Monday, April 07, 2008



Hello All

It has been a whole lot goin on this week, so lets get rite to it.

I guess the big newz story wa steh amazing comeback from the Kansas City Jayhwaks this week (Yeah, I know its in Kansas City, but the STL is claiming them too)during the Final Four game. It was the Jayhawks’ Mario Chalmers (PICTURED) who hit a 3-pointer with 2.1 seconds left in regulation to push the game into overtime, and the Jayhawks grinded it out from there for a 75-68 victory Monday night over Memphis in one of the best title games in recent memory. Chalmers' shot pulled Kansas into a tie after being down nine with 2:12 left. "We got the ball in our most clutch player's hands, and he delivered," Kansas coach Bill Self said. It was the first title for Kansas since 1988, when Danny Manning, now an assistant coach for the Jayhawks, led them to an upset of Oklahoma. And the shot earned Chalmers the most outstanding player honor.

Jumpin newz flash, what’s up with this gas, gas gasssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss!

American Airlines has cancelled more than 20 flights at Lambert St. Louis International Airport today, according to the airport's website. The airline is trying for a second time to comply with federal rules about wiring on about 300 of its planes. Airline officials said they canceled a total of about 500 flights Tuesday but didn't know how many would be scrubbed Wednesday. It depended on how quickly the airline could inspect and, if necessary, rework the wiring in its MD-80 aircraft. Since the FAA began looking more closely at airlines' compliance with safety directives, there have been cancellations at Southwest, Delta Air Lines Inc. and UAL Corp.'s United Airlines.

The only candidate officially on the ballot for Kirkwood Mayor has won the election. City Council member Art McDonnell will be the new mayor. Former Council member Connie Karr was among the five people killed in the February city hall shootings. She was also running for mayor. Karr's supporters said going ahead with the election was okay, essentially crowned McDonnell the victor before a single vote was cast. Official election results may not be available for a few days because of voters writing in candidate names.

Slain St. Louis Police Officer Norvelle T. Brown will live on forever in the community he served. Drive past the North Patrol division on Union Blvd and now you’ll see that Margaretta Avenue is now Norvelle T. Brown Ave. The permanent tribute runs a couple of blocks to Geraldine. Officer Brown’s mother says the slain officer was watching the celebration from heaven. Brown was just 22 years old and had been a police officer for just 10 months when he was shot and killed in the line of duty in August 2007. The Illinois Health Facilities Planning Board approved Tuesday morning an application to merge some operations of Kenneth Hall Regional Hospital, East St. Louis, Ill.'s only hospital, to Touchette Regional Hospital in Centreville, Ill. Medical, surgery, outpatient and intensive care unit services will all be moved to Touchette by July 1, according to officials at Southern Illinois Healthcare Foundation, which owns both hospitals. Services that will remain at Kenneth Hall include full emergency room services, acute mental illness services and other ancillary services.

St. Louis Blues left wing player Keith Tkachuk became the 41st player in NHL history to score 500 goals, and added an assist to help the St. Louis Blues beat the Columbus Blue Jackets 4-1 on Sunday in the season finale for both teams.

The Cards are on a hot streak. As of this writing, the Cards are 6 and 2 winning their last game with the Houston Astros this past Tuesday 5-3 at home. There upcoming games are away from Busch Stadium. They are Wednesday, April 9 at Houston Astros; Thursday, April 10-13 at San Francisco Giants. There next home games are with the Milwaukee Brewers starting April 15. In other Cards newz, former infielder Scott Spezio, pleaded guilty this week at a California court to driving while drunk and under the influence of drugs, in addition to a charge of hit-and-run. Spezio was sentenced to three years probation for the offense. Spezio was charged with driving under the influence on Dec. 30, when he swerved across several lanes and crashed into a fence. Spezio then reportedly ran from the scene of the crash. As part of his sentence, he will have to attend Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, do community service and pay $390 in fines.Spezio was released from the Cardinals on Feb. 27 after receiving the charges. He now plays under a minor league contract for the Atlanta Braves...................................
In other sports newz on a former STl player, watch for former Rams running back Marshall Faulk to be on TV and radio soon as a spokesman for Chris Auffenberg Chevrolet and Kirkwood Mitsubishi stores. Auffenberg is calling Faulk's series of 60-second radio spots and 30-, 15- and 10-second television spots the "Marshall Plan."

