• Naturi Naughton reveals pregnancy in exclusive People Magazine interview!

    Muli-talented Film, TV and Broadway actress Naturi Naughton has just announced that she is expecting her first child in an exclusive interview with People Magazine. Discovering she was pregnant while filming the 4th season of hit show “Power” on Starz, Naturi tells People – “I feel like being pregnant and entering this new stage has made me stronger and more excited about life in general. Everything seems so much more purposeful.”

  • Jermaine Dupri Presents: SoSoSUMMER 17 Tour, makes a stop in Houston June 24!

    Grammy-winning producer, songwriter, recording artist, and reality tv star Jermaine Dupri in association with Scream Nation and Live Nation, will see 20 cities in North America this summer with Jermaine Dupri Presents: SoSoSUMMER 17 Tour! The tour begins May 25 in Louisville at the Louisville Palace, with stops in Detroit, Chicago, Baltimore, Memphis, and even H-Town!

  • R&B starlet Coline Creuzot lives the “High Life” with new single

    Houston’s own and one of R&B’s most promising voices, Coline Creuzot is soaring high today with her hot single, “High Life”. Fresh off the heels of her hit 2016 single “Truth Is” which climbed to #24 on the Billboard Adult R&B/Contemporary charts, “High Life” is available for streaming on the artist’s Soundcloud page. Written by Dallas Blocker (Bun B, Rick Ross, Paul Wall) and produced by J Sounds, “High Life” is a must-add to any summer playlist!

  • Texas Southern University students reenact Houston’s first sit-in

    It was only 56 years ago when students at Texas Southern University took a stand against racial segregation in their community. In 1960, a group of students came together to organize a peaceful protest to end discrimination and take a pledge for equality. Today, Texas Southern University students are showing they haven’t forgotten that sacrifice and commitment towards racial equality.

  • Do trans lives really matter?

    We should treat people with respect, no matter what their sex, sexual orientation, religion and color. But has American media caught on to that?

  • Beauty Supply store owner chokes customer

    A beauty supply store owner in Charlotte, North Carolina has been accused of aggressively assaulting a woman he accused of stealing from his store last week. A customer captured the attack on camera and the video has since went viral.

  • The laughter and the lesson: Dick Gregory shares history, lots of words of wisdom

    News With Attitude received a history lesson for the books as we were able to talk to the one and only Dick Gregory. The actor, comedian, activist (to name a few titles) gave us the real on his relationship with Martin Luther King, Jr., Medgar Evers, and what it meant to stand up in the face of adversity during the Civil Rights era. As Gregory poured into us, we identified with the amazing wisdom that was so rich, it oozed out of him.

  • Nike set to launch pro Hijab line for female Muslim athletes

    The “Just Do It” brand has done it again! Recently Nike released their extended sizes apparel line that caters to plus women, with sizes ranging from 1X-3X, and now, the company is set to release their new Pro Hijab line for female Muslim athletes.

  • 5 songs that make you feel good about your natural hair

    Putting so much love, care, attention and MONEY into your natural hair care routine is enough to make you re-think being natural. However, here are five songs that will reassure your faith in your natural hair.

  • Perfect ‘Honeycomb Hideout’: 1930s era bungalow Nobie’s serves eclectic comfort plates to vintage vinyl soundtrack

    A 1930s era bungalow bordering Montrose and Upper Kirby is finding a delicious afterlife as Nobie’s, an intimate, new “no reservation” neighborhood charmer for dinner, cocktails and late night bites. The casually cool concept, much like its eclectic and mostly residential surroundings on Colquitt Street, has been influenced by a wide variety of traditions and styles, both contemporary and traditional, creating a familiar yet unexpected destination in a space that was previously Au Petit Paris. The intimate setting and dim atmosphere makes it the perfect date night setting or honeycomb hideout!