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Monday, March 30, 2009

A Treat for Atlanta-area Theater Goers

miss evers' boys EXTENDED through April 5, 2009!!!

This play was a 1992 Pulitzer Prize Nominee... It was written by David Feldshuh and is directed by Kenny Leon


Starring Jasmine Guy, T.C. Carson & Eugene Lee at the

Southwest Arts Center
915 New Hope Road
Atlanta, Georgia 30331

According to the true colors theatre company's website... miss evers boys "is
an eye-opening drama about the Tuskegee Study, a scar on American history where 339 African-Americans were denied treatment for syphilis and deceived by the United States Public Health Service. Chronicled through the experiences of a nurse who attempts to aid four men in the study but is thwarted by self-serving doctors and Washington bureaucracy."

The play also features E. Roger Mitchell, Eric Little, Enoch King and Bart Hansard. The play's choreography was done by Patdro Harris and the music was composed by Dwight Andrews.

For more information on miss evers' boys or to find where to buy tickets click here to visit true colors.

Saturday, March 28, 2009

President Obama in Cyber Space ???



President Barack Obama became the first president in history to hold an online town hall meeting simultaneously with a "live audience" meeting in the East Room of the White House earlier this week. Internet users submitted more than 104,000 questions online at whitehouse.gov before the meeting. President Obama answered questions on such topics as unemployment, healthcare, education, veterans issues, the economy, the housing market, and of course balancing the U.S. budget. Obama joked at one point about the most popular question from his online audience — whether he favored legalizing marijuana and could that turn around the economy. "I don't know what this says about the online audience," he said with a smile, adding that he opposed legalizing the illicit drug.


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video of the President's Town Hall Meeting:




Online Town Hall from White House on Vimeo


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Friday, March 20, 2009

You’ll Love ZEN ZUU !

If You Like MySpace or FaceBook…….. You’ll Love ZEN ZUU !


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Friday, March 13, 2009

Find Lost Friends Today

My friend Opal invited me to join this site and I was thrilled! Sign up for a free account and start looking for old friends in minutes! Ever wonder what happened to your high school sweetheart? Join MyLife today and start searching! New profiles are added every day. Click the banner below for more information.




Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Mr Warren goes to Washington!



Congratulations to Mr Charles Warren on his first official trip to Washington, DC! Click this link to see the full video coverage. Mr Warren is a newly elected Commissioner from Brunswick County, North Carolina.


Sunday, March 8, 2009

Rucker visits Champion Theme Middle in Stone Mountain


Last semester, actor Lamman Rucker, took time out of his busy schedule to speak to seventh grade English students at the Champion Theme Middle School in Stone Mountain, GA.


Rucker, a former teacher himself, shared some timely information about proper monologue delivery and how to perform dramatic orations. You may remember him as hunky Sheriff Troy who becomes enamered with Sheila (played by Jill Scott) in Tyler Perry’s Why Did I Get Married? He has also played roles on tv shows All My Children (Garrett; Mimi Reed’s finance), Half & Half (Chase, Mona’s boyfriend) and All of Us (Rick Harris) and in movies Meet the Browns (Will) and I’m Through with White Girls (Drake Moore).


Lamman Rucker with movie co-star Jill Scott



You can read the entire story on the DeKalb County Schools website