Maryland teen Rebecca Malstrom sure knows how to make a statement at the dinner table. After her family requested she change out of her Black Lives Matter shirt on Thanksgiving, Malstrom was more than happy to oblige. Why? Because she found the perfect way to outsmart her relatives... Show More Summary
Photo courtesy Sean Hemmerle / The Guardian Rebecca Carroll is a high profile voice on racial, feminist, and other equality issues. She has produced a series of special projects on race at WNYC, including the timely "Dear President: Here’s What You Need to Know About Race,"featuring personal radio essays from outstanding [...]
by Ansel Herz Rebecca Saldana, the director of the nonprofit Puget Sound Sage, says: "Their leadership matters, and their leadership is the way for the future of our city." City of Seattle For Seattle's Black Lives Matter organizers,...Show More Summary
A few months back, it was revealed that Iron Man 3's villain was originally supposed to be a female Aldrich Killian. Speaking with Uproxx while promoting The Nice Guys back in May, director Shane Black stated that they were forced to...Show More Summary
Back in May, Iron Man 3 writer-director Shane Black revealed that the initial script for the threequel positioned Rebecca Hall's Maya Hansen as the film's main villain, but that idea was ultimately vetoed because Marvel Studios were concerned that female toys wouldn't sell
Rebecca Black’s fans would argue the teen pop sensation never went away, per se, but for the rest of us, it’s time to acknowledge her comeback. Black unwittingly found commercial success at the age of 13 with the release of “Friday,” her catchy pop anthem about hanging out with friends on Friday night and deciding... Read more »
The letters between James Hughes and Mary Rebecca Lee, written during the turmoil of Reconstruction, were discovered by their great-granddaughter 144 years later.
Local producer So Sus takes on Rebecca Black’s latest single “The Great Divide” for an electrifying flip with some solid synth and bass work, stream or download below.
Rebecca Black, the 13-year-old disaster made famous for her cringe-inducing, rich-parent-funded music video "Friday," is now a 19-year-old "singer" ready to take another stab at making it big. After posting a teaser on Instagram last week, she released "The Great Divide" on September 3, her first song since her 2013 mockery of her 2011 failure/hit. Show More Summary
When she was 13 years old, Rebecca Black released one of the most disliked music videos of all time.
Several years after the “Friday” track, Rebecca Black is back again with her new song “The Great Divide”. Revealed together with an enclosed music video, the impressive ballad demonstrates her more fully developed vocals and music while she sings about leaving behind her ex-boyfriend. Show More Summary
In 2011, 13-year-old Rebecca Black shot to fame notoriety with one of the most disliked videos of all time on YouTube – her first music video, ‘Friday‘. You probably remember it as the tune that made you want to punch someone in the mouth every time you heard it that year. Show More Summary
Shawn Mendes rocks a black henley as he covers the most recent issue of Billboard magazine. The Treat You Better singer links up with photographer Aaron Richter for the high contrast photo shoot. Connecting with Rebecca Haithcoat for an interview, Mendes talks about his dedicated fanbase and how he hates being alone. Show More Summary
Can we talk about Rebecca Black for a second?! You remember her, from that virally bad Friday song a few years back, right?! Well, she's still pursuing a music career — but now she's, like, good!! Video: Rebecca & More Talk Pickup Lines! On Friday, she released a brand new single called The Great Divide, a pop-ballad that [...]
It’s only fitting that Rebecca Black would release her latest single -- roughly five years after the debut of the song that turned her into a YouTube sensation and cultural curiosity -- on a Friday. Black’s new song, many years in the...Show More Summary
Rebecca Black was just fourteen when she had both the privilege and the misfortune to become a viral meme star. The "Friday" "singer" is now a singer (without the quotation marks), grown up enough to celebrate every day of the week.Show More Summary
It’s that time again–time to play our Taste Test game! In today’s edition, we’re talking black saddle bags: can you tell which one is from Chloe and costs almost $1,000 more than the other (which is Rebecca Minkoff)? K, got your answer? Now click to find out if you were right:
Rebecca Black should have NO trouble finding someone to get down with her on Fridays -- or any other day -- once everyone sees how she's uh... matured. The singer was out in Hollywood this week looking nothing like the 14-year-old who dropped…
SIBA: 'I’d Rather Be Rebecca Black Than Be Nobody'
Florence Foster Jenkins was the original Rebecca Black, achieving notoriety as the world’s worst opera singer in the 1940s, way before YouTube existed. The heiress, arts patron, and destroyer of arias is played by Meryl Streep in a new...Show More Summary