December 5, 2013
Sunset: Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela (1918-2013) was a South African anti-apartheid revolutionary and politician who served as President of South Africa from 1994 to 1999
BREAKING: South African president says Nelson Mandela has died at age 95.
— The Associated Press (@AP) December 5, 2013
“Let us pause and give thanks for the fact that Nelson Mandela lived.” —President Obama
— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) December 5, 2013
— BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) December 6, 2013
Nelson Mandela was inspirational. On behalf of NZ I’d like to express my sincere condolences to his family and all South Africans.
— John Key (@johnkeypm) December 5, 2013
A great light has gone out in the world. Nelson Mandela was a hero of our time. I’ve asked for the flag at No10 to be flown at half mast.
— David Cameron (@David_Cameron) December 5, 2013
Nelson Madiba Mandela was the hero for all freedom loving people. He will always be remembered for what he gave the world – human dignity.
— Amama Mbabazi (@AmamaMbabazi) December 5, 2013
Madiba- President (1st,post-apartheid SA) passes on-but what is certain he will continue to live in the hearts of many of us # rest in peace
— Paul Kagame (@PaulKagame) December 5, 2013
— Wyclef Jean (@wyclef) December 6, 2013
I’m hearing about Nelson Mandela’s death while on African soil in Oran, Algeria. Sending prayers to Mandela’s family. pic.twitter.com/i5ONBP9Xez
— Mike Tyson (@MikeTyson) December 5, 2013
World leaders mourn the death of Nelson Mandela http://t.co/vFxCKc851X
— TIME.com (@TIME) December 6, 2013
Here is the full text of Mandela’s iconic speech – “An ideal for which I am prepared to die” http://t.co/JAgwn9Fgv4
— Washington Post (@washingtonpost) December 6, 2013
— NASA (@NASA) December 5, 2013
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November 30, 2013
Paul Walker, 40, dies in crash: report http://t.co/rYh2XxjmIM
— CoreRx, Inc. (@CoreRx) December 1, 2013
MORE: Publicist says “Fast & Furious” star Paul Walker has died in a car crash north of Los Angeles: http://t.co/vVF4zJUXuG -KH
— The Associated Press (@AP) December 1, 2013
— Wesley Lowery (@WesleyLowery) December 1, 2013
Actor Paul Walker, best known for the ‘Fast & Furious’ movies, has died in a Calif. car crash, his publicist confirms http://t.co/JYsgK5DVg5
— TIME.com (@TIME) December 1, 2013
“Sadly I must confirm that Paul did pass away this afternoon,” Walker’s rep Ame Van Iden said. http://t.co/RoMirgq8FM
— ABC News (@ABC) December 1, 2013
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November 21, 2013
Friend of the Buzz Bey Bright is Back with New Book…
While millions of women believe they know how to handle their relationships with men, most struggle to find true love and happiness. However, a compelling new book by relationship expert Bey Bright is about to change their lives for the better.
‘Claim Your Man; A Woman’s Guide To Love, Happiness & Self-Empowerment’ combines Bey’s unique ability to motivate others with the experience he has gathered studying thousands of relationships. The result is a book that every woman needs to read.
This book is a self-help woman’s guide to attain love, happiness and self-empowerment in relationships. Written by relationship expert and author Bey Bright.
This book aims to give women of all ages and backgrounds real life solid information to be applied in their everyday lives.
As the author explains, his book holds the vital clues to many relationship mysteries.
“This book is vitally important because it gives women of all ages, backgrounds, ethnicities and social statuses a clear and creative roadmap back to rediscovering love and achieving personal fulfilment,” says Bright, an accomplished entertainer and inspiring consultant.
Continuing, “It was written for those both struggling to find love and those already in a healthy relationship. No relationship is perfect and there’s always room for improvement. My book’s broad appeal makes it useful to anyone – however unique or stable their situation.”
Critics praise the author for the diligent efforts he is taking to change the lives of others. However, according to Bright, it’s a calling.
“Empowering and helping others is a deep passion that I just can’t shake. I’ve now dedicated my life to this cause and there are further books in the works. Stay tuned!” he adds.
‘Claim Your Man; A Woman’s Guide To Love, Happiness & Self-Empowerment’, published by BookBaby, is available now: http://amzn.to/GLg4QP.
