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Raycom media glitch – front page photo of Condoleezza Rice on Barbara Bush’s passing explained

April 19, 2018

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A mistakenly placed photo on the death of a beloved Presidents wife, Barbara Bush’s passing has been explained. The news announcement took a turn when viewers/readers where confronted by a photo of former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. I called  a local news stations, KHNL,  Hawaii News Now, to whom I have work with on […]

From April Showers Springs “Make it Rain”

April 12, 2018

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Areva Martin’s new book is a blossoming pathway on “How to Use Media to Revolutionize Your Business & Brand” By Areva Martin, Esq. With Donna Beech. Her new Book’s  press release “Make it Rain” states the full bloom of Areva years of experience that have blossomed into to a field of opportunities.  To highlight not […]

High rents + Low wages = Honolulu

April 11, 2018

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In Hawaii and across American, Honolulu has some of the highest numbers of Houseless individuals in America, other City’s should take heed and learn from this formula: High Rents + Low Wages = Honolulu Hawaii And a new report out from the Hawaii Government sheds more light on the struggles and problems for people in […]

CEO of Charlotte Works arrested for alleged Assault on a Female

March 24, 2018

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We have reached out to the Communication Manager of Charlotte Works for a statement in regards to the arrest of their President and CEO, Patrick Graham. On Friday March 23, 2018, the Mecklenburg County Sheriffs Department website records show Graham was taken in to custody about 3:54 am and release on bond for an alleged […]

Charlotte’s lost vision

March 20, 2018

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A dense fog has set in over Charlotte North Carolina, along with a new City Council seemly desperate for Corporate America’s approval and any accomplishment.  The new CLT City Council has lost its vision and is working at a hurried pace that could be severely detrimental to the City’s overall Health and Welfare. You would […]

Living on the wrong side of the Tracks

February 11, 2018

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I received an official email on Friday from Larry Kopf, the CATS Chief Operations Planning Officer, that the new CATS Public Transportation City Bus Route #3 on Sunday will not service the People of Oakview Terrace Community on Centre & Kentucky. While people on the other side of the Tracks will have the Luxury and […]

Why your Voice Matters – Public Access

February 3, 2018

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As an emergency Cable Advisory Committee (CAC) meeting, by The Hawai’i State Department of Commerce & Consumer Affairs (DCCA) is scheduled for today Friday, 2/2/18 to hear from Charter on its migration of community access channels, public comment is welcome. We wanted to share our letter I submitted and why we believe Public Access and […]