In an ESSENCE exclusive, Beyonce pens her very first cover story, “Eat, Play, Love” — and in her own words shares how a nine-month break and life’s simple pleasures reignited her creativity and renewed her soul.

The day after she celebrated her 19th birthday, Alia Rose Brockert lost life’s biggest gift, a mother. The only daughter of R&B singer Teena Marie, Alia Rose, who discovered her mother’s body last December, has struggled to make sense of the legend’s sudden death.

Actress Sanaa Lathan looks simple gorgeous on the May cover of Uptown Magazine’s travel issue.

Lady Shaunie O’Neal graces the cover of the latest issue of  Rolling Out Magazine. Inside, she opens up about spending time with her children, her plans for Basketball Wives, raves about her new love, model Marlon Yates, and the importance of leaving a legacy.

Star Jones has teamed up with Uptown Magazine as its new Editor-at-Large. Uptown touts itself as the only luxury lifestyle publication for affluent African-Americans.

Before T.I. went to the slammer earlier this month, he gave VIBE one of his last interviews. Below are a few excerpts from the cover story, which goes on sale Nov. 30th. Check out behind the scene footage here.

The December 2010 isse of ESSENCE is gonna be a biggie. It’s a split cover plastered with the full cast from Tyler Perry’s For Colored Girls movie.

GQ’s annual Gentleman’s Ball went down last night (October 27) in New York City and best buds Chris Brown and Trey Songz hit the red carpet for the event.

Ebony magazine, celebrating it’s 65th anniversary, has enlisted several modern-day celebrities to recreate their covers featuring icons. We’ve seen Mary J. Blige, Taraji Henson, John Legend, Blair Underwood, Lamman Rucker and Usher pay tribute to Diana Ross, Duke Ellington,  Sidney Poitier and more. Now, Nia Long, Regina King, Jurnee Smollett, Yolanda Adams, Omar Epps and […]

Many have been upset with ESSENCE magazine because they hired a white fashion editor. Many believe the magazine is out of touch with black women.  One of them is Melyssa Ford. She is upset at the magazine because of their recent cover and their messages to black women.

Halle Berry graces the cover of the September issue of Vogue. Halle looks fabulous in a 1920s Louise Brooks style bob. In the interview, Halle talks about being on Vogue’s September issue, having children, Gabriel Aubry and the dread Oscar curse. What Being On The September Issue Means: “What that means for a woman of […]

A few months ago, a little birdy told us that Halle Berry would grace the coveted cover of the September 2010Vogue and the issue is about to hit newsstands on August 24.