Despite Rising Living Costs, Workers Are Still Reluctant To Take On Seasonal Holiday Jobs

The holidays are usually a great time to pick up some extra cash with seasonal work. But, this year it seems like workers aren’t that interested in the jobs and small business owners are worried. Findings from a new report from an Incfile survey revealed about 34% of respondents said that it is harder to… Read More Despite Rising Living Costs, Workers Are Still Reluctant To Take On Seasonal Holiday Jobs

How to Know When Your Relationship Is Over Before The New Year Begins

With the new year approaching (new year, better me), you may be assessing your long-term relationship, and what you find could leave you wondering if it’s time for the B word: a breakup. Ending a relationship sucks. There is no way to get around that feeling. But is reframing a breakup a valuable tool in… Read More How to Know When Your Relationship Is Over Before The New Year Begins

Sundance Unveils 2023 Slate Of Feature Films From Creators of Color

The Sundance Film Festival returns January 19 through 29 with a slate of independent features from filmmakers worldwide. The 2023 festival features selections picked from a record-breaking 4,061 submissions. The chosen few include documentaries and dramas from Black creators, examining figures, stories, and slices of life that speak to the unique experiences of members of… Read More Sundance Unveils 2023 Slate Of Feature Films From Creators of Color

This is why streaming Netflix, Disney Plus, and HBO Max keeps getting more expensive

It’s a lose-lose situation. While some streamers are losing money by paying to get content on their platforms, others are losing money by distributing it on their own platforms. The result? Price hikes. Streaming services just keep creeping up in price. Netflix, Hulu, Disney Plus, ESPN Plus, and Apple TV Plus all announced price hikes… Read More This is why streaming Netflix, Disney Plus, and HBO Max keeps getting more expensive

‘Emancipation’ Review: Will Smith Slavery Saga Challenges Audiences With Grueling Cruelty

The script focuses on the physical and spiritual brutality endured by Smith’s real-life character without addressing the man’s actual humanity If there’s anything unexpected about the depiction of slavery in director Antoine Fuqua’s “Emancipation,” it’s the unflinchingly grim imagery that populates its frames. The intent seems to derive from the photographs of the real-life subject… Read More ‘Emancipation’ Review: Will Smith Slavery Saga Challenges Audiences With Grueling Cruelty

Malcolm D. Lee Talks ‘The Best Man: Final Chapters’ Without Monica Calhoun

The director touches on the actress’ possible return and his passion for telling Black stories through the upcoming limited series. The Best Man: Final Chapters is finally making a return to the small screen. Its first official teaser is out, and the beloved Black cinema franchise will premiere this winter. Malcolm D. Lee has returned… Read More Malcolm D. Lee Talks ‘The Best Man: Final Chapters’ Without Monica Calhoun

Ludacris Teams With Google For “Buying All Black” Campaign Video Featuring Flo Milli: Watch

“I’ma buy all Black, I’ma buy all Black!” Three-time Grammy-winning multifaceted rapper Ludacris has partnered with Google to bring forth his new single and interactive video “Buying All Black” featuring Flo Milli and 70 Black-owned businesses. The musical effort was released to promote the third annual “Black-owned Friday” nationwide campaign. Luda raps: “Ok I’m buying all black,… Read More Ludacris Teams With Google For “Buying All Black” Campaign Video Featuring Flo Milli: Watch

‘Inspection’ director calls new Marine film the ‘Black, gay Rocky’ 

By Sarah Sicard Elegance Bratton is an expert in fiction. Throughout his career in the U.S. Marine Corps, he learned how to pretend to be things he wasn’t. It was how he survived as a Black gay man during the era of the military’s “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy. It comes as no surprise, then, that Bratton… Read More ‘Inspection’ director calls new Marine film the ‘Black, gay Rocky’