Tonight's Karamu with Dr. Richard Cooper
Jun 29, 2012 | News Archive
Tonight's Karamu with Dr. Richard Cooper

From singers to chefs, tune in!

It's a packed friday night, as we ease into the heat wave night! Turn on your radio, plug in your smartphones to a speaker- courtesy of our new App!, or enjoy your drive to the beach tonight with some great programming! Here is a list of the following show topics!

Dr. Cooper's Karamu:

4: 05 PM
Is Black Radio Losing Ground?
Paul Porter Marriot Airport Co founder of and the founder Rap Rehab

Paul Porter has been a force in radio, music and television for over three decades. His deep, sultry voice has resonated on the airwaves of many of the nation’s top rated radio stations and has been featured in large scale national television and radio campaigns including campaigns for AT&T and HBO. At WMMJ Paul increased the station’s rank from 28th to 4th in just nine months of assuming the position and WKYS was the