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Writing My Wrongs: An Exclusive Interview with Shaka Senghor

The crack epidemic of the 1980s ravage Black communities across America. Countless young people were lost to addiction, death, or incarceration. Writing My Wrongs: Life, Death, and Redemption is a new memoir by Shaka Senghor that tells the story of the author’s 19-year stay in prison (7 of those years in solitary confinement) after being …

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MUSICAL ARTIST DAVID PIC CONLEY

David Pic Conley, consummate flutist, vocalist, song writer and musician is back on track. He has produced for singers such as Melba Moore, Burt Bacharach, Stanley Jordan, Regina Belle, Aretha Franklin and George Benson. In 1976, Conley joined the group Port Authority in Los Angeles. A year later he joined the group Mandrill and released …

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Miami’s Little Havana: A Shot of Coffee. A Slice of Cuba.

It’s just west of sleek Downtown Miami and just a few minutes away from golden beaches and turquoise surf – yet it’s a world apart. Cobblestone streets, charming shopkeepers, colorful murals, and monuments to Cuba’s heroes past and present. Little Havana is one of Miami’s most iconic neighborhoods. As Close As You Can Get to …

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RAE’S PLAYS: “THE AUDIENCE”

AUTHOR    PETER MORGAN DIRECTOR    STEPHEN DALDRY CAST HELEN MIRREN DYLAN BAKER GEOFFREY BEEVERS MICHAEL ELWYN JUDITH IVEY DAKIN MATTHEWS RICHARD McCABE ROD McLACHLAN RUFUS WHITE Having been well-received in London, THE AUDIENCE has travelled across the ocean and onto the Broadway stage. The play is a series of fictional vignettes peeking into the private meetings …

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Women’s History Month – Honoring a Legacy

March 8th, International Women’s Day has its roots in early 1900’s world and American History.  Women’s History Month is a result and has placed well-earned Honors upon the works and memories of very distinguished female leaders.  The legacy began with highlighting early women’s issues like Abolition of Slavery, Suffrage, Fair Labor Policies and eventually progress …

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