The cast of the 1999 wedding flick, “The Best Man” got together over the weekend for a reunion dinner of sorts.
Taye Diggs, Nia Long, Morris Chestnut, Terence Howard, Sanaa Lathan, Harold Perrineau, Regina Hall, Melissa De Sousa, Monica Calhoun and director Malcolm Lee all attended the dinner, which was held last weekend (January 29, 2011) in West Hollywood.
I’m sure they shared stories about how far they’ve come in the past 12 years since making the Black film favorite.
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Rapper Fabolous, 31, (real name John Jackson) has been accused of assaulting a restaurant bus boy with a glass bottle and a fist during a visit to Atlanta.
In a tort/negligence lawsuit filed against him on Monday, January 31, 2011 in Fulton County Superior Court, Fabolous is accused of attacking Octavious Butler, a busboy at Fox Sports Grill. Continue Reading…
The show that gave Memphis, Tennesee the title of “murder capital” is coming to Atlanta.
Dekalb County Police has signed a contract with producers of the popular A&E docu-drama “The First 48,” and production crews began shooting just last week.
The metro Atlanta county is divided over how the exposure will affect Dekalb County murder investigations. Some officers believe the national exposure from the documentary television series will help with recruiting, while others are concerned it could actually help criminals instead. Continue Reading…
Erica Gluck, the adorable little girl who played Brittany Pitts (“Brit Brat”), the daughter of Jason & Kelly Pitts on BET’s hit series “The Game” was dropped from the show and abruptly replaced by an older teen.
The show, which was revived on BET after after fans petitioned for it’s resurrection when it was canceled by the CW network, was a win/win for BET in the ratings but fans are still up in arms about the cast.
Loyal fans of the show wondered what happened to the original cast member, with many even voicing their concern on the social networking site, Twitter:
In case you were wondering what happened to the “original” Brit Brat: Continue Reading…
Director Spike Lee was spotted court side at the Washington Wizards vs New York Knicks game last night (January 24, 2011) at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
The Morehouse alum is an avid basketball fan and rarely misses a Knicks game, but it’s education and minority teachers that currently top his priority list.
Spike will join U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan in Atlanta for a town hall meeting at Morehouse College on January 31st to encourage more African-American males to go into teaching.
The meeting is one of a series of events designed to recruit diverse and highly qualified teachers. And Morehouse, the country’s only all-male historically black college, is part of a plan by Duncan and others to recruit, train and place at least 80,000 male African-American teachers by 2015.
Lee, a Morehouse graduate, is scheduled to share his experiences and explain why more male minority teachers are needed in schools.
Before you bite into that Taco Bell beef burrito or taco, you might want to clarify the definition of “beef.”
Beasley Allen, an Alabama law firm, has filed a class action lawsuit against Taco Bell, claiming the restaurant chain misleads its customers about what’s actually in its tacos. The lawsuit claims the company uses “false advertising” on its menu and in its advertisements because what is alleged to be “beef” is not actually “beef” at all!!
Ewwwwww! Are you wondering what the hell y’all have been eating in those cheesy meaty Taco Bell entrees? Continue Reading…