Monday, September 30, 2013
Sunday, September 29, 2013
WKNI Andalusia Channel 25.1 Households: 100,000
KMCA Chico Redding Channel 10 Households: 300,000
WBQP Pensacola Channel 12.1 Households: 250,000
WTAM Tampa Channel 30.2 Households: 300,000
Cable Vincient Channel 21 Households: 35,000
KCTU Wichita Channel 43.2 Households: 380,000
K45IY Alexandria Channel 35 Households: 525,000
K31HO Shreveport Channel 31 Households: 450,000
K45IM Monroe / Bossier City Households: 600,000
WBY33, WHPR Detroit Channel 33 Households: 1,000,000
JSUTV Jackson City Channel 14 Comcast Households 1,500,000
KBSU Bemidji Cable Paul Bunon Comm Households: 200,000
WNCR Raleigh Channel 41.1 Households: 3,000,000
WNCR Wilson Channel 412 Greenlight Cable
WNCR Greenville Channel 20 Suddenlink Cable
WTMH Kingston Channel 21.3 Households: 700,000
WTMQ Kingston Channel 41.3 Households: 300,000
WTMV Kingston Channel 33.3 Households: 700,000
WCSN Columbus Channel 32.2 Households: 1,000,000
KVQT Houston Channel 21.5 Households: 2,185,260
KAOB Beaumont Channel 27.4 Households: 131,281
KWCC Wenetchee Channel 47.2 Households: 150,000
Saturday, September 28, 2013
Cobb County NAACP has committed support to the protests against Chuck E. Cheese, which takes place early today at 11:30 a.m. outside Chuck E. Cheese on Cumberland Boulevard, Atlanta, Ga.
The rally is in support of the family of 9-year-old Marley Eschoe, who attended another child’s birthday party at Chuck E. Cheese in May. Marley’s father, Mark Eschoe, who brought Marley to the party, was not allowed to take her into the only available restroom. Little Marley suffers from lupus and had just recently been released from a three month stay in the hospital after suffering her second stroke in eight months.
Her father was denied access to the empty female restroom and was told he would have to take her to the men’s room even though it was overcrowded. The father also requested that a female employee stand by the door as a lookout while he took his daughter into the female restroom, and that was also denied by Chuck E Cheese management.
Management was informed of Marley’s condition, management’s response was “I don’t care if she has special needs, I’m not going to treat her any differently from my other patron. I’m done with you.” Soon after management threatened to call the police to have Mark Eschoe removed from the property.
“I am father who is there for my children and to see the callous and insensitive way Chuck E. Cheese treated my baby and I is disturbing” On Saturday, we want parents to bring their kids so we can show this corporation that special needs kids matter too, that Marley matters too,”said Mark Eschoe.
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Friday, September 27, 2013
Words by Alyson Robinson
Chaka Khan stopped by the Upper Crust Restaurant to celebrate her 60th birthday. Her visit airs this Saturday on “Welcome to Sweetie Pie’s,” which is the Upper Crust’s show on OWN. The St. Louis-based eatery owner, Miss Robbie Montgomery, and her staff welcomed Chaka Khan with a soulful “Happy Birthday” song, along with cake and friendly chatter.
“It’s wonderful to be able to host special occasions like this,” said Miss Robbie, who will be celebrating a birthday of her own on an upcoming episode. “This is exactly what I was thinking about when I opened up the Upper Crust a year ago.”
Sweetie Pie’s was founded after Miss Robbie’s singing career in the 1960′s, as backup singer and Ikette, ended after she suffered a collapsed lung. The weekly show depicts the management of Sweetie Pie’s at the Mangrove, Sweetie Pie’s Upper Crust and the original Sweetie Pie’s. The latter was established in 1996 by Miss Robbie, who now runs it with her son, Tim.
The episode airs Saturday at 9 p.m. ET/PT on OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network.
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Thursday, September 26, 2013
Hip hop legend Bun B is making a strange, but positive connection with the Houston Symphony for a rare collaboration at Jones Hall for the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) Houston in Concert Against Hate.
The new partners will take center stage on Nov. 14th for a one-night event which will honor Houston civil rights leaders and prominent education reformers.
After the proud announcement, Bun B raved to CultureMap about his upcoming symphonic, hip hop-esque debut.
“It’s about carrying the message of the ADL,” the rapper said. He also added that he’s written original lyrics for the performance to highlight the ADL’s century-long battle against intolerance. ”I look at it as an opportunity for hip hop culture to join in that fight.”
Bun B is excited about the prospects of showing hip hop in a different light, versus the reputation of promoting violence.Please leave comment
With the many ‘serial twerkers’ for cash, one night stand Twitter fly outs, and proud side chick announcement these days, we really can’t fault Rocko for having a very minimal level of trust for outsiders. Well, this new track, called ‘NunnaYu‘, explains exactly why Rocko doesn’t trust to many. Now this is a special BET Awards weekend drop right here, and it can be found on the Street Runnaz: BET Hip-Hop Awards Special Mixtape. Check out the cool track from Rocko below, and share your thoughts in the comment section.
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