Saturday, July 28, 2012

Mercury oh Mercury...Move Us Forward!

I have always lived under a retro since birth. I have perfected my ability to speak. I am working on my delivery of words. I have encountered folks that spit the word easily and now I mark my own words carefully. I can't let communication go I must speak and literate my mind for you. Can I do that for you to understand me?

The key is to always question...The words you hear, the words you speak and the words you think. Everything you say is marked and will be translated and saved in the minds of others. I want you to know exactly what I am trying to say for my impression is most important. So when I feel Mercury I know it is the propellant that activates and delivers the exact message.

As it stalls have no fear we must just double check, gain a greater understanding and appreciate everything for what it is worth. How will your words deliver and be received as you think very carefully about what you want to say. After all the words are our thoughts translated and we want that to be clear. We must all share our thoughts now and forever to manifest destiny.

Thanks Mercury for allowing this communicable opportunity and the capability to speak and give speech as fast or as slow, so when you rest I honor you and take my time with you. Your energy is necessary to check and balance, cut and paste verbs in order to do. The words and sounds that bring us together and take us apart....Just speak!

"God Moves.."

Monday, July 16, 2012

Artistic Transition

It is not easy...And considering I want to take on film! The limitation of resources makes everything so much more harder. That's fine because film
Is everything! It is visual, it is feeling, it is texture and most important it is lights and sound! But first you must write....

I will write every moment I have, an affirmation. On my last move I got rid of so many journals. I had to because they were clogging my space and going nowhere! I have to reorganize and chronicle things differently. To inspire myself and extrapolate those necessary stories I come across in life. This new age of technology has provided us the ability to record, translate, relate and pretend....

Monday, January 9, 2012

The Onslaught of New Media Journalism

As the “Social Media Platforms” take the world by storm we are witnessing New Media Journalism at an all time high, as we bust into 2012 watching The International CES Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada. At the International CES Conference the latest digital technology for “New Media” and “Social Platforms” resurrect for the independent blogger and online distribution mechanisms offering the latest for Bloggers and Online Digital Media Makers to learn and grow within the latest media enhancements, and technological conduits to create all kinds of online story, while witnessing various trending topics in social media. As social media becomes the new term for journalistic reporting, newspapers and television move to the background becoming runner up to new media journalism. Meanwhile, the film industry pokes around learning innovative ideas in new media dodging the next Titanic, while remembering the music industry debunked by Napster.

Sunday, September 11, 2011

NFL is back!

“We are back to football.” Big play this week Ted Ginn, Jr returns a punt return for 102 yards. Ted Ginn, Jr then returns another punt for 55 yards 59 seconds after his first punt return for his 2011 NFL season opener. Cleveland Browns lose their season opener as the Cincinnati Bengals win their opener without Chad Ochocinco. As highlights footage capturing Dez Bryant reaching for the sky grabbing passes similar to a Charles Barkley rebound. Football has begun and the fans are going crazy. Skip Bayless reports via Twitter no hopes for Shanahan although big Redskins win. Mcnabb gets no airplay and Philadelphia Eagles big upset over St. Louis Rams. Saint Louis Rams suffer a hurt player giving Eagles a big opening season win after a big preseason scoreboard. In a bittersweet preseason start and a 100 million dollar contract Michael Vick is off to a great start. Rookie Cam Newton steals the show with a new NFL rookie record for most first game passing yards. Newton punishes Peyton Manning’s 302 passing yards record. As Newton gathers 422 passing yards against Arizona Cardinals in their season opener, the Panthers suffer the loss. Cam Newton’s touchdown run put the Carolina Panthers in the lead but they fell short losing 28-21 in the end. Ending week one with a double-header with New England Patriots and Miami Dolphins alongside Raiders versus Broncos. Miami attempts to seat some fans acquiring Reggie Bush in their post-NFL Lockout trade agreements. The Patriots and Dophins seem to be the NFL season opener mismatch, big names not a big game. With a 1-7 home mark last years and fans not showing up, Stephen Ross Miami Dolphins owner is determined to get his team in the spotlight again with home team fans. Talks of Reggie Bush being the every down back since Daniel Thomas has been unimpressive in preseason. Adam Shefter is expecting for the Cleveland Browns to make the playoffs. Rookie wide receiver A.J. Green was a fourth overall pick catching a 41-yard touchdown pass to put the Bengals at 1-0. The Bengals went 4-12 last season with Chad Ochocinco. Ochocinco is expected to debut with Brady for the New England Patriots in his hometown Miami, Florida for Monday night football and the end of week one NFL

Sunday, August 28, 2011

Irene Terror Postpones MLK Memorial!

Hurricane Irene blew gust of winds in North America beginning in the Bahamas and extending itself up the East Coast causing evacuations as far North as New York City. The torrential rains and 100 mph winds hovered the Eastern seaboard causing major power outages and Ocean visitors to evacuate. Ocean City, Maryland began calling for evacuations on Thursday leaving Eastern Shore residents wondering how high the tide would rise.

According to Telegraph nearly 4.5 million customers lost power along the East Coast and well inland. The storm “racing to it’s own demise in New England and Canada” killed 14 people in six states.

In Washington, DC MLK Memorial dedication was postponed as Irene rocked waves into the Metropolitan area devastating as it headed up the East coast. The MLK memorial was set on the 48th anniversary of Martin Luther King's “I Have A Dream” speech.

Monday, August 22, 2011

Live on Stage at LOL Comedy

“In Hollywood they want you to already be something before they actually give you something.” Eddie Bryant

LOL Comedy Club hosted by Eddie Bryant a known comedian from Martin Lawrence’s First Amendment and comedy clubs across the nation brings the best shows every weekend to the DMV neighborhood in Temple Hills, Maryland.

LOL Comedy club is the premier comedy spot in the DMV area. This past weekend veteran comedian Joe Clair of BET’s Rap City, Comic View, Def Comedy Jam along with King Kedar of Funny People Marmaduke, and The Preacher’s Kid were in the house.

Eddie and Joe Clair both Morgan State alumni and longtime friends were full of nonstop laughter as they took center stage with King Kedar now an actor in Hollywood. Each and every weekend LOL Comedy Club host four shows with great comedy.


Next main event at LOL Comedy Club is DC Kings of Comedy with Tony Woods, Chris Thomas Mike Brooks and Eddie Bryant at LOL Comedy Club.

“We’re trying to keep comedy alive and well in the world. Not just in DC but all over.” Eddie Bryant

Sunday, August 14, 2011

El Debarge No Call No Show at Historic Lincoln Theater

According to El Debarge put his singing career on hold and checked into a rehabilitation center in February of this year. Addressing his career comeback, the 49 year-old would battle a long history of drug abuse. El Debarge released this statement to his longtime fans.

"I hate to disappoint my fans but it is necessary for me to take the time to work on me so that I may continue to share my music and my story with everyone," the singer has said in a statement. "I thank everyone in advance for their prayers and well wishes and hope that you will respect my privacy during this time."

This past weekend Debarge cancelled his show at the Lincoln Theater after a no show in Washington, DC. Comedian Eddie Bryant from Martin Lawrence’s First Amendment and LOL Comedy Club was accompanying the singer on this historic stage Saturday night and career comeback.

Disappointed fans and comedian who anticipated a sell out crowd stood outside the Lincoln wondering where was El Debarge. El Debarge a hit throughout the early to mid-1980s was the lead singer of the family group Debarge and a Grammy Nominee in 2011.