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From The Heart: Poetry From Within

From The Heart: Poetry From Within T.T. Taylor (Author) Publication Date: April 7, 2014 This book is an artistic way of speaking the thoughts that some can not express. Thoughts of love,sex,erotic desires and lust are often thought of as something to be kept hidden. Not so… In fact, this book will be used as a catalyst for those who ...

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Shanee Ransom – Exclusive Interview

preyin on faith

Preyin’ on Faith: An Interview with Director/Producer/Playwright Shanee Ransom In July, I had the pleasure of experiencing ‘Preyin’ on Faith’, a wonderful, original three-act gospel musical written and directed by Shanee L. Ransom. Utilizing original songs, phenomenal local actors and an amazing live band, ‘Preyin’ on Faith’ addressed many issues that occur within “the church” including pregnancy out of wedlock, ...

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Georgia Anne Muldrow – Pop Iconz


Georgia Anne Muldrow – Pop Iconz || Official Music Video Published on Aug 27, 2014 The Anaconda Killer takes aim at mainstream mindlessness! Vocals by Georgia Anne Muldrow. Produced by Chris Keys. Directed by Chuck NLV Georgia Says: “We as parents have to walk a very fine line between being watchful and overprotective of what our kids are exposed to…and ...

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ILLiptical “Ancient Revolution”


Published on Oct 7, 2013 “Ancient Revolution,” performed by Albany poet ILLiptical at Proctors Theater in Schenectady, NY Video by Robert Cooper.

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Duron Chavis: Urban Renewer Exclusive Interview


Duron Chavis started his career in community advocacy as first a volunteer then an employee of the Black History Museum and Cultural Center of VA. He worked as a museum coordinator developing programs and conducting guided tours for groups of all ages and backgrounds. In 2003 he founded the highly acclaimed Happily Natural Day festival as a grassroots effort to ...

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Green Tea : Tea, Pills or Powder?


Green tea has been around for quite some time now… for, say, a couple of thousand years in mankind’s history? It’s the Japanese nowadays who are particularly keen on enjoying their green tea: their entire green tea market is barely enough to supply the massive local demand. There’s no denying the fact that green tea is healthy. From lowering cholesterol ...

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