When the lights came up at the end of Broadway Atlanta’s live musical production of “The Lion King” at the Fox Theatre (running through Jan. 28) tears were streaming down my face.
VOX had a chance to interview former Norcross High student Nia Holloway. Her talent is matched only by her humility, and she gives plenty of advice to teens looking to follow their dreams.
Shows like “Black Lightning” and “Luke Cage” are leading the way to a more diverse world of heroes.
This series “Closet Clout” was created to allow individuals to freely express their style, sense of fashion, and what inspires the way they dress. You define what is cool or not. So wear it like you got some clout.
Even though the Paul brothers are popular social media figures, there can still be discussions where people can evaluate their actions and how it can be hurtful and leave a bad impression towards their audience, which includes younger teenagers.
“The Post” is a tale of female empowerment, protest and social responsibility under an oppressive presidential administration that very much mirrors the current administration. While a movie about journalism can sound like a drag, Spielberg manages to make it feel like a psychological thriller.
On a couch backstage at the Tablernacle, with the smell of smoke and chicken wings overtaking the air, 6lack and I covered a wide range of topics, from his feelings performing in his hometown to how he feels about the state of rap music right now.
I asked Stone to give some advice to me and all young minorities as we prepare for a world that expresses prejudice against us. “Expect it,” she told me.
If you don’t want to experience an “I lost my mom in the supermarket” moment while in the stadium, here are some tips to navigating your way through its many floors and seating areas.
2017 has been an astounding year for women in music, and some artists are unfortunately very slept on.