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Do not click unless you've seen last Sunday's "Boardwalk Empire."
'Boardwalk Empire' jumps ahead to the 1930s, and Nucky Thompson finds himself alone.
The roaring 20s are out; the Great Depression sets in.
Michael K. Williams' 'Boardwalk Empire' character, Chalky White, has a line of children's books perfect for the holiday season!
Lord Flacko takes a more serious tone for his latest from <em>Long.Live.A$AP.</em>
Michael K. Williams of The Wire and Boardwalk Empire fame was the latest subject on Okay Africa's incredible "The Roots Of..." series.
The Bullitts "They Die At Dawn" Video is a who's who of people we love holding guns.
As a song, <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2013/03/yasiin-bey-feat-jay-electronica-lucy-lui-they-die-by-dawn">"They Die By Dawn"</a> was already ill.
Does Omar Little think homosexuals should be able to get married? Oh, indeed.
Check out the trailer for This Is My Court, the upcoming short film that chronicles the storied history and passion of NYC's playground basketball culture and features narration by Michael K.
When I eventually pass away in several hundred years at the hands of my Highlander trainee, I hope to have secured a recording of one of several people reading my eulogy.
The actor who played Prop Joe on HBO's "The Wire," Robert Chew, has passed away, according to his former co-star Michael K. Williams.
"The Wire" star Michael K. Williams debuted his Ol' Dirty Bastard impression in a recent live performance of "Brooklyn Zoo" in Brooklyn.
"Trapped in the Closet" star Michael K. Williams spoke to Vulture about what hanging out with R. Kelly at a party is like.
A group of "The Wire" cast members, including Snoop and Marlo, reunited recently. This is cause for celebration.
No big deal, just Anthony Bourdain eating dinner with Omar from 'The Wire' and Marlo Stanfield dropping in unexpectedly to join them. How's your day?
A friend of mine told me a couple of days ago that I had to watch Snow On Tha Bluff.
Listen to the mix that actor Michael K. Williams made for himself to get in character as Omar Little from "The Wire."