Category Archives: EURweb Original Content

  • Shannon Kane Dishes on Lifetime’s ‘Seasons of Love’ and Her New Love

    Nov 23, 14 by EurPublisher Leave a comment


    *Shannon Kane is the star of the Lifetime movie “Seasons of Love” – a film about what she calls “the trials and tribulations of love.” The “Brooklyn’s Finest” actor portrays a woman named Imani who falls in love with Jarvis, a personal trainer. Imani gets ridiculed by her friends for “dating down” and deciding to […]

  • EUR Exclusive: T.I. Speaks on Blended Family On ‘Oprah: Where Are They Now?’ (Watch)

    Nov 22, 14 by Qwest7 Leave a comment


     *T.I. may be an open book to music and reality TV fans, but the multi-platinum rapper opens up about his blended family in an all-new episode of “Oprah: Where Are They Now?” As cameras take viewers inside his Atlanta home, T.I. reveals his experience growing up as part of a blended family where he interacted […]

  • The Story Behind Lifetime’s ‘An En Vogue Christmas’ (Trailer)

    Nov 21, 14 by Cherie Saunders 3 Comments


    *Lifetime has to hope it can erase the memory of last weekend’s Aaliyah tumult with Saturday’s debut of “An En Vogue Christmas.” Dawn Robinson’s comments to TMZ this week about wanting to sue the network for compensation has already put the film on viewers’ radar. As previously reported, the movie features original group members Cindy Herron, Terry Ellis and Dawn’s eventual […]

  • Dr. Karin L. Stanford Talks Daughter Ajae Jackson’s Career Choice in a Harsh Business

    Nov 21, 14 by Ricardo A. Hazell Comments Off


    *Recently EURweb’s Lee Bailey spoke with burgeoning pop artist Ashley ‘AJae’ Jackson and her mother Dr. Karin L. Stanford, an educator at Cal State-Northridge. 15-year-old AJae is also the daughter of civil rights activist Jesse Jackson. In our previous article, young Ashley talked about blazing a trail for herself that was independent of that which was set upon […]

  • ‘Hunger Games’ Flaunts More Black Roles Despite Past Racial Uproar

    Nov 21, 14 by Crystal Shaw-King 1 Comment


    *With the release of one of the most anticipated films of the year, “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1” today (11-21-14), whether you’re a fan or not of the trilogy, some might be thinking, what’s in it for us? Some of us still feel some kind of way about all of all the racial […]

  • Teyonah Parris: ‘Mad Men’s’ Dawn Paved Way for Missy of ‘Survivor’s Remorse’

    Nov 20, 14 by Cherie Saunders 1 Comment


    *As “Mad Men” prepares to air the final seven episodes of its seventh and final season, Teyonah Parris is looking back on her run as Dawn Chambers, one of just a handful of black characters to be featured on the late 60s-set drama. “First of all, it was very much a blessing and a great experience to […]