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Join The Gist of Freedom, Arts and Activism with Antonia Badon and Harlem Shakespeare Festival founder DEBRA ANN BYRD!
Ms. Byrd [Festival Founder & Producing Artistic Director] is the Founder of Take Wing And Soar Productions where she currently serves as Chief Executive and Producing Artistic Director. Ms. Byrd has guided the company's growth from its birth in 1999 into a viable support organization serving women, youth, classical artists of color and theater arts groups throughout New York.
The African Grove Theater was A Shakespearean Playhouse Founded in 1816 by Activist William Brown. It was mysteriously burned to the ground.
In 1816 William Brown a retired African American ship steward bought a house in Manhattan on Thompson Street. He used his garden in his backyard to host social events. They were such a big hit that people traveled from all over NY to attend. An all-black theatre troupe and company grew out these tea garden performances.
Riding the success of the theater, Brown later built a fully-fledged performance space on the second floor of his home
– for an audience of more than 300 – at 165 Mercer St., just south of Houston St.
JOIN THE MEGAPOWERS DOMINKNOSO AND MYSELF AS WE DISCUS INTERRACIAL DATING
WITH SPECIAL GUEST BLOG WRITER/ COMEDIAN NIKKI FRIAS
Hospitals, particularly Children's Hospitals like All Children's Hospital in St. Petersburg, are a treasure to the communities they serve. With that amazing connection comes a big responsibility to communicate effectively with the people in the region.
On our next show, we're going to visit with Danielle Rotolo, former news anchor and current Media Relations Specialist here at All Children's Hospital. We'll learn about Danielle's background, as well as the important role she plays interacting with many different customers including the media.
Join us at 12:30 eastern time on September 3rd for our next episode of #ACHradio!
Join the conversation with Marcus Big Spence Spencer, producer, actor and first time film director and Danny Tisdale on The Danny Tisdale Show as they talk about his new film at the Harlem Film Festival, growing up in Oakland, Will Smith, Octavia Spencer, Harlem's Danny Glover, Forest Whitaker and his favorite place in Harlem.
Listen to the show here which was recorded at 3 pm, Monday, September 15th, EST.
Check out his website www.bigspence.net.
Listen to The Danny Tisdale Show on HW Podcast as he speaks with community leader C. Virginai Fields about her upcoming event with The National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS, that is presenting the “WINNING at Living” Leadership Breakfast on Thursday, September 18, 2014, being a NY City Council representative in Harlem and Manhattan Borough President.
The show is from a live taping on Friday, September 12th, 2014.
Any questions please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or go to our website at harlemworldmag.com.
Sometimes you wish it was fantasy, but it's not. The reality this week has been crazy . . . the video from TMZ, the controversy with Roger Goodell, the issues with the suspensions, domestic violence matters, and now the latest allegations of child abuse by an NFL player. All this, it's not wonder anyone has anytime to talk about the upcoming games. Well, I'll try to fit all that in, during the #MidNightHour which I always refer to as the
#MidNightFantasy show just to be able to #Hashtag that #MNF
Be sure to follow @SportFanatic_11 who will join in the converation and always has some great #sportstweets if you want some great #sportstweets ~ Thanks for listening and following @Sportsxmichelle
Chris, Tom and John discuss games that changed their lives.
Hard times are not foreign to those who identify themselves as born-again believer's. Overcoming hard times is the desire of all christians but breaking free is something that does not come easy. Join us as we reveal some fundamental keys that will help you determine what is needed to help you during a season of hard times. To find out more about our ministry or to donate a financial gift of support, go to our website at kogwoc.org All finanacial gifts are tax deductible.
What do we women want?
And can the question ever be satisfactorly answered? I am sure we know, however, no single answer can ever apply for the whole. And there in lies the 'situation'.
Tonight we return to our original program format; "What Women Want" ... Each topic under that may change week to week. Tonight it is ... 'Blurred Lines' .... What Is Off Limit?
Join in the discussion on communicating in relationships, and understanding the 'posture' in dealigs or personal interactions with other women and men.
Why is it the one thing that we desire most... which is interacting in intimate relations... is the very thing we seem to know the very least about?
Why can't we all just get along?
Has the game changed? Or does age or maturity effect the outcome or demise?
Join us tonight as we Get LIVE After Dark!
And also be sure to stay tuned in as we introduce a new segment called The Executive Corner... a little later in the show. Have questions? Want to share answers? Come on in... the water is fine!
Call in number is...(714) 333-3306 and wait for the prompts to speak with the hosts!
Betty Lewis & Diamond Ryan
On this episode of Carson's Corner, we welcome Harry Cason of the Zeitgeist Movement to discuss the up-coming People's Climate March and the October 5th, Zeitgest Media Festival, at the National Black Theatre, 2031 5th Ave., New York, NY.
Harry Cason has been teaching political science at the The City University of New York - College of Staten Island for over twenty years, and has been involved in the anti-war and social rights movement even longer.
Cason is presently writing a book on: U.S. Relations with Spain under Francisco Franco, and Spain’s Eventual Liberalization.
Cason is a member-supporter of the Zeitgeist Movement, because of its holistic-systemic response to the problems we presently face in the world, as opposed to the piecemeal and tweaking response that is typically offered-up these days.