The Long Kiss Goodbye: Fear of a Black Planet Killed a Black Radio Station

An exclusive NewsOne IN DEPTH analysis Dan Charnas is the Editorial Director of News & Information at InteractiveOne, and the author of “The Big Payback: The History of the Business of Hip-Hop” (New American Library/Penguin)   By Dan Charnas Article Reprint If you aren’t a New Yorker of a certain Continue Reading

Chicago’s Segregated Nightlife: Why Don’t We Play Together

 Downtown area clubs accused of unfriendliness to blacks By: Natalie Moore Article Reprint When we think of segregation in Chicago, schools and housing are the most obvious examples. But racial divisions also are apparent when it comes to partying in the greater downtown area. On a recent Friday night, women Continue Reading

Slave Master Mentality at Sun-Times

Editors Note:  After reading the column from Neil Steinberg in the Chicago Sun-Times, I was set to write a response, but after reading this column from Richard B. Muhammad, I decided to print this instead.   Columnist Classless Comments about Black Leaders Shows Lack of Knowledge Richard B. Muhammad ArticleReprint                                                                                                                                            Continue Reading

Denzel Washington Says He Sqauashed 7-Year Fued with Quentin Tarantino

By: Ruth Manuel-Logan Article Reprint   The suave actor extraordinaire Denzel Washington (pictured) had an ongoing beef with director Quentin Tarrantino that lasted 7 years, and according to a recent interview with GQ Magazine, Washington, despite rumors, offered the director an olive branch 10 years ago.  The drama between the Continue Reading