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Compiled by Erica Wright We asked Birmingham-area residents, Do you prefer streaming your movies at home or visiting the theater? VALERIE REYES: “The movie theater. It’s...

People, Places and Things

GWEN DERU CELEBRATING WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH!!! TODAY… **COMEDIAN LAV LOVE at the StarDome Comedy Club. **THIRSTY THURSDAY at Hookah 114 17th Street No. **READ THE BIRMINGHAM TIMES. Get all...

Actor Yaphet Kotto Of ‘Live And Let Die’ And ‘Alien’ Dies...

Associated Press Yaphet Kotto, who played supervillain Mr. Big in “Live and Let Die” and starred in “Alien,” has died at the age of 81. Kotto’s...

Beyoncé Breaks Record For Most Grammy Wins By A Female Artist

Black Voices With 28 wins, Beyoncé now stands as the most decorated female artist in the history of the Grammys. Still managing to cause all sorts of conversation...

Megan Thee Stallion Takes Home Grammy Award For Best New Artist

Black Voices Megan Thee Stallion won the coveted Best New Artist award at the 2021 Grammys on Sunday night. The Houston-based “Body” rapper, who was considered the...

People, Places and Things

GWEN DERU CELEBRATING WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH!!! TODAY… **COMEDIAN STEVE MCGREW at the StarDome Comedy Club. **THIRSTY THURSDAY at Hookah 114 17th Street No. **READ THE BIRMINGHAM TIMES. Get all...

Andra Day Becomes First Black Best Actress Winner in 35 Years

By Jackie Strause Holly Wood Reporter Andra Day won the Golden Globe best actress in a drama trophy for her performance in Hulu's The United States vs. Billie Holiday,...

People, Places Things

PEOPLE, PLACES AND THINGS WITH GWEN DERU CELEBRATING BLACK HISTORY… EVERY DAY!! TODAY… **COMEDIAN MARIO TORY at the StarDome Comedy Club. **THIRSTY THURSDAY at Hookah 114 17th Street...

People, Places and Things

By Gwen DeRu CELEBRATING BLACK HISTORY…THIS AND EVERY MONTH!! TODAY… **COMEDIAN SID DAVIS at the StarDome Comedy Club. **THIRSTY THURSDAY at Hookah 114 17th Street No. **READ THE BIRMINGHAM...

Mary Wilson, Motown Legend And Founding Member Of The Supremes, Dead...

New York Post Mary Wilson, outspoken co-founder of Motown’s legendary “girl group” The Supremes, has died. She was 76. Her longtime publicist Jay Schwartz confirmed in...

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