*Shaquille O’Neal reacted to the Ime Udoka cheating scandal on the recent episode of his podcast. Udoka’s cheating controversy coincides with the scandal that married singer Adam Levine is currently shrouded in for allegedly having inappropriate relations with women on social media. Shaq says he ain’t passing judgment on either of these men because he
*On the Wednesday, September 28 edition of “Tamron Hall,” co-stars Kim Coles and B. Simone joined Tamron live in studio to discuss their new Bounce series, “Finding Happy.” During the interview, B. Simone addressed the headlines reporting that she was allegedly removed from a recent episode of “Nick Cannon Presents: Wild N’ Out” at the
*Jennifer Lopez is set to play a bride again, this time for the Prime Video comedy “Shotgun Wedding” with Josh Duhamel and Lenny Kravitz. Directed by Jason Moore (“Pitch Perfect,” “Sisters”), “Shotgun Wedding” follows Darcy (Lopez) and Tom (Duhamel) who gather their lovable but very opinionated families for the ultimate destination wedding, just as the
*(CNN) — Six people were injured in a Wednesday shooting at an East Oakland, California, school campus, and authorities are looking for those responsible, police said Wednesday. Officers responded to reports of a shooting just after 12:45 p.m. local time at a school campus that houses four different schools, Oakland Police Assistant Chief Darren Allison
*The two men who allegedly robbed a Brooklyn bishop of over $1 million in jewelry during his Sunday service have been arrested. Bishop Lamor Whitehead and his wife were robbed of their lavish jewels in July while he was preaching at the Leaders of Tomorrow church, CNN reported. Three armed thieves entered the church and
Jazz at Lincoln Center has launched Jazz Live, a video streaming platform and app that features access to its performances, the institution announced this week. … Read More “Jazz at Lincoln Center Launches Jazz Live Video Streaming Platform” The post Jazz at Lincoln Center Launches Jazz Live Video Streaming Platform appeared first on JazzTimes.
Wayne Shorter/Terri Lyne Carrington/Esperanza Spalding/Leo Genovese: Live at the Detroit Jazz Festival (Candid)
The best live music takes you somewhere in the moment, though if we’re lucky there will be microphones on stage to capture the moments of … Read More “Wayne Shorter/Terri Lyne Carrington/Esperanza Spalding/Leo Genovese: Live at the Detroit Jazz Festival (Candid)” The post Wayne Shorter/Terri Lyne Carrington/Esperanza Spalding/Leo Genovese: Live at the Detroit Jazz Festival
If the Fates of Jazz oversaw an accounting service that charted advanced metrics like the album that the most people had fallen in love with … Read More “Miles Davis’ Kind of Blue Clusters” The post Miles Davis’ Kind of Blue Clusters appeared first on JazzTimes.
Many view passion and fire as the defining traits in much of Charles Mingus’ work—and there’s no denying their regular presence in the late bassist … Read More “Ethan Philion: Meditations on Mingus (Sunnyside)” The post Ethan Philion: Meditations on Mingus (Sunnyside) appeared first on JazzTimes.
Off of his new album “The Kadosh,” Renowned Ghanaian gospel singer and worship leader, Joe Mettle unwraps the official video for “I Trust in You”. The beautiful piece features UK-based Ghanaian gospel singer Niiella who joined Mettle in declaring total trust in the Almighty God. Joe Mettle is known to always trigger an atmosphere of