Kelly, are you ready for this jelly?
Our picks for the best in black entertainment this year.
When I found out Muhammad Ali died, I knew I had to go home to Louisville to say goodbye.
The writer and star of the hit Broadway play stopped by BuzzFeed's Another Round podcast to dish on his childhood, Hamilton — and Kimye!
Blacker History Month wraps up with more little known heroes, we talk all things Kanye with Jezebel's Julianne Escobedo Shepherd, and interview Vann R. Newkirk II (aka @fivefifths) about Afrofuturism and #DuragHistoryWeek.
Comedian Hannibal Buress swings by the stoode for some Black History-themed drunken debates, Tracy expresses her deep, deep mistrust of whales, and we examine another "WTF?" moment with "Is This Real Life?"
Tech-guy-about-town Anil Dash talks mangoes, Master of None, diversity in tech, and teaching his son about feminism (with a little tangent about Bee Movie). Plus: our thoughts on Macklemore's "White Privilege II."
In this episode, introduce a segment called "Is This Real Life," Tracy tells another joke, and we sit down with Alexis Wilkinson, the first black woman president of the Harvard Lampoon!
On this episode of Another Round, producer Meg Cramer gives priceless advice to well-meaning people who want to do better.
We cannot be held responsible for your friends abandoning you because you tried to make Sandra Lee's Kwanzaa cake.
"Self-esteem is an inside job."
On this week's episode: a brief tale of an unsightly omen and an interview with MSNBC host, author, and professor Melissa Harris-Perry.
On this week's episode: Tracy's Joke Time, a dispatch from Morehouse and Spelman's homecoming, and a conversation about HBCUs, media diversity, and Garden Twitter with Shani Hilton.
On this week's show: Tracy tells the story of a bad flight, we ask people what's on their reparations tab, and we interview the author of Between The World and Me, Ta-Nehisi Coates.
On this week's episode: a quiz on southern expressions, some alternatives to the word "females," and a conversation with artist Tatyana Fazlalizadeh, creator of the Stop Telling Women To Smile street art project.