Author Archives: Kenny Smoov

Here’s What’s Happening (03-15-19)

Here’s What’s Happening (03-15-19)

*  DL Hughley all Weekend at Zanies “THE FIRST THEATRICAL LANDMARK OF THE TRUMP ERA: Lynn Nottage’s play is a tough yet empathetic portrait of the America that came undone.” — Michael Schulman, The New Yorker Who:                The Humanity Theatre Project What:               Sweat by Lynn Nottage* When:              Friday, March 15 – Saturday,…MORE

Breaking News! R. Kelly – Back In Custody!

R. Kelly is headed back to jail after a hearing on his failure to pay child support Wednesday, according to reports. Kelly was bailed out last week after pleading not guilty to charges that he sexually abused four women, including three who were underage at the time. But a judge found last month that Kelly…MORE

Thanksliving/KROGER – Donate To Feed Those In Need

Thanksliving/KROGER – Donate To Feed Those In Need

Nashville! This Year, use your Kroger Plus card to donate to our annual ThanksLiving Event. Help Watson Grove & New Covenant Bless the community! CLICK HERE TO DONATE Then ENROLL and Select “Watson Grove”MORE

Black Music Honors 2016

Black Music Honors 2016

Black Music Honors: Celebrate the Soul Andrew Jackson Hall (TPAC) Nashville, TN – August 18, 2016 Door Open – 6pm | Show Taping – 7pm A 2-HOUR TELEVISION SPECIAL HONORING LEGENDARY AFRICAN AMERICAN ARTISTS WHO HAVE INFLUENCED AND MADE SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTIONS TO AMERICAN MUSIC. During the taping of the show, the following music icons will be…MORE

Mr. President, on behalf of an ungrateful nation, Thank You!

STORY BY:  THE DENVER CHANNEL.COM WASHINGTON, D.C. – I’ve never written a column like this. Readers rarely believe it, but I am not on any political team. Generosity toward the high and mighty isn’t among my few virtues. But this needs to be said: Americans are lucky to have Barack Obama as president and we…MORE

Black Music Month Events with The National Museum of African American Music

Black Music Month Events with The National Museum of African American Music

Black Music Month Lives Here! June is Black Music Month and NMAAM is celebrating each week with a variety of activities in Nashville: June 2 Join us at the Music City Jazz Festival’s Welcome to Nashville Kickoff Party at The Bridge Building from 5–8pm. WFSK is offering discounted festival tickets: 20% off single-day tickets and…MORE

This Story Could Have Been A Nashville Travesty…

This Story Could Have Been A Nashville Travesty…

This story could have been an epic tragedy right here in Nashville.  But thanks to our well trained and cool-headed police force, it ended up being a life lesson for some young Nashville Boys. The boys bought toy guns from a local shop and thought it would be fun to POINT those guns at drivers…MORE

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Dave Chappelle Says He Used To Buy Weed From Idris Elba

Dave Chappelle Says He Used To Buy Weed From Idris Elba

He regularly smokes cigarettes onstage and comedians have joked about having psychedelic, mushroom, and marijuana parties at his estate with famous friends like Tiffany Haddish and Chris Rock, so it’s not too far off for Dave Chappelle to cop weed from another celebrity. Prior to some of our favorite stars becoming household names, they had…

Porsha Williams lands three-part Bravo special about her life

Porsha Williams lands three-part Bravo special about her life

Expect to see more of Porsha Williams on your TV screens soon. The “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star — who just broke the internet with her engagement to her former co-star’s estranged husband — is now getting her own three-part special on Bravo, Page Six has learned. “It was greenlit months ago, so it has…

Rapper J. Cole to play for Rwanda in pro basketball league in Africa

Rapper J. Cole to play for Rwanda in pro basketball league in Africa

Rapper J. Cole is set to play professional basketball for the Rwanda Patriots of the Basketball Africa League, according to an official with direct knowledge of the deal. The official spoke to USA TODAY Sports on the condition of anonymity because it has not been announced yet. The New Times in Rwanda first to report…