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Tonight's edition of Center Stage focused on the HOT TOPICS in the news headlines from across the country. We spoke with the Angela Darden Tyson the sister of Jermaine Darden who was killed by Fort Worth police in May of 2013. She explained what happened the night her brother died and also said she would fight to have tasers banned in the United States. We also looked at is amnesty for illegal immigrants, the Las Vegas shooting by Jared Miller and his wife Amanda that killed two cops and a bystander and the power of speaking things into existence.
The homeless situation is a problem all over. We are finding that more and morecollege students are homeless. What can we do to help these individuals. Here to give us some tips on how he handles the homeless situation in the DMV area is Jermaine Hampton.
Jermaine Hampton brings a wealth of experience to the table as Director for both the AimHire Job Placement/Housing Program and the Before Thirty Youth and Young Adults Program. Before joining the Friendship Place team in Feb 2011, Jermaine worked as a government contractor for Montgomery County as a Specialist in employment services, education, and training. In addition to his workforce development background Jermaine also has a great deal of experience in staffing, business management, marketing, advocacy, fundraising, and the nonprofit HR field.
Under Jermaine’s leadership, Friendship Places AimHire program has received the Tyler Christian Rusch Help the Homeless Award from Metropolitan Memorial United Methodist Church and a Certificate of Appreciation from the DC Department of Employment Services “for being a valued partner through Mayor Gray’s One City One Hire Initiative.” Jermaine is a current member of the National Association of Workforce Development Professionals and was honored with their 2015 Leadership Award. Jermaine holds a Bachelor of Science from Virginia State University.
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- PanAm Games:
* The Closing Updates;
- Voices of the Nations (VON) 2015 PraiseFest at Yonge & Dundas Square on August 1, 2015:
* Live on air interview with Pastor Peter Ruparelia of Voices of the Nations (VON):
* Live on air interview with Gospel Dancehall Reggae Recording Artist DJ Evangelist on the Caribbean Segment of the Voices of the Nations (VON) 2015 PraiseFest;
* The musical stylings of some of the amazing international gospel reggae and gospel soca recording artists performing at the Voices of the Nations (VON) 2015 PraiseFest Gospel Segment such as Jermaine Cowan and Minister Kay Morris;
- Our annual Gospelbana celebration in honour of Toronto's Caribana and Barbados' Crop Over Caribbean Festivals. Caribbean Gospel Music from around the world with artists such as Emrand Henry, Eddie Neblett, Jadee, Rizon, Mr.J, Toronto Mass Choir, Gozzy and many others;
- Some other fun favourites from the Reggae & Soca world music.
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It's been a while, but the show is back and better as ever! Football is just days away! Hosts Jess and Seth catch up the listeners on the latest with the Arizona Cardinals -- signings and and history. There is a woman coach! They discuss the impact and also the impact of and expectations for newly signed TE Jermaine Gresham.
After that, it is a preview of training camp, which starts August 31 and fans can see the first practice on August 1.
All eyes are on whom? What are the biggest position battles? What are the overstated stories? And then there will be hot takes -- what will be the surprises of camp?
in Self Help
Meet Paul “Arbil” Higgins, singer, actor, and more. Born in Kansas City, Missouri, but raise in Compton, California, Paul L. “Arbil” Higgins played in the marching band trumpet and was active in drama class before graduating from Dominguez High School in 1974. Two years later and after studying cosmetology, he created the new look of the group, Switch, and became the personal hair stylist of Jermaine Jackson for the cover of his Let’s Get Serious album.
In 1992 Paul had a role in the movie, The Mambo Kings. Subsequentlyhe became a member of the Screen Actors Guild and the ASCAP. Later he garnered a major role in the movie, Riot, and landed another role in The Replacement Killers. In 2002 he studied to become a film director at American Film Institute and in 2004 he uploaded on YouTube the first all Afro-American soap opera entitled, Paternal Longings, Mini Soap, Parts One and Two; and a video poetry entitled The Face of Crazy. Paul’s debut album, Love Me, was produced in 2007 by Michael Mann.
Currently, Paul is active at St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church in Los Angeles as a Minister of Music. Additionally, because community service is very important to him, he actively coaches baseball with at risk-youth for the Baldwin Hills Park community. He supports community organizations such as the YMCA, the Dept. of Social Services, and the Foster Parenting Assn.
Networking, politics and charity drives surround his everyday activities. A bachelor, Paul humbly resides in Los Angeles.
