Uncategorized

Feature: Issa Rae

With her unique flare and infectious sense of humor, Issa Rae content has garnered over 25 million views and close to 200,000 subscribers on YouTube. In addition to making the Forbes 30 Under 30 list twice and winning the 2012 Shorty Award for Best Web Show for her hit series " The Misadventures of Awkward… Continue reading Feature: Issa Rae

Advertisements
Uncategorized

Feature: Shonda Rhimes

Shonda Rhimes, born January 13, 1970, in University Park, Illinois, is the first African-American woman to create and executive-produce a Top 10 network series—the medical drama Grey's Anatomy. She is also the creator of its spin-off, Private Practice, and the political thriller Scandal. Before these series, Rhimes penned such film screenplays as Crossroads and HBO'sIntroducing… Continue reading Feature: Shonda Rhimes

Uncategorized

Feature: Dawn Hasbrouck

Dawn Hasbrouck co-anchors FOX 32 News at 9 p.m. weekdays from 9 to 10 p.m. Born and raised in the city of Chicago, Dawn is happy to be home, covering news where she grew up. She recently received an Associated Press award for Best Hard News Feature. Prior to joining FOX 32, she spent three… Continue reading Feature: Dawn Hasbrouck

Uncategorized

Feature: Kristin Wright

  Kristin Wright is a general assignment reporter for News4. She joined the station in 2013. Wright’s journalism career began as a news writer at WDIV, the NBC affiliate in Detroit. She left Michigan to anchor the morning news at WIVT/WBGH in Binghamton, New York. Later, Wright anchored the weekend news at WHTM, the ABC… Continue reading Feature: Kristin Wright

Uncategorized

Feature: Mitzi Miller

Mitzi Miller's experience in publishing began at the start of the millennium as a Sales and Marketing Assistant for CMP Media, a leading company in trade publications. Determined to find a career where her passion for writing could be realized, she left CMP and accepted an unpaid editorial internship at Honey magazine. Shortly after joining… Continue reading Feature: Mitzi Miller

Uncategorized

Feature: Lynn Whitfield

Whitfield vaulted to international attention in the title role of "The Josephine Baker Story" (1991), the HBO biopic requiring her to age from 18 to 68 to portray the Follies Bergere star turned Resistance and civil rights fighter. In a highly-publicized search that rivaled that of the hunt for Scarlett O'Hara in "Gone with the… Continue reading Feature: Lynn Whitfield