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Philadelphia native Idris Bolton was raised in a single parent household by his father. Being home alone often he began engaging in sexual contact, which became a major vice for him. After high school graduation Idris started promoting events for artists such as Nicki Minaj, P. Diddy, Drake and more. He gained fame, money and great success which brought him lots of women and enemies.
Idris didn’t hold back on taking advantage of every opportunity he had to be with women who were willing to give themselves to him. Yet, there was one who captured his heart. She was a childhood friend whom he had a great bond with before the success. They soon began to build a relationship, but this didn’t stop him from stepping out when he wanted to. Facing problems in the city that made him successful, with the girl he loved, and his relationship with his father, Idris found himself with just him and God!
He received an invitation to go to church. First, he was reluctant about going because that wasn’t his custom, but made the decision to go anyway. After all, what else did he have to lose? Idris explained his experience as divine. It was the best thing he ever experienced. He felt like the Pastor was speaking directly to him. That day Idris accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior. Now, he was on a mission to get his girlfriend back, but she was still unwilling to be with him. She was pursuing a greater relationship with Christ and was unsure if going backwards was the move God wanted her to make. So, Idris spent this time alone getting to know the Lord. While still working in the field of event planning and promoting Idris still faced problems and temptations from women.
He received a calling from God and walked away from event promotions making up to $30,000 an event to follow and to be pleasing to God.
Winfree and Radulich review the latest Disney live action remake, The Jungle Book!
Raised by a family of wolves since birth, Mowgli (Neel Sethi) must leave the only home he's ever known when the fearsome tiger Shere Khan (Idris Elba) unleashes his mighty roar. Guided by a no-nonsense panther (Ben Kingsley) and a free-spirited bear (Bill Murray), the young boy meets an array of jungle animals, including a slithery python and a smooth-talking ape. Along the way, Mowgli learns valuable life lessons as his epic journey of self-discovery leads to fun and adventure.
Release date: April 15, 2016 (USA)
Director: Jon Favreau
Story by: Rudyard Kipling
Screenplay: Justin Marks
Music composed by: John Debney
The Jungle Book
The man-cub Mowgli flees the jungle after a threat from the tiger Shere Khan. Guided by Bagheera the panther and the bear Baloo, Mowgli embarks on a journey of self-discovery, though he also meets creatures who don't have his best interests at heart.
1. Brooke Doaks is a Healing Artist, Cultural Curator, Creative Director and Founding Curator of Goddessflow Presents. She is the author of "A Grey Soul." Brooke graduated from Columbia College Chicago with a B.A. in Visual Production and Marketing Communications. Follow the blog goddessflowpresents.be and visit her websitewww.brookedoaks.com for more awareness. Her Goddessflowpresents involves developing a series of workshops, community and spotlight events all highlighting the black feminine divine. Her next event at the Naming Gallery, 335 15th Street, in Oakland, April 29 honors, artist, activist, Regina Evans, who will perform excepts from "52 Letters," stories of sexual trafickking: entrapment, bondage and freedom.
2. Camilla Nielsson (Director), based in Copenhagen, studied documentary filmmaking at the Tisch School of the Arts and holds an M.A. in visual anthropology from New York University. She joins us to talk about "Democrats" which premieres on Independent Lens, Monday, April 18.
3. Rebroadcast of interview with Steven Anthony Jones, Artistic Director, Lorraine Hansberry Theatre presenting, "Thurgood," closing this weekend at AAACC. Visit lht-sf.org
4. IDRIS ACKAMOOR speaks to us about a new tour next month locally and internationally withThe Pyramids' new music:"We Be All Africans." Ackamoor is a multi-instrumentalist, composer, actor, tap dancer, producer, administrator, and director. He is the Founder and Co-Artistic Director of the multi-disciplinary San Francisco performance company Cultural Odyssey. Mr. Ackamoor has been honored with TWO Lifetime Achievement Awards for his extraordinary musical and theatrical contributions.
Rahiem Jerome Brooks is the breakout novelist with an overwhelming reservoir of criminal tales that motivate American denizen to be overprotective with their personal data, i.e. social security number, pin number, and account number. He is a member of the Mystery Writer's of America, and his debut street thriller, LAUGH NOW won 2010 African-Americans on the Move Book Club's Book of the Year & he earned 2011 AAMBC Author of the Year. LAUGH NOW also the Most Creative Plot at the DMV Expo's Creative Excellent Awards. Rahiem was also nominated as Self-Published Author of the Year at the 2011 African-American Literary Awards.
IDRIS WEUSI is my 10:00pm guest he will discuss legalizing marijuana in Michigan & the After bash Reggae Festival in Ann Arbor Michigan, April 7th from noon- until, performing artists Priest Haile Isreal and others... For more info call 313 205 8978
Winfree and Radulich review the latest from Walt Disney Animation, Zootopia!
From the largest elephant to the smallest shrew, the city of Zootopia is a mammal metropolis where various animals live and thrive. When Judy Hopps (Ginnifer Goodwin) becomes the first rabbit to join the police force, she quickly learns how tough it is to enforce the law. Determined to prove herself, Judy jumps at the opportunity to solve a mysterious case. Unfortunately, that means working with Nick Wilde (Jason Bateman), a wily fox who makes her job even harder.
Our guest this morning is Idris Jassim Al-Oboudi from Manhattan Beach Parks & Rec.
