Monday, September 14, 2015

ZIGGY: Serena WINS, Zemrah Live, Common's Show

ZIGGY: Serena WINS, Zemrah Live, Common's Show
COMMON IS MAKING MOVES. . . Tequan Richmond from Everybody Hates Chris and Jason Weaver from the show Smart Guy have joined the cast of Showtime’s cu
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Serena Beats Venus!!! She is a history maker!!!
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Tequan Richmond from Everybody Hates Chris and Jason Weaver from the show Smart Guy have joined the cast of Showtime’s currently untitled drama series about a young black man faced with the reality of growing up black in America.
Tequan will play Emmett, a young man who’s fathered three children with three different women he believes his sexual prowess is what defines him, but his thoughts on manhood will soon come under fire.
Jason will play Ronnie, “a street corner philosopher” who fights to win back the love of his life.
Lets see what Chicago talent has to offer, Bravo Common!
As The Summer Winds Down. . .
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The South Side Music Fest is this Saturday On 87th and Jeffery!!! and it is completely free!!!!
It will be music and tons of activities for the adults and kids!!!
Go check it out!!!!!
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Apple unveiled new iPhones in the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, evolutionary variations on last year's models. The new editions come with a built-in force sensing system dubbed 3D Touch, which relies on sensors embedded in the phone's LCD backlight to measure how hard a user is pressing down on the display.
3D Touch introduces new layers to iPhone's user interface. Dubbed "Peek and Pop" controls, a light press brings up a Peek mode preview of emails, addresses, photos and more without opening a separate app. A deeper press pops said content into a corresponding app, for example a hard press on an address might open Maps.
They also rolled out a new iPad Pro with 12.9-inch Retina display with 5.6 million pixels, more than a Retina 15-inch MacBook Pro.
Another accessory due out in November is Apple Pencil, a pressure- and motion-sensing stylus built specifically for drawing and writing on Pro's copious screen real estate.
They also upgraded the Apple TV!
Tech Savvy People are going to have a field day!!
3 Chicagoans Honored. . .
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Woodlawn will celebrate three of its most famous residents at a new festival on Saturday.
The SOL Street Festival will remember Oscar Brown Jr., Lorraine Hansberry and Sam Greenlee with music, poetry and drama from noon-7 p.m. at Voice Park at 62nd Street and Cottage Grove Avenue.
The event starts with a community march from 63rd and Ingleside at 10 a.m. to the park.
This Event is FREE!!!!!
eta Premieres. . .
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Synthia Williams
ETA will commence their 45th Season on September 18, 2015 with Chicago Premiere, “Sins of the Father” written by Synthia Williams.
“Like lies, secrets are just coverings for what really happened. We wrap the truth in darkness and believe it will just disappear, but it never does. I started out writing a generational play from a patriarchal point of view. The Hamilton family, like all the characters that I birth, told me the story they wanted to tell. The result is Sins of the Father,” says, Synthia Williams, playwright.
“Sins of the Father” opens September 18 and runs through October 25 2015 with a preview on September 17, 2015.
Show times are 8 pm Fri & Sat; 3 &7 p.m. Sundays at eta Square, 7558 S. South Chicago Ave.
General admission is $30, with student, senior and groupdiscounts.
For tickets and information, call 773-752-3955 or visit
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