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Sunday, June 25, 2017

Kashim Turpin Barefoot Into The NYC Choreography At Pride Week Affairs And Black Lives Matter Shines by Van Stone (610) 803-1624

This week at “Pride Week,” dancer, choreographer, director and producer Anthony Kashim Turpin breaks out from his dance troupe, the AKAstudios, gets his cool day at the Gay pride celebrations Saturday in New York helping to spotlight a stand to what participants see as new pressure on gay rights and rights for Black Lives Matter movements.

As a leader of Philadelphia’s, New York City’s and Jersey City’s Ballet and Hip Hop  dance, theatre and choreography trend, choreographer Kashim Turpin had four weeks to create and perform a new work of dance with LGBT's community activist and organizers before its national gay events.

In addition Turpin as well as other artist gathered for celebration and reminders about how the Black Lives Matter movement in Ferguson, Missouri united due to the face of violence and inequality constantly raising its ugly head against a community because of who the community may love, how the community may look, or who the communities are sexually.

It’s not at all rare for major ballet and other style of dance performers like Kashim Turpin to go whole souled with a performing style that’s edgy and fashionable creating dance by a man.

Turpin has set out for several years to change the view that Black Male Ballet Dancers can’t hold their own in new or old competition performance.

In an industry that struggles to accept black dancers, especially Black Male Classical Dancers, it takes a lot of guts for a male to appear welcoming both sisters and brothers while dancing to music at a stage in NYC. 

Of nearly 100 performers, Turpin chose to create new dance works, set it on a carpet walk, and premiere his dance performance for free on June 24th, 2017 in New York City.

Gay Pride Week paying close attention to updates, after a week full of anguish, despair and frustration for the black community, the topic of police brutality and how it disproportionately affects African-Americans has once again hit mainstream media.

In the span of a week, both Philando Castile’s and Alton Sterling’s lives came to an end at the hands of police officers. During a traffic stop for a supposed broken taillight, St. Anthony officer Jeronimo Yanez shot Castile, known as Phil to his friends and to students at J.J. Hill Montessori Magnet School. Phil reportedly let the officer know he had a gun – which he had a permit for – in hopes of avoiding an altercation, according to the Washington Post. His girlfriend, Diamond Reynolds, recorded the interaction, because as she told ABC’s Good Morning America, “I knew they wouldn’t see me as being the person telling the truth. I knew by recording, I would be able to have my side brought to the table.”

As Castile’s loved ones, NYC, Gay Pride community, Black Lives Matter group and the black communities as a whole continue to reel, there’s been an outpouring of support. 

Denouncing police brutality in any form, especially in the form of attacks against the Black community is a long time battle to be involved in.

Powerful images of dance, music and fashion, dancing barefoot in the NYC Park may help to demonstrate that artist such as Kashim Turpin and friends are serious about representing uplifting humanity using choreography and professionalism to pave the way. 

Friday, June 23, 2017

5 GOP senators now oppose health bill _ enough to sink it

5 GOP senators now oppose health bill _ enough to sink it

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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Ky. walks on to the Senate floor on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, June 22, 2017, following a meeting with Senate Republicans on a health reform bill. Senate Republicans would cut Medicaid, end penalties for people not buying insurance and erase a raft of tax increases as part of their long-awaited plan to scuttle Barack Obama's health care law.
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Nevada Republican Dean Heller became the fifth GOP senator to declare his opposition to the party's banner legislation to scuttle much of Barack Obama's health care overhaul on Friday, more than enough to sink the measure and deliver a stinging rebuke to President Donald Trump unless some of them can be brought aboard.

Echoing the other four, Heller said he opposes the measure "in this form" but does not rule out backing a version that is changed to his liking. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., has said he's willing to alter the measure to attract support, and next week promises plenty of back-room bargaining as he tries pushing a final package through his chamber.

Nonetheless, Heller's announcement underscores the scant margin of error Republican leaders must deal with. Facing unanimous Democratic opposition, McConnell can afford to lose just two of the 52 GOP senators and still prevail.

Besides the five who've announced outright opposition, several other GOP senators - conservatives and moderates - have declined to commit to the new overhaul. The measure resembles legislation the House approved last month that the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office said would mean 23 million additional uninsured people within a decade and that recent polling shows is viewed favorably by only around 1 in 4 Americans.

Heller, facing a competitive re-election battle next year, said he was opposing the legislation because of the cuts it would make in Medicaid. The federal-state program provides health care to the poor, disabled and many nursing home patients.

The Senate bill would also erase the tax penalties Obama's 2010 law imposes on people who don't purchase insurance. It would allow insurers to cover fewer benefits and repeal tax boosts on wealthier people that help finance the statute's expanded coverage.

The Senate legislation would phase out extra federal money Nevada and 30 other states receive for expanding Medicaid to additional low earners. It would also slap annual spending caps on the overall Medicaid program, which since its inception in 1965 has provided states with unlimited money to cover eligible costs.

"I cannot support a piece of legislation that takes insurance away from tens of millions of Americans and tens of thousands of Nevadans," Heller said.

Trump has spoken favorably about both the House-passed bill and the Senate version unveiled this week, though he declared several times as he ramped up his campaign for the presidency that he would not cut Medicaid.

