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Evita M. Castine - Emmy Award winning producer

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Added by COLOREDPEOPLE.NET on November 29, 2012 at 2:00am — No Comments

Somalian Famine

For the Families of Somalia




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Added by Lydell Jackson on August 12, 2011 at 3:30pm — No Comments

Happy Independence Day?

 

 

I recieved an email from a very good friend reminding me of the speach by Frederick Douglass about America's "Independence Day" and what it meant to those that it was intended for as well as what it meant for others that were not able to…

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Added by Lydell Jackson on June 30, 2011 at 8:00pm — 2 Comments

The 5th Dimension Induction to St. Louis Walk of Fame! Join us!





Tania-Maria Xavier attended the induction ceremony on March 18, 2010 and will bring you some interviews of this celebrated event. Lamonte McLemore, Billy Davis and Jarred Townson (Sho-Tyme), Ron Townson's grandson were presented with a plaque. Tania-Maria Xavier also presented them with an illustration "St. Louis Native Sons" by Andre Harris in memory of Ron Townson.



Sadly, Marilyn McCoo tripped on a rug, fell and broke her hip and was not present and…

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Christopher Batten - A Lifetime of Colors

Christopher Batten - A Lifetime of Colors



Christopher Batten was born and raised in Detroit, MI.



Chris was influenced by his talented family, including his father, and began drawing at the tender age of four.



In middle school his teachers cultivated his talents when he was exposed to various techniques including opaque painting which helped prepare him for a rigorous High School Art Program.… Continue

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Cherene Snow - From "Cooley High" to "Black Pearl Sings"!

Cherene Snow was born and bred in Chicago Il, South side.

She did her first film Cooley High (Played Preach’s younger sister) when she was 13. She studied drama in high school and got a Bachelor’s in Theatre from Illinois State University.…

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Added by COLOREDPEOPLE.NET on March 21, 2009 at 1:00am — No Comments

Chuk Barber - Part of a Signature Trademark



Playing drums since he was eleven years old, Chukinho has had sticks in his hands for over 40 years. A student of legendary jazz drummer, Hal Blaine, Chukinho was a grounding member in many garage bands in the early 60s. He founded the Virginia/North Carolina-based premiere jazz group “Heroes” in the late 70s. Moving to New Orleans in 1986, he co-founded “Casa Samba,” New Orleans’ first Samba School. After many trips to Rio de Janeiro and Salvador, Bahia, to hone his skills, Chukinho was… Continue

Added by COLOREDPEOPLE.NET on February 23, 2009 at 8:00pm — 2 Comments

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