Dec 29, 2011 – Birmingham AL USA – Audiostate 55 Entertainment is proud to announce the signing of the collective style of J.A. & THA PREZ to its recording label. Brothers J.A. (Justin Arrington) and THA PREZ (Adam Arrington) have been exciting audiences with their brand of positive pop and praise party music. Having been featured at The Basement, the explosive Christian youth movement led by Mat Pitt, J.A. & THA PREZ’s presentation is amazingly creative and fresh and provides a wonderful alternative for those seeking youthful, positive, and wholesome pop music. Award-winning producer, arranger, and conductor Dr. Henry Panion, III, president and founder of Audiostate 55 Entertainment! says “J.A. & THA PREZ were exactly what we were looking for to complete the roster of artists on the label,” which includes Overfloe Jazz, Church Boy, Curtiss Glenn & Free2Worship, Neo Collective, and Denita Gibbs, whose single, “Nothing Better Than You” is soon to be released.
J.A. & THA PREZ was formed while Justin and Adam were students at Oral Roberts University (ORU) and was quickly recognized for their exceptional talent. In just their short existence J.A. & THA PREZ has been afforded the opportunity to open for the likes of Canton Jones, Sho Baraka, and Mase. In the crowded space of pop and hip-hop, Dr. Panion says, “If a new group doesn’t have anything new and fresh to offer, why bother.” But upon witnessing J.A. & THA PREZ, he states, “Once you see and hear J.A. & THA PREZ, you will be a believer. They have so much to offer.” Audiostate 55 Entertainment! will have J.A. & THA PREZ in the studio immediately working to release their first single.
Hosted by Comedian Xavier this comedy event will feature Felicia Ellision, Josh Harris with Headliner Double D.
Showtime is promptly at 7pm and you must be 21 or older to enter.
Chicken and Fish plates available for $7.00.
Birmingham Lodge #79 located at 6815 2nd Avenue South.
Tickets at $12 in advance or $15 at the door. For more information contact (205) 222-6050
Now back to the message. Relationships truly take work. This has been a given for many years… Long before we were even born, people were working on relationships. The question is not whether you must work, but rather who has to work and how much. I find in every relationship that there is one person into it more than the other. This in itself is not an issue. The problem comes when one person is expecting the other to do or bring something concrete into the relationship.
Let me elaborate what I mean. Some people expect that their mate will pay half of the bills and others expect that their mate be supportive and involved in their dreams. For everyone, their expectations are different. I personally expect support and communication. It’s not so important for me that my sig pulls a financial weight as long as she pushes me and challenges me to be a better me.
We have to take care with past successes and not assume what worked in the past will do so in the future. As an example, I had a friend tell me that they were good in bed and that keeps them getting what they want. I told them that may work now, but maybe not in the future. Each person has something different that’s important to them. I for example am emotionally detached about sex, so it doesn’t form a bond for me. Basically it doesn’t matter how much you throw sex at me, it won’t make me form an attachment to you. If however you take an interest into what I do and become a help and asset, then you’ll be on your way to my heart.
It is important that we do our research on the people that we’re dating to see what’s important to them. This can cut down on lots of frustration. We cannot assume that giving someone what we like will give them the same joy as us.
People please expand your horizons and step outside of what you are use to. Try asking a simple question. What is important to you in the relationship?
After getting your answer, you may find that you’ve been building a bridge to a place the other person doesn’t care about going.
On the other side of that, if your mate is uninterested in finding out what is important to you, I say that you have a non-participant.
This is basically a person that is only willing to play the game that they’re interested in. Don’t get me wrong, it’s not that you don’t like playing their game, but that you also want them to play yours too.
At the end of the day, you want to have reciprocation. You want to know that you’re not the only one in it. If that’s your situation, what’s the point? You can do that by yourself.
To have a partner you must be invested 50 / 50.