Heller said that to win his vote, GOP leaders would have to "protect Medicaid expansion states" from the bill's current cuts.

"It's going to be very difficult to get me to a yes," he said, noting that conservative Republican senators would likely be reluctant to add spending back to the measure.

Heller spoke at a news conference in Las Vegas with Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval, a Republican who has also assailed the House and Senate health care bills for cutting Medicaid. The state has added 200,000 more people to its program under the Obama overhaul.

Sandoval said the Senate bill "is something that needs to change." It would be politically difficult for Heller to take a different stance on the measure from the popular Sandoval.

Heller got an opponent for next year when first-year Democratic Rep. Jacky Rosen announced this week she would seek his Senate seat.

Just hours after McConnell released the 142-page legislation on Thursday, four conservatives said they opposed it. They were Sens. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, Mike Lee of Utah, Rand Paul of Kentucky and Ted Cruz of Texas.

Underscoring the sensitivity of the bill, Sen. Joni Ernst, R-Iowa, who has not suggested she opposes the measure, declined to comment on its components when asked at a news conference Friday.

"It was just released yesterday. So, we have 142 pages to go through," she said.

Asked about the bill's impact on Medicaid insurance coverage for lower-income Iowans, Ernst said, "I wouldn't say they are losing it." Iowa opted to expand, and has added more than 150,000 people to its rolls since 2014.

Under special rules McConnell is using that will block Democrats from using a filibuster to kill the bill, the legislation cannot include provisions that make policy changes that don't primarily affect the budget. The Senate parliamentarian will make that decision.

Democrats hope to use those rules to erase some language from the bill, including a section barring consumers from using the measure's health care tax credits to buy insurance that covers abortions.
Realizing they're outnumbered, Democrats and their liberal allies were planning events around the U.S. over the next few days aimed at building public opposition to the bill.
In one instance, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and were planning weekend rallies in Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia. Each state has expanded Medicaid and has a GOP senator.

Sunday, June 11, 2017

Gospel Inspirational Words, (This One For You) By The Voice of the Millennium: E. L. Williams, Gospel Columnist, Philadelphia Front Page News,

Gospel Inspirational Words, (This One For You) By The Voice of the Millennium: E. L. Williams, Gospel Columnist, Philadelphia Front Page News,

 Thanking Father God in the name of Jesus for this day.

Here's a intense thought I think we don't recog-nized. We don't know how to properly love. No, I am not speaking of the big (S)! Matter of fact it's one of the stumbling blocks. Just the other day I in was in a conversation with Ms. Judy Joseph,  my fiancee.

And our subject was love and how we misapply this word. She's a very practical intelligent lady, so I listen to her intently. I asked Judy, what did she want from me?  In a few simple words, she said  (Love me completely). And in my quite thoughts,  I made a list of things things that I loved.

And here's they are.
I love cheese steak, I love the movie,  I love hot dogs. The correct wording should have been enjoy. She wasn't on the list of things that I said I love. Why? Because love is in a category of itself.  First Cor. 13: 13

It says love is Patient. I awaited for Judy, to marry her. It says love Endure, because I love her unconditionally I painfully awaited her coming to me, not sure if she would be mine, I checked my list again, you know the answer.

See within love is joy. I'm so over joyed to have her become my wife. The word says endure that means it's there with you, you can't consume it, but allow it to devour you, I'm sure it will be beneficial to you and the one you love.

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Tuesday, June 6, 2017

New Academy Of Natural Sciences Exhibit Teaches Kids In Their Own Backyards

New Academy Of Natural Sciences Exhibit Teaches Kids In Their Own Backyards
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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Grab the kids and get ready to embrace a world of fun as you discover a green world of wonders, where you can experience the a one-of-a-kind backyard.

The Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University is opening its new exhibit called Backyard Adventures this weekend.

Eleven-year-old Brendan Dunbar found himself enjoying the food web pond where he was maneuvering the tadpoles swimming in the pond in an eat or be eaten type interactive game.

“It is actually fun, it kind of teaches you how you can avoid things and what adaptations certain animals have,” he said. “Adaptations is when an animal adapts to a certain habitat it is in.”

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Thursday, June 1, 2017

Philly Students Learn From Cast Of ‘Motown’

Philly Students Learn From Cast Of ‘Motown’

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Actors from the award-winning musical “Motown” shared some stage and life lessons to Philadelphia school students.

In the musical, Allison Semmes plays the role of Diana Ross.
But on Thursday, she played the role of teacher at the African-American History Museum as she talked with dozens of performing arts students from schools around the city about the history of Motown and the rigors of being a stage actor.

“I remember when I was their age, and any chance that I could get to see a show or to even have someone speak to me and just encourage me to get to where they were, it took me so far, it was everything. So I love to do the exact same thing, to educate these young brothers and sisters,” said Semmes.

Isiah Glover, a student at the String Theory School, says the musical and the advice the actors gave him are things he’ll treasure for a long time to come.

“It is amazing honestly. Meeting the cast of ‘Motown’ who’s traveled everywhere. That’s amazing. I had the best time meeting them honestly,” he said.

“Motown The Musical” runs at the Academy of Music Philadelphia until June 11th.

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