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They Talked Back!

The Chicken Man

SAN BERNARDINO, CA- The “Chicken Man” joined “The Lighthouse For The Blind” in vouching for “Captain Mike’s” Fishing Association. A Congressional candidate explained why and a major Juneteenth event was announced during Sunday’s Empire Talks Back” (ETB) radio show.

ETB guests pictured above are (L to R): “The Chicken Man” Albert Okura, Founder of Juan Pollo Chicken; Emily and her grandmother Sandra Wood, the Executive Director I.E. Lighthouse For The Blind;“Captain Mike” of the California Fishing Association and Trudy Coleman, Chairperson of the Pomona valley Juneteenth Festival. Congressional candidate, Kaisar Ahmed is not in the photo but is on the show.

ETB is broadcast each Sunday morning at 10 a.m. on KCAA 1050-AM Radio. You can hear and see Sunday’s show via the following link www.ustream.tv/search?q=empire+talks+back.

 

What it do with LUE: KCAA Radio

KCAA RadioKCAA RADIO is WHAT IT DO WITH THE LUE THIS WEEK! PSA! ATTENTION ARTIST’S! Rap/Hip-Hop/R&B music Wanted! LUE Productions has its own radio show right here in the IE titled “LISTENING WITH LUE (Launching Unique Entertainment)” a platform for Indie Artist’s and the ART’S. Every Sunday tune in with us from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.

LIVE RADIO and INTERNET! LET THE WORLD HEAR YOUR MUSIC! Music must be EDITED to be in rotation. The show is hosted by LUE and Co-Hosted by Comedian Anthony Stone and Deeveatva Foy; and featuring a guest host occasionally. For interview and song rotation opportunities, please email Lue.info@yahoo.com at attention: “Listening with LUE”. You can also call in and chat with us at (909) 888-5222.

Launching Unique Entertainment Talent and Production Co., known as LUE Productions, was established in 2005 with the mission of offering a safe and productive venue for artists of all ages to display their talents. We pride ourselves in bringing forth unique and entertaining shows for all too enjoy. Our events over the years have provided a public forum for families to enjoy special presentations from our communities most talented. As the organization has expanded, we have had successful shows which allowed exposure for artist in the Inland Empire and surrounding cities through special events such as musical concerts, talent shows, open mic nights, and theatrical plays.

LUE Productions is community-oriented and has committed it’s time and resources to giving back to its neighborhoods. Visit us at www.lueproductions.org. LuCretia Dowdy is the Founder and CEO.

Cheryl Miller to Coach Women’s Basketball at Cal State Los Angeles

Cheryl-Miller

Cheryl Miller

LOS ANGELES, CA- Cheryl Miller is the new head coach of the Golden Eagles women’s basketball program at Cal State LA. Miller has had a stellar career as a player and coach. Considered one of the greatest basketball players of all time, she led USC to two national titles in 1983 and 1984 and was twice named NCAA Tournament MVP. She helped guide the 1984 U.S. Olympic team to a gold medal and is enshrined in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame and Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame.

Miller comes to Cal State LA from Langston University in Langston, Oklahoma, where she led the Lions to a #18 NAIA ranking in two seasons as head coach. Miller was hired at Langston by Cal State LA Executive Director of Athletics Mike Garrett, who previously directed athletics at the historically Black college.

Miller was also the head women’s basketball coach at USC for two seasons from 1993 to 1995, taking the Trojans to the NCAA tournament both years before embarking on a successful career as a television reporter and analyst. She also served as head coach for four years and general manager of the Phoenix Mercury of the Women’s National Basketball Association, guiding the team to the league finals in 1998.

As a teenager Miller spent summers in the U.S. Olympic development program, held in the Cal State LA gym. “The first college I played at, literally, was Cal State LA. I’m glad to be back,” she said.

Miller brings a wealth of playing and coaching experience to the University—and a clear sense of purpose. “Graduating and developing women of inspiration and substance is my goal,” Miller said. “Cal State LA is the perfect place for that mission.”

Women comprise about 60 percent of the more than 27,000 students at Cal State LA, which fields teams in six women’s sports. Garrett, who first hired Miller at USC, says she will help elevate Cal State LA athletics.

“I’ve known Cheryl as a player, coach and general manager for more than 20 years. She is a world-class talent,” Garrett said. “I came to Cal State LA to win national championships, and Cheryl has done just that. She knows how to get us to where we intend to go.”

Cal State LA President William A. Covino said that “Miller is a winning shot for the University as it drives toward greater achievements in athletics.”

“Cheryl embodies the kind of athlete and human being who will lead our students to successful futures beyond what they’ve imagined,” Covino said.

Said Jose A. Gomez, Cal State LA Executive Vice President: “Los Angeles legend Cheryl Miller is coming back home to coach our students to greater heights—to be champions in the classroom, the community and on the court.”