Posted on 20 June 2014 by Donte
Malia Obama officially has her first job. The eldest daughter of President Barack Obama has aspirations of making it in the film industry. She landed a gig as a production assistant on the set of a Halle Berry summer series set to air on CBS.
Malia will turn 16 on the 4th of July.
Posted on 27 April 2014 by Admin Arthia
She may have won an Oscar for her role as the slave Patsey in Steve McQueen’s 12 Years a Slave and recently landed a contract with Lancôme Paris, TContinue Reading
Posted on 26 April 2014 by Admin Arthia
Gospel star Hezekiah Walker spent his Sunday in Atlanta to sing a song with a 9 year-old boy who found comfort in his lyrics during a frightening ordeal.
Last week, Willie Myrick was walking his dog at around 8 o’clock in front of his home when he TContinue Reading
Posted on 21 April 2014 by Admin Arthia
The Black community has lost two prominent voices. Youtube stars TContinue Reading
Posted on 16 April 2014 by Admin Arthia
Even though his character Harrison is a cool, calm and in controlled ‘gladiator’ on tv’s top rated show, Columbus Short may need Olivia Pope on his team after being involved in a real-life scandal of his own.
The Scandal star’s wife claims he threatened to kill her and himself with a knife last week. In addition to filing for divorce from her husband of nine years, Tanee Short is also seeking a restraining order to keep him TContinue Reading
Posted on 05 August 2013 by Admin Arthia
14 year-old Trey Haze (left) took his hip hop name Spitta Haze to Atlanta where he performed for R&B teen superstars like Jacob Latimore (right) Torian Sellers, Issa and more at Kenedi Treasure’s Sunset Splash Pool Party. The teen affair also served as a fundraiser for NAN spokesperson Mary Pat Hector. “It was a tremendous opportunity,” he said. “I was proud to rep my city with my music.”
Posted on 18 March 2013 by Admin Arthia
He won’t be returning next season but CB Rashean Mathis is taking his leave from the Jacksonville Jaguars like a gentleman.
After the news was official last week, he stated: “I can only praise God. He allowed me
Posted on 02 February 2013 by Admin Arthia
Cissy Houston tears up as her son Michael admits to Oprah that he feels responsible for the iconic singer’s death.
By Arthia Nixon
Viewers of Oprah’s Next Chapter on OWN who expected to get a glimpse of Cissy Houston’s book chronicling her life with her late daughter were floored when her son Michael joined the interview and confessed to being the one who introduced his sister to drugs back in the 80’s.
After giving Oprah Winfrey a tour of her New Jersey home, discussing Whitney’s childhood and what getting the call that she died was like and even touching on her estranged relationship with Whitney’s daughter, Houston’s smiles turned to tears when Michael came on the set and stated that
Posted on 20 January 2013 by Admin Arthia
Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts administers the oath of office to President Barack Obama during the official swearing-in ceremony in the Blue Room of the White House on Inauguration Day, Sunday, Jan. 20, 2013. First Lady Michelle Obama, holding the Robinson family Bible, along with daughters Malia and Sasha, stand with the President. (Official White House Photo by Lawrence Jackson)
Today, in two separate, private ceremonies, President Obama and Vice President Biden were officially sworn into office, marking the start of the second term. (The Constitution mandates that the President takes the oath on January 20. Since that date falls on a Sunday this year, the public inauguration ceremony and festivities will take place tomorrow, January 21) TContinue Reading
Posted on 18 January 2013 by Admin Arthia
LEFT:The real Tammi Chase-Wright with actress Michael Hyatt who plays Congresswoman Brown in Left To Die film. RIGHT: Congresswoman Corrine Brown
By Florida Star Staff
(Jacksonville, Florida) Congresswoman Corrine Brown is coming to the small screen. Jacksonville’s leading lady in politics will be portrayed by Michael Hyatt, an actress known for appearances on HBO series and her performance in Broadway’s Ragtime will play Corrine Brown in Left to Die.
The movie is set to debut on Lifetime Movie Network (LMN) this weekend.
Academy Award® and Screen Actors Guild® nominee and Emmy® and Golden Globe® winning actress Barbara Hershey (“Once Upon a Time”, “Black Swan”) stars in the Lifetime Original Movie “Left to Die” as Sandra Chase, an American mother of two wrongly sent to an
Ecuadorian prison for TContinue Reading
Posted on 18 January 2013 by Admin Arthia
Martin Luther King – Man named for civil rights leader arrested
By Florida Star Staff
(Jacksonville, Florida) His parents apparently had high hopes for their son by choosing to name him after one of the greatest historical figures of the Civil Rights Movement.
However, the week commemorating the birthday of the late Dr Martin Luther King, birthday, 33 year old Martin Luther King (who is understood not to be related to the family of the civil rights icon) has been charged with murder. Using an assault-rifle attack on January 9 he killed one person and wounded two others.
King was charged with TContinue Reading
Posted on 28 December 2012 by Admin Arthia
Highlights of our Georgia Star 2012 year in review
Who made this year’s list of what was most talked about in Georgia for 2012? Our team highlights some of our more memorable stories.
When our paper hits newstands, you’ll see who broke a traditon at a church that stood for well over 100 years. You’ll also see who went from mom to momprenuer. You’ll recall which official got caught in scandal and what senior citizens did to fight back.
From Oprah to open house at the first female owned tertiary level institution, the NAACP to the RYCA’s, you’ll learn who gave south Georgia something to talk about this weekend in The Star!
Posted on 03 December 2012 by Admin Arthia
DJ Dr. Doom, R&B princess Elle and Kevin Bodie keep the crowd hyped. (Photo by Luke Engram)
Fresh from her stellar performance of her hit Refill at the 2012 Soul Train Awards, Best New Artist winner Elle Varner joined DJ Dr. Doom in Jacksonville, Florida to celebrate the one year anniversary of Club Rush Street. Georgians crossed the border and took time out to raise their glasses to toast the milestone. TContinue Reading