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Soledad O’Brien Book Talk & Signing Today

Like Facebook Google+ Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn CNN”s Soledad O’Brien will be at The Civil Rights Museum today from 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. for a book talk and signing to discuss her new book The Next Big Story: My Journey Through the Land of Possibilities. An award winning journalist, The Next Big Story chronicles her early years in broadcast journalism as well as her present position as one of cable news’ most respected correspondents. ~ For those familiar with her CNN series “Black In America” and her coverage during Hurricane Katrina and the earthquake in Haiti, tonight’s event is one you don’t...

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More Or Less: Talking with Skewby

Like Facebook Google+ Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn This past Friday, I had the pleasure of going to fellow Memphian Skewby’s private listening session for his latest release, More Or Less.  He’s had quite a busy year since the release of last year’s Proving You  Wrong since ’88 (he’s been featured in the Source’s Unsigned Hype column (April/May 2010), performed on MTV, and opened for Lil Wayne’s Farewell tour). Based on the positive responses he received at the listening session, he won’t be slowing down anytime soon. Skewby is definitely an artist to keep on your radar. He took some time...

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Strange Fruit Vintage Presents: Everyday People

Like Facebook Google+ Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn The weekend is here and while I’m looking forward to some rest (finally! this has been a crazy busy week), I’m also looking forward to The Everyday People Fall and Winter Fashion Show, produced and hosted by Shalishah “Petey” Franklin, owner of Strange Fruit Productions. One of the hardest working women I know, I was able to get her to take a few moments away from her work (the show is tonight at AIM Co-Op Studios (287 Madison Ave.) and give the NDLoop readers a little more insight into Strange Fruit Vintage. Tell...

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Sean Padilla brings the heat to Java Cabana

Like Facebook Google+ Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn When used correctly, social media is a wonderful thing. New people, new things, and new music come across your timeline daily (if you know where to look) and if you’re lucky, you might make some super cool connects. A few months ago I started following one of the most inspiring, funny, and impressive musicians that I’ve yet to meet: Sean Padilla (aka The Cocker Spaniels). Also affectionately known as “The Cookie Man” (he’s also a baker; I ordered some of the best macadamia nut cookies I’ve EVER had and got to sample his...

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Sketchbook, The Wiz, Karaoke, Hip-Hop, Oh My!

Like Facebook Google+ Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn The weekend is here and I have to say, I’m pretty stoked. It’s jam-packed with festivities so I have to find a way to fit in all in but I have to say, I love when my weekends are like this. I’m still waiting to get the word on Saturday’s activities but based on all there is to do Friday, Saturday may just have to be a day of rest! First up we have the Project Sketchbook: 2010 Exhibition at the Adam Shaw Studio (2547 Broad Avenue). Hosted by the Rozell Artists Guild,...

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1st Annual All Pink Gala

Like Facebook Google+ Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn October 16, 2010 Time: 7:00 PM- 12:00 AM Pink Palace Museum, 3050 Central Avenue, Memphis, TN 38111 It’s time to party with a purpose! Partikingz Inc., in association with TMalone Promotions & Marketing and Mix & Mingle Entertainment, is proud to present the 1st Annual All Pink Gala, an entertaining and fashionable social event held to benefit breast cancer awareness. Come and enjoy a fun night of mingling with your fellow Memphians at the historic Pink Palace Museum as we do our part to help raise money for breast cancer research. There will...

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