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Thanks to your support, the premiere of What’s In A Name was a great success. The movie played on two screens at Shattuck Cinemas in Berkeley. The audience showed every emotion from roaring laughter to tears. All moviegoers were treated to free popcorn and drinks. The VIP After Party at Leige downtown Oakland was a star studded hit. That place was jam-packed on a Thursday night looking like Saturday. What’s In A Name cast and crew where’s treated to complimentary bottle service.
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Congratulations to Author Reverend ElTyna McCree on and her debut writing project. She drew a nice crowd at the book release and her presentation was awesome! Thanks to everyone who came out to support. Click the link below and order your autographed copy of
“Oh What A Ride!” today.
Visit Octopus Literary Salon at 2101 Webster Street in Oakland, and pick up a copy of “Oh! What A Ride! 50 Years In The Airline Travel Industry” by ElTyna McCree.
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The What’s In A Name movie premiere has been set for
Thursday, November 17, 2016
Shattuck Cinemas, 2230 Shattuck Avenue in Berkeley, CA
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Researching for the hospital scenes circa 1983. The key to authentic set designing is in the details. I’ve never been so excited about gurneys, stethoscopes, and IV poles. Onward with
What’s In A Name
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Guice Christian Academy
6925 International Blvd
Oakland, CA. 94612
Union and NonUnion actors welcome
Casting call for Union roles:
Uncle Pablo, African American 18-25, 2 days at ULB rate.
Melanie, African American, 18-25 2 days at ULB rate.
Opal, African American, must be able to play 12yrs and 18yrs, 5 days at ULB rate.
Casting call for Non Union roles:
Several roles for schools scenes, all ethnicities, ages 12-18.
Email headshots and resumes to email@example.com
Habari Gani! is the official Kwanzaa greeting which translates into, “What’s the news of the day?” The answer depends on the Kwanzaa principle of the day.
Kwanzaa is a seven day celebration of African and African-American heritage. it begins December 26th and ends January 1st. Each of the seven days corresponds to one of the seven principles of Kwanzaa: Umoja = Unity, Kujichagulia=Self Determination, Ujima=Collective Work & Responsibility, Ujamaa=Cooperative Economics, Nia= Purpose, Kuumba = Creativity, and Imani=Faith.
In celebration of KWAANZA, Ms. Lva’s Books & More will be hosting our first annual KWAANZA BOOK FAIR. Our goal is to celebrate literacy, as we promote African American publishers and bookstores, and highlight African American books and authors.
Browse our collection and you will find a variety of topics from authors of all genres. We have fiction and non-fiction, classics and contemporary, history, mystery, romance, poetry, urban fiction, Christian fiction and children’s books just to name a few.
African Americans are the most prolific group of people in the United States and the most studied group of people in the world.
Know your history; know yourself.