Sad news… Do you remember the MTV show “Rob & Big”? One of the stars…Christopher “Big Black” Boykin has died. 

Auntie Fee, died this week via the number one way to die in America. In fact, according to the American Heart Association, half of black women age 20 and over have heart disease and only a third of us know this is our greatest health risk.

Quentin Groves, a former NFL and Auburn University star, died in his sleep on Saturday of a heart attack.

A veteran pilot who passed away mid-flight from Phoenix and Boston more than likely suffered a heart attack.

Source: Nathaniel S. Butler / Getty NBA Hall of FamerMoses Malone passed away in his sleep at the age of 60. He was in Norfolk, Va. where he was set to play in a golf tournament. More here


Sad to report that jazz pianist, keyboardist, and composer Joe Sample passed last night at the age of 75. The exact cause of death was not confirmed by his family; however, Sample suffered from a number of health issues over the last few years. After suffering a heart attack in 1994, and a second in 2009, he was recently hospitalized once […]

According to the American Heart Association, more than 40 percent of blacks have high blood pressure (HBP).Though doctors aren’t 100% sure why this is, they…

James Gandolfini — who famously played Tony Soprano on HBO’s “The Sopranos” — died earlier today in Italy … TMZ has learned.   Gandolfini is believed to have suffered a heart attack. He was 51. Gandolfini was in Italy to attend the 59th Taormina Film Festival in Sicily — and he was scheduled to participate in a festival event […]


It may be thrilling when love makes your heart skip a beat, but under any other circumstance that may not be a good thing. Sudden…

        Clarke died Monday morning at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles

Michael Clarkson is probably glad he hooked up with Omarosa.  She was there this morning when he suffered cardiac arrest.  Here’s the latest on his condition.

If you didn’t grow up watching American Bandstand, you probably saw the reruns.   Maybe you saw Dick Clark bringing in many New Year’s at Time Square.  Here’s more.