Pasadena, California, gave each of the four films a […]

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North Carolina A & T sees double in MEAC

LANDOVER, Md. – Sometimes good things come in pairs. That worked out pretty well for North Carolina A & T’s track and field team at the 2017 MEAC Indoor Championship. Both the Aggies’ men and women track and field squads came into the MEAC Conference Indoor Championship in bit of a drought when it comes to […]

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Why the NAACP Image Awards matter

PASADENA, CA-There’s power in the conquer and divide theory. But only if you give it life. The NAACP Image Awards has its hands full in the competition category during the month of February. The month of February is a celebration of Black History Month. In recent years, with so many large-scaled entertainment and sports events, the […]

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No. 5 Ducks turn the heat up on Trojans

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GRAMMYs gift lounge a hit with music royalty

LOS ANGELES-When the GRAMMY Awards come to town everyone knows it. The GRAMMYs is to the music industry what the Academy Awards are to the many talented thespians, writers and creators that make up the acting industry. The big buzz surrounding the GRAMMYs this year was the stop-the-press performance by five-time winner Adele and her classic homage paid to […]

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PAFF moving along nicely at 25 years

LOS ANGELES-The Pan African film Festival (PAFF) has hit a whole new threshold: 25 years. Every year, the festival seems to get better and better with the quality of films being shown as the African Diaspora receives an overdue examination of the rich filmmaking that have eluded mainstream media’s attention list. One of the more interesting component […]

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Denzel Washington is hitting his stride

SANTA BARBARA-If you’re good, the people will come see you. Actor Denzel Washington is that good. Actually, he is better than good. He’s the best. Washington has been so good for so long that millions of adoring fans has come out in droves to be entertained by his movies. The first time I ever watched […]

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Tom Brady’s Super Bowl playground

Now who is the Bad Man? Matt Ryan just proved that he will never be that guy. Tom Brady reminded all of his that he is that guy. For Brady, the New England Patriots’ 34-28 comeback win against the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI, proved to be the defining moment of his illustrious NFL career. […]

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Denzel graces Santa Barbara Film Festival

SANTA BARBARA, CA-Talk about making a big splash. The second day of the 32nd Santa Barbara International Film Festival (SBIFF) turned out to be a good night for legendary actor Denzel Washington. This generation’s “Sidney Poitier” shook hands and signed autograph from fans before walking down the red carpet on his way to receive the […]

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No, the media will not shut up

LOS ANGELES-What’s going on in Washington, D.C. is a joke these days. The only problem with that assessment is that there is no one laughing at the punch lines. First, the same man who tried for eight years to discredit President Barack Obama with all of those birther lies is now crying wolf that the media […]

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