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California African American Museum Houston-born, New York-based artist Robert Pruitt has worked in a variety of media for more than a decade. Through drawing, sculpture, animation, and photography, he illuminates connections between spiritual traditions, fictional narratives, and technology and investigates how black identity can reside at the intersection of these arenas. Pruitt is especially... Continue Reading →
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The museum will name a film centre after Debra and Leon Black The Museum of Modern Art in New York announced a $40m gift today (20 November) from its board chairman, the billionaire investor and collector Leon Black, and his wife, Debra, that will help finance the institution’s ambitious $400m renovation and expansion project. In... Continue Reading →
The chart ranks the most popular actors based on data from Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube and Google Plus. Millie Bobby Brown returns to No. 1 on The Hollywood Reporter’s Top Actors chart, while Gabrielle Union and Chris Evans leap back into the top 10 on the Nov. 21-dated ranking. The Top Actors chart is a ranking... Continue Reading →
As SAG-AFTRA fields actor complaints over a "time-consuming" process, one source estimates that $300 million goes unpaid across five unions as producers and studios benefit. About a year ago, Anne Schedeen realized she hadn't seen any residuals in a while from Alf, the hit '80s series in which she co-starred. That seemed odd to the actress,... Continue Reading →
Valerie Simpson, the co-writer of classics including “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” and “I’m Every Woman,” has been named as one of the honorees at ASCAP’s Foundation Honors program, set to take place Dec. 12 in New York City. Being awarded alongside Simpson at the event is orchestral composer Melinda Wagner, whose history of being feted... Continue Reading →
Whoopi Goldberg may talk current events and politics all day as the long-running moderator of ABC’s “The View,” but the talk show host is hoping her latest project will offer Americans a “respite” from the news. Goldberg is turning her passion for the holidays into a festive collection of bold, statement-making sweaters for Zappos. Launched just in... Continue Reading →
“Ralph Breaks the Internet” is practically gorging itself at the Thanksgiving box office. Buoyed by good reviews, the Disney animated sequel appears to be the de facto choice for families looking for options to get out of the house and break away from all the feasting. The film racked up a massive $18.5 million on... Continue Reading →