Originally posted on 2020-05-08 14:05:05 Darryl Robinson, 50, the mixologist and former host of 'Drink Up' on the Cooking Channel was found dead...
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Originally posted on 2012-05-16 14:27:06 Chuck Brown, the bandleader who capitalized on funk's percussive pulse to create go-go, the genre of music that has soundtracked life in black Washington for more than three decades, died May 16 at the Johns Hopkins University hospital in Baltimore. He was 75.The death was confirmed by his manager Tom Goldfogle.
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Originally posted on 2012-03-15 01:25:07 Former Record Label Exec Dwayne Alexander Stabbed to Death
GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) announced recently that the U.S.
Police arrested Fredrick Richardson hours after the murder where Kand i Burruss' former fiance (pictured) was literally stomped to death outside an Atlanta nightclub that he co owned and was in negotiations to buy called "The Body Tap." Richardson also was injured in the fight but will be charged once he is released from Grady Memorial Hospital.
I know you could care less if these 4 teens rot in jail or what happens to them while they are there but you will be glad to know they are off the streets and more arrests are coming."
Black Honor Student Beaten To Death on Video in Chicago. How Can We Talk about the Glenn Becks? (disturbing video)
UPDATE: Video has been removed for violation of some kind sorry:
Trial Set In Radio Contest Death Case Woman Died While Trying To Win WiiA Sept. 8 trial date has been set in the wrongful death case of a woman who died from water intoxication after a Sacramento radio station contest, KCRA 3 has learned exclusively.
Alan Burns recent study would CERTAINLY apply to Black radio as well. Syndication, Voice tracking and homogenized Black radio have all alienated the listener in the one format that so greatly depends on the connection to the listener. When Black radio stops communicating with the local community.. it dies a slow and painful death.-- --------------------------------What Does Music Radio Communicate When It's Not Playing Music? Is it talking to its audience?by Alan BurnsWhen a music radio station talks, does it talk about things the
Radio Facts: Alan Burns recent study would CERTAINLY apply to urban radio as well. Syndication, Voice tracking and homogenized urban radio have...
Radio Facts: A coroner has ruled that an accidental overdose of methadone and alcohol killed the husband of singer-songwriter Corinne Bailey Rae, reports say. Police found the body of Scottish-born Jason Rae, 31, at a flat in the Hyde Park area of Leeds, West Yorkshire, on March 22. Leeds Coroner's Court said the saxophonist had alcohol and methadone, a heroin substitute, in his blood. He also found traces of cocaine and ecstasy during the post-mortem examination, but said those would not have contributed to Mr. Rae's death. Coroner David Hinchliff gave a verdict of "death by misadventure," according to Eurweb.com. Bailey Rae, 29, met her husband at a Leeds jazz club where she was working as a cloakroom attendant. They married in 2001. In a statement read by the coroner in court, the singer, who was not present, said her husband had struggled with alcohol for "a few years." "My husband is my first and only true love," she said. "He is the most beautiful and complex person I have ever known. He is utterly irreplaceable." Rae's band played as a backing band for Amy Winehouse, Mark Ronson and Bailey Rae herself, and had recently released a debut album, "Hot Damn!," at the time of his death.
Corinne Bailey Rae
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