For the last few months I’ve been finding myself on the “How Train”. How did I get here? How did I fall out of love with blogging? How did I find myself here? How did I just decide to let everything fall apart? These are the questions that I had for so long and as I think back on it, I find myself laughing out loud at the amount of exaggeration and pressure I was putting on myself to be a mogul at 23 years-old. Bazey. Bazey, the Blogger. Bazey of the Bazey Address. These self-proclaimed titles that I placed … Continue reading You’re Not Having an Identity Crisis…You’re Just 23.
Late one night I found myself looking for something to watch on TV. As I was flipping through the guide on my TV I immediately got excited when I saw one of my fave shows from back in the day was on TV. I flip to the station and begin watching the show. I found myself laughing and enjoying myself. I was even more excited when I saw that 3 more episodes were coming on after the current episode goes off. Now into episode two, I found myself chuckling, but not laughing as I had done before and by episode … Continue reading Dear Media, Fat Women Are Not Punchlines.
When I first started my blog I had absolutely no plan. All I knew was I was in love with entertainment news and I was going to be an entertainment journalist no matter what. I started TBA with the intention … Continue reading TBA 2.0
Regina King has inked a 2-year production deal with ABC Studios for her production company, Royal Ties. King and her sister, Reina King, who will serve as the executive of development will be developing and producing new projects for the … Continue reading Regina King, Donald Glover, and Lena Waithe Land Television Deals
Solange Knowles and Beyoncé Knowles-Carter both had an amazing 2016. Ending the year with awards, nominations, and critical acclaim for their albums, A Seat At the Table and Lemonade. In Solange’s Interview Magazine interview we get a glimpse into not … Continue reading Solange Knowles Interviewed by Beyoncé for Interview Magazine
Cam Newton delivered a heartfelt message to his son, Chosen in a video on The Player’s Tribune YouTube channel. Watch below: Congratulations are also in order for Cam and his fiancé, Kia, who is expecting another child. She recently … Continue reading Cam Newton Sends Special Message to Son Chosen + Pics of His Expecting Fiancé [Video]
Hidden Figures- Taraji P. Henson, Janelle Monáe, and Octavia Spencer Hidden Figures has been released worldwide today. The film tells the untold story of three brilliant black women who work for NASA. Katherine Johnson (Henson), Dorothy Vaughan (Spencer) and Mary … Continue reading #BlackGirlMagic of the Week
Busboys and Poets, a popular restaurant and lounge with multiple locations in the DMV metropolitan area, will host the Peace Ball: Voices of Hope and Resistance at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C. on … Continue reading Busboys and Poets to Host Peace Ball the Day Before the Inauguration
A&E is a network most known for their docu-series that usually pack a punch. Giving us shows like the “First 48”, “Intervention”, and the Emmy-winning, “Born This Way,” it’s clear that A&E is all about telling the true stories of those that would usually slip through the cracks. Their content has a very “in your face” element to it. So it’s not surprising that their new show follows the same guidelines as their current and previous content. However, with racial tensions at an all time high in America will their latest docu-series help or harm our already fragile connection? A&E … Continue reading “Generation KKK”–A&E’s New Docu-Series + Trailer
Centric TV will premiere their new competition series, Queen Boss in January. The eight episode series will focus on black female entrepreneurs competing for a business opportunity and to ultimately be named the “Queen Boss.” Each episode will feature three … Continue reading Centric Welcomes New Competition Series “Queen Boss”