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AboutBlackBoston.com has been recruiting talent for filming in Boston and this time around, we’re looking to put 40 kids to work asap on “Broad Squad.”
- Preferable Non Union
- NEED African American kids only for this scene filming in Boston for Broad Squad
– To portray 13-18 years old.
– If you are/have/know anyone who may be interested, please have them drop a note to us here
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In the text state your age, include a photo and say you will appear for the 13-18 age scene in Broad Squad. Please no links to photos or video, just a photo will do but its not required if you are “that person” you say you are.
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Here are revealing interviews with the USATF Indoor Championship athletes competing at Reggie Lewis Center this week.
Olympic Pride, American Prejudice unites relatives of 1936 African American Olympic heroes at Chicago shoot
The Olympic Pride, American Prejudice Chicago shoot captured more than just never-before-heard interviews with the families of three of the African American Olympians who lived in Chicago. The shoot proved to be the first-ever meeting of the families of 1936 Gold and Silver medalist Ralph Metcalfe, 1936 Olympian and first black woman to compete for the USA, Tydie Pickett, and 1936 Olympian John Brooks. The three families by chance were on the set at the same time. Ralph Metcalfe, Jr. was interviewed first and decided to stay to meet Bernita Echols and Faye Walker. The senior Metcalfe had been friends with Tydie Pickett, mother of Bernita and Faye and spoke of her to Metcalfe, Jr.
Dr. Daria Brooks Terrell, a Chicago Orthopedic Surgeon, and daughter of John Brooks, arrived with her mother Wannetta Brooks before Ralph, Faye and Bernita departed. The moment was magical, profound and heartfelt and certainly one that harkened back to the moment when their relatives joined each other on the deck of the U.S.S. Manhattan, unknowingly about to change history.
The daughters of Tydie Pickett had never met Daria, but they knew John Brooks was instrumental in Tydie Pickett’s career and decision to go the Olympic Trials in 1936. After hugs, tears and lots of reminiscing, they exchanged numbers and planned to keep in touch. Of course, they all look forward to seeing each other at the premiere of Olympic Pride, American Prejudice!
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There are 72 hours left in Black History Month.
Let’s make documentary history!
AboutBlackBoston.com seeks to refer you to a travel agency in needs of these services.
Position: STEP ON TOUR GUIDE ( leave a comment if interested )
A Step On Guide is a person who will step on a charter bus to meet and greet passengers from Maryland and take them around town to see Boston. They are interested in a Boston tour from 8 am to 3 pm. You’ll start at South Station at 8am and return to South Station on the bus by 3pm.
Person should have a comprehensive, organic knowledge of Greater Boston, speak loud and clearly over a bus PA system and should be able to configure a tour schedule in coordination with the tour firm.
Send a brief statement of qualifications and interest to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 617 942-1301 to speak by phone. Thanks!
Boston Feb 9th
Re: The Hugh Masakela Concert originally scheduled for Feb 24th at John Hancock Hall has been cancelled.
I regret to inform you that the Hugh and Vusi show in Boston has been canceled due to circumstances beyond my control. As far as I know, there is no reschedule date in mind ,
Boston MA, January 22, 2015. The Signature Music Series at Berklee kicks off its Spring 2015 season on February 12 with Kim Burrell Meets Berklee, featuring the Grammy Award nominated pastor. Pastor Burrell’s dynamic, distinctive and powerful voice has captivated jazz, R&B and gospel fans, as well as her peers in the music industry.
there is a church near every soul
Sorry folks, this concert has been cancelled due to weather conditions. A makeup date has not been decided yet. ( post updated 2/10 at 15:00 )
Taking to the stage with a student group, Burrell will perform songs from her career, including “Try Me Again,” “Yes to Your Will/Yes,” and “Victory.” Burrell will also sing a solo selection with self-accompaniment on piano. The student ensemble – composed of 10 vocalists and 7 instrumentalists – was selected for this concert through an audition process. Leading the group is musical director Rashad McPherson, a Berklee alumnus, and student band director Jamahl Smith.
Kim Burrell Meets Berklee takes place Thursday, February 12, 8:15 p.m., at the Berklee Performance Center (BPC), 136 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston, MA. Reserved seating tickets are available for $12/$24 at the BPC box office or berklee.edu/bpc. The venue is wheelchair accessible. For more information, call 617-747-2261.
Since releasing her first solo album, 1997’s Try Me Again, Pastor Kim Burrell has shared the stage with gospel greats such as Pastor Shirley Caesar, Pastor Donnie McClurkin, Yolanda Adams, Kirk Franklin and Pastor Marvin Winans. She has also worked with secular artists including Missy Elliot, Stevie Wonder, George Clinton, George Duke, and Whitney Houston among others. Her albums include Everlasting Life, Kim Burrell Live (both on Tommy Boy Gospel), and No Ways Tired (Shanachie Records). Her most recent project, The Love Album,won a Dove Award and two Stellar Awards, and was nominated for a Grammy Award.
Not only is this a great lead-in but the article fulfills it’s promising headline.
WBUR’s article opens with “BOSTON — Black History Month seems especially vital in 2015, as protests continue around the actions of police officers in black communities and questions remain about the upcoming #Oscarsowhite awards ceremony.
Art has and continues to play an important role in African-American history…… ”
Full story continues at link above