Broadway Joe Talk Show | April 18, 2019

April 18, 2019

– Guests: Jay Hartman and Morris Williams, Jr. of the Pi Omicron chapter of Omegas of greater Little Rock & Bill Johnson, Development Director of Arkansas Prostate Cancer Foundation | The 7th Annual Omega Prostate/Colon Cancer Awareness 5K Run/Walk will be Saturday, April 27th at the Big Dam Bridge (Murray Park), 7600 Rebsamen Park Road in Little Rock.  Race start will be 8am sharp. Register online at www.Omegas4PCA.org and on race day from 6:30am-7:45am.  The event will be chip timed and all participants will receive a chip.  Packets can be picked up 1 day early, (Friday, April 26th) from 11am-5pm at Fleet Feet Sports/Easy Runner, 11525 Cantrell Road, Ste. 102 in Little Rock.  An awards ceremony will take place after the race.  Learn more at www.Omegas4PCA.org.

– Guests: Linda Gillam, former Marketing Director at Arkansas Baptist College |  Arkansas Baptist College invites you to their annual fundraiser Supper & Soul Gala, Thursday, May 2nd at the Metroplex Event Center in Little Rock featuring AmericanSoul/R&B group Tony! Toni! Tone!. The evening will include a reception, silent auction, Soul Train dance line, and more! Sponsorship are available.  Proceeds benefit the Arkansas Baptist College Capital Campaign.  For ticket information, call 501-420-1206.

– Guests: Phillip Pointer, Pastor of St. Mark Baptist Church | You are invited to St. Mark Baptist Church for Easter Worship, Sunday, April 21st at one of their three services at 8am, 10am, and 11:30am. Gospel phenomenon Kirk Franklin will join each service and sing his new hit, “Love Theory” with the award-winning Saint Mark Sanctuary Choir.  Also join them on Saturday, April 20th from 10am-1pm for the Church Carnival.  There will be all kinds of games, rides, and an Easter egg hunt. St. Mark is located at 5722 West 12th Street in Little Rock.  To learn more, visit www.smark.org.

– Guests: Bobby Brown, Promoter of the I Luv Da Blues Tour | This event will bring a lot of great blues artists to the city.  The I Luv Da Blues Tour will be Saturday, April 20th at the Barton Coliseum, 2400 Howard Street in Little Rock.  A pre-show tailgate & outdoor experience will kick off at 9am followed by a free outside show!  The inside concert will begin at 5pm with featured artists the Sir Charles, Bigg Robb, LJ Echols, Mr. Sam, Summer Wolfe, Mo B., Willie P., & The Big John Miller Band. For ticket information and more, visit www.etix.com or call 888-684-9998.

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