|Volume IV, Issue 2||
This photo is indicative of what George Carlin says is necessary to improve THE STATE OF OUR SOULS. The Internet has held my attention since 1997, when I began designing my own website, Jazzquest! Since then, I've met hundreds of new friends online and my new column, WORDS WE SPEAK is a compilation of information and statements I've found to be most poignant. Here is a list of the Contents of my newest website.
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Reuniting with old friends and family
This holiday season proved to be rewarding for Joan and granddaughter, Vernechia. They visited old family friends in Perry, GA. who lived next door to Joan's family when she was a child. Three sisters and one brother were the children of Emily, who was Joan's mother, Charlotte's best friend. Emily is one of 19 children born to The Engrams of Perry, GA. Eight of the sisters have moved back from Brooklyn, Queens and Manhattan to GA in the past decade. Joan moved to Atlanta, 110 miles away. So, it was a great reunion because they all remember Joan (Little Renee) and Muki (Vernechia) had a ball with all of the sisters' children and grandchildren.
Robert Logan (20 in February) has blessed us with a great grandson who will be named in memory of Mimi's departed husband, Glenn aka Trubble Phunk.
Though it's almost completed, we haven't set the date for the opening of Caustic Studio in East Point, Georgia, where we will record the music of The Caustic Dames, Joan Cartwright and Jazz Hotline and other talented musicians in the area, nation and abroad.
Motherland Bridge Gallery will be housed at the Caustic Studio. We'll be open to private collectors, only. We will offer framed batiks and Shona sculpture from South and West Africa, oils, acrylics, scratchboards, silk paintings, wood carvings and much more!
We are embarking on a joint venture - GaiaNews & Glitta. Mimi and I will produce this two-part newsletter by encouraging our clients, associates and friends to advertise with a business card ad for $150. Sponsors and advertisers click here for more information.
We'll keep you abreast of the Feed the Homeless & Hungry Awareness Concerts, in Atlanta. Each month, we'll bring you top entertainment from the world of hip hop, r&b, jazz and comedy. Admission is $10 unless you bring 3 or more non-perishable food items, then you only pay $7 for top entertainment. Sponsors and advertisers click here for more information. Media click here for PRESS RELEASE
We send loads of light and love to Marsha Rose and to Bess' son, Wes. We ask his MIGHTY I AM PRESENCE to help them rest, recuperate and regulate their lives so that no further physical ailments will effect them.
Thank you Beloved Mighty
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