This is Sharon Raiford Bush’s (nee, Crews) first White House-issued media credential, which allowed her to work directly with President Jimmy Carter. Bush was a television journalist and weather anchor at the time, employed by WGHP-TV in High Point, NC, an ABC affiliate.
Bush got her start in broadcast news on September 29, 1975, when WGPR-TV in Detroit, MI, became the first black-owned-and-operated television station in the nation. In effect, Bush became the nation’s first black female weather anchor of prime-time news.
Actor Grand L. Bush was born on December 24, 1955. (Photo Courtesy: News Archives International)
Grand L. Bush is a veteran actor with more than 100 stage, television and major motion picture projects to his credit. He retired from acting in 2003 to return to medical school. He is currently an elite member of The American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography. Bush specializes in vascular and abdominal technology in Los Angeles, CA.
Los Angeles Freestyle Rap Artist Chris La Vrar (Photo Courtesy: Overallsite.com)
In recent years, the phenomenal rise of rap artist Macklemore and power producer Ryan Lewis has proven that the world wants to hear music aimed at exploring obsessions and provoking social change.
An increasing number of young music devotees are becoming more particular when it comes to listening to the styles of hip-hop and rap. Many are gravitating away from superficial lyrics and inching toward purposeful messages that present a greater impact on their existence and the influences in their lives.
As the number of independent film productions continues to rise in the coming years, so will employment levels for self-employed producers and directors.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts a 16 percent increase in job opportunities will stem from media companies that are experimenting currently with post-modern methods to deliver entertainment content to the public.
The most common modes of procedure include mobile and online television capabilities.
Ever since Walt Disney portrayed the custom of traveling from house to house in search of candy in the 1952 cartoon “Trick or Treat,” the Halloween practice has been established firmly in popular culture.
Throughout Los Angeles, residents that prefer to participate in the tradition decorate their homes with make-believe jack-o-lanterns, spider webs and fake skeletons.
Others, who choose not to be disturbed on Oct. 31, resort to just turning on their front light and leaving goodies in bowls on the front porch.
With so many neighborhoods dotting LA’s urban sprawl, parents are urged to take caution in choosing the right type of community to take their costumed children out for an evening of thrills and adventure.
Here are a few popular areas in LA to consider visiting on Halloween that promise an enjoyable and safer trick-or-treating experience.
Emmy-nominated comedy writer and celebrity DJ Diallo Riddle explains what it takes to become a celebrity disc Jockey in the entertainment capital of the world. (Photo Courtesy: Diallo Riddle)
Now that the Bureau of Labor Statistics expects the job outlook for announcers and masters of ceremony to play out like a slow drag in coming years, a growing number of emcees and DJs in Los Angeles are setting their sights on the big city’s teeming nightlife.
With hundreds of thousands of bars and distinguished clubs dotting the landscape at every twist and shout, many in the entertainment industry are discovering a groove that’s considered a creative way to make a buck.