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Marcia McNair

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The dynamic Asa Lovechild debuts with Asa Lovechild: Love's Experience (The Steve Wallace Edition). This modern day reincarnate of Billie Holiday and the long lost musical daughter of Patti Labelle (in the Indy world), takes you on a... more

Join SOF host Marcia McNair as she interviews a variety of authors on what inspires them to write! This episode's guest is Shahid Abdullah, author of Success is Automatic and CEO/Founder of The New Breed Generation Inc.

Call in or chat with the organizers and performers. The 2010 Long Island Fringe Festival is three days (September 24, 25 & 26) of cutting edge dance, music, theater, performance poetry and visual artistry in a celebration of "The Science... more

Author of the critically acclaimed book and film, Eye Was Blind, Valerie Auguste-Partin talks with SOF Radio host Marcia L. McNair about the sequel, Eye Was Blind Now Eye See.

Author, social commentator, and Blog Talk Radio host Don Durant discusses his latest novel: THE GROWTH CURVE, the sequel to The Flesh Is Weak. Durant's novels address the crisis in the African American family, focusing on... more

Apostle and author Karen Deadwyler talks about her new book Five Rights: Medication for the Soul. A "living miracle," Karen is also the author of the bestseller His Miraculous Way.

Join SOF host Marcia McNair as Mr. Ingram discusses the mission of Act Now, black empowerment in the performing arts, and the upcoming dramatic reading of SOF hosted by the Foundation. Special Guest: Professor Anissa Moore... more

Fresh from her appearance on the Dr. Phil Show, multi-talented Erica Watson (she's directing the upcoming performance of SOF for the Emerging New Artists Notes From a Page Series) discusses her life and work, including what she... more

SOF host Marcia McNair shares her thoughts on Dr. Phil's Great Weight Debate, introduces listeners to upcoming guest Erica Watson, and makes some important announcements about the Emerging New Artists Theatre Festival performance... more

Tapped by fate to portray Martin Luther King Jr. in his first play at the age of ten, multi-talented Michael Green (actor, director, writer, teacher, and producer) has forever been smitten by the acting bug. He has performed roles as diverse as... more
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