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See who received nods for the 2014 Soul Train Awards.
A look at some influential percussionists in Black music, from Clyde Stubblefield to Sheila E. to Questo and Travis Barker.
Wynton Marsalis, jazz trumpet virtuoso, was born Oct. 18, 1961.
Albert Murray, who wrote about Black culture and was heavily influenced by jazz, died at home in his sleep at age 97.
The "American Idol" winner heads back to Broadway.
Why you should attend the National Action Network convention on April 3-6.
Did you know that an all-Black professional basketball team won a championship before the NBA existed? NBA legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is so determined to share the knowledge that he has produced and co-written a documentary about that team.
"For Colored Girls" took home three NAACP awards Friday, including honors for best picture, director, and supporting actress. BET Networks won best reality programming for “Sunday Best.”