The Balvenie and Questlove are back for season 3 of Quest for Craft in this exclusive clip with Yo-Yo Ma discussing music and more.
Candace Parker, in partnership with Muscle Milk and The Lifting Project, launched a campaign to bring outdoor fitness to a city in need.
Eric Legrand, a former Rutgers University football star, launched his eponymously-named whiskey brand last year.
BEVEL, the popular Black men’s grooming company founded by Tristan Walker is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year. But according to the 38-year-old entrepreneur, the past decade is only one step of a generational vision for Black men — and Black people altogether — that actually puts faith, family and work at the forefront. And […]
"You can get really down if you start thinking about your loved ones that have died. So this balances it out. Just pour some out for them. Let's cook. Let's play music so that you don't have to be scared of death... Let's bust out some tamales, get the pozole going, and some ice cold Modelo. We'll be okay." -Mister Cartoon talking about el Día de los Muertos
"I think everybody is different. That's what I love about wine. There's nothing perfect. I mean, people say, 'You should drink white wine with fish,' but you can drink rosé or red wine. Everybody has their own opinion on this stuff. But at the end of the day, for me, my personal opinion is everybody does whatever they want." - 4x NBA champion Tony Parker on how to pair wine
"When you tell a story, you just tell the truth. And this is about a little Black girl coming into her voice. But it's a universal story. I have people of all races, of all genders, all ages, and nationalities coming up to me and saying how much they identify with the story... I think that's why it resonates." Sanaa Lathan talking about "On the Come Up"
"I want to be like how Mike Tyson is. Everybody knows who Muhammad Ali is. Everybody knows who Floyd Mayweather is. I want to be a boxer where everybody knows my story. Where everybody knows my legacy. I feel like that's the goal. [Where the people say,] "He was one of the best boxers to ever do it." - Shakur Stevenson
Kenny Anderson a.k.a. Mr. Chibbs was once touted as the best high school player out of New York City since Lew Alcindor, now known as Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. In fact, by the time he graduated from Queens, NY powerhouse Archbishop Molloy High School in 1989, Anderson was a four-time Parade All-American, the first player to receive […]
The producer also talks about his dream guests.