Former Vashon High School coach, Floyd Irons publicly apologized this week for breaking the law using a radio commercial on station 104.1 to reach out to kids as well as his adult supporters. The message sounds upbeat at the beginning, but ends as a tough admission that he failed to meet his own standards. St. Louis radio station 104.1 has been running the ad for more than a week. Earl Wilson, head of the Gateway Classic Sports Foundation is planning a farewell meeting for Irons before he leaves to serve a year in federal prison. As part of his sentence agreement, Irons spoke to the Missouri State High School Activities Association about any violations of athletic rules that occurred while he was coaching basketball at Vashon High School in St. Louis. To hear the commercial go to

Grafton. Ill. Officials blamed recent heavy rains for the mud slides. Since Tuesday, Route 100 has closed west and north of Grafton for about eight miles between Illinois Route 3 and Route 16. The city plans to meet with state transportation officials on Monday to figure out the plan for reopening the highway.

The Countdown to Completion timer is up and running again on I-64. It is located near the Kingshighway exit.

The doors are unlocked at America’s Center. The St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission and the three audiovisual unions that work at the America's Center reached an agreement Fr have reached a deal to resolve a labor dispute that has stretched on for more than a year. iday to end the labor agreement deadlock that has kept union members from their jobs at the center since March 24. On March 24, the CVC locked out audiovisual union members from performing work at America's Center downtown after failing to reached an agreement with the unions over work rules.

Happy b-day to poet and educator Dr. Maya Angelou who celebrated her 80th B-day this week. USA today wrote a beautiful article honoring her.In the dining room of her elegantly restored Harlem town house, beneath painted clouds on a light blue ceiling, Maya Angelou is asked how it feels to be turning 80. "Exciting!" she says with a broad smile, then adds: "The body knows. The bones don't let you forget." The woman who defies a simple label — Angelou has been a memoirist, poet, civil rights activist, actress, director, professor, singer and dancer — is getting an early birthday gift. Two longtime friends and her niece, who is Angelou's archivist, have collaborated on an illustrated book, Maya Angelou: A Glorious Celebration (Doubleday, $30), a tribute and scrapbook, that was published Tuesday.

The St. Louis Argus is celebrating its 96th year of publication, which makes it the oldest black-owned business in Missouri. The newspaper was run in its early years by brothers Joseph E. and William Mitchell. Its current publisher, Eddie Hasan, said Tuesday that Oscar-winning actor Lou Gossett will receive the newspaper's Lifetime Achievement award on April 26 at 11:30 a.m. at the Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark Hotel.

Former Missouri legislator John Bowman Sr. was sentenced Friday to five years' probation and ordered to repay $19,874 for his part in a credit card scam. Bowman had admitted to one misdemeanor count of bribing a bank official. He paid $1,000 to the scam ringleader in exchange for processing his phony small-business credit card application.Bowman resigned from the Missouri House of Representatives when he pleaded guilty in January to a reduced offense

Mike Roberts Jr., the son of wealthy developer Michael V. Roberts Sr. and VP of Mayfair Hotels, is running for the 64th House District against incumbent Rep. Rachel Storch. He is following in the footsteps of his father and uncle, Steve in politics. Both Roberts served at City Hall as aldermen in the 1980s - Mike in the 19th Ward, and Steve in the 20th Ward. Elections will be Nov. 4