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October 7, 2013
Bishop W. Ron Sailor, Sr., Pastor of Christ the King Baptist Church and former journalist for CBS Radio – WAOK 1380 and V-103, passed away yesterday October 6, 2013. He was 63. Sailor, Sr., a native of Buford, Georgia is survived by his wife, the Rev. Dr. Marion Sailor, and their 4 sons and 2 daughters.
As a journalist and commentator for television, radio, and newspaper, Sailor has been awarded the highest accolades and awards of his profession. A seven-time EMMY award winner for his outstanding performance in television as well as being named Outstanding Commentator in the Southeastern United States three-times, Bishop Sailor was the first African-American to serve as commentator for the evening news for a major southern television station on WSB-TV and also the first African-American to host an afternoon television program in Atlanta, when he hosted the “Backtalk” program on WXIA-Television.
Buzz offices saddened to hear of this lost in media and radio. Who didn’t have the pleasure of knowing Ron Sailor, Sr? I personally had the pleasure of being in Sailor’s presence and learning from his media and radio wit. When owner of WIGO, Sailor took me under his wings giving me not only a show on his station, but a love for and understanding of the power of media. ~ Yalanda P Lattimore.
September 26, 2013
Evelyn Lowery, the wife of civil rights leader Joseph E. Lowery, died overnight in her Atlanta home.
She was 88.
Lowery, the founder of SCLC/W.O.M.E.N. (Women’s Organizational Movement for Equality Now), suffered a stroke on Sept. 18 and had been hospitalized for a week. She returned home from the hospital on Wednesday, after doctors told the family that her condition would remain critical.
Prior to her passing, family issued statement that doctors had done all they could and family was taking her home.
After receiving notification by medical experts of the irreversible damage caused by the massive stroke that our dear wife and mother experienced on last Wednesday evening, and understanding that the medical team has done all that they could do, the Lowery family has prayerfully made a decision to release her from the hospital and return her to the comforts of her home.
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September 13, 2013
Patti Webster(AP Photo/W&W Public Relations, Inc.) NEW YORK (AP) — Patti Webster, a longtime publicist who represented stars including Usher, Janet Jackson, Chris Paul and Alicia Keys, died Friday. She was 49.
Patti Webster(AP Photo/W&W Public Relations, Inc.)
- See more at: http://www.legacy.com/ns/obituary.aspx?n=patti-webster&pid=166943412#sthash.6gJDWykA.dpuf
Webster was suffering from brain cancer. She died at a hospital in Somerville, N.J., her firm announced.
Webster founded W&W Public Relations in 1991. She represented celebrities in almost every field, including Halle Berry, Dwight Howard and Steve Harvey, and organizations including Creflo Dollar Ministries.
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August 27, 2013
VideoBuzz: In this quickbuzz video, Yalanda P Lattimore, editor of DryerBuzz.com and author of #27Answers to Create Buzz shares a quick tip on how to create buzz. ”Go from the audience to the stage; from the back to the front. That’s how you create buzz, says Yalanda.”
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Rock MLK Bells: Let Freedom Ring August 28, 2013 at 3:00 P.M. | Download #MLKDREAM50 Bell Ringing APP | Join others commemorating March on Washington #MOW50
August 25, 2013
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Who has a dream for Atlanta’s historic MLK Historic District? | City Officials want zoning changed | Kwanza Hall
August 25, 2013
Who has a dream for Atlanta’s historic MLK Historic District? Kwanza Hall updates local news on changes he hopes to see to improve the district. Parts are the corridor still undervalued and in need of much more improvement. The street car is coming with impending plans to bring tourists into district. Area remains diamond in the rough. Those already invested see the future of the once thriving and historic district but would like to see more businesses in the area. Who has the dream?
SideBuzz: The King Center has seen much new life since Dr. King’s youngest daughter Rev. Bernice King has taken leadership. DryerBuzz.com has buzzed center events more in last year than in last decade. Loving it. We have even launched of series of technology workshops in the area for #27Answers.
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August 24, 2013
#27Answers to Create Buzz answers “What’s branding?” Enjoy this really simple answer to a FAQ. Watch. Spread the Buzz
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