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41 Non-Traditional Wedding Songs To Walk Down The Aisle To

Not every couple’s wedding vision includes walking down the aisle to “Here Comes The Bride.” So what other non-traditional song options are there? Plenty. We asked The Huffington Post’s Facebook community for song ideas to set the scene,...Show More Summary

Dax Shepard Wants To Be 'Progressive' While Writing Comedy In This Day And Age

Critics have said “CHIPS” the movie, written and directed by star Dax Shepard, is a buddy-cop comedy featuring “frat-house goofiness,” “exhibitionism” and “homosexual panic.” But Shepard, along with his wife and co-star, Kristen Bell,...Show More Summary

America Ferrera: Representation 'Is How Most Of Us Learn What Is Possible'

America Ferrera delivered a rousing speech on the importance of representation beyond the media at the Human Rights Campaign’s Los Angeles Gala Dinner on Saturday. The 32-year-old actress was presented with HRC’s Ally for Equality Award...Show More Summary

Misty Copeland Explains Why Emotional Strength Is Her Beauty Secret

Misty Copeland has a pretty straightforward message for all the magazine cover women who claim “water and sleep” are the secrets to their beauty and health: “Shut up!” In her new book, Ballerina Body, published by Grand Central LifeShow More Summary

Is It Just Us, Or Did Normani Kordei Completely Slay Her 'Dancing With The Stars' Debut?

Get exclusive interviews where your favorite celebs like Noah Cyrus and Jacob Sartorius spill the tea. Sign up here. Fifth Harmony member Normani Kordei has long impressed fans with her powerhouse vocals. Now, it looks like she has dancing...Show More Summary

Dave Chappelle Explains How Comedy Central Hurt His Feelings With ‘Key & Peele’

Dave Chappelle is a bit disappointed over some of the new developments at Comedy Central. During a candid interview with “CBS This Morning,” Chappelle talked to co-host Gayle King about an array of topics, including his 2005 exit from Comedy Central. Show More Summary

Short Film Explores What It’s Like To Find Out You Have An STI

A new short film from BuzzFeed Yellow shows just how terrifying it can be to find out you have a sexually transmitted infection. The video titled “Getting Tested” features a young woman going to the doctor to find out if she has an STI. Show More Summary

The Best And Most Popular Bachelor And Bachelorette Party Songs

Whether the bachelor or bachelorette party you’re throwing is a four-day extravaganza in Mexico or a one-day event in your local town, party attendees have one job: Make sure the bachelor or bachelorette is having a wildly good time....Show More Summary

Tupac's Very Own Handwritten 'Dear Mama' Lyrics Could Be Yours

One lucky fan will have the chance to own a piece of hip-hop history, thanks to Tupac’s handwritten lyrics of his hit song “Dear Mama.” The late rapper’s lyrics to the 1995 single are currently on the market via for $75,000, TMZ reported. Show More Summary

RuPaul On Trump: 'Pardon Me Madame, But The Emperor Has No Clothes!'

The ninth season of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” premieres on Friday and is set to be the popular franchise’s most successful season to date, in large part due to its host, Supermodel of The World, RuPaul Charles. But it won’t be business as usual for the reality competition, as “Drag Race” is undergoing some monumental changes this year. Show More Summary

Rock 'N' Roll Legend Chuck Berry Dead At 90

Rock ’n’ roll pioneer Chuck Berry has died, police said Saturday. He was 90. “The St. Charles County Police Department sadly confirms the death of Charles Edward Anderson Berry Sr., better known as legendary musician Chuck Berry,” police...Show More Summary

Artist Launches ‘The People’s Campaign’ To Engage, Empower Local Communities

Cyrus Aaron is all too familiar with the injustice that abounds in America. The pain from watching national news events unfold ? like the police slayings of black lives, the devastating water crisis in Flint and the fight to protectShow More Summary

Couples Were Asked If They'd Have A Threesome. Here's What They Said

Like anything sex-related, you’ll never know if your partner is into threesomes unless you ask. In the video above, the team over at WatchCut got the conversation started, asking couples if they’d ever be down to share their partner in bed. Show More Summary

Why Stakes Is Too High To Bother With White Tears

Last month, my second book, Stakes Is High: Race, Faith, and Hope for America, was published by Chalice Press. Before its official release, I was elated that the book received strong endorsements from academics and activists, alike. Dr. Show More Summary

The Amazing Teacher Behind These Viral Motown Kid Videos

Third grade teacher Malinda Williams has a special way of inspiring her students. Williams, who has been an educator for 21 years, currently teaches at Baldwin Hills Elementary in Los Angeles, California, where she’s made a name forShow More Summary

The 'Coco' Trailer Reveals Pixar's Vibrant Take On Day Of The Dead

The trailer for Pixar’s “Coco” has been released and it’s a marigold-filled treat. Director Lee Unkrich revealed in December that the film would tell the story of 12-year-old Miguel as he pursues his love for music, which his familyShow More Summary

Raphael Bostic Named First Black President Of A Fed Regional Bank

University of Southern California professor Raphael Bostic just made history by becoming the first African American to be named president of a Federal Reserve regional bank in the system’s nearly 104-year existence. The 50-year-old was named head of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta on Monday. Show More Summary

On Citation, Collaboration and Teaching a History of Hip-Hop

On Citation, Collaboration and Teaching a History of Hip-Hop at Duke University by Mark Anthony Neal | @NewBlackMan | NewBlackMan (in Exile) It’s another typical Wednesday evening on Duke University’s East Campus; typical only because...Show More Summary

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