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  • Lila Thomas Riley

    I’ve heard of your show but haven’t viewed any of it yet. If “His Place” is “food for thought”, I want to be wise in my selection. I don’t want my dessert before my vegetables. Where should I start? Which episode should be served first? Thanks for the helping.
    Hungry to watch,
    Lila

  • Carmen

    Would love to get the organizer of the Haiti fundraiser and the co-founder of Haiti H20 on your show. How can I contact you to talk about that?

    Carmen

    haiti:h20
    from hope 2 opportunity

    For Immediate Release Contact: Thomas G. Boyer
    412-926-8568
    boyertg@gmail.com

    It has been just over two years since a major earthquake shattered the lives of hundreds of thousands in Haiti. A Pittsburgh faith-based organization that worked closely with Haitian churches before the catastrophe and continues to partner with them to empower Haitians to meet the needs of their communities is Haiti H20. On Saturday, March 24, the Chante Music Festival will be held from 4:30 to 10 p.m. at the Church of the Ascension, 4729 Ellsworth Ave., Oakland, to raise money for the ongoing work of Haiti H20.

    Chante means “song” in Creole, and several local performers will be sharing their vocal talents as part of this fundraiser. Among the musical acts will be Josh Verbanets of Meeting of Important People, Pet Clinic, Joel Lindsey of Boulevard of the Allies, inspirational vocalist Sheila B., Elise Massa, Man in the Street, Daniel Snoke, Mark Williams and Matt Alterio. The event, which will take place in Ascension’s New Catacomb Room, will include food and visual art as well as performances. There also will be a silent auction, during which bids can be made on music, art and sports items. Admission is $10 for students, $20 for individuals and $30 for families.

    Founded in 2006, Haiti H20 is a nonprofit organization that links congregations in Haiti with U.S. churches on projects that are sustainable as well as beneficial to Haitian communities. Past efforts have included construction of a school, a bread oven and composting toilets in rural areas of the country.

    For more information about the Chante Music Festival, contact Thomas G. Boyer at 412-926-8568 or boyertg@gmail.com. To learn more about H20, visit http://haitih2o.org.

    • Robin

      Carmen:
      I will bring it to the team during our weekly Tuesday meetings and see if they feel this is a fit for the program.
      Thank you for your interest in being a part of the show.
      Robin

  • I watched an episode about gun violence which is a very serious issue. And then Marcus , his character he plays is a goof ball and jokes are not funny at all. He mentions about
    buying water guns , whats so funny about that. And I notice he is the only goofy character in the whole show. The writer, However I’m just giving a suggestion to write Marcus character as a person not goofing around all the time, keep the smile though.

    Sincerely,
    Lauren Smith
    ps great show

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