Knowledge is a powerful phenomenon. Not only does it breed your perception of the world around you, but it feeds the reception of the world to you. History is often riddled with conundrums that deny certain people their inherent place in the world.
No person is an island, neither in success or defeat, neither in tragedy or joy. We are inherently social animals, and peace should be a baseline of our existence, rather than a mere goal for which we strive. Therefore, we should not be passive.
Some people spend a great deal of time dreaming about what they will do, when they find love. However you approach love, whatever the dreams, goals, or hopes of which encircles your desires, everyone falls in love at some point.Guest Performers: Music Chris Jasper Comedy Dan Vitale Music Rickey "Slikk Muzik" Offord Music Trisco Pearson
Life is a constant dialogue of veiled meaning and interpretive dance. Oftentimes, dreams are lost in moving translation, via the echos that channel voids of nothingness and unfulfillment.Guest Performers: Music Joanne "J-Bird" Phillips Music Keith Clizark Theatre Lacy Darryl Phillips Music Sarah Dash
Sometimes it is all to easy to forget that the world really is revolving around you. Revolutions come, and they go. You are still here, with the arc of the future bending so far off in the distance, all you can see is the flat line of the horizon ahead.Guest Performers: Film C R Capers Theatre Satomi Hofmann Ministry Shanna Marie Wallace Fashion Sipho Gumbo
Somewhere in your journey, perhaps your dreams may have been pushed aside, and left to percolate in some forgotten corner of your mind. You have likely been encouraged by people in your past — as well as your present — to continue this sidelining.Guest Performers: Pageantry Alyssa Morgan Lego Pageantry Augostina Mallous Music Chuck McDermott Music Sonny Turner Music Trisco Pearson Music William Goldstein
Life has a confounding way of determining the course of your days and nights. It can build you up, step by step, to a crescendo of emotional fury so torrential it must be outside the laws of nature and of love.Guest Performers: Music Alfred Nevarez Music Billy Sherwood Music Freddie Jackson Music Paul Laurence Music Sonny Turner