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Comedians wanted

If you are a rising comedian or the funniest friend out of your clique, then Tallapalooza needs you. Jay Elliot is a local comedian with a mission to help other aspiring comedians. Beginning on Oct. 13, Elliot will be the host of a weekly comedy night called Tallapalooza. The event […]

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New Google feature a big hit

Google recently released their newest online service, Google Voice. This new phenomenon is available by invitation only. I received my invitation a few days ago and I’m still amazed with it. Google tries something different when it comes to using a phone number. Instead of having a number assigned to […]

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LeBron James makes big screen debut in documentary

LeBron “King” James is known for his powerful dunks, camera worthy crossover and overall dominance on the court. But the Cleveland Cavaliers’ star is temporarily trading in his basketball jersey and Jordans for a movie script in his chance to shine on the big screen. “More than a Game”, is […]

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Pornographic images common

Bored at my aunt’s house on a scorching hot day in the summer of July 1998, my younger cousin and I were channel surfing. My aunt was gone to work so we were home alone. Nothing was on TV and it was too hot in Jacksonville to make us want […]

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Christian artist serves up biblical rhymes

Many music artists feature guest artists on their albums to enhance the sound of certain tracks. Independent Christian hip-hop artist Jonathan Snell has no exception when it comes to his music album, “Almost There.” In fact, Snell claims he isn’t the main writer, Christ helped. Snell is only a vessel. […]

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Microsoft’s Zune HD comes out on top

For those of us still riding the train of rebellion when it comes to Apple, Microsoft has released the long awaited Zune HD. We now have plausible reason to gloat. Though I have never been a fan of Apple, I must admit that I always thought Microsoft was lacking in […]

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Faith heals scars from fire

Robert Streater, III was told as a child he would never walk again. His life would be very different. Despite that decree over his life, Streater never lost hope. At age eight, at his childhood home in Richmond, Va., Streater was playing in a pile of leaves on a crisp […]

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Atlanta classic events

It’s that time a year again! The Bank of America Atlanta Football Classic goes down this weekend Sept. 24-27.The event, hosted by 100 Black Men of Atlanta is one of the biggest and most anticipated historically black college and university games of the season. Look forward to a weekend full […]

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Gospel fest a big hit

Hundreds of people waited outside FAMU’s Multipurpose Center anxiously anticipating Bishop Hezekiah Walker to revive them at the Tallahassee Gospel Fest on Saturday. Classified as a bishop, pastor, overseer, choir director, songwriter, musician, and author, convergence is not an issue with this dynamic artist.Speaking in a low, subtle voice and […]

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Comedian wows local crowd

Funny man, David Allan Grier gave a knee-slapping performance at Tallahassee’s Comedy Zone on Sept. 15. Grier is best known for his flamboyant, yet hysterical character on the earlier ‘90’s, “In Living Color. For Grier, this show in town was another way to exercise what people assume he does best-making […]