GOT Lyrics hosted by Mocha Latte’ every Wednesday night is back on track. Got Lyrics is held at the new location, Van Goghz Martini Bar and Bistro, 3200 Shenandoah Ave. , from 7pm to12am each week. Admission for the event is free before8pm. After 8:00 the cost is minimal; $3.00 for poets and $5.00 for audience. Members of the press are welcome and encouraged to attend opening night.........................Check out Mocha Latte on STL-TV (Formerly City 10) this Wednesday, March 26 at 7 p.m. and will repeat for two weeks thereafter Fri, March 28 at 4:30 PM; Sat. March 29 at 9:00 PM; Sun. March 30 at 10:30 PM; Mon, March 31 at 3:00 PM; and Tues. April 1 at 10:30 PM. The same time schedule will repeat until April 8..............................My Drink N My Two Step Thursdays at Dante's hosted by Mocha LAtte . Ladies Free Admission and Drinks til Midnite…………..Kyjuan’s Weekend April 11-13 (SEE EVENT
BITZ for details)……………………. Pick up an Evening Whirl on Mondays and check out Mocha Latte’s column COFFEE TALK!SPRING INTO FITNESS...CHECK OUT THE WEBSITE: OR CALL 314-831-7505Please tell them Mocha Latte' referred you.MOCHA'S SPOTLIGHTWriter, poet, singer, musician. Te’ V. Smith is a talent worth seeking out! From his humorous and playful yet educational political and social songs to his mind and soul challenging poetry he has amazed crowds from Kentucky to Paris France.An accomplished jazz pianist and soul writer his debut onto the national scene came mid 2007 when he joined the legendary “Roots” for a 5 city tour sharing the gift of word through poetry and song. With a strong following on the poetry/spoken word circuit Mr. Smith is sure to continue to push the envelope, raise the bar and change lives.Other credits include: The Washington Post’ 100 most influential writers of the next generation 1997 ; Guest youth poet at le deil with Saul Williams and Ani Difranco 2000; featured on BET’s Lyric Café 2006; guest performer for Floetry’ “Floetry remix Tour” 2007; andfeatured artist on Russell Simmons’ Def Poetry Jam 2007HEAR HIM SHARE HIS LIFE at WWW.MYSPACE.COM/TEVSMITHContact Mocha Lattte if you want to book him.For more info on these events, contact Miss Latte at 314.646.9917 or ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


Go, Diego, Go LIVE! The Great Jaguar Rescue 5 performances at the Fabulous Fox Theatre! Saturday, May 31 at 11am, 2pm & 5pm ; Sunday, June 1 at 2pm & 5pmTickets go on-sale Friday, April 4 at 10am! $43, $33, $28, $24, $20 & $15At the Fox Box Office, MetroTix outlets or by calling 314/534-1111Order tickets online at Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus’ MAMMA MIA!, the smash hit musical based on the songs of ABBA, makes a triumphant return to the Fox Theatre for one week only, June 3-8 as a special offering of the U.S. Bank Broadway series. Curtain times are Tuesday through Friday at 8 p.m., Saturday at 2 and 8 p.m., and Sunday at 2 and 7:30 p.m. This marks the musical’s fifth engagement at the Fabulous Fox proving to be a St. Louis favorite! Tickets for MAMMA MIA! range from $25 to $69 depending on performance date and seat location. Tickets go on sale April 27 at the Fox Theatre box office and all MetroTix locations. To charge by phone, call MetroTix at 314/534-1111 or order on-line at Groups of 20 or more can call Fox Group Sales at 314/535-2900 for special rates on select performances. MAMMA MIA! is a special offering of the U.S. Bank Broadway Series and sponsored by American Airlines.

KETC / CHANNEL 9 presents
Willie Nelson
With Special Guest James Hunter
Saturday, June 14 • 7:30 pm
At the Fabulous Fox Theatre!
$53, $48, $43, $38
Tickets go on sale Saturday, April 12 at 10 am!

with Chick Corea, Stanley Clarke, Al Di Meola, Lenny White
Back together again for the first time in over 25 years!
Tuesday, June 17 • 8 p.m.
Fabulous Fox Theatre
$74.50, $64.50, $49.50, $44.50, $39.50
VIP Packages also available
Tickets are on sale now.
Miles Davis’ electric bands in the late ‘60s served as inspiration for several pioneering jazz fusion bands, including Tony Williams’ Lifetime, Herbie Hancock’s Headhunters, John McLaughlin’s Mahavishnu Orchestra, Joe Zawinul and Wayne Shorter’s Weather Report and Chick Corea’s legendary Return to Forever. Formed in 1971, Return to Forever is known for improvising complex compositions and melding the jazz tradition with rock music. Though the lifespan of the band was only from 1972 to 1977, Return to Forever has been heralded as one of the most innovative bands in jazz history. The highly anticipated return of Return to Forever gives original fans and a new generation of listeners a chance to experience their unparalleled pure sound live.

