Tyler Perry’s historic studio in Atlanta will be more than just for shooting films: the complex will house a shelter and community center for women and LGBTQ homeless youth. The 330-acre building houses a dozen...
The real-life drama between Atlanta film mogul Tyler Perry and former Tyler Perry Studios employee, Joshua Sole, who Perry accused of stalking and criminal trespassing in Nov. 2014, ended this week following Pe...
Tyler Perry’s film prompts ongoing talks of how media represents black women
CommonCreativ, an Atlanta website and magazine billed as "common ground for creative professionals," is out with its count of "Atlanta's 50 Most Creative People." And as you can imagine, several prominent gay Atlantans make the list.
We love that CommonCreativ defines creativity broadly, including not only categories traditionally thought of as "art" but also activism, journalism, entrepreneurship, make-up and even public relations.
Picking out the gays from a list of creative people is a bit like finding the haystack, not the needle.
Charis hosts discussion on African-American women and media representation tonight
Tyler Perry debuted his wildly successful Mabel ‘Madea’ Simmons character in a 2000 stage production of 'I Can Do Bad All By Myself.'