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The 4th Annual Charleston Caribbean Jerk Festival is Saturday, July 15, 2017 at Riverfront Park in North Charleston from 4p to 11p.

The Charleston Caribbean Jerk Festival celebrates Caribbean food, culture, and music.

Caribbean food vendors from across the Southeast will compete for the title of Best Jerk Chef 2016!!7

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The disconnect in the Charleston hip-hop scene if finally coming together… This is dope! Read more below…

 

(Press Release – Tawana Tee PR & Marketing)

Charleston, S.CLive from the Underground returns to Purple Buffalo on July 22. In partnership with Dope & Rare and Blu Gorilla Tattoo, Tee N Mac will create a music-fest vibe with two stages, performances, and a vendor market. And what started off as a concert, will now be the ultimate summer experience with a cookout sponsored by Sun of a Brunch Catering, LLC.

Live from the Underground: The Cookout, hosted by Black Dave, will feature the sounds of OG the DJ, DJ Rubin, and local acts to include: SALIS, Benjamin Starr, VT the Fresh Prince, and Walter Brown.

“We all bring something different to the hip-hop scene,” said SALIS. “There will be old and new school hip-hop, a little bit of trap, and Country Rap Tunes playing on two stages. This is a really good line up… I’m ready.”

Back in April, SALIS and his publicist Tawana Tee, announced Live from the Underground as one of three hip-hop concerts. The Cookout will be the second part and is expected to be their biggest summer event. The PR-rapper duo are also looking forward to performances from D Money and Ray Deez of Retro Flow Ent., CashFirst Jazz, and a surprised guest.

Live from the Underground: The Cookout will be held from 3 p.m.-8 p.m. Admission is $10. Guest must be 21 + with a valid id to enter. Food maybe purchased from Sun of a Brunch Catering, LLC; cash or credit/debit accepted. The Purple Buffalo is located at 2702 Azalea Drive in North Charleston. For more information, email tawana.tolbert@gmail.com or visit Live from the Underground: The Cookout on Facebook.

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What: Live from the Underground: The CookOut

Where: The Purple Buffalo || 2702 Azalea Drive   North Charleston 29405

When: Saturday, July 22| 3 p.m-8 p.m.

Cost: $10 afterward | No advanced tickets required; Must be 21 or older.

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Featuring these lovely Queens of Poetry:
Lady War, Bria ThaPoet, Kristina, Liz Corelli, Jayne Phlow, Meka The Messenger, The Illustriou Blaze, Courtnay Da Poet, and Queen Christine

Guest performances by Andrea MusiQ Queen, K Da Voice.

DJ Storm providing the sounds.

Hosted by none other that Savannah of Star 99.7 with co-host JustLove.

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Educators today find themselves having to confront complex social issues such as racially motivated violence and cultural intolerance. How do we begin to address the underlying anxiety and implicit bias that make these conversations necessary? What role can literacy play in creating more positive social outcomes? Investigative journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones will moderate a provocative discussion among a cross-sector of literacy leaders about these issues and more.

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The movie that we have been waiting years to see is finally here! The Tupac biopic has finally been released! The anticipation that many fans have held will finally get some relief this week with the premiere opening of the official “All Eyes On Me – Legends Never Die” biopic.

Will this be as good as the NWA biopic?  Will the characters look like they were born to play each role?  Will we see the various facets of such a complex and larger than life Tupac? Will Demetrius Shipp Jr. meet extremely high expectations of nailing the role of Shakur? This week, all of our questions will be answered.

This week, the Black Collective along with 99.3 The Box, and Monster Music are holding an advanced screen of “All Eyes On Me”.  If you are a true fan of hip-hop, black culture, and music you can see this movie before anyone else by attending the official screening going down Thursday, June 15th at the Terrace Theater-Click here for tickets.

The true and untold story of prolific rapper, actor, poet and activist Tupac Shakur (Demetrius Shipp Jr.), from his early days in New York to his status as one of the world’s most recognized and influential voices. Against all odds, Shakur’s raw talent, powerful lyrics and revolutionary mindset establish him as a cultural icon whose legacy continues to grow long after his death.

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