Tyler Perry

Tyler Perry Donates 5,000 Meals To Families For Thanksgiving

November 23, 2020

Tyler Perry donated at least 5,000 meals to families in need before the Thanksgiving holiday. The giveaway took place at Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta on Sunday. Reports say that cars were lined up for miles. The gifted items included boxes of food and Kroger gift cards. Perry personally funded the event, and studio employees donated their […]

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Free Turkey this Friday

November 18, 2020

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As Discussed On Memory Lane – Che’ Hagins

November 14, 2020

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Veterans Day

November 11, 2020

Veterans Thinking of you on Veterans Day, and thanking you for all you did for our country. You’ve helped to make this world a better place with your courage, sacrifice, and dedication to our country. No words could ever express how much that means.

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Wegmans Installs Outdoor Live Cameras So You Can See How Busy They Are

November 8, 2020

Wegmans has announced that they will be taking the safety of their customers very seriously this holiday season. The local grocery chain released a statement on its website that lists new holiday hours, a holiday freshness guide and tips for customers to follow as they plan their holiday shopping. The increase in safety is especially […]

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The People Have Spoken – Joe Biden Elected President

November 7, 2020

Biden and Harris parties in mayor cities across U.S.A. Get wired – DJ Wire supplying the soundtrack tonight on WDKX

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Is Hailey Bailey the Seahorse or Jellyfish on The Masked Singer? [VIDEO]

November 6, 2020

After multiple delays due to COVID-19, production on The Little Mermaid live action movie is set to begin before the end of 2020. According to Wayne Brady, the film’s star Halle Bailey couldn’t wait to go under the sea, and has joined the cast of contestants on The Masked Singer. Brady was the special guest […]

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Wind Up With Willie

November 6, 2020

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Most RCSD Students Will Continue Remote Learning in 2021

October 30, 2020

There’s no end in sight for Rochester City School District parents and students struggling with remote learning. Just before the start of the 2020 School Year, RCSD announced that kids would be kept out of the classroom for the first 10 weeks, due to COVID concerns. On Thursday, Superintendent Meyers-Small announced that in-person classes are […]

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Susan B. Anthony’s Headstone Gets It’s Own PPE This Year

October 27, 2020

The traditional stop at Mount Hope cemetery after voting to put a sticker on Susan B. Anthony’s headstone is happening a little differently this year. It starts with the social distancing signs, asking Rochestarians to keep 6ft apart and ends with a plastic shield over the tombstone itself. The adhesive and solvents used to remove […]

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