Circle The City with Love #RNCinCLE

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Cleveland is the city where we come from so run! Run!

Violence has riddled our city for the past couple of years. We’re not new to hearing news story after news story, reading Social Media post after Social Media posts of someone/people being shot. The Black community has been greatly affected with senseless violence. Between fighting/killing each other to being killed by police, things have taken a turn for the worse!

Turn on the TV, open your Apps and you’re numbed by the news of another Black man killed at the hands of the police…Another…then Another…!! Why? Why are we targets?

Protests ensue, shots ring out and the latest news update: Cops Killed in Dallas!

Circle the City with Love…what…Love…?

The mission of Circle the City with Love – Cleveland 2016 was to embody the power of love that brings peace and justice to our city, our country and our world through the simple act of holding hands and standing together as one in intentional silence at an important moment in our history.

The idea for this event originated with Sister Rita Petruziello, inspired by the song

“Circle the City with Love.”

As the founding director of River’s Edge in Cleveland , a Congregation of St Joseph sponsored ministry,

Sister Rita wanted to demonstrate the ministry’s mission of “personal and societal transformation so that all life will thrive.”

July 17, 2016 was 85 degrees of stifling humidity; over 1k of us stood in our diverse glory holding hands on Hope Memorial Bridge for 30 mins in silence, in the name of Love. Our Human chain was fueled with bagels stuffed with Humus and Cucumbers, warm bottles of water and sprays of sunscreen glistened off of our sunbathed limbs. We stood for Humanity, Hope, injustice, Peace, and Love. Standing in silence with my family, 216 The Beat Family and strangers turned family, felt more powerful than I imagined.

The blow-horns blared signaling the end of our Stand for Love…it ended with hugs, handshakes and a few tears.

We stood and continue to stand for Love!

 

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Dre Walton | Think About Me feat. Eriq Troi (Prod. by Justin Fraley) [VID] {@drewalton}

Cleveland’s R&B sensation, Dre Walton, releases new “Think About Me” video.

Follow his Social Media:

Twitter: @DreWalton

Instagram: DreWalton

Toobe Fresco – 10 Gold Chains [VID]

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#KidsMatter FREE #Baseball Camp [EVNT]

Pitch hit Run

 

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#TETentertainment and #SIUE has teamed up with the Boys & Girls Club of Cleveland to present the 2nd Annual Pitch, Hit and Run Cleveland:

(Register Below)

Major League Baseball Pitch, Hit & Run (PHR) is a FREE, 1-day event for boys and girls ages 7-14*. PHR is the official skills competition of Major League Baseball.

Boys and girls compete separately and participants have the opportunity to compete in four levels of competition including Locals, Sectionals, Team Championships and the National Finals at the MLB All-Star Game.

• After completing our competition – Participants will be rewarded,  and Sectional competition information will be given to the winners

LEVELS OF COMPETITION

Local Competition – May 2nd, 2015 at the  Boys and Girls Club.

All-Around, Pitching, Hitting and Running Champions advance from EACH age and gender group.

Sectional Competition – Mid May-Early June

Each Sectional is part of an MLB team’s geographic market.

All-Around Champions in each age and gender group are ELIGIBLE to advance.
The top 3 scores in each age and gender group among the Sectional All Around Champions within each MLB geographic market will advance to the Team Championships.

MLB Team Championship – June (weekends)
Held in all 30 Major League Ballparks.
Participants must place first in their age group to be ELIGIBLE to advance. The top 3 scores in each age and gender group out of all 30 MLB Team Championships will advance to the National Finals.

National Finals – MLB All-Star Week
National Finalists will receive an all-expense paid trip to the All-Star Game in Minneapolis, Minn. Finalists will participate in an array of festivities upon arrival, including a PHR Welcome Reception, MLB Brunch and All- Star FanFest. Finalists will compete on-field prior to shagging fly balls during the Home Run Derby and attending the All-Star Game!

PRIZES/AWARDS: At each level of competition competitors will receive an item for their participation. Prizes at different levels of competition include certificates, medals, trophies and other awards. National Finalists receive a trip to the All-Star Game.

Competitors compete in four age groups: 7/8, 9/10, 11/12, 13/14. Age is determined as of July 17, 2015.

Register Here:  https://pitchhitrunclevelandtickets2015.eventbrite.com

Mz. Crazy Tee “Girls” Produced By J-BOU The Official Music Video

Cleveland’s own Mz. Crazy Tee releases a new video in anticipation of her new  project, The Package Re-delivered.

Winning the Ohio Hip Hop Award’s “Best Female Artist” category and coming off of her being named Cleveland’s Next Up for 2015 by “Im So Cleveland” she plans to take her rightful place as the Queen amongst Kings!

Artist: Mz. Crazy Tee
Song: Girls
Producer: J Bou

Instagram: @mzcrazytee

Twitter: @Mzcrazytee

Neshia Nee – Truffle Butter Remix (Vid)

https://vimeo.com/121013047

Cleveland’s own Neshia Nee gives you a little taste in the anticipation of her upcoming project. The #PrettyPoizon star will begin her promo tour this Friday, March 6th at the 216 Lounge in Cleveland, OH.

Follow her on Instagram: @NeshiaNee