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Richmond’s Donte Clark, the King of Spoken Word?

September 20, 2015

Donte Clark, otherwise known on the streets of his hometown of Richmond as Tay, is the subject of a new film called “Romeo is Bleeding,” along with a sista by the name of Harmony. They set out to collectively transform “Romeo and Juliet” into a theater piece depicting the Richmond streets of today. This masterfully told cinematic story will be screening at the Matatu Festival of Stories on Thursday, Sept. 24, 7 p.m., at 645 W. Grand Ave. in Oakland.

Wanda’s Picks for June 2012

June 3, 2012

I would like to wish all the fathers a blessed and happy Fathers’ Day 2012. It is a hard time to be a parent of a youngster, not to mention an adolescent or youth. The challenges are great, in direct proportion to the rewards. I’d like to congratulate the young fathers who are stepping up and participating in their children’s lives, especially when society equates parenting with one’s largess or paycheck.

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Veteran producer Jay King becomes an ‘Open Book’ with intimate new release

May 24, 2011

There’s no reason why Jay King’s new release, “Open Book,” should not be listed at the top of the Adult Contemporary charts. Jay King is a long time music veteran and a founding member of gold and platinum recording groups Timex Social Club and Club Nouveau.

The world is watching India: an inner-view of singer India.Arie

June 15, 2009

One of the definite queens of soul music, folk guitarists and amazing song writers of our time is India.Arie. She has been nominated numerous times for Grammys, but more importantly she has been one of the symbols, within this decade, of dark skinned talented Black women musicians rising to prominence. Mainstream media in America, since its inception, has been about destroying the image of African people.

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