It's been 20 year's since Lauryn Hill's solo debut album, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, shifted the zeitgeist of the music industry and on Friday, Hill brought her commemorative "Miseducation" tour to Philly's Festival Pier.
A few months after being let go from WRNB 100.3, Lady B is now being honored with a screening of A Salute to Lady B-a short documentary that examines the 30-plus years of Lady B's influence on hip-hop and Philadelphia at large-at the African American Museum on Friday.
After 27 years since the premiere of "In Living Color", one of television's most notable sketch comedy shows, four members of the original cast of the are bringing their "Off Color Comedy Tour" to Prax Casino on Friday, June 8th.
In HGTV's "Flipping Virgins", host Egypt Sherrod is the house-flipping sensei. With more than 15 years of experience in real estate, Sherrod navigates first-time flippers though nearly every aspect of the procedure.
Aunts, or auntlike figures, in black families are often under-recognized on public forums, despite being the backbone of the community. This Mother's Day, black aunts should be appreciated for the commitment they have to the community and for their willingness to protect and love black children.
"On Your Feet!: The Emilio & Gloria Estefan Broadway Musical" is heating up the Academy of Music stage through April 15. It may not be profound, but it's possibly the most fun you'll have in a theater, and the cast is more than willing to ensure that you do.
Brandon T. Harden is a staff writer at the Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News. He writes about the brillance of black culture in Philadelphia. Before his time in Philadelphia, he was the managing editor of Blavity, a media and tech company targeted towards the interest of black millennials.