Hip-Hop Hunger Intervention Feeds Hot Meals To People Who Need Them
Hip-Hop Hunger Intervention founders Cindi Carter Hodges and Tanisha Roberson tell BR about the work they are doing feeding homeless people hot meals on the street.

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Meet Taylor Iman Starring In 'Head Over Heels'A new play marries the music of the 'Go-Gos' with a 15th-century poem. One of its stars Taylor Iman Jones is Bay Area born and bred. BR caught up with her at the Curran Theatre in San Francisco.
Ret. Judge Pens Letter Convincing Martin Luther King Jr. To Visit Bay AreaFifty Years ago Martin Luther King, Jr. was shot and killed in Memphis, Tennessee. Months before he was murdered, he visited the Bay Area. BR's Christin Ayers met the man who wrote the letter that convinced him to come.
'1001 Black Men' Challenges Negative StereotypesA Bay Area artist, author and scholar is challenging negative stereotypes about black men in America. Ajuan Mance talked to BR's Devin Fehely about her latest project, '1001 Black Men.'
Tyler Perry Talks About His New Psychological Thriller 'Acrimony'When you think of Tyler Perry, you don't think of Tyler Perry, until now. BR's Jan Mabry talked to writer/director Perry via satellite about his latest venture, 'Acrimony' starring Taraji P. Henson.
Boots Riley's Directorial Debut 'Sorry To Bother You' At SF Film FestivalThe biggest buzz at this years SF Film Festival was an indie called 'Sorry To Bother You' written and directed by Oakland rapper Boots Riley. BR's Christin Ayers caught up with him on the red carpet at Oakland's Grand Lake Theatre.
Meet Alicia Jay, Creator Of 'Tall Swag'Black Renaissance's Roqui Theus gets style advice for women with the 'gift of height' from Alicia Jay, creator of the blog 'Tall Swag.'

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