A nationally and internationally recognized Recreation and Parks professional and public speaker, Idris is a highly motivated, energetic, passionate leader with vision and a pragmatic approach to recreation issues and needs. He has developed programs that deliver quality recreation services in a cost-efficient manner and is committed to enhancing and preserving a high quality of life through a wide variety of leisure, cultural and community services in well-maintained facilities. Idris has 32 years of progressive experience in administrative and supervisory capacities. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Recreation and Administration and is a graduate of NRPA Pacific Marketing & Revenue Sources Management School.
Idris was recently selected for the 2015 California Park & Recreation Society Service Award of Excellence and Fellowship/Hall of Fame Recipient! This is the highest award achievable for a professional in the Parks and Recreation field in the State and this is the first time an employee of the City of Manhattan Beach has been chosen for this honor. The awards ceremony will take place on March 11 at the Hyatt Regency Sacramento. In addition, Idris is also celebrating his 30 year work anniversary in March.
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The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview celebrity Johnny Whitworth.
Johnny Whitworth is an American actor born in Charleston, SC, on October 31, 1975. Whitworth grew up moving throughout the south before heading to Los Angeles at age 15 to pursue his acting career.
Having appeared in over 40 film and television projects throughout his career, Whitworth has performed alongside some of Hollywood’s most notable talents: Bradley Cooper, Robert De Niro, Nicolas Cage, Idris Elba, Renée Zellweger, Angelina Jolie, Matt Damon, Claire Danes, Danny DeVito, Mickey Rourke, Jon Voight, Christian Bale and Russell Crowe, in films such as Limitless, Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, 3:10 to Yuma, Empire Records, Gamer, and Francis Ford Coppola’s The Rainmaker, to name a few.
In the early 90’s, he quickly achieved teen idol status after playing the wildly popular role of “A.J.” in the cult hit ,Empire Records. This came shortly after making one of his first acting debuts in the award-winning television series,Party of Five. Johnny also appeared, over a span of four years, in the beloved recurring role of “Detective Jake Berkeley” on the series CSI: Miami. Johnny recently returned to primetime television in the role of “Cage Wallace”, in Season Two of the popular series,The 100.
This comes after completing work in early 2014 on the dramatic independent film Bad Hurt, with co-stars Karen Allen, Michael Harney and Theo Rossi. Bad Hurt is a family drama set in Staten Island, New York in the late 90's. Johnny portrays “Kent Kendall”, a Gulf War Veteran suffering from PTSD among other elements, upon returning home from an intense military combat tour.
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While Ibbott is out and about Chris stops by to share some wisdom and dead air. Charles, Paul, and Chris show you what a Three Amigos sequel would have been like without Chevy as they mine the pop culture caves for the weekly riches.
Idris Elba confirmed for a movie adaptation of The Dark Tower, but will color/race be a factor, yet again? Seriously, we should all be so lucky to be Elbanians.
Deadpool fans went to see to see a sneak peek and stayed to see the WHOLE movie. How much more goodwill can this project garner with its fans?? Rumor has it that premiere night goody bags will include booze and vouchers for prostitutes! Michael Scott dies laughing at all the “tent pole saturation” in this episode.
Justice League vs. Teen Titans is coming to a DvD player near you. The guys discuss the potential of these two hot DC properties collide. What happens when the next generation is forced to sidekick their mentors?
You want lightsabers? We got lightsabers!! You want mandalorion-inspired tactical armor? We got mandalorion-inspired tactical armor!!
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Democratic run, Flynt, Michigan, are knowing poisoning their black voters.
For the second year in a row, the Academy has only nominated white actors and Jada Pinkett Smith is irked.
The 44-year-old actress aired her feelings on Facebook, even mulling a boycott of the award show.
"At the Oscars, people of color are always welcomed to give out awards, even entertain, but we are rarely recognized for our artistic accomplishments," Pinkett Smith wrote on Facebook and Twitter. "Should people of color refrain from participating all together?"
"People can only treat us in the way in which we allow," the "Magic Mike XXL" star added. "With much respect in the midst of deep disappointment, J."
“She thinks that if people do not speak out things will never change,” reports Rob Shuter of naughtygossip.com. “Most of the folks that vote are old white men. This has to change. She doesn’t care if speaking out hurts her career, she cannot sit silent anymore."
When the nominations were announced snubbing Will Smith (“Concussion”), Idris Elba “Beasts of No Nation”), and Samuel L. Jackson (“The Hateful Eight”), there was an immediate backlash on Twitter.
Objectors used the hashtag #OscarsSoWhite to highlight the fact that the only nomination for the critically acclaimed “Straight Outta Compton” when to the two white screenwriters, while “Creed,” a movie starring a black man and directed by a black man, only recognized Sylvester Stallone’s performance.
Why is Chris Brown done with playing the "nice guy"? What is the real reason why Janet Jackson is getting surgery? Why are the fans of Nicki Minaj not happy with her recent actions? Which two actors received high honors from the Queen of England? And will "Transformers 5" be the last one for Director, Michael Bay? Tune in to another edition of That's Entertainment! Your #1 source for entertainment news and pop culture, every Wednesday afternoon, with your host Tammy Jones-Gibbs, today at 1:00pm ET on www.blogtalkradio.com/tammyjones-gibbs or call in to listen at 347-637-2656. It might be a brand new year, but it's the same old Hollywood.
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