Category Archives: EURweb Original Content

  • On the Set of The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore (Watch)

    Jan 21, 15 by Ricardo A. Hazell Leave a comment

    *Monday night “The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore” debuted in the time slot formerly occupied by the “Colbert Report” on Comedy Central with a format that appears to be one part “Politically Incorrect” and one part “The Daily Show.” The first guests to visit “The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore” were former Newark Mayor and current […]

  • Ballerina Misty Copeland: ‘I Will Push Diversity For as Long as I Live’

    Jan 20, 15 by Cherie Saunders 2 Comments

    *Ballerina rock star Misty Copeland appears in the upcoming Ric Burns documentary, “American Ballet Theatre at 75,” in honor of the prestigious classical ballet company’s 75th anniversary year. Copeland, a soloist in the company, joined in 2007 as just the third African American female soloist in its 75-year history. It was a lifelong dream realized for the […]

  • Cast of ‘Three Times a Lady’ Evokes Healing in Urban Relationships (Watch)

    Jan 20, 15 by Billie Jordan Leave a comment

    *“Three Times a Lady,” written by Dr. Gloria Morrow opened last week at the Barnsdall Gallery Theatre in Hollywood. The all black cast had a message of hope and healing for urban relationships. The stage play directed by Zadia Ife starred Denise Dowse, Alex Morris, Karen Bankhead, Derek Shaun and Kellita Smith of “The Bernie […]

  • Aisha Tyler’s ‘Archer’ Character Finally ‘Gets Laid’

    Jan 19, 15 by Cherie Saunders Leave a comment

    *It’s been five long seasons for Lana Kane on “Archer,” but Aisha Tyler’s animated character is finally about to get some. “Lana gets laid, and it’s very graphic,” executive producer Matt Thompson warned reporters at the TCA Press Tour on Sunday. Tyler said it’s been a long time coming for Lana, an agent at the […]

  • Turner’s Two Cents: Selma Legacy – March On Ballot Boxes! (Watch)

    Jan 19, 15 by Cameron Turner Leave a comment

    *The epilogue to Ava DuVernay’s stirring, Academy Award-nominated movie Selma reminds us of what became of the heroes and villains of the wrenching 1965 voting rights struggle.  Andrew Young, one of Dr. King’s leading lieutenants, became US ambassador to the United Nations and two-term mayor of Atlanta.  John Lewis embarked upon his longrunning service in […]

  • ‘The Carrier’: An Intimate Look at HIV in Africa from a Female Perspective

    Jan 19, 15 by Tené Croom Leave a comment

    *All 28 year-old Mutinta Mweembah ever wanted was a husband and children. In the documentary, “The Carrier,” you’ll see the unassuming Zambian woman has that – but as you would imagine she’s living far from a fairytale existence in the poverty stricken South-Central African country. The documentary premiering on the World Channel tonight (01-19-15) at […]