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This week show is hosted by the multitalented Maryland University grad, and 3EO's sports financial reporter ANTHONY ADEWUSI. Our guest griots are the writer of the stage play "Somethin' Like Eatonville" NICOLE MORGAN, Mrs Morgan is the Author of “The Secret Lives of Ministry Wives.” debuted Secret Lives in 2010 as a stage play which has appeared on many stages in the DMV, including Ira Aldridge on the campus of Howard University. Since 2010, Nicole has not stopped writing stageplays, one of which is “CHANGED!”, written specifically for Reid Temple’s Easter at the Temple 2013 celebration, and most recently, “Somethin’ Like Eatonville,” a musidrama that is based on the novel by Zora N. Hurston, “Their Eyes Are Watching God.” & Singer, actress TAMARA WELLONS, Tamara’s music reflects that of a passionate artist. While growing up in Virginia, Tamara was known as the “little girl with the big voice.” Singing was only natural for the granddaughter of the legendary gospel group The Pritchett Sisters. While studying at Bowie State University, Tamara immersed herself into the sounds of eclectic jazz and soul music as well as, her school’s jazz ensemble. And even today, she’s known to add a little Nancy Wilson or Ella Fitzgerald to her set. Tamara can flow flawlessly from an acapella to an acoustic accompaniment to a full band.
How did Greg Jackson obtain the endorsement support of Apopka Mayor Joe Kilsheimer, Eatonville Mayor Bruce Mount, Former Florida State Senator George Stuart and Town of Oakland Commissioner, Joseph McMullen?
Why did these men choose Greg opposed to his opposition that many of the men have worked with in the past? JOIN ME TUESDAY 7/22/2013 @9:30 EST to find out!
On May 1, 2014 the Greg Jackson candidate for Orange County Commissioner District 2 issued a press release stating ‘I commend Alvin Moore for bringing to light the $250 campaign contribution of Scott Batterson to another candidate in the District 2 race. Mr. Moore pointed out that in his estimation "[Mr.] Batterson's tainted money doesn't pass the smell test." I (Greg Jackson) must in turn request that Mr. Moore abstain from any and all votes related to a land purchase deal regarding the Hungerford property in the historic Town of Eatonville by SKL Equities of Eatonville, LLC ("SKL"), because in Mr. Moore’s own words: It doesn’t pass the smell test. I make this request due to Mr. Moore’s relationship to SKL’s ownership and the appearance of impropriety’Tonight he will join Tezlyn Figaro moments after the press release to explain his comments!
Join Apostle Natalie Young for a conversation with Commissioner Alvin Moore A banker opened a Century 21 Morehouse Realty franchise with 60 agents. It became Morehouse Realty in 2002, a successful sales and property management company employing a dozen people. Alvin is married to Syreeta, 34. The couple has a 5-year old son Alvin Dillon Moore. For the last decade, the Moores have called Eatonville home. Alvin successfully won election to the Eatonville Town Council in 2007 and was re-elected to his second term in 2011. As a Councilman, Alvin successfully fought for lower taxes for senior citizens, wrote a youth scholarship program, led an effort to renovate decaying buildings and has actively worked with local police to reduce crime. Alvin has been active in public service on the Orange County Community Action Board, American Diabetes Association Planning Board and the Eatonville Community Redevelopment Board. He is a member of Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church, National Association of Realtors, Apopka Chamber of Commerce and the West Orange Chamber of Commerce. http://votealvinmoore.com/
Meet progressive restaurant owner Andy Shallal who will be talking about his plan for Washington, DC.
Andy is a husband, father, and grandfather who lives in Adams Morgan. (Read Andy's Story here.)
Andy is an artist, social entrepreneur and the founder of Busboys and Poets and Eatonville Restaurant.
Andy has founded or co-founded several peace and justice organizations and holds leadership positions in numerous others. He is on the board of trustees for the Institute for Policy Studies and the Co-founder of Think Local First DC, a local business association of over 400 local and independent businesses working to make DC’s business scene more unique and vibrant. Last year in response to the living wage debate, he helped found RAISE (Restaurant Advancing Industry Standards in Employment), a business association of owners interested in improving business practices in the restaurant industry. He has served on the boards of several arts and peace organizations including The Anacostia Community Museum, DC Vote and the Washington Peace Center.
Join host Apostle Natalie as she speaks with The Newest Major League Baseball Baltimore Orioles member " Jemile Weeks" about WE-FAM and "Christmas on the Boulevard" his upcoming community event. In partnership with the town of Eatonville, Fla., Baltimore Orioles’ second baseman, Jemile Weeks, is hosting the inaugural “Christmas on the Boulevard” Holiday event for the community on Saturday, December 21. Starting at 12:00 noon through 5:00 p.m. ET, located at Robert Hungerford Prep High School (park is adjacent to school grounds) for a fun-filled afternoon of activity. Activities for the day include: multiple bounce houses; over 300 gifts so each child can go home with a present; a large Christmas tree that children will be able to light; game, craft and candy tables; a sit-down with Santa Claus; an address from Eatonville Mayor Bruce Mount; special appearances from professional athletes; and live entertainment. Entertainment will include a live disc jockey, mime, comedian, and family-friendly performances across different music genres. There will be separate raffles for adults and children for the opportunity to go home with more prizes. Free food, snacks and drinks will be provided at the event for everyone. http://www.facebook.com/ChristmasontheBoulevard
Dr. Walter Sims is no stranger to "The NeXt Level!" We are discussing "How to Overcome the Fear of Success and WIN!"
