Commentary: We should not be complacent about the way the words we use shape our perception of the world around us.
Kanye West’s “DONDA” made waves with several gems, but the most standout track that created the perfect storm was “Hurricane,” featuring The Weeknd and Lil Baby. With stellar production, the trio offer different perspectives of overcoming their own storms on the holy hip-hop track. The Weeknd harmonizes about his faith withstanding life’s obstacles while Lil Baby raps about losing close friends and repentance. After them, West alludes to his own infidelity and him being less judgmental.
Jessica Simpson “spent half the day crying” after publicly marking her fourth year of sobriety earlier this week, because she was overwhelmed by the response her post got.
New Zealand pop star Lorde has insisted she hasn't faced inequality in the music industry because she is "less an object of desire".
Britney Spears' former assistant Sean Phillip thinks she is doing the "right thing" by challenging her conservatorship, ahead of a possible dissolving of the order at a court hearing on Wednesday (29.09.21).
Kanye West “regrets” how he behaved in his marriage to Kim Kardashian West, as sources say he “knows that he hurt Kim” at times during their relationship.
Duane ‘Dog’ Chapman says “nothing is going to get in the way” of his upcoming wedding to Francie Frane, following his rift with two of his daughters.
According to CNN, Tom Cruise has returned his Golden Globe Awards to the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
The documents, released after multiple delays by Cuomo’s office over the months, did not shine specific light on how much the governor was paid or is due in royalties for the book deal.
Opinion: I have never met a kind person I disliked, even if I disagreed with their politics or we had no interests in common.
Opinion: The question that faces us as a nation is whether America will be defined by its best qualities or its worst.
The Olive Hill Community Economic Development Corp. Inc. will offer a training opportunity this spring with a special focus on social justice …
Topics discussed include confirmation bias, the role social media plays in how we consume information and the important questions we need to ask each other to hopefully get at the truth.
A: No, because I forget. I just like to backpack. My personality is definitely a silent supporter. The way I show love — it's through small actions. It is way more than me proclaiming something out loud. The tension I feel [about the Atlanta spa shootings], I remember the same tension of when George Floyd was murdered. There have to be actions somewhere. I've never been outwardly "Black is Beautiful" even though I believe it; I just like to do the [outdoors] things.