Jada reflects on the challenge of balancing career and family when each member is a showbiz celebrity in his or her own right.
David Hilliard, former leader of the Black Panther Party, appears in Beaverton this Saturday, May 15, from 3 to 9 p.m., to autograph copies of his book, "The Black Panther Party: Service to the People Programs," at A'Kasha, 4505 SW Watson St. in Beaverton.
Queen Latifah talks about her new movie, "Just Wright," where she gets to play the title character for the first time ever opposite Common as her love interest.
Born in Savannah, Georgia on January 9, 1974, Omari Hardwick was the second of four children blessing the union of Clifford and Joyce Hardwick. The family moved to Decatur where Omari excelled in athletics and established himself as a standout, eventually earning himself a college football scholarship.
Tasha's Back, and Black and Beautiful as Ever!
The mother of an almost 1-year-old son, Jennifer Hudson's working on the follow-up to her Grammy-winning debut CD, and she's also getting ready to start filming a biopic about South African activist Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, the ex-wife of Nelson Mandela.
Hudson spoke about the her music, learning to balance career and family, and her nervousness about perfecting that South African accent