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  • 02:01

    SML 42

    in Current Events

    This week on Sunday Morning Live 10 a.m PDT Intro--isidra's Atlanta Review
    10:00 Tech & Pop:   Hannibal Tabu www.Komplicated.com (Tonight at 9 p.m.)
    10:15 JOBS-- Why You Might not be Getting One! with Stephana Metoyer, HR Consultant
    10: 30 Jobs Pt II:  Dean Jones, President, Southland Corporation www.IStartMonday.com
    10:55 Darlene Donloe Interviews Jeff Logan, Keyboardist. http://www.bssmntrcrds.com/
    11:10: Dr. Keith Black, Brain Surgeon, Part 2 (Recorded at the Mayme Clayton Museum.  Interviewed by Angela DeJoseph.  For Part I visit SML #41
    11:30  Candid Moments with Dr. Kwaku Person-Lynn Rep. Walter Fauntroy on the selling of America!
    12:00 Recap and sign off!
    Check for more details at:  Sunday Morning Live's blog  (www.SundayMorningLive.net).

  • 02:01

    SML 41

    in Current Events


    SML #41 Show Schedule: 10:00 Intro- Darlene Donloe's Entertainment report:  NAACP Theater Awards
    10:05 Clip: Dr. Ed Jackson, Jr., an Alpha, Executive architect MLK National Memorial Project"Why a Chinese Sculptor was Chosen."  
    10:08 Tech & Pop by Hannibal Tabu, www.Komplicated.com
    10:10 Donald Bakeer, author I Too Can Create Light and Cris, the book made into the hit movie South entral.
    11:00 Excerpts:  Dr. Keith Black speaks at the Mayme Clayton Museum; interviwed by Angela De Joseph.
    11:30 Dr. Kwaku interviews 9th grader who wants to follow in Dr. Keith Black's footsteps.
    11:40 Sunday Morning Live.net review
     
    Sunday Morning Live:  Have a show idea? Email us at info@SundayMorningLive.net.  We do not wish to focus on events, since people all over the country can tune in.  Rather, we want to discuss issues and profile interesting people and give news and information.
    We update the show page by Thursday of each week before the show and post to Sunday Morning Live's blog (www.SundayMorningLive.net).

  • 02:00

    Wanda's Picks Radio

    in Art

    Oren Rudavsky, Producer/Director, "To Educate a Girl," http://www.toeducateagirl.com/ In 2000, 110 million children in the world were not in school—two thirds of them were girls. In 2010, filmmakers Frederick Rendina and Oren Rudavsky traveled to Nepal and Uganda, two countries emerging from conflict and struggling with poverty, to find the answer to one question: What does it take to educate a girl? The film screens at the Mill Valley Film Festival at the Rafael Film Center, Oct. 16, 3:45 PM; Judy Irola
    Producer/Director, also has a film in the closing weekend of the MVFF: "Niger ’66, A Peace Corps Diary," Friday, Oct. 15, 7 PM at the Rafael Film Ctr. & Sun., Oct. 17, 2:30 PM at Sequoia in Mill Valley. Visit mvff.org. After serving two years in the Peace Corps in Niger, Africa (1966-68) Irola returned to San Francisco where she went to work for KQED-TV in their documentary film unit. Now she is an esteemed professor at the University of Southern CA, where she holds the Conrad Hall Chair in Cinematography (endowed by George Lucas and Steven Spielberg) at USC’s School of Cinematic Arts. AlterTheater Ensemble kicks off its expanded season with Intimate Apparel, a beautiful play about pursuing your dreams against the odds by Lynn Nottage, winner of 2009’s Pulitzer Prize. Company co-founder Jeanette Harrison ("Mrs. Van Buren") and associate artist Dawn Scott ("Esther"), Rebecca Frank ("Mayme"), Matt Jones ("George") join us. The play runs through October 31 (extended). Visit altertheater.org or call (415) 454-2787. Henry Grimes & Roscoe Mitchell close the show. These two musical giants appear this evening, Friday, October 15, 2010, 8 PM in a duet concert at CNMAT (Center for New Music & Audio Technologies), 175O Arch St., Berkeley, CA, 9472O, $15, 51O-643-999O, http://cnmat.berkeley.edu/event/2011/10/15/henry_grimes_roscoe_mitchell ... We feature the music of Henry Grimes this show from Profound Sound Trio: Opus de Life and Henry Grimes Rashid Ali: Spirits Aloft.

  • 01:30

    The Buzz with Karen E. Quiones Miller

    in Culture

    We're Doing It Gangster Friday (5/9)The controversial book is out and creating a buzz. Karen E. Quiones Miller is back with us to talk about it and her new project on self publishing. Plus feedback to your comments posted on the youtube of the interview with Mrs. Mayme Hatcher Johnson, widow of the notorious Bumpy Johnson.

  • 01:30

    Filmmaker Spotlight "Harlem Godfather, The Rap on My Husband Ellsworth 'Bumpy' Johnson"

    in Film

    Just weeks after the passing of Mayme Hatcher Johnson, widow of the legendary Harlem gangster, Bumpy Johnson, Havenotz Entertainment has optioned the film rights to her book, Harlem Godfather: The Rap on My Husband, Ellsworth "Bumpy" Johnson.

    "Growing up, I heard about the exploits of Bumpy Johnson. Not just about his criminal activities, but also all of the good he did in his community, and how his community loved him," said Sardar "Candyman 187" Khan, CEO of Havenotz Entertainment, when announcing the optioning.Films, Life, and Positive Thoughts

  • 02:00

    Urban Literary Review

    in Books

    Author Karen E. Quinones- Miller and Mayme Hatcher Johnson (wife of Bumpy Johnson), "Harlem Harlem Godfather: The Rap On My Husband, Ellsworth Bumpy Johnson is the first complete biography of a man who for years was Harlem s best kept, and most cherished secret.

    Also on Tuesday we talked to Author Capone who has a forthcoming novel under lifechanging books entitled, " Marked"