Casting WorkShop Friday in Rochester!

November 1, 2019

Written by Jazzy T Are you an aspiring actor but don’t know how or where to start? Go from Hobby to Hollywood! Your girl Jazzy T lived and worked in Hollywood and has been casting people for TV shows, commercials and movies since 2009. On Friday she will be sharing insider information on how to […]

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R.I.P. John Witherspoon

October 30, 2019

Written by Jasmine John Witherspoon (born Weatherspoon) was born on January 27, 1942 in Detroit, Michigan (he was an Aquarius, shout out! ♒) and he’s been making us laugh ever since. The comedy mogul got his start in stand up in the late 1970’s, something he loved doing and continued to do until his death. […]

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Queen Latifah Honored At Harvard University

October 23, 2019

Written by DJ Sight Female rap artist and actress Queen Latifah was 1 of 6 people honored at Harvard University for her contribution to black history and black culture. She received the W.E.B. Du Bois Medal. Du Bois was the 1st black student to earn a doctorate from Harvard University in 1895. CONGRATULATIONS to Queen Latifah. […]

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Joker Movie Review & Trailer

October 23, 2019

Written by Jasmine So, last night I took advantage of Half- Priced Tuesdays and finally saw the movie, Joker, starring Joaquin Phoenix. In short, it was everything I thought a Joker movie would be; dark and cynical with a dash of comedy and a sprinkling of discomfort. From the opening credits you were immediately drawn […]

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HALLOWEEN🎃SLASHER

October 23, 2019

Written by Atu In the spirit of good ole Halloween, since we’re approaching the last Saturday of October, here’s a little gem to getcha started! Get your afternoon fix with Rochester’s Best Ride Home on your number one for Hip-Hop and R&B, 1039 WDKX 🔊

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Zimmerman Sues Trayvon Martin’s Family For $100M

December 5, 2019

Written by Jazzy T As if getting away with murder wasn’t enough, George Zimmerman is now suing the family of the boy he killed for $100 million. He is also suing the prosecutors and others involved in the case that he claims rested on false evidence. Details of the case here. The neighborhood watch volunteer […]

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Lawmakers Push to Allow Alcohol Sales in Movie Theaters

December 3, 2019

Written by Jasmine Have you ever wanted to go to a movie theater to catch a great film, eat some great popcorn AND have a cocktail? Well, this dream may actually be turning into reality for movie theaters in New York state. A state bill, which has actually been in the works for years, would […]

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Jamaican Movie Star Louie Rankin Dies In Car Crash

October 1, 2019

Written by DJ Sight The Reggae community is mourning the loss of Grammy Award-winning an actor Louie Rankin. Louie Rankin was best known for starring as Ox in the movie Belly, and as Teddy Bruckshot in the Jamaican classic movie, Shottas. Louie Rankin was killed in a car crash on Monday. Rankin was filming a movie […]

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Time Traveling: Take a Look at What Manhattan Square Was Like in the ‘60s! 🎥

November 26, 2019

“Manhattan street was a short, two-block street,” says historian Emily Morry. “The neighborhood was working class, low-income, and racially diverse. It was just two months later, in September 1964, that the city announced that whole area would be part of an urban renewal initiative and completely razed.”

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Chelsea Handler’s Netflix Documentary- Hello Privilege 🎥

September 24, 2019

Written by DJ Sight So I have a Netflix suggestion for you to watch, Chelsea Handler has a documentary called Hello Privilege. In this documentary Chelsea Handler goes in on white people benefiting from their white privilege, and It’s mind blowing how some don’t recognize that it’s real. Chelsea admits that she’s benefited from it. […]

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