November 1, 2018
– Guests: Tania Kelley a.k.a. Nia Renee and mom Tamera Kelly | Little Rock teenage singing sensation Tania Kelley is steadily building her resume with plans to take on the music world with her powerful voice. Kelley, who goes by the stage name Nia Renee, has sung the National Anthem at the Washington Nationals in June, and also sung at the Governor’s Mansion, Diva’s in the Rock, and list of other places. The 15-year-old is a sophomore at Little Rock Central High and is set to appear in the school’s play “Sister Act”, November 9th & 10th. The Friday show will begin at 7pm & Saturday at 2pm. Tickets will be available at the box office for $5 for student, and $10 for adults. Kelley will also be seen at the Arkansas Repertory Theatre’s Reveal Show, November 13th and was cast in Madama Butterfly Opera in the Rock, set for May 2019. To keep up with Nia Renee, schedule bookings & appearances, visit www.niarenee.net or visit her on Facebook at “Official Nia Renee” or on Instagram at “Issa.Nia.Renee”.
– Guests: Lorenzo Lewis, Founder of The Confess Project and Matt Dillion, Owner and Operator or Good Fellas Barbershop | Beyond the Shop, the Barbershop program under The Confess Project, is a focus led group facilitated by ambassadors and leaders, who encourage cultural dialogue and more. The program targets mental health awareness, healthy relationships, and provides resources for services and treatment. The Confess Project is a nonprofit organization that cultivates the culture with boys and men of color through engagement of mental health awareness, while improving emotional health. Beyond the Shop will have the last session of the year, Friday, November 2nd at 6pm at Good Fella’s Barbershop, 4546 McCain Blvd. (by Burger King) in North Little Rock. To learn more about the program and others, visit www.theconfessproject.com.
– Guests: Allie Freeman, III, member of Black Men United Team for 3 Miles of Men | The Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure takes place this weekend and “3 Mile of Men”, comprised of fathers, sons, uncles, brothers, and friends, will line the race course to show their support for the many women runners and walkers. The Black Men United Team has won numerous times for being having the largest team lining the race course. The race will be Saturday, November 3rd in downtown Little Rock. The men will be posted on Broadway Street between Capitol and 4th Street. Men who arrive early will have the opportunity to receive a free breakfast at the Three Miles of Men Headquarters, located at Capitol Smokehouse & Grill, 915 West Capitol in Little Rock. This is limited to the first 300 “3 Miles of Men” participants. A $30 registration will get you a long sleeve shirt. To register, visit the Race Space in the Promenade at Chenal, 17711 Chenal Parkway (across the Apple Store) in Little Rock. For more information, visit Komen for the Cure Arkansas – “3 Miles of Men” on Facebook or “3 Miles of Men” on Twitter or call 501-400-5590.