New York City
Things for Terrence Howard seem to be getting worse and worse. Not only is the Oscar-nominated actor be ing investigated for assaulting his ex-wife, he’s now being sued for unpaid rent on an NYC apartment he was recently evicted from. According to legal documents filed in a Manhattan court, Howard was renting a West Broadway […]
Crowds gathered today across the nation in 100 different cities throughout the United States to lend voice to prayer vigils and rallys in honor of Trayvon Martin’s memory. In New York City chants of “I am Trayvon Martin” or “No justice, no peace!” could be heard far and wide. According to the Huffington Post, Rev. […]
Everyday you turn on the news, you’re reminded of what a sick and twisted world we’re trying to navigate. A woman riding the New York City subway was stabbed because the assailant believed the victim was looking at her too hard. 39-year-old Heather Burke was on her way to work Monday morning when she got […]
One of New York City’s most popular mayors Ed Koch died early this morning. He was 88 years old. Koch had been battling health issues for an extended period of time. The former mayor had recently been hospitalized for complications with one of his lungs. He landed in the hospital last September after a bout […]
Rapper Kanye West is trying to stack as much money as he can before his girlfriend Kim Kardashian unloads the Kimye baby on the word. The Chicago rapper is set to headline New York City’s Governors Ball. The music festival that happens on Randall Island June 7-9 will feature performances by Nas, Erykah Badu, Kendrick […]
Closing out the summer film festival season will be the 2011 Urbanworld Film Festival in New York City next month. As one of the country’s most prominent black film festivals, Urbanworld will open with Nelson George’s paean to his hometown, Brooklyn, NY. The film is titled Brooklyn Boheme. Diane Paragas co-directs the film bolstered by […]
New York City’s Mayor Michael Bloomberg has launched an investigation into a police-led motorcade that led Diddy from a concert in Manhattan to an afterparty in New Jersey. The motorcade was arranged by Diddy’s dry cleaner.
Saigon has partnered with The Bowery Mission Homeless Shelter to help unfortunate New Yorkers during this year’s rough winter season. Earlier in the week, Saigon took to the streets of downtown Manhattan to hand out blankets to homeless people, in an attempt to keep them warm from the cold winter weather.
Lil Wayne‘s recent Rolling Stone cover story may upset a few of his fans in New York City. In the story’s accompanying interview, Weezy states that he’ll never set foot on stage in New York City again.
New York City officials are after Diddy’s wallet.
Last month’s disastrous free Drake concert in NYC has left a lasting impression on the NYPD.