by Michael Hogan
In a Sunday 'The New York Times' column titled 'Hollywood on Wall Street,' former food critic Frank Bruni sounds off on the left-leaning celebrities who have expressed solidarity with Occupy Wall Street, either in person or...
by Jessica Barnes
Picture this: the year is 1985; a little girl is in her pajamas and seated in front of the TV entranced by the awesomeness that is Krush Groove. I've listened to a lot of music over the years, but I always came back to hip-hop....
by Patrick Walsh
As quite possibly the whitest man alive, I feel compelled to tell you about a new documentary called Why We Laugh: Black Comedians on Black Comedy. The film will be produced and directed by stand-up comic Darryl Littleton and...
by Christopher Campbell
Give a man an outlet for expression and you feed his inspiration for a day. Teach a man to express himself and you feed his inspiration for a lifetime. In the powerful and, if we're lucky, influential documentary Word.Life, a...
Def Jam Records co-founder Russell Simmons first branched out into movies when he acted and co-produced in the 1985 rap movie Krush Groove. Essentially a glorified biography of his own life, with Blair Underwood assuming the role of Simmons, the ... Read Full Biography