Monday, October 25, 2021

Comedy

John “Pops” Witherspoon was black as hell. Or as Ice Cube put it, “Life won’t be as funny without him.” He’s right. It won’t. The legendary actor and comedian died at his Sherman Oaks, Calif., home on Oct. 29 at the...
Dave Chappelle (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images) This week Dave Chappelle’s new Netflix special Sticks and Stones premiered and Michael Jackson’s accusers have already come forward to respond to some of the controversial comments he’s made during his set. According to Entertainment Weekly,...
By A.J. Duggar III, High Ground News In September, High Ground is kicking off its official On the Ground: Hickory Hill embedded neighborhood coverage. For three months, our team will be reporting on the people and organizations on the ground...
Comedian Hannibal Buress speaks onstage during the 2016 ESPYS. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images) Hannibal Burress likely never thought that he would be the voice that finally reigned in Bill Cosby. It was this comment in 2014 during a show in...
"God" has made it clear: He wants Oprah to run for president in 2020. Okay, so it was part of an ongoing bit that Stephen Colbert does on "The Late Show," in which he projects a cartoon image of the...
A new trailer for Night School just dropped and we’re already bracing ourselves for the film’s debut. The film is based on a story written by its star, Kevin Hart, who will team up with longtime friend and Hollywood “It” girl Tiffany...
Comedienne LaToya Tennille and Happy & Single Founder Jae Henderson have teamed up to present “The Living Single Virtual Comedy Show” on Valentine’s Day at 6 p.m. Tenille, along with fellow comedian MoufPiece, will discuss the hilarious highs and lows...
With the sequel of Coming to America arriving in theaters next year and an imminent return to the same Saturday Night Live stage that transformed him into a household name, it’s safe to say that Eddie Murphy’s long-overdue comeback...
A show Comedy Central gave the greenlight in 2017 will finally make its way to television next month. The New Negroes stars Baron Vaughn and Open Mike Eagle. And as Vulture reports, it is touted as a hybrid of stand-up...