Hinchliffe Stadium in Paterson, New Jersey, is one of the last remaining ballparks associated with the Negro Leagues. Will a major renovation entice Major League Baseball to hold a future "Field of Dreams" game there?
The James Beard Awards were on hiatus for two years while the foundation audited and revised its policies and procedures. The prestigious awards are now back with the goal of having broader horizons.
On Valentine's Day, Brittney Johnson made Broadway history when she became the first Black actor to assume the role of Glinda full-time in "Wicked," shattering a racial barrier on the day of love.
Two veterans of major comic book titles reflect on what it was like to break into the industry as Black writers.
Many agricultural practices, innovations, and foods that traveled with enslaved people from West Africa — or were developed by their descendants — remain unsung. Learn about five early Black innovators whose contributions reshaped the agricultural landscape.
In January 1978, a former Christian Science church on Third Ward, was purchased and turned into Houston Masjid Al-Islam with funds donated by late heavyweight boxing champion, Muhammad Ali and his manager, Jabir (Herbert) Muhammad.
Pastor Martin Carter died in December at the age of 91 but not before making his mark in history. In 1995, he became the first Black pastor of Our Lady of Victory Church in Brooklyn.
“Howard High,” which premieres on FOX’s free streaming service Feb. 4, follows a high school musical group that must compete against a rival school in order to save their arts program.
This year’s theme for Black History Month, “Black Health and Wellness,” is more important than ever during the pandemic, but many advocates say it’s also meant to call attention to the growing mental health issues many Black Americans face.
Charles Drew, Rebecca Lee Crumpler and Daniel Hale Williams are just a few of the practitioners who revolutionized modern medicine.
Morgan Bullock has been dancing for years, but her popularity exploded recently when TikTok videos of her high kicking and tapping to Megan Thee Stallion, Doja Cat and SZA went viral.
There are a bunch of ways to celebrate Black History Month in your own special way, but here are a few ideas to get you started.
Black History Month began as Negro History Week in February 1926 by historian Carter G. Woodson.
Black History Month 2022 starts on Feb. 1, and this year’s theme aims to focus on the importance of “Black Health and Wellness.”
4 West Lounge in Harlem is one of the newest additions to the New York City social scene. The Black- and gay-owned lounge has had a tremendous reception since it opened in August.
Fred Gray has represented Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King Jr., John Lewis, and many other figures of the civil rights era. Now 90, Gray is still getting into good trouble.
The parking lot at Berean Christian Church in Georgia sits empty and the sanctuary is silent.
From the Montgomery Bus Boycott to the 2020 election of Vice President Kamala Harris, here are some of the pioneers who blazed trails in civil rights and American politics.
A baseball task force has recommended seven Negro Leagues for official recognition as major leagues.
Jalen and Keyonna Seawright dressed up their two daughters to model Black female leaders for Black History Month.