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A Tribute To Billie Holiday Featuring Singer Loretta Lee...
Come on and Have A Fun Night Out Hearing The Best Of Billie Holiday! A Night Remembering Billie Holiday!
Loretta Lee at Her Best! Carver Military Academy May 17th 2014
A Memorable Performance! You Don't Want To Miss...
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Billie Worley director and producer of Memphis Heat. He will discuss stories of Memphis wrestling.
Memphis Heat: The True Story of Memphis Wrasslin' is the definitive documentary about the history of Memphis wrestling from the 1950's with legendary battles between Sputnik Monroe and Billy Wicks, the 1960's with strutting Jackie Fargo, & the glory days of the '70s with Jerry "the King" Lawler, Tojo Yamamoto, "Superstar" Bill Dundee, & Jimmy Hart.
ROBOTZ OF THE COMPANY
EPISODE #60 - Holiday In Time aka The Santicon Day Origin
Written by Jonithan Patrick Russell
Rated U - for Universal Audiences!
It's been two years since the Bots were last heard from, but life aboard the Titan 2 continues more or less as we left off. It's boring. Putch has night watch duty. But what will he do when a strange being from within time comes to ask a major favor? Will he be able to cope with only Zim Tron as a traveling companion? Can they actually travel back in time to once again save Santicon Day? Or will the holiday season vanish from history? (Duration: 21:00)
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Live Chat:Women Give Yourselves a Holiday... Go Some Where ... Take a Breather "How about - As women,
We wear many hats and more often than not we are stretched to the limit. Taking care of yourself if just as important as taking care of someone else or something else. Have you thought that you can could take a quick weekend breather? Get away for a little bit and unwind and relax? No? Lets chat about how you can take some time for you.
My ideas would be to discuss how we can take some time to rejuvenate by having:
Interview with the 2014 BDPA High School National Computer Competition Winners from the Washington DC Chatper. #BDP14
Each of the BDPA chapters are able to bring 5-person teams to the annual BDPA Technology Conference to demonstrate the skills they have learned during their extensive training through the year. The students from the best-performing teams at this annual High School Computer Competition (HSCC) earn Jesse Bemley Scholarships that they can use for post-secondary education.
LIVE- Remote, covering The "Fierce and Firey Designer Competion IV" presented by Ginakifashion Icn. Interviews to include the Founder of Ginaki Inc, Ms. Regina Tidwell, CoCo Kiss, Carla Miss and many others celebrity guest. Along with the designers of the competion. So staye TUNED HERE on EFT Radio2, Aug 16th 7pm EST
~~Dr. Jesse Bemley developed the High School Computer competition (HSCC) program in 1986. Dr. Bemley instituted the conference proceedings and spearheaded the effort to get BDPA accepted as a constituent society of the Institute for Certification of Computing Professionals (ICCP). Dr. Bemley noted the large number of minority students who had little or no computer literacy skills. With the ever-growing need to possess basic computer skills in the current job market, Dr. Bemley realized that in the future, individuals without these skills would be left with no employment opportunities. Dr. Bemley has worked since the early 1980s to get students, especially from high school, involved in national and international computing and engineering conferences, meetings, conferences, symposia, etc both in the US and abroad. He has written numerous articles on computer topics. The purpose of this scholarship fund program is to serve as the vehicle for the BDPA organization to increase the interest of minority youth in IT and to help facilitate the emergence of minorities into the industry.
Chapters are invited to bring one team of students to compete in the HSCC at the National Conference event. The top five winning teams win Jesse Bemley scholarships.
Dr. Bemley is in the BDPA Hall of Fame. He founded both the national high school computer competition and the IT Showcase. He is an inspiration to African American IT professionals from the 'classroom to the boardroom'.
Salmon Cupid, born in the Caribbean Republic of Trinidad and Tobago (T&T also affectionately referred to as Trinbago), fell in love with and learned to play the steelpan there. He began formally playing with St. Augustine Senior Comprehensive School where he led the band in several music festivals and competitions. Under his captaincy, St. Augustine won the Panorama competition and walked away with first place at the Steelpan Music Festival. He also made several international tours with the school to Europe. His experience on these tours confirmed that his idea of the electronic steelpan was crucial to the progress of steelpan.
In 1994, Salmon was selected by Pan Trinbago to be the Steelpan Cultural Ambassador as part of the demand by schools internationally to teach and expose the steelpan in Canada. He accepted that opportunity to expand his horizons. It led to his decision to relocate to Canada where he currently resides.
In 2000, he boldly entered a steelband in the Kiwanis Music Festival in Toronto. For the next 6 years the band consistently won the competition. Also in 2000, with the support of the students, parents, teachers, and community at large, he founded an alumni band, the Toronto All Stars Steel Orchestra (TASSO).
The steelpan is an acoustic musical instrument indigenous to T&T. In honor to the pioneers who originated and developed the instrument and art form, he strived to remain mindful and respectful of the pioneers. To get a better sense of the instrument, click on this link.
To view a video of the debut of Salmon's invention, the e-pan, in concert, click here.