Clarence Avant pushed the boundaries for black entertainers, political leaders and tastemakers to have an imprint on pop culture today.
"Are comedians more depressed?"
One year after Beyoncé opened her headlining Coachella set with a drumline, Swift opened the Billboard Music Awards show with a drumline.
"My father knew my soul better than anyone on this planet," Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said.
"There is something special about her," documentary maker Norah Shapiro said of Ilhan Omar.
Film director Alison Klayman told Newsweek that the former Trump chief strategist's ideology was "disingenuous" and "irresponsible."
"The lesson I learned from Zak’s story was to not worry if you don’t succeed in what you really want to do. Something will always reveal itself to you."
"Critically, Mr. Kelly and the victim verbally refer to the girl as only being 14 on multiple occasion on the video.”
The singer also shared his thoughts on why other musical A-listers opted out of participating in the Lifetime docuseries.
"Let this be a message to R. Kelly’s staff that we won’t be bullied or threatened."
"Every Act of Life" is an insightful and moving documentary on the life of openly gay Broadway playwright Terrence McNally.
Calvan Fowler, director of the documentary, "Jordan Heads," shares the significance of owning a pair of Air Jordans.
"He was everyone's comedian. Everybody felt like he belonged to them."
Showtime Sports will bring the film "Bipolar Rock 'n' Roller" on May 25, a movie about Mauro Ranallo and his battle with mental illness.
Zimmerman is accused of following, harassing and cyberstalking an investigator working on a Jay-Z produced documentary.
"The Devil and Father Amorth," the new documentary from "The Exorcist" director William Friedkin, won't convince you demons are real.