Red Widow will debut in September in a story by Margaret Stohl and Nico Leon before appearing in the novel "Black Widow: Forever Red."
You Should Subscribe Here Now Noisey is proud to premiere the video for “Put a Flower in Your Pocket,” the grimy new single from The Arcs, a new band featuring Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys, Leon Michels, Richard Swift, Homer Steinweiss, and Nick Movshon. Show More Summary
“BLACK LIVES MATTER” IS INCONSISTENT WITH BIG GOVERNMENT, Leon Wolf writes at Red State: Obama stenographer Charles Blow had some rare moments of insight in his latest New York Times column on the “Black Lives Matter” movement and the GOP. As usual, however, Blow confused the cart for the horse and thus offered the complete […]
In early July, Kenzo’s Carol Lim and Humberto Leon debuted their latest film, a collaboration with Gregg Araki. The director is best known for the 1990s Teen Apocalypse Trilogy, a series of black comedies that are now considered cult classics. The short film, “Here Now,” is welcome fun, rendered in... Continue reading
Amandla Stenberg is trying to figure out why Black women do not matter and so am I. By now you know that on Sunday, Stenberg commented on a picture of Kylie Jenner wearing cornrows, saying, "When u appropriate black features and culture...Show More Summary
Orange Is The New Black star Laverne Cox and Vogue alumnus André Leon Talley sat down in the Bravo Clubhouse and answered a viewer’s question about what they think of Caitlyn Jenner’s style. “I think she looks great. I love what she… The post Laverne Cox and André Leon Talley Weigh In on Caitlyn Jenner’s Style: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
Bravo’s Andy Cohen is feeling the heat on social media after Sunday night’s episode of Watch What Happens Live. Cohen, whose guests included Orange Is The New Black Star Laverne Cox and Vogue’s Editor-at-Large Andre Leon Talley, felt...Show More Summary
Tanlines play Neumos tomorrow, Wednesday July 8, with Mas Ysa. Let's talk about some tracks that you can add to your summer playlists. They recruited Orange Is the New Black's Natasha Leon and Girls' Alex Karpovskyfor the video, which is in danger of erring on the cutesy side, but the whole thing is just so darn likeable. Show More Summary
``Two years ago, Apollo Global Management (APO) founder Leon Black made headlines when he said his firm was unloading assets due to rising valuations. Specifically, he said that Apollo was selling "everything that's not nailed down." Apollo is one of the largest PE firms in the world. Show More Summary
Just over two years ago, at the Milken global conference, the head of Apollo Group Leon Black said that "this is an almost biblical opportunity to reap gains and sell" adding that his firm has been a net seller for the last 15 months,...Show More Summary
Leon Black’s private equity shop is paying a headline valuation of 9.4 times EBITDA for specialty chemicals maker OM Group. Side deals will lower the multiple but Apollo’s avowed discipline looks tough in a pricey market. It’s a small buyout that illustrates a bigger industry problem.
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Leon Levinstein (1910–1988) was an American street photographer best known for his work documenting everyday street life in New York City from the 1950s through the 1980s. He moved to New York in 1946 and spent the next thirty-five years obsessively photographing strangers on the streets of his adopted home. Show More Summary
Louisiana police reportedly used a stun gun on 38-year-old Ervin Leon Edwards. A newly released video – which contradicts police reports – shows a black Louisiana man lying facedown and unresponsive in a jail cell where he died after officers shocked him with a stun gun. Show More Summary
During the 1960s, two American cities were bursting with new sounds from black artists. Detroit had Motown, started in 1959 by Berry Gordy (1929- ), and Philadelphia had Leon Huff (1942- ) and Kenneth Gamble (1943- ), two young men who...Show More Summary
Leon Bridges has a thing for nostalgia. Everything in the video for “Coming Home” illustrates this, from the black and white film it was shot with to the vintage diners, reel-to-reel recorders, and ’50s-era microphone he croons into. There is one thing that sets this video firmly in the present, though, and that’s the biracial […]
Only in the world of private equity would an annual sum of more than $300 million for a top executive constitute a decline from the previous year.
On one of your many visits to Little Five Points or trips along Ponce de Leon Avenue, you might have encountered the man with a blonde mane, black tank top, and tight jean shorts. Sometimes he carried a guitar.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
Sounds like: Alabama Shakes, Kings of Leon, Black Joe Lewis Song: Broken Witt Rebels - Shake Me Down What's so good? People, people! Have I got news for you. Rock-n-roll isn't dead, not even close. Broken Witt Rebels hail from the UK (surprised?) and pack a slurry deep South sound that contends with the best of the best. Show More Summary
Left of Black host Mark Anthony Nealtalks with veteran Philadelphia Radio personality Dyana Williams about the legacy of Kenneth Gamble, Leon Huff and Thom Bell—The Mighty Three—who created the soundtrack for Black empowerment in the 1970s with Philly Soul. Williams is the co-host of Soul Sunday (with Derrick Sampson) on Philadelphia's WRNB.