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I tried to make it clear, what we’ve been through and where we’re going. The people who serve……
Dr. Goddess is Speaking!
Come Flash Mob Dance with Dr. Goddess for Pgh CASA!
Pittsburgh CASA Rally for Children Flash Mob Dance with Dr. Goddess! First rehearsal, followup rehearsals, website for registration: http://rally4childrenflashmobpgh.eventbrite.com, Call for dancers & non-dancers, join us for the rally on Thursday, May 19, Noon, in front of the City County Building in Downtown Pittsburgh!
Competition: Can We Play This Off?
Meet and Greet the Scholar-Athlete
Michael Moore Premieres “Capitalism: A Love Story” in The Burgh!
The AFL-CIO Conference is here and at the last minute, they were able to get Michael Moore to do the world premiere of his new documentary, “Capitalism: A Love Story”. He said it’s the culmination of his 20 years of filmmaking—and it shows. As usual, Moore interlaces old film clips
Build the Hill This Weekend!
Hey Folks, Last weekend, I opened for The Last Poets. Love them, love them, love them and excellent job, Kente Arts Alliance!I also unveiled my Sarah Palin character and that’s about the only time she’ll be a hit in my world. This weekend . . . Build the Hill! September
Pat Ford Blows the Whistle As He Resigns
Honestly, this letter of resignation speaks for itself. All I want to know, Mr. Ford is: 1. What happened the day the planning commission passed the plans for the Arena? 2. What happened the day the August Wilson home was supposed to go up for its Historic Designation (the first
It’s Been a Long Time . . .
I shouldn’t’ve left youwithout a dope beat to step to — Eric B & Rakim First up: I’m getting ready to pack up and be “gone fishing”. Can’t wait.This was a long year full of extensive drama (of all kinds) and your girl is bringing the curtain down in 3
East of Liberty II: The Fear of Us, Bakery Square
Today is May 19, Brother Malcolm X’s birthday. If that means something to you, great. If not, perhaps it should but I’m not forcing it on you. Let’s talk about the power of art, caring and sharing. The first time I saw Chris Ivey’s “East of Liberty: Part One”, I