Ledisi and Eric Benet and Frankie Beverly and Patti Labelle are the hot concert tickets this weekend. But for most of the movie-going public there’s only one choice this weekend; time to go see “The Dark Knight Rises,” the last of the rebooted “Batman” trilogy. http://www.blackamericaweb.com/entertainment/entertainment-news/what-weekend-orlando-jones-brings-laughs  

Mothers, rejoice. Though hopefully we celebrate our mothers every day, this weekend is specifically set aside to give moms everywhere their just due. http://www.blackamericaweb.com/?q=articles/entertainment/gossip/40031

Via: nationaldayofprayer.org 2012 NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER PROCLAMATION Prayer has always been a part of the American story, and today countless Americans rely on prayer for comfort, direction, and strength, praying not only for themselves, but for their communities, their country, and the world.  On this National Day of Prayer, we give thanks for our […]

Black History Month is the time in which we celebrate  historical African American people, events and culture.  Here is a list of local community events celebrating our rich black history during the month of February. Houston Community College: Annual Black History Gala Hilton-Americas Hotel 1600 Lamar 713.739.8000 Each year, HCC and its generous sponsors throw the […]

Black History Month is the time in which we celebrate historical African American people, events and culture. Here is a list of local community events celebrating our rich black history during the month of February. University of Houston: Whispers from the Colored Section Cullen Performance Hall 4800 Calhoun 713.743.1000 Urban Souls Dance Company will perform […]

Join us in giving back to the community at the following events: BARBARA JORDAN STAMP UNVEILING CEREMONY | SEPTEMBER 16, 2011 (RSVP REQUIRED) Granville Sawyer Auditorium @ Texas Southern University 3100 Cleburne Street Texas Southern University has been afforded the opportunity to hosts the unveiling of the new Barbara Jordan Stamp Friday, September 16, 2011 […]

HOUSTON — The Final Four is coming to Houston and even though tickets are tough to come by,  the schedule of events announced Tuesday will include several free options for the entire family. The events begin on Monday, March 31 and run through Monday, April 4. BRACKET TOWN REFRESHED BY COCA-COLA ZERO MARCH 31 – APRIL 4, 2011 It’s […]

Dec. 18-23 Buffalo Bayou Christmas Cruise: Enjoy downtown Houston’s holiday lights during 30-minute tours on Buffalo Bayou run every half hour 5 p.m.-8 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, Dec. 21-23. The tours, aboard the non-profit Buffalo Bayou Partnership’s new pontoon boat, departs from Allen’s Landing, 901 Commerce St. Tickets are $7 cash-only, $5 for children. […]

Today’s Houston traditional events begin with the Turkey Trot at 6 a.m. Followed by: THANKSGIVING DAY PARADE H-E-B Holiday Parade 9 a.m., Nov. 25 Downtown Houston Start: Minute Maid Park Texas and Crawford End: at Discovery Green McKinney and La Branch Televised on KHOU-TV (Channel 11) THANKSGIVING FEASTS 26th annual Waste Management Superfeast 10 a.m.-3 […]

It’s that time of year celebrated by sports fans around the country. NFL football camps have opened – and that means the NFL season is on its way, and games will soon return to your television screens. However, there are still a few weeks before preseason hits, so in the meantime, check out the summer […]