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This is a forum to discuss the current state of affairs in the world of black arts.Discussion focus will be on film, theatre and music.

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Hip hop artist and community leaders discuss and analyze the impact hip hop has had on black culture

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Join us as we review the year and decade in the field of black arts and entertainment. What were the top 10 media events in the black community for 2009...for the 1st decade of the new millennium? the death of Michael Jackson,... more

By special request and popular demand this show will feature an hour of some of your favorite Quiet Storm music along with popular holiday favorites. Hosted by the man with the smooth baritone voice, Frank Anderson

Rescheduled from last week Deva Mack discusses her career as an actress/comedian/playwright as well as her upcoming play, YOU, ME AND YOUR WIFE:YOU NEED TO CHOOSE, and its relevancy to current day issues such as... more

Should we hold entertainers and athletes like Tiger Woods to a higher standard of conduct?Do we have a right to know about the intimate details of their personal lives from Tiger to Rhianna and Chris Brown?Does the media go too far in... more

Already a winner at the Sundance Film Festival and rumored for an Academy Award the movie PRECIOUS has already created a stir before it has been released for wide distribution. Join us as we discussed the importance of this... more

Roland Laird is an acclaimed author who has appeared on MTV, NBC, ABC and CBS.He has written on the topics of politics, relationships, hip hop and entertainment. Earlier this year he re-released his nationally acclaimed book... more

Ever wonder what it took to become the next Spike Lee or John Singleton? This Monday on Lets Be Frank we interview a panel of award winning up and coming filmmakers who share their thoughts on the process...on the next Let's Be Frank... more

Host of the longest running comedy spot featuring black comics in Houston, TYMES Square and one of the oldest in the country.

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