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Sheltering heARTS Hosts 2nd Annual Fundraiser

RIVERSIDE, CA- Leadership Riverside Alumni Class of 2012, founders of Sheltering heARTS, announced that theu will be hosting their 2nd Annual Sheltering heARTS fundraising gala benefiting Riverside County’s Path of Life Homeless and Transitional shelters. The gala will be taking place on Saturday, September 14 at The Riverside Art Museum, 3425 Mission Inn Avenue, Riverside. Registration begins at 5:30 p.m. and is $120 per person. The price includes food and beverages for the evening. The purpose of the gala is raise much-needed funds to assist Path in Life in delivering critical programs that rescue, restore an rebuild the lives of homeless individuals and families in Riverside County. Last year the gala raised over $71, 000. This year’s keynote speaker is Laura Schroff, recent New York Times best-selling author of An Invisble Thread: The True Story of an 11-year-old Panhandler. For more information, visit www.shelteringhearts.org.

What It Do With LUE – This Week Mi$fit

Misfit

Misfit

This week’s artist’s review is a true talent. I’m featuring the man himself, Mi$fit. Phillip Quadir Bailey, better known as Mi$fit: The Born Hustler, is making noise in the entertainment game. His single “Where They Do That At” is most definitely a banger, a project put out by Sity Counsil Entertainment. I met Mi$fit through a contact a few months ago. I was told by this individual, “Wait until you hear and see this dude in action”. I must confess, I was not disappointed. Mi$fit came to our studio ready. I asked him to perform in front of the folks that were there, and he did just that with no hesitation.

This past Sunday, I had a chance interview and see him perform in Los Angeles for LaTrina Blackberry’s, 6th Annual Western Conference. Mi$fit is definitely no stranger to the stage or the MIC. He commanded the crowd. I love to watch the reaction of the audience whenever a performer performs. The expression and body language tells it all. The crowd was hyped and well engaged. I give Mi$fit two thumbs up for a great performance.

This entertainer has a little more to him than just music. He has a love for the kids. Mi$fit has created a foundation entitled Misfit for the Kids. Misfit coaches Eastvale Pop Warner, and is involved in community services. He has also created the anthem for Eastvale Pop Warner and will be shooting a video to the anthem within the next month. He has raised more than $500.00 for the Eastvale community and is currently working with the Mayor of Eastvale. He is also the owner of, PAC Entertainment, which stands for, “People And Creativity”, for trouble kids to help channel their energy into a positive manner. For more information on this foundation, please contact Phillip Quadir Bailey at 951-454-0489 or 909-437-9318.

I predict a bright future for this talented artist. For more information on upcoming shows and music, please check out his face book page and Soundcloud under ‘Mi$fit- The Born Hustler’ or you can find him on all Sity Council Entertainment social media sites.

Once again it’s ya girl LUE keeping you informed of the talent in the IE and surrounding cities. Until next week, TTFN!

Black Rose Awards Recipients Have Been Announced

A. Majadi CEO-Boys & Girls Club of San Bernardino

A. Majadi CEO-Boys & Girls Club of SB

Ronald Cochran Asst. Sheriff - San Bernardino County

Ronald Cochran Asst. Sheriff – SB County

Richard Fields - Judge

Richard Fields – Judge

Pastor Robert Fairley

Pastor Robert Fairley

Miriam Vickers

Miriam Vickers

Eula Charles

Eula Charles

Dr. Keyisha Holmes Founder-DIVDED

Dr. Keyisha Holmes Founder-DIVDED

Dr. Kennon Mitchell Asst. Superintendent-SBCUSD

Dr. Kennon Mitchell Asst. Superintendent-SBCUSD

Bowser, George

Bowser, George

Anita Riley, Retired

Anita Riley, Retired

SAN BERNARDINO, CA- The San Bernardino Black Culture Foundation is proud to announce to the community the recipients of the 24th Annual Black Rose Awards. These outstanding heros are: A. Majadi (CEO of the Boys and Girls Club of San Bernardino), Humanitarian of the Year; Ronald E. Cochran (Assistant Sheriff, San Bernardino County Sheriff Department), Community Service Award and the Black Rose Awards will be presented to the following: George Bowser, Principal for San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools; Eula Charles, Supervising/Lead Case Manager with Time for Change Foundation; Anita Dimery, retired; Dr. Robert L. Fairley, Pastor of New Hope Missionary Baptist Church; The Honorable Judge Richard T. Fields, Judge of the Superior Court of CA, County of Riverside; Dr. Keyisha Holmes, founder of DVIDED NO MORE and Assistant Principal at Perris Union High School; Dr Kennon Mitchell, Assistant Superintendent for San Bernardino City Unified School District; and Miriam Vickers, CEO of MVickers Foudation. These unsung heroes will be honored Friday, September 13, 2013, at the National Orange Show, Valencia Room, in San Bernardino.  Tickets for this event are $60.00 per person or $600 for a table of ten. For more information, please call Margaret Hill at 909-864-3267 or 909-991-6422.