LEFT: YOURS TRULY, Ma'at, chillin at the Joe Clair/Dominique comedy Show After Party at Laughs On the Landing Saturday.
RIGHT: 3Way Promotions team: Mocha Latte and Big Tah after their successful showacse event, Jam Boree ateth Loft on Sunday.
AT THE JAM BOREE: LEFT: coemdian Darrius Bradford being his silly self....RIGHT: Poet FoFeet spittin her poem, "Words."
LEFT: Sexy singer/cafe Soul co-creator Coco Soul singin up some Chaka Khan....
RIGHT: Vet poet Floyd IMPAKT Boykin testifyin on the mike.
LEFT: Poet Robert Dillard who stole the show with a acoutsic/poetic version of "Back that Ass Up (And No he is not dead!)
RIGHT: poet Ainouku Saadiq(Any kin to Raphael?)
LEFT: R&B singer Reggie Hunter croonin for the crowd.
RIGHt: Local singer Miahni
LEFT: Coemdian Javon Bibbs (who had to follow Robert Dillard-Bless you. Oh and thanks for the pop lock lesson at Laughs on Landing.LOL)
Sexy duo Az One, the most polished act of the night!
Coco Soul, the Post's Kevin Johnson (pay attention to the cam, you! LOl) and Fo feet before the JamBoree festivities.
AT LAUGHS ON THE LANDING: RIGHT: Social networking group FREE TIME chillin at the Joe Clair/Dominique Comedy Show After Party. FROM LEFT: Adrian Saddler, Allen Whitney, Javon Bibbs, Roy Robinson Jr. (Dig the hat!) and Darryl "Avant" Frierson
FROM THE JAMBOREE SHOW: Valarie Johnson and Boone (Hmmm, are there any fireworks goin on? )
LAUGHS ON LANDING: RIGHT: Comedian Deandre
Local singer J'Var dubbed "the Don of R&B ." Check out his demo at www.myspcae.com/onejuju For booking contact firstname.lastname@example.org. I hear he's about to open up for Tyrese when he comes to the STL next week. Congrats!
RIGHT AND BELOW:DA CROWD at LAUGHS ON LANDING
Yani Company husband and wife team Mr. and Mrs. JW Moore at the Laughs on the Landing After party.
RIGHT: Sexy model Mornay and singer J'var chiilin at the After Party.
Some ladies gettin their relax on at the After Party-- Shaunta, Quiana and Danielle.
Couple Leon and April at the After Party.
At JACK AND JOKES: LEft: Honest John givin the crowd is share of "black" comedy. He reminds me of a mix between George Carlin and Richard Pryor.