Thu04172014

Business

Universal Commercial sets MBE Power Breakfast No. 2

On July 8, Universal Commercial Real Estate will present its monthly Regional MBE Power Breakfast at the University Club.

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From ‘regular’ to A.M.E bishop – a quest to serve

In his announcement speech, the Rev. Dr. Clement W. Fugh provided insight into his “Candidacy for Episcopal Service-2012 in the African Methodist Episcopal Church” and an explanation of the “Recovery Movement.”

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The evolution of Memphis music

Our month-long series on the music industry continues this week with veterans Johnnie Walker, Kurt “KC” Clayton and Barron “Baba” McGlothlin discussing the evolution of Memphis Music.

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‘A 40-minute neo-soul-gospel-themed jam session’

 

Vaneese Thomas did not hesitate. Asked the one thing she would like Memphians to know about her, Thomas replied, “That I exist.” 

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Bishop McKenzie to keynote Providence A.M.E. banquet

Providence AME Church will hold its Anniversary Banquet with Bishop Vashti Murphy McKenzie of the 13th Episcopal District of the African Methodist Episcopal church, as the keynote speaker

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GEAR UP students get lesson in entrepreneurship

Entrepreneur Chris Burns is a take-me-as-I-am kind of person who seizes every opportunity he can to teach/educate people via what he calls impromptu presentations.

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MMBC Economic Fair turns it up a notch

The 2011 Mid-South Minority Business Council’s (MMBC) Economic Development Fair at the Cook Convention Center proved to be a major hit with both exhibitors and participants. 

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Concert delivers for Greater Middle Baptist Church youth

A family-and-friends style benefit concert for the Youth Department at Greater Middle Baptist Church fit those who attended like a brand new, custom-made suit.

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Suicide and the Black Church

 

“Suicide and the Black Church Conference 2011” is slated for Wednesday and Thursday, June 22-23, at the University of Tennessee’s Mid-town campus.

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Music & Money

Mr. Del, Lawrence “Boo” Mitchell and Al Kapone have all been perfecting their craft over the years and speak from a place of experience.

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Toyota flashes no-go signal to use of ‘Black Press’ to thank African-American consumers

Toyota Motor Sales USA executives have angered an association of America’s preeminent African-American newspaper publishers.

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Vaneese Thomas headlines upcoming gospel concert

Vaneese Thomas, daughter of Stax legend Rufus Thomas and sister of soul sensation Carla Thomas will be in concert at Greater Middle Baptist Church on Sunday, June 19, at 5 p.m. 

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State of the music industry

Mr. Del, Erika Pearson and Keelyn Ellis represent some of the best that Memphis has to offer. All three are making serious moves to keep Memphis on the forefront of the entertainment business.

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