Director Spike Lee Endorses Bernie Sanders For PresidentFilmmaker Spike Lee is backing another son of Brooklyn -- Bernie Sanders.
Will Smith Latest Celebrity To Boycott Oscars Over Lack Of DiversityWill Smith said he will not attend the Academy Awards next month, joining his wife, Jada Pinkett Smith, and others in protest against two straight years of all-white acting nominees.
Rev. Al Sharpton Calls For Boycott Of Academy Awards Over Lack Of DiversityGrowing calls for a boycott of the Academy Awards over the lack of diversity among this year's Oscar nominees are forcing stars to choose sides.
Spike Lee, Jada Pinkett Smith Boycotting Oscars Over Lack Of Black NomineesIn a lengthy Instagram post, Lee said he "cannot support" the "lily white" Oscars.
NY Leaders Propose National Gun Violence Awareness MonthLike breast cancer awareness month with its pink theme, Congressman Hakeem Jeffries is proposing a national gun violence awareness month with an orange theme.
Spike Lee Becomes First New Yorker To Serve As Grand Marshal At NYC MarathonSpike Lee also produced the opening video for this year's marathon broadcast.
80 Entertainers Sign On To Fight Gun Violence Through New Initiative By Julianne MooreThe actress described the council as an effort to organize the creative community to amplify the message of the movement to end gun violence.
All-Star Notebook: Curry Grabs Spotlight, Melo Set To Coach CelebsThe Golden State Warriors' guard might be the man of the weekend, and even he can't believe how quickly it's happened after he was an All-Star snub just two years ago.
Spike Lee To Coach In NBA All-Star Celebrity Game At MSGSpike Lee is going to be directing the likes of Kevin Hart, Common, Anthony Anderson and Mo'Ne Davis — but instead of on a movie set, it will be on the basketball court.
Spike Lee On 'Deflate-Gate': 'Where There's Smoke, There's Fire'The filmmaker — a passionate NY sports fan — said he may attend the Super Bowl on Sunday in Arizona. And he will be rooting for Russell Wilson's Seattle Seahawks.
NYPD: 'Do The Right Thing' Spray Painted On Brooklyn Home Days After Spike Lee RantJust days after Spike Lee went on a rant about gentrification in New York City, police confirm someone vandalized a home next to where the filmmaker used to live in Brooklyn, police said.