Visit Arbil at www.facebook.com/thaaudition
Jermaine Houston is bringing the heat from the pressbox with a newly innovative sports show all about the one thing he loves, SPORTS. Episode One will be discussing Big Ten Football Conference predictions for the upcoming 2015 College Football Season to begin on September 5, 2015. Tune In to listen to great commentary about football and more. Call in at 646.378.0298 press 1 to speak with the host or any special guest who may be on the air with him. Let's go tailgating with the crew!
Jonathan began playing on a marching snare drum at the tender age of six. By the age of eight, he began playing school dances, talent shows, and house parties locally. At age ten, Jonathan began playing in nightclubs with his two older brother’s band. “They’d sneak me in through the back door and I’d play the gig till 1:00 or 2:00 am. My parents said as long as I didn’t go by the bar, and my brothers watched me, it would be ok! I’d get paid too!! It was great”!! After about 3 years with his brother’s band, he joined another local group and showcased his gifts. In the years that followed, from age 12 to 23, he performed locally with several prominent bands throughout the region and built up his reputation, which led to his stage name, “Sugarfoot”. Then in January 1979, Jonathan drove out and moved to Los Angeles to pursue his goals and aspirations. After arriving in Los Angeles in January 1979, he was in contact with Jermaine Jackson and his brothers, and the groups, Undisputed Truth and New Birth. Formal requests from these artists were considered but Jonathan decided to join, The Jacksons. After just five weeks in Los Angeles, Jonathan embarked upon his first major tour with the Jackson Family in the spring of 1979.
Jonathan was a success, and two more U.S. Tours with the Jackson’s followed in the winter of 1979 and the other in the Spring/Summer of 1981. His career was off to an incredible start, 1982 was packed with two additional tours, one in the spring with Patti Austin and in the fall with the R&B funk group Cameo. The Jackson relationship again resumed for the massive 1984 Jacksons’ Victory Tour,which occupied the greater part of that year.
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SPECIAL GUEST : JERMAINE THE DEFINITIVE & AJEE DA POET
Erotic love poems express passionate emotions of lust, desire, intense intimacy, and the like. It's glorious to be able to lose yourself in the primal desires of men and women at the most basic element.
This steamy poetry show features original creations by both poets specifically for your enjoyment
Jermaine Houston is bringing the heat from the pressbox with a newly innovative sports show all about the one thing he loves, SPORTS. Episode One will be discussing Big 12 Football Conference predictions for the upcoming 2015 College Football Season to begin on September 5, 2015. Tune In to listen to great commentary about football and more. Call in at 646.378.0298 press 1 to speak with the host or any special guest who may be on the air with him. Let's go tailgating with the crew!
You need to know how to work a computer just to use your telephone these days. Ask any person over 60 with a smart phone. They have to call their smart child or grandchild to help them figure it out. Technology is rapidly changing the way we do business, and the world is without walls and boundaries. The only limitations are the limits of ones imagination. Today we talk to those who are opening the doors of science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM) in order to help students go full steam ahead toward careers that empower them and launch them into the international business arena. In our first hour we'll hear from Rev. Janette Wilson, National Director of PUSH Excel and Senior Advisor to Rev. Jesse Jackson. Later on, we'll be joined again by the rising inspirational music artist Jermaine Cherry, known as Kingdom, and we'll explore how technology gives musical artists an opportunity to create big band sounds behind vocals, and record and distribute music as independent artists, and develop their own production companies.
Jermaine Houston is bringing the heat with a newly innovative sports show all about the one thing he loves, SPORTS. Episode One will be discussing Pac-12 Football Conference predictions for the upcoming 2015 College Football Season to begin on September 5, 2015. Tune In to listen to great commentary about football and more. Call in at 646.378.0298 press 1 to speak with the host or any special guest who may be on the air with him. Let's go tailgating with the crew!
Special Guests and More (Subject to Change)
Torrance Rudd - @TorranceRudd
DJ Mix Masta Quik - @DJMixMastaQuik
Torrance Rudd, born Lantorrance Rudd, born in Valley, Alabama. Born and raised in a family filled with singers and musicians, Lantorrance innately inherited musical abilities. He began rapping at the age of 11. By the age of 16, he began writing and recording secular music. His heart was touched by God at the age of 18, and he accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior in which he dedicated himself and his music to glorifying God.
DJ Mix Masta Quik, The one and only DJ Mix Masta Quik - Check him out Every Saturday at 8PM ET ON 81HipHop. Born in Toledo, OH. Introduced to Disc Jockeying at an early age. Performed first practice radio spot at a station called WKLR in Toledo at about the age of nine. Grew up idolizing a jock out of Detroit, MI. by the name of Electrifying Mojo. A living legend in the Motor City till this day. There is very little doubt that Mojo was a major influence in becoming a DJ.