Monday, January 18, 2010
On Saturday, January 16, 2010 @ Namaste' Cafe' & Juice Bar there was a celebration! The Writers Block celebrated it's first year of hosting open mics within the community! The turnout was wonderful! Namaste was packed once again. In attendance were some Writers Block members new and original. Such as Isis OrigiNile (ION) and her daughters Sankofa & Sikose affectionately known as "Ko-Ko Budda". Faye "Ame' Lamar" Robinson, Bernice Mbadugah, Nancy O. Tane'ah "Tnoodle" Jacob-Robinson, The Precious Promise Arts Circle Deborah the "Dictator" Chainey, Assata & Sodet Knox and Sodet's daughters Jasmine "J'Boogie" Burton and Zakiyah "The Wile. E. Rascal" Wyche, Henry & Teria Busby. There were other visitors to the celebration. Performances by "The Black Circle Symphony's (Drummers) own Ras Ujimma and Wahkiba, Speaker Reverend Moses Williams from the UN, Khalil Sankar, Evelyn Mennigal, teertS of course! Johnathan Ware of "Impromptu Reactivation Series" and more! All of the performers did their thing and a good time was indeed had by all who attended! Special thanks again to owner Drew Patch for allowing us to be there and share our God given talents! Join us Thursday, March 18th 7-9pm as we celebrate "Women's History Month" featuring the Writers Block own "Isis OrigiNile". Performers are still needed and wanted. Please spread the word about The Writers Block!