The head of the Louisiana NAACP is calling on the state Supreme Court's chief justice to intervene in the case of rap artist Corey "C-Murder" Miller, who was sentenced earlier this month to life in prison for killing a youth in a nightclub.
Winning the race to produce the first posthumous Michael Jackson DVD is this unauthorized biography which spends as much time trashing the recently-departed King of Pop as it does praising him.
With the help of local artists such as Mic Crenshaw, this year's Peace and Unity Fest raised $500 for the 4th Annual Youth Summit, slated to be held in February 2010. Next up for the hip hop community, Jesse Sponberg will be holding the second annual "Hot Nights/Warm Coats" coat drive from 2 to 9 p.m. on Sept. 13 at the Jupiter Hotel, 800 E. Burnside St.
Glenn Beck returns to Fox News Channel after a vacation on Monday with fewer companies willing to advertise on his show than when he left, part of the fallout from calling President Barack Obama a racist.
Beck touched off a firestorm when he labeled President Obama "a racist" who has "deep-seated hatred for White people." ColorOfChange.org, an Internet-oriented Black grass roots advocacy group, quickly organized a petition drive urging advertisers to stop sponsoring his show.
At the point of departure we find poor Hannah burned out from touring and shooting music videos. Then, when her face ends up splashed across the tabloids after a catfight in a department store with Tyra Banks over a pair of shoes, it's obvious to her widowed dad, Robby (Billy Ray Cyrus), that his frazzled daughter needs a break from the limelight.