Monthly Archives: February 2009

Media Questions Of The Week

Does Rupert Murdoch think a public apology for the chimp cartoon will suffice? Why did the NYPost let legendary gossip columnist Liz Smith go but not fire cartoonist Sean Delonas?

If Chris Brown and Rihanna have reconciled how will they get past all the negative attention?
Based on the new cover of Ebony does someone really want Beyonce to portray Angela Davis?


Cleo Manago Addresses Black AIDS in the Age of Obama

Los Angeles, CA – Activist, social architect and boundary breaking, Cleo Manago has never run from controversy. His stance on Proposition 8 and the Black community had tongues wagging and heads turning. Always one to ‘keep it real’ even when it hurts, his is a rising voice in not only the Black and “same gender loving” communities, but the mainstream community at large as his vision pinpoints not only the issues, but the answers as well.


Stevie Wonder Honored By Barack Obama At The White House


New Song From Montell Jordan And Cece Peniston


Check out the new song from Montell Jordan and Cece Peniston it’s called “He Say She Say.” It’s nice to hear from both of them again.


Cash Money CEO’s Ronald And Bryan Williams Featured On CNBC’s Premiere Of Newbos: The Rise Of America’s New Black Overclass

LOS ANGELES, Feb. 25, 2009—Ronald “Slim” Williams and Bryan “Baby” Williams, the brothers who started the famed record label Cash Money in the New Orleans projects and went on to sell more than 45 million albums, will be among the subjects of the CNBC Original, NEWBOs: The Rise of America’s New Black Overclass, which premieres on the cable network, Thursday, Feb. 26, at 9 p.m. and 1 a.m. (ET).