No cover!! 8pm – 10pm groove to the best in Deep House, Broken Beat and Down Tempo with DJ Love Deluxe of Birmingham. From 10pm – 2am bring in the New Yer with DJ Joel spinning Hip Hop, Top 40, Electro and House music.
ALOT HOTEL SOHO DISTRICT
1903 29th Avenue South
Birmingham, AL 35209
For more information call (205) 874-8055
Bring in the New Year doing your favorite line dances! Join Seagram’s Gin, Hot 107.7, Diamond Limo, Anita’z on the Southside and digitalartshosting.com/urbanham at the BJCC East Ballroom for The New Year’s Event: The Biggest Line Dance. Featuring Live performance from Mr. Wobble himself, V.I.C., plus live performances from Birmingham’s own Jaafar and Mary B.E.A.U.T.I.F.U.L. and DJ Willie on the tables!
General & VIP Tickets are available by calling (205) 230-3082 or (205) 202-5176. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Call (205) 324-500 to book your hotel room from the Sheraton for a discounted rated when you mention the Hot 107.7 New Year’s Special.
Live music by 5th Element featuring Groove and G Child plus Chris Coleman and the South Models!
Saturday, December 31, 201 @ 8pm.
Advance tickets on sale now for $25 at On the Way Spirits on 3rd Avenue North.
For table reservations call (205) 266-1319.
Cutting Edge (CE) Entertainment presents the Sagittarius vs. Capricorn Birthday Bash hosted by Brandon Lamar also known as BraNNue Life at Legends Sports Bar on December 30, 2011. This event will be a great pre-New Years Eve party in celebration of our Sagittarius and Capricorn birthday guests. CE Entertainment and BraNNue will be celebrating the birthdays of Johngelene Dandridge, C.K. Miles, Michael “Moose” Taylor, Johnny “JA” Anderson and more.
If you’re wondering about Brandon Lamar, here’s a little more information about the brother who is next in line to shine. Brandon Lamar is from Birmingham, AL and has become a phenomenally versatile entertainer. He brings a Nue light to everything he does which partially defines his brand name, BraNNue Life. For the record, BraNNue Life means more than just a name. Yes, BraNNue carries much more weight.
BraN: serves as a brand to allow people to recognize Brandon and what he represents. Nue: serves as a play on the word hue to describe the fresh new light that he brings to the game. Life: is self-explanatory. BraNNue‘s view on life is: “It is what it is. If you want to do something, try it.”
Brandon has been seen on talk shows such as The Tyra Banks Show, The Wendy Williams Show and the Maury Show. He’s been seen in Newsweek and Essence magazines and he is currently featured as the male eye candy in Elle Varner’s music video “Only Wanna Give It To You” featuring J. Cole. Brandon is an all around entertainment personality who has no limits. He’s hit the ground running and doesn’t plan on slowing down anytime soon. He represents a fresh, Nue edge of entertainment. Join the best of the best to experience a BraNNue vibe with Cutting Edge Entertainment at the Sagittarius vs. Capricorn Birthday Bash. See you there!
Legends Sports Lounge 230 18th street north ( at the corner of 3rd Ave. N and 18th St. N) Birmingham, Al 35203.
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama — Birmingham officials decided against a public bond issue to pay for the $64 million baseball park project because they feared Jefferson County’s bankruptcy filing would dampen investor appetite for the securities.
Instead, they turned to banks BBVA Compass and Citizens Trust for financing and found what they think is an affordable transaction.
Doors open at 8pm, showtime at 9pm.
General Admission $30.00
For tickets visit www.workplay.com or calling (205) 380-4082. For booth and table reservations call (205) 879-4773. ext 4002.
Worplay is located at 500 23rd Street, Birmingham, AL 35233
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Financing for a downtown Birmingham baseball park and museum is complete following $64 million in loans signed this evening, The Birmingham News has learned.
That transaction and today’s signing of land swap agreements with the University of Alabama at Birmingham signify a major move to bring the Birmingham Barons to downtown and create a sports-themed district near Railroad Park.