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Perle Noire and NYC Dulce Deleche will discuss the importance of singers in Burlesque and Vaudeville shows.Dulce Deleche is a Burlesque performer, Peggy Lee lover, jazz singer and glitter junkie. The caramel crooner of burlesque, has been sharing her curvaceous sensuality with the world of burlesque since 2006. Dulce spent nine months as a cast member in This Is Burlesque with the World Famous Pontani Sisters, has performed in several burlesque staples throughout New York City and was nominated for a Golden Pastie in 2008. Dulce is also a producer and creator of Dulce's Juke Joint. You can frequently catch her singing the standards at various New York City venues.
The Rhinestone Follies is a burlesque troupe dedicated to preserving the art of the classic burlesque. Heavily influenced by the girlie show of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Rhinestone Follies' monthly show at R Bar features hundreds of feathers, thousands of rhinestones, live music and sideshow entertainment. The glamour obsessed beauties who make up the troupe are Kita St. Cyr, Beelzebabe and Hazel Honeysuckle.
Artist Rod North talks about his love affair with Burlesque. Rod North has been drawing & painting since he could first pick up a crayon . All he ever wanted to do was paint beautiful women .In 2006 Rod learned about the Miss Exotic World Competition , AND WAS HOOKED . The world of Burlesque , with it's energy & excitement inspires Rod to no end . Actresses & Singing stars don't really interest Rod , but a woman with enough guts to get up on stage , dance & disrope in this classic American artform , now that's something to be obsessed over. We will discuss his Burlesque Super Star paintings.
Gin Minsky is one half of New York's famed 1920s tapping sensations, the Minsky Sisters. Gin started hitting the stage with taps on her feet at the tender age of five and hasn't looked back since.
Gin got her start as a classically trained dancer studying jazz, ballet, pointe, tap and modern - but tap seemed to stick as she and her sister, Kristen, hit the back streets of New York working every cabaret and vaudeville show in town.
With a short skirt and shorter hair, this flapper has been appearing all over New York, dolled up and charming crowds in venues like P.S. 122, The Players Club, Webster Hall, and Galapagos Art Space, to name a few. Gin has been featured in the line-up of popular NYC events including Dances of Vice, NYC Food & Wine Festival, Foreign Affairs, The Salon, and the Jazz Age Lawn Party. This hoofer also taps coast-to-coast, doing the Charleston in Los Angeles, twirling tassels in Providence, and flappin' everywhere in between.
With some hot jazz in the air and hooch in hand, this dame'll give you an edge... and how!
DuEwa Frazier, a writer, author, educator, and award-nominated poet was born in Brooklyn, New York and raised in St. Louis, Missouri. The author of the newly released young adult novel, Deanne in the Middle (2014), DuEwa is also the author of Goddess Under the Bridge: Poems(2013), Ten Marbles and a Bag to Put Them In: Poems for Children (2010), Stardust Tracks on a Road (2005), and Shedding Light From My Journeys (2002). She is the editor/publisher of the NAACP Image Award nominated (in Outstanding Literary Work, Poetry) anthology, Check the Rhyme: An Anthology of Female Poets and Emcees (July 2006), featuring the work of 50 internationally and nationally known women poets.
Check the Rhyme also received nominations from Writers Digest Publishing Award and African American Literary Award Show. She founded Lit Noire Publishing in 2002 and has produced numerous literary and performance events featuring poets, authors, and musicians across New York City,Baltimore, Atlanta, Berkeley, and Philadelphia.
DuEwa has been called a “gifted” poet. Her poetry has been published in Essence Magazine, Reverie Journal, Kweli Journal, Tidal Basin Review, Poetry In Performance, Drumvoices Revue, Black Arts Quarterly, X Magazine and other publications. In 2005 she featured in the documentary film “Rhyme and Reason.”
Writer, poet, and educator DuEwa Frazier draws from her life as a writer, work with youth as an educator and perspective as a woman who grew up learning from people of diverse backgrounds and cultures.