Celebrating "The Distinguished!" all month long! We are excited to honor our "Spotlight Distinguished Gentlemen" Pastor Thomas Brown! Part owner and founder of Connecting Edge Accounting, Inc. (www.connectingedge.biz). He is one of the instructors for the Orlando Metro Ministers' Learning Community. Pastors Thomas and Beverly D. Brown are both pastors & founders of Redeeming Light Center Church in Eatonville, FL as well as the founders of Redeeming Light Community Services, Inc with the following programs: Keeping Up Alternative School Suspension Program; Straight Up Teen Health Program; and ManUp Male Mentoring Program. They recently established a new ministry called Navigator's Touch Ministry.
I have been involved in the search for evidence to prove the Sasquatch existence now for 40 years, It has been a very interesting experience, especially meeting such nice people everywhere. I am writing books at this stage of my life with "Notes From the Field, Tracking North America's Sasquatch as my first and it has gotten very good reviews by all who have read it, Haunted Valley which is a smaller book where I discuss the events of Yacolt Washington in 1989 and 1990 and I am currently reviewing my newest one titled "In Search of the Unknown. I am working on two new book projects, the first dealing specifically with the general area where I grew up and became acquainted with the subject first hand, and met world famous Sasquatch hunters John Green and Rene' Dahinden. I am interested in any stories from the Puyallup Valley region, no matter how old since I am writing about the history of Sasquatch encounters there older to newer stories would be of more interest to me. I specifically am interested in anything from Puyallup and the Puyallup Screamer incidents, Orting, South Prarie, Burnett, Buckley, Wilkeson, Carbonado, Eatonville, Kapowsin, Elbe, Ashford and of course Mt. Rainier. I have already collected some very interesting and previously untold accounts but would greatly appreciate all reports from these areas. I will guarantee complete anonymity if requested of both persons and specific locations. I am also interested in stories from all over the United States and all other locations also for the book after this current project, I am hoping to expose this subject to a wider audience. Please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Guest Griot is a WR who was acquired from Baltimore via trade in 1971 & played for Washington through the 1976 season. He helped the Skins reach Super Bowl VII in 1972. During his 6 seasons in Washington, he recorded 208 catches for 3,119 Yds & 16 TDs. He made the Pro Bowl as a Redskin in 1971. He was recently elected as one of the 80 Greatest Washington Redskins of all time. ROY JEFFERSON
Joining us is a man considered by most who know as the premiere historian not only on Washington, DC sports history but also Washington, DC history back to the 1950's. He is the innovator of the "Original Inside Sports" talk show and it's original host more than 40 Years ago.He often shares his personal experiences and insight into many of Washington D.C.s and the world's sports history and legends including Dave Bing, Wes Unseld, Don King, Adrian Dantley, Sonny Jurgenson, Muhammad Ali, Petey Greene, Len Bias, Frank Howard, Langston Golf Course, Larry Brown, Paul Casanova,Bernard King, Bob Ferry, Abe Pollin, Jack Kent Cooke, George Preston Marshall and many more.
The most undeniable force in sports journalism HAROLD BELL as we discuss the topic "What's Up With The NFL?" also a lovely singer/songwriter who will be performing her new project "Songs for Janie" with Alice Walker (The Color Purple) & DC Library for a historic occasion celebrating the 75th Anniversary of Zora Neale Hurston’s classic, “Their Eyes Were Watching God” at Eatonville Restaurant, Downtown Washington DC, TAMARA WELLONS Your comments & questions are welcomed on 3RD EYE OPEN Hosted by National trainer, speaker & producer "DaOne" NAISA & C. R. GIBBS with the Gibbs Report"
Join us as we chat with Artist, Producer and CEO "Durango da Fishman" He was raised in the first black historic town of Eatonville, FL. est 1887. Since the birth of his first child he decided to use music as an outlet and a tool for progression. Always had an ear for music rhythm & lyrics he was inspired & motivated by various genres of Art, Music, & film which explains the diverse style he portrays. His style represents positive vibes in respect of the struggle, the triumph, & the humble. "U may not have a lot, but ya betta use what ya got!"..(A motivational quote from his Great grandmother.)
Plus! Our Discussion on RFID Chips, What are they? and how do they affect you!! The lines will be open Join the Conversation by calling 323-443-7518 or holla at us in the chat room!