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What it do with LUE: D’zyl

D’zyl

D’zyl

Big package with a lot of talent is What It Do With The LUE this week! I’ve always heard about the rapper known as D’zyl but never had the opportunity to meet him in person until this year through a mutual friend. .I was able to get ahold of his music and was like WOW! His flows and lyrics are definitely inspired by true Hip-Hop. Please take a moment to know more about D’zyle.

D’zyl 5k1 (Diesel 5001) born Daniel Edward Fromm, a man of German and Black descent, as well as a Gemini, fully understands duality and the nature of relativity, especially with music. He boasts of listening to literally almost all types of music and being able to relate and pull from those genres to help mold his own sound. Born in Hollywood, California but raised in a gritty place known as the Inland Empire, San Bernardino to be exact, he chose to never let his environment limit his imagination or dictate his future, but rather inspire it.

Primarily a hip hop artist, he believes that he should never be confounded by titles or barriers. He enjoys singing, of all styles, and will even try to sneak in some opera at any chance he can. With a novelist’s wit, he has penned songs for numerous artists, has written a book, and a few scripts. There is no limitations to what he can or will do.

One of his goals is, “to be one of those names that people drop when they’re trying to sound cool haha.” With the way things are going and the tenacity he displays day in and day out, that day will soon be among us.

D’zyl has opened for Chino XL, Planet Asia, Layzie Bone, X-Clan, Keith Murray, Percee P, Bomshot, Coolio, Dirty Birdy, Speak, Reverie, Big B of Kottonmouth Kings, and many more. He has several song placements in various films, has performed at SXSW and countless festivals, including headlining the first ever Community Fest of his city and being among the first rappers to perform at the National Orange Show, and has been in the newspapers and radio on more than a few occasions. He is barely scratching the surface and will continue to spread his therapy to the world in years to come. Make sure you check him out links are located at www.wssnews.com. Until next week L’z!

The Diamond Monologues Auditions This Saturday

SAN BERNARDINO, CA- If you loved “For Colored Girls,” then you’ll love author and playwright T’ana Phelice’s “The Diamond Monologues,” which will be coming to San Bernardino on Saturday, September 17. For all of our actresses in the city, you’ll have an opportunity to showcase your skills on the stage. Auditions for “The Diamond Monologues: will be held on Saturday, June 25 from 2 p.n. to 3:30 p.m. at 577 N. D. Street in San Bernardino. For more information and to receive a script to prepare, please email mstanaphelice@gmail.com or pr@sophisticatedrelations.com. Serious inquires only please!

 

Another Emmy Win For Loma Linda University Health Advancement Films Team

Loma Linda University Health advancement films pose with their new trophies after the 42nd Annual Pacific Southwest Emmy Awards over the weekend in Rancho Mirage. From left: Michael Wolcott, Maranatha Hay, Keturah Reed and Patricia Kelikani.

Loma Linda University Health advancement films pose with their new trophies after the 42nd Annual Pacific Southwest Emmy Awards over the weekend in Rancho Mirage. From left: Michael Wolcott, Maranatha Hay, Keturah Reed and Patricia Kelikani.

LOMA LINDA, CA – Loma Linda University Health advancement films earned, once again, the highest honor in the television industry – the Emmy. The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences awarded “Life on the Line” its first Emmy Award in the category of health/science program at the 42nd Annual Pacific Southwest Emmy Awards over the weekend in Rancho Mirage.

Produced by Advancement Films, The documentary TV series gives viewers an inspiring look into the resilience of humankind as it brings Loma Linda University Health’s mission to life.

The winning episode, “Rough Beginning,” features the Maternal Fetal Medicine Center and NICU at Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital.

After an unexpected pregnancy, Janett and Gian find out their baby boy will be born with a life-threatening condition called gastroschisis, a birth defect in which the intestines are outside of the body. Without immediate medical treatment, baby Theodore’s life will be in danger as soon as he is born. Gastroschisis happens twice as often in California’s Inland Empire and researchers at Loma Linda University Health are working to find out why. The episode follows the journey of a young family, whose bond grows stronger during their biggest life challenge, and the doctors and nurses who pull together with hopes of giving Theodore a future.

This recent win brings the film team’s total Emmy count to 13. The advancement films team is currently in production of season 3 of “Life on the Line,” which is scheduled to air winter 2016.