Entertainment

This documentary is all about a D.C. music style you probably didn’t know existed

Feb 24th, 2017 | By

In the 1960s, inside the clapboard duplexes of Southeast D.C., a new style of blues was born. Fleet-fingered teenagers with omnivorous musical appetites cooked up an Americana gumbo that married the blazing tempos of bluegrass with fresh, jazzy chords. That scene, and its foremost practitioner — a virtuosic guitar player named Danny Gatton — are
[continue reading…]

Please SHARE and help make the world a better place! All you have to do is click below...


ANACOSTIA’s Anthony Anderson Speaks to the Power of Daytime Drama to Tackle Sensitive Issues in New Interview

Feb 24th, 2017 | By

As ANACOSTIA streams its fifth season, showrunner Anthony Anderson talks tackling male rape, gentrification, the future of east coast soap opera, and the responsibilities of African American storytelling in a new interview with Benjamin Bryant. Read more @ PR Web

Please SHARE and help make the world a better place! All you have to do is click below...


Colleagues Remember Former D. C. Council Member H.R. Crawford

Feb 23rd, 2017 | By

Saint Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Southeast D.C. was filled with elected officials, community leaders and a diverse quilt of political icons on Feb. 18 paying their final respects to former Ward 7 D.C. Council Member H.R. Crawford. Born Hazle Reid Crawford in Winston Salem, N.C. on Jan. 18, 1939, Crawford adopted the nickname H.R.
[continue reading…]

Please SHARE and help make the world a better place! All you have to do is click below...


RIP Emerson “DJ Spyda’ Gibson

Feb 23rd, 2017 | By
spida

On Tuesday, February, 14 (Valentine’s Day), many of us had our hearts broken when we got the very sad news that our beloved Emerson “DJ Spyda’ Gibson had passed. I remember the moment vividly.  I had just left the Kenny Lattimore concert and was thinking of going to Adam’s Morgan for more LIVE music when my
[continue reading…]

Please SHARE and help make the world a better place! All you have to do is click below...


Early Bird Registration Begins March 1, for the 7th Annual Independent Gospel Artists Alliance Conference

Feb 19th, 2017 | By

Independent Gospel Artists Alliance, Inc. presents the 7th Annual IGAA Conference. July 6 – 8, 2017 at Held at Queen’s Chapel UMC, 7410 Old Muirkirk Road, Beltsville, MD. 20705 Co-presented by Phillip Carter and Minister Earl Bynum, the Independent Gospel Artists Alliance Conference is an opportunity to provide wisdom and expert assistance and support to advance Independent
[continue reading…]

Please SHARE and help make the world a better place! All you have to do is click below...