It airs live at 10 a.m. on Sunday 10/02/11 Missed it? The archive is still there! Click!
This week on Sunday Morning Live:
10:00 Sunday Morning News Wrap Up: Isidra Person-Lynn
10:10 Hannibal Tabu’s Tech & Pop: It’s Komplicated
10:15 Meet the Restauranteur: Derrick Pipkin of PIPS on La Brea a hot new eatery in Southern California www.pipsonlabrea.com
10:28 Candid Moments with Dr. Kwaku Person-Lynn
10: 35 Part 1 (Six part series) Finding Income Streams: Victor Miller, Farmer’s Insurance
Interview with Isidra Person-Lynn on insurance as n option, on interviewing, and on networking from the founder of Recycling North Dallas Dollars.
11:30 a.m. End (Short show this morning! Back to House Hunting!)
About our Guests:
Read up on Victor C. Miller at Linked In: http://www.linkedin.com/in/vmillergroup
Call Victor: (972) 801-2580
Email Victor: firstname.lastname@example.org
Derrick Pipkin, owner of PIPS on La. Brea. We interviewed him last Saturday. Great place! Esteemed photographer Leroy Hamilton captured him and the restaurant last year.
Vesta Williams Services Tuesday at West Angeles in Los Angeles
Details for the final services for Vesta Williams are at Radio Facts Magazine: Click Here Tuesday, Oct. 4 at 11 a.m.
Funeral of Troy Davis
Occupy Wall Street Protests Continue In Manhattan, Begin Elsewhere [LATEST UPDATES]
Source: Huffington Post
Source: My Fox LA
Actual Video of President’s Speech to Congressional Black Caucus
Waters to Obama (Video): ‘We’re not Complaining’
*Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., a member of the Congressional Black Caucus who’s been critical this year of President Obama’s response to the high unemployment within the black community, said she found it “curious” that Mr. Obama this weekend told black leaders to “stop complaining.”
“I don’t know who he was talking to because we’re certainly not complaining,” Waters said on CBS’ “The Early Show.” “We’re working. We support him, and we’re protecting that base because we want people to be enthusiastic about him when that election rolls around.”
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Published on Sep 26, 2011 by CBSNewsOnline
Erica Hill talks to Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) about Pres. Obama’s speech to the Congressional Black Caucus, in which he told the crowd to “stop complaining” and “put your marching shoes on.”
Does President Obama Address Hispanic and Black Audiences Differently? Let’s Take a Look at the Transcripts
Source: Dr. Boyce Watkins “Your Black World”
Bounce TV Launches With Will Packer, Rob Hardy At Helm
Source: Huffington Post Black Voices
Russell Simmons Looking to Buy a TV Network
Morono Kiang Gallery presents Kamau Daaood, Live at MKG.
Legendary Los Angeles poet Kamau Daaood will be performing live at Morono Kiang Gallery on Saturday October 8, 2011 at 7:00 pm sharp!
Mr. Daaood will be accompanied by Bassist Mr. Trevor Ware
Kamau Daaood’s performance is part of Listen With Your Eyes,
A Celebration of Jazz in L.A.
Special thanks to Alden Kimbrough for his help and support.
Admission to this event is FREE
RSVP REQUIRED: email@example.com
218 West 3rd Street, Bradbury Building
Los Angeles, CA 90013
tel : 213.628.8208
Michael Jackson Isn’t on Trial
“…Dr. Conrad Murray is on trial this week. Accused of violating standards of medical care by leaving Michael unattended and failing to call 911, his defense will do whatever they can to keep him from serving jail time. They’ll argue his innocence, his years of service and most importantly, they will attempt to put Michael on trial yet again. Already this week, we heard the defense argue that Michael died from a combination of tranquilizers and a surgical anesthetic he took without Murray’s knowledge. Defense attorney Ed Chernoff even stated that Michael took enough prescription drugs to ‘put six of you to sleep’ and then somehow he self-administered Propofol (anesthetic usually used in hospitals). It is an outrageous statement compounded by the fact that it is Dr. Murray himself that stands accused of administering Propofol in excessive quantities and then leaving Michael unattended. “ Read More at the link: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/rev-al-sharpton/michael-jackson-trial_b_987164.html
Dr. Boyce: Five Reasons the NBA is Now Afraid of Black Men
What the Hayell? Delonte West Working At Furniture Store During NBA Lockout
October 1, 2011 By Kirsten West Savali View Comments
Derek Fisher Continues to Urge Unity
Basketball News & NBA Rumors
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