This week, we say our final goodnight to a late-night legend and a pop star’s new music video brings some star power
Justin Bieber really wants you to like him again. After being the butt of the joke for hours during the taping of his Comedy Central roast, the 21-year-old singer gave a contrition speech.
Cordell Broadus, a wide receiver from Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas, signed with UCLA instead of his father’s favorite team.
This week, a pop star files a lawsuit, the Oscars are already on the road to success, and television is breaking new ground (sort of).
Los Angeles Lakers fan Snoop Dogg seems to have an opinion about LeBron James’ return to Cleveland.
Snoop Lion a.k.a Snoop Dogg and T.I. have joined forces with community members as part of a major campaign to put an end to gun violence.
While it is reported that 94% or more of African-Americans support President Barack Obama over Mitt Romney in the upcoming national presidential election, the rarely-spoken question is: Are many African-Americans only voting for Obama because he’s black?
Down the road, the UCLA football team may be “rapping” opponents not only with hard hits but also with great musical talent.
For one night only, the dead walked — and rhymed and danced — among the living in the Southern California desert.
Hailed as the largest Black History Month event in the country, the Pan African Film Festival (PAFF) is currently in full blast. Check out the events that will be part of PAFF in the upcoming days.
Coachella, one of the world’s biggest music festivals, has revealed the first lineup for the 2012 edition of the festival.
Five thousand kids are expected to attend this weekend’s BigDog Bowl in San Bernardino, Yucaipa and Redlands.
A funeral service has been scheduled for singer Nate Dogg.
Known for rapping with icons such as Snoop Dogg and Warren G, the family of 41-year-old Nathaniel Hale, known as Nate Dogg, reported that he died today.
John Ireland of KCAL9 talked to HUGE Lakers fan Snoop Dogg at the game in Memphis on Monday night.