Featuring T Bone BurnettThursday, June 19 • 8pm
Fabulous Fox Theatre
$67.50, $57.50 & $47.50
Tickets are on sale now

Recipients of the 2007 Grammy award for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals, for the track “Gone Gone Gone (Done Moved On)”, ROBERT PLANT and ALISON KRAUSS – along with Raising Sand producer and band leader T Bone Burnett – are creating a show that will feature songs from their collaborative release, as well as from the artists’ extensive career discographies.Band members for the tour include Jay Bellerose (drums) and Dennis Crouch (bass) – both of whom played on Raising Sand – as well as Buddy Miller (guitar) and Stuart Duncan (fiddle, mandolin and other instruments). Burnett will play guitar and 6-string bass, as well as perform several songs. For more information, go to 2008-2009 U.S. Bank Broadway Series Shows and Specials: (Subscription Season in Bold) Oprah Winfrey presents THE COLOR PURPLE, October 21-November 2, 2008 SWEENEY TODD, November 14-16, 2008CATS, November 28-30, 2008LEGALLY BLONDE the Musical, January 20-February 1, 2009The Rep presents SPRING AWAKENING, February 10-22, 2009CIRQUE DREAMS JUNGLE FANTASY, March 17-29, 2009Dance St. Louis presents STOMP, April 3-5, 2009HAIRSPRAY, April 24-26, 2009Dance St. Louis presents RIVERDANCE, May 1-3, 2009A CHORUS LINE, May 12-24, 2009RENT, June 2-7, 2009MARY POPPINS, AUGUST 13-30, 2009THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA, September 23-October 17, 2009


Dreams and Fantasies Reign N Men Entertainment presents Wednesday Night Ladies Nite Ladies Only Affair at Club Broadway Nite Club, 11836 W. Florissant, wed. April 16. & p.m. doors 8 p.m. showtime. $10 gen ad. $15 VIP. Call and book in advance or info call 314.972.6100...................................Join POWER COUPLE INC. as they bring SENSUALITY to St. Louis with the show thats only been seen on HBO. The Punany Poets: Verbal PenetrationAPRIL 17TH, 2008 @ THE MOOHLAH THEATREDOORS OPEN @ 7PM SHOW STARTS @ 8PMHosted by: Aloha FOR MORE INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS VISIT:

NIGHTLIFE NETWORKING: SEDUCTION…April editionApril 17@POSH 408 N Euclid Urban Jazz & Drink SpecialsEnjoy this intimate setting and be SEDUCED by the atmosphere...Doors open at 9PM, night doesn't end until 1:30.Early Arrival Suggested. ...and again, THIS IS A NO COVER EVENT. Visit: DOCTOR, DR. LLAILA AFRIKA will be in the LOU @ Ujamma Bookstore..Friday , Apr. 18 at 6pm. Tickets are $10 adv, $15 door. Includes an 11:30am lunch...Call 535-3238 for more details...otherwise, hope all is well in your world. Link up wit me over at myspace if you have an account go to
April Arts & Wine presents

Performed by Joel P. E. King

April 24-27
Thurs. - Sat @ 8pm
Sun @ 6pm
THE SPACE320-24 N. Vandeventer St. Louis, MO 63108

Admisson $10
LME presents HIGH SOCIETY on April 26, at VITO’S is located at 3515 Lindell Blvd in Grand Center one block east of Grand and Lindell. You will enjoy an assortment of hors d'oeuvres while vibing to the sounds of DJ REMINISE. The mix will be incredible, the dance floor will be packed, and we will be bringing you another facet of the LME experience! Music starts at 10pm and the party doesn’t end until 3am!For more info contact info@lme-stl.comsoul stylz and ray hills present zodiac connection J Buck's {DownTown} 1000 Clark AveSaint Louis Mo 63102Saturday} 04.26.08}9pm-2:45am
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AUDITION BITZ It's Just Me April. I'm looking for all kinds of talent for a promotional live show to be held at a cafe in Indianapolis Indiana. If you sing R&B,Soul,Jazz,Gospel, Neo Soul,Country,Blues,Rap,Rock what ever. If you play any kind of insturment,spoken word, dance, 1-3 person stage act. Please contact me at
.............................................St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase - July 19-24, 2008 Cinema St. Louis is proud to announce that submissions for the 8thannual 2008 St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase. Deadline for submissions isMay 31, 2008. Click here for an Adobe PDF of the official submission application and entry rules. A Word document can be supplied upon request.

