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We’re having an ALL FAMU show just in time for this years Florida A&M University Homecoming Celebration! Today on the show….we’re featuring a few FAMU Greats!!!
CoCo Brown- join us as the creator of the famous “Phat Cat players” drops by to share what events are going down in Tallahassee, FL. This weekend
D.J. Neau- FAMU’s favorite DJ joins us to tell us the best hot spots to hang out and…where exactly he’ll be on the ones and twos!!!
Melton Mustafa- Legendary Melton Mustafa Sr. and Jr. have a Brand New project..”the Traveling Man” w/ protégée Patrick Bartley!!!
If you’re a FAMUAN Call in and let me know where you’re hanging out this Homecoming!!!
By Davina Lewis, Jamari Leak, and Rashard Jones
The ladies of Delta Sigma Theta and the gentlemen of Phi Beta Sigma emerged as winners of the 2015 Greek Step Show and Concert competition after thrilling performances. The event, held at the university’s clock tower center, was the highlight of weeklong Homecoming activities that took place from February 8-15, 2015.
The four-hour competition was attended by alumni, staff, students, and friends who filled all 400 seats on a chilly night. Food vendors provided burgers, hot dogs, fries, and most importantly hot chocolate to keep the crowd warm.
The audience watched attentively as various Greek organizations took to the floor and stepped their best in line with the disc jockey’s musical mix. The groups were judged by several FMU Greek alumni. The two winning organizations not only earned bragging rights for the whole year but they also received $1,000 checks each and engraved trophies.
R&B singer August Alsina closed the show with a 45-minute musical thriller as the crowd cheered and roared with enthusiasm. FMU student Khalinah Walker, summed up the event: “Even though I’m freezing out here I’m glad that I came tonight. The show gets better each year, I Love August Alsina and all the Greeks did a good job.”
The staff members are already planning for next year’s show and students are anticipating the event as well to see who will win the Greek Show and who will be the entertainer.
This week, the guys get in the conversation and discuss all things Homecoming as Damien and Ali head to Atlanta for the weekend, Halloween causing hood anxieties, mandatory Ebola quarantines, and the illest TV show theme songs. Check it out.
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Host Cyrus Webb welcomes Samuel Cole-Elkind of Serious Entertainment to Conversations LIVE to discuss what it has been like to help chronicle the rise of recording artist Drake and what he hopes individuals are able to take away from the upcoming film DRAKE'S HOMECOMING.
PNN's News Director was fortunate enough to be invited to last weeks 33rd Annual National Pesticide Conference held at FAMU's Law School in Orlando, Florida. The good people of Beyond Pesticide and the Farm Worker Association of Florida and FAMU's Law School brought the Conference to Orlando and Activists from coast to coast were there and the Scientists told about their work and the Activist Community from Maine to Washington from California to the Caroline came for the UPDATE.
We will bring you excerpts from many of the presenters from Dr. Guillette pioneer researcher on endocrine disruption. Dr Tyrone Hayes professor of integrated Biology at Univ. CA on will discuss Frog feminization due to pesticides. EG Vallianatos EPA Whistleblower, and many others.
We will also be joined by our Web Columnist Brook Hines for her weekly analysis.
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Former law enforcement professional Lillie Leonardi has always lived with her feet planted in two separate worlds—the metaphysical and the physical. In the Shadow of a Badge: A Memoir about Flight 93, a Field of Angels, and My Spiritual Homecoming takes readers on a dramatic journey of what happens when Leonardi’s two distinct realities intertwine.
During her work at the Flight 93 crash site in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, and as a result of the fateful events of September 11th, 2001, Leonardi was forced to confront her connection to the divine—something she has struggled with since youth. Her stirring personal account of the 12 days she spent acting as an FBI liaison carries readers into a world that combines the factual and logistical with the angelic and mystical.
After witnessing what she describes as a “field of angels” during her first hours at the crash site, Leonardi must finally reconcile the opposing sides of her life. Readers walk with her through the diagnosis of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), experience the guilt and fear that grip her, and share in the remarkable transformation of her soul as she discovers that forgiveness—of self and others—can be the best remedy.
As an inspiring example of what it means to be called to service, Leonardi shows that it’s never too late to find your spiritual path and life’s purpose.
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Ask Ms Bodacious Proudly Presents and Exclusive Interview with Singer & Song Writer Carrone Jones
Thursday, April 2, 2015 at 8pm EST
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Carronne Jones is an award winning National Recording artist. She is a Maryland native and graduate from Morgan State University in Baltimore, Maryland.
Like many, Carronne’s musical career started as a child singing in her church’s choir. However, most singers are not fortunate enough to have songwriters, producers, & musicians as parents.
Being around her parents, Bishop Dr. Carroll & Rev. Dr. Jacqueline Jones, allowed Carronne to learn from and be exposed to some of the best musicians, producers, and National Gospel Recording artists. It can truly be said that the musical expressiveness and creativity around Carronne ignited a fire in her that exist to this day.
Carronne has been gracing venues with her Soulful sound and a featured artist at the Black Heritage Arts festival in Baltimore, MD., National Public Radio, Charm City Improv, Eubie Blake National Jazz Institute & Cultural Center, Howard University’s Homecoming, The Baltimore Convention Center, The Lyric Opera House in Baltimore, Md., Prayzefest Gospel Hour TV show (Atlanta, Georgia), HGS Radio Concert, and AFRAM. Additionally, she has shared the stage with Vickie Winans, David Chance formerly of Ruff Endz; Kindred the Family Soul, Frank McComb, Jae Deal, Stellar award winners, Jessica Greene, Isaiah Thomas, Ernest Pugh, and many others. Additionally, she is a featured artist in the Entertainment segment of “The Baltimore Times”, Carronne is committed to sharing the good news locally and abroad. Her musical influences are defined in her vocals, lyrics, and tracks. She truly believes in “singing for the soul.”
"Tiq Milan is the Senior Media Strategist of National News at GLAAD. Before joining GLAAD, Tiq was a mentor and teacher at the Hetrick-Martin Institute, an LGBT youth service organization. He was featured in a national media campaign for Live Out Loud's Homecoming Project, is a contributing author to the anthology Trans Bodies, Trans Selves, and is the Co-Chair for the LGBT taskforce of the National Association of Black Journalists. He has done on-air interviews for CNN, BlackEnterprise.com , Al Jazeera America, MTV, Huff Post Live and MSNBC. He has penned articles for BET.com , Rolling Stone , The New York Times, The Source, Vibe and others on issues facing the LGBT movement. He has been featured as a Black LGBT leader on Ebony.com and BET.com. Tiq is the former editor-in-chief of IKONS magazine, an LGBT pop culture magazine, and has been a freelance pop culture journalist for several years, interviewing people from like Jay-Z to Cicely Tyson. He documented his transition in the films U People and Realness."
For an extended bio please visit tiqmilan.com
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#MyRealTalkRadio interviews Oxygen Bad Girls Club Star: Raquel "ROCKY" Santiago.
Rocky Santiago from "Bad Girls All Star Battle," whose full name is Raquel Santiago, stars in the Oxygen reality competition series. Santiago was originally on "Bad Girls Club: Atlanta," Season 10 of the reality docu-series. She entered the house in the fifth episode as a replacement for Nicole Vargas, who voluntarily left the house in the fourth episode after multiple physical altercations with Valentina Anyanwu. She knows the power of a pretty face after being crowned homecoming queen in high school and winning several modeling competitions. She isn't afraid of causing controversy with anyone who tries to get in her way. This competitive tomboy hopes to win the competition so she can give back to her mom and start a charity to combat bullying.