Each Wednesday during Black History Month, we’ll be featuring an African American who is a leader in one of the pillars of society. These individuals are at the top of their game and dedicated to giving Black culture a positive push forward! So get ready... it’s time to “Applaud The Culture” meet author and motivational speaker Jerome D. Love!
Chris Diamantopoulos On 35-Year Career, Voicing Mickey Mouse, New Role on ‘Diary of a Wimpy Kid’
Actor Chris Diamantopoulos is most known for his roles in “The Office” and “Silicon Valley,” but it’s his part in Disney+’s “Diary of a Wimpy Kid” that has everybody talking! Plus, he opens up about being only the fifth actor to voice the iconic role of Mickey Mouse.
Guess Who’s Coming to Girl Chat? Patricia Marroquin aka TikTok Momma, Talks Ageism on Social Media
It’s no secret we have a ton of fun while discussing a wide range of topics. And Real fam, we always see you in the comments chiming in too, so we’re giving you the chance to do it right along with us!
How Well Do You Know Us? Testing Our Real Fam’s Knowledge About Us!
If you know anything about us, you know that we know a lot of stuff about a lot of things, but can YOU guess how well we’ll know the answer to everything? We’re testing our Real Fam’s knowledge about… US.
Kids Teaching Themselves? Portland Teachers Want Self-Taught Fridays for High-Schoolers
Do students always need a teacher present? A Portland teachers’ union doesn’t seem to think so, proposing self-taught Fridays for high-schoolers. The goal: to help teachers readjust to the stresses of returning to the classroom full time. Plus, does everyone have a family member who overindulges, especially during the holidays?
Cracking Jokes, Slow Dancing to Maxwell, and More! Our 95-Year-Old Dreams Revealed
In honor of Tony Bennett’s last performance, we’re sharing what we’d love to be doing at 95! And for Garcelle, it includes sex and Maxwell!
Robert Griffin III’s Tell-All Promises to Expose the NFL, but Is It Really Necessary?
Former NFL star Robert Griffin III’s upcoming tell-all will seemingly expose the NFL for its alleged corruption, but is there ever a situation where telling your “truth” goes too far or is necessary? Especially if those circumstances made you who you are today?