Talk radio personality Myron Norman (Food Men and Secrets) and CEO of Perle Entertainment and Media Tapatha S. Kendrick presents an interview with-- 2014 best female gospel artist nominee of the Sound of Soul Music Award Lady Jaz The Entertainer.
*Her voice has been described as unique, smooth, funky, and sultry. Her funky stage presence has been compared to the incomparable Chaka Khan but most say she has a unique style of her own. She is powerfully expressive, creative, and gracefully funky wich has crowned her "Queen Of Gospel Funk"
Lady Jaz is multi-talented. She has worked in television and radio broadcasting for over 30 years she is the Founder and Executive Producer of one of the hottest internet radio stations in America!
Join Host's Myron Norman and Tapatha S. Kendrick as we celebrate, honor, and share this intimate moment with "ya girl, ya friend, ya sista, ya cousin, ya auntie" and 2014 nominee for BEST FEMALE GOSPEL ARTIST of the SOUND OF SOUL MUSIC AWARDS Lady Jaz The Entertainer!
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African Americans are on everybodies minds these days.From the deepest bush in Africa to the Eskimo and to the average White Americans.But it seems no one really knows who we are after countless movies,documentaries,news reports,history books,museums ect.No one knows us at all.Tonight we will prove this.We will talk about the attacks on the Honorable Dr Umar Johnson as he is dedicated his life for the betterment of our people,by rouge hippos in the Black Lesbian community parroting for their Liberal Establishment benefactors.I believe this college he wants to build is essential to realizing our vision for a nation of our own.The fact that he is being attacked and Pan Africanism and any Black empowerment,traditionalism and Black culture are also being attacked.
Tonight we will introduce new termonolgy.Establishment Media and how to identify whether a blogger is a plant of the Establishment Media or are they part of the grassroot activism.There is an effort to silence Black alternative media,in order to incorporate it into the Left or Right Wing Establishment Media's agenda.So who are we?What is our purpose?Are we to live on the Democrat or Republican Plantations forever?Tonight we may have an important guest on.Mr David Alexander Hitt of the IAAC to discuss nationalism in 2014.
Madame Noire put out a story on 25 Inexpensive Dates For The I-Ain’t-Got-It Brother. Ladies this is why you will never find a good man with this kind of crazy thinking. WTF?
Ladies, Once you have applied some of these concepts to your love life, you will notice an almost immediate change! For the first time, you needn't fear men or your ability to relate to them, and this will come through clearly in your aura, and ability to attract and the right man for you. You will feel as though you have some control over what is happening in your love life, and it feels so empowering! Instead of sitting at the sidelines and witnessing your love life pass you by, you will feel like you are in control of what is happening to you, and this new-found empowerment you have will attract men you never imagined you could get! All the things you have learned about love in the past are limiting your ability to achieve the love you deserve, because in most instances you only get pieces of the puzzle. The odd article here or there, or a course that only takes you part of the way towards the relationship of your dreams. I'm not holding anything back here. I'm giving you ALL the tools and techniques necessary to not only attract the right man, but maintain his interest, develop a relationship, and get him to commit to you in a way that you have never experienced before.
Dr. Johnson attributes the gay rights movement to some sort of massive conspiracy by some unnamed culprit (I’m assuming he means the ever-elusive “white man”), to destroy the black community through population control. I kid you not. - See more at: http://madamenoire.com/441362/probably-good-idea-donate-dr-umars-johnsons-black-boy-academy-fundraiser/#sthash.V0TXpvLU.dpuf
Actor, writer, producer, director, are just a few of the hats worn by Quentin Tarantino; who’s films always seem to deliver. Whether the themes are old world, modern day, or a combination of both, his cinematic style always finds a receptive audience, and he never disappoints. In this episode we’ll look at how revenge plays a significant role in some of his more prolific and successful films. Joining us, to share his knowledge of the man and his movies, will be friend of the show, Mr. Carleton D. Price.
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