ArtsINTERsection, Metro Theatre Company’s exciting arts education program returns to New City School, 5209 Waterman Avenue, June 9 – 27, 2008. ArtsINTERsection offers a preschool program for children ages 4 – 5 and school age children ages 9 -11. “At ArtsINTERsection kids can expect to have a busy day exploring theater, music, visual art and movement led by a staff of experienced, professional teaching artists with loads of individual attention in a caring environment where every child feels successful,” said Emily Petkewich, Director of Education Metro Theater Company. Four and Five year olds will explore creative drama and music in the morning and visual art and outdoor play in the afternoon. This unique program is great way to get preschoolers ready for their fall school experience! Six through 11 year olds explore acting and improvisation, creative movement, a creativity lab and visual art. Each week brings new creative challenges! Children may attend one, two or all three weeks of the program. Before and after care is also offered by New City School for an additional fee. Tuition is $230 per week, parents who register prior to May 1, 2008 receive an early bird rate of $210 per week. For more information or to register visit or call (314) 997-6777……………………………………………….Stray Dog Theatre Hop into spring dance classes for children taught by Sheila Rabbitt - professional teacher/choreographer Come learn beginning modern and jazz dance in a positive environment where children will not only learn steps but create their own dances. Great for kids just starting out and those with some experience! Tuesdays and Thursdays 4:45-5:45 pm 4:45-5:45 pm Children 6-9 Children 10-12 Cost $48 for 8 week session Class size is limited. Early registration suggested. Please call Sheila Rabbitt at (314) 898-0374 to register. LOCATION Tower Grove Abbey 2336 Tennessee Avenue..................................... Stray Dog Theatare 2008 SUMMER ON STAGEChildren’s Theatre Arts Camps for Kindergarten – 5th Grade* Join Stray Dog Theatre’s ARTS IN MIND for a summer season of theatre camps.
Camps are taught by theatre professionals and offer a variety of hands-on fun and education, culminating in a week’s end play for friends and family. Snacks and materials are provided. Space is limited, so make your reservation today. Come join the fun! TIME
9:00am – 12:00noon LOCATION Tower Grove Abbey, 2336 Tennessee Avenue, Saint Louis, MO 63104 COST $100 per child, per week (Check, Money Order, or Credit Card)
CONTACT Call for information and registration (314) 276-9039 and ........................................................................Kobalt Books has just inked a movie-production dealwith Factor Media Group/Applecrate Films/OmniquestMedia to develop the true life story of Rev. BurtonBarr Jr. and his autobiography, “The HoodlumPreacher”, into a feature film. The publisher, KobaltBooks, is currently looking to raise development fundsfor this film. Potential investors will come on asmanaging members of the company thatproduces thefilm.For More Investment Info, Contact:Cedric Mixon at 314-503-5462........................................Shante LIFE Davis is offering tutoring services forthe youth for grades 1-12. If you are aware of anyonewho is in need of some extra educational support,please feel free to contact her or give them hercontact information. Shante "LIFE" Davis(314)418-9803................STL rapper/producer J-Kwon-has a new label deal and we are looking for someinterns to work on the new label HOOD HOP MUSICgraphicdesigners street team female street team club streetteam models internet teams (e-blasting,bloggers,writers)We are looking for the best. So instead ofjust grabbing the person that says they are the best,we are looking for people to SHOW us they are the best at what they do. The bread-winners will be put onpayroll with a permanent job with the company. If youthink you will be the next hottest publicist, model,A&R, sponsorship writer, whatever it is that you do,then get at us! If you can do mixtape covers, adcovers, posters, willing to do street team work and beapart of this new label contact me directly at
…………………………..Joel P. E. King, owner of JPEK CreativeWorks LLC and The Space, wants to make an offer tothose of you who are in search for party and eventspace. Close to 2,000 square feet of available spacefor your next event, wedding party, baby shower, artexhibition and more. Here at The Space, you willacquire elegance, convenience and wonderfulhospitality. The Space located at 320-24 N.Vandeventer (off Lindell Blvd. in SLU area) Contact:314.494.5976 or 314.494.9095................Saint Louis has a new STREET TEAM. STL Promotions Professional Staff ,On time reporting with Pictures Electronic Marketing:E-Cards, E-Blast, Website Presence, Guerilla Marketing Techniques, Service Street, Radio, College, and Mixtape DJs, Special Events, Telephone Conferences,Retail, Market Visits, Professional Marketing Strategy for Saint Louis, Premium Product Placement, Exposure every day and every night at every event Our machine operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!!!! We will exceed your expectations!!! Contact us at 314-750-6806.................ONGOING BITZStatus Fridays every Friday at Dolce Ladies $5 before 11 p.m. 9 p.m.-3 amCAFE SOUL, every 3rd Friday of the Month, Lucas House, 1220 Allen at Gravois, Doors 8 p.m., Band 9 p.m. FOR VIP SEATING PLEASE CALL 314-504-7405. GET THERE EARLY! SEATING IS LIMITED!The Black Rep's blog, Black Reppin. It can be found on its website,, or directly at
As with other blogs, readers are invited to join the conversation..............Suite Soul Spot, 1st Tuesday of each Month at the Old Rock House, 1200 S 7th Blvd. 9 p.m. 314-588-0505.2 Dollar Tuesdays at The Spot, 8370 N Broadway. $2 to get in and $2 drink specials all niet liong. Doors at 9 p.m. for more info call 314.385.4545UPDATE: J’var, JE and Maxxed Out Entertainment Present Lyric Lounge every Wednesday @ House of Comedy (formerly Laughs on theLanding), 801 N. 2nd Street Featuring Poets, R&B, NeoSoul, Jazz and Funk artist weekly……Singers and poetryslam enthusiast gather weekly to present a uniqueblend of spoken word poetry and music from local andnot so local artist…….Doors open @ 8 show starts @9…..$100 weekly cash prize to the hottestlyricist….live band …..door prizes….giveaways…….allfor only $5 at the door For more info, call 314.241.5233 UPDATE: Power Stiletto Entertainment presents Power Networking Wednesdays, beginning 5 pm-11 pm at the LOUNGE inside the new STL House of Comedy (formerly Laughs on the Landing), 801 N. 2nd St. $5 ADMISSION. 314.241.5233. The April 9 edition will be hosted by Foxy 95 personality Niecey Davis) For more info email
Roc-a- Star presents Refreshin with DJ NeedlesThursdays at Xes behind the Drunken Fish, 612. N. 2ndSt. Laceldes Landing. Ladies FREE til 11 p.m..............Check out DJ Soundz every Friday nite spinnin on the 1s ans2s at the Loft on Olive............Urban Causal Fridays hosted by Bishop V-luv, HappyHour at Spruills, 1101 N. Jefferson. Free from6p.m.-9p.m. (2 for 1) Free food 9 p.m.-11p.m. Drinkspecials until midnite. Party 9 p.m. to 3 a.m. Ladies free til 11 p.m. for more info call 314.574.9601 or314.625.4595 or go to
The Virtual Lounge Expressions, A Christian based open mic every 1st Friday, Cookies jazz and More #20 AllenBlvd. Webster Groves, Mo. Doors open at 8 p.m. Cover $10. For more info go to
Tuff On Paper ENT presents Network and ShowcaseSaturdays every first Saturday of each month and LoveYourself Saturdays every third Saturday of each month,9.m.--until at the Spyglass, 255 Union at Lindell $5at the door. first 50 Ladies Free until 11 p.m. First25 ladies get a free drink. 21 and older. Grown andsexy attire. For showcase info hit up
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Majic 104.9's BJ the DJ is personally inviting you tothe Saturday to a straight up Old School limitation! The house party will belive at the new Broadway Nite Club on New Hallsferryand West Florissant! AND at the new Knockouts! For more info contact Gina Foster at 314.712.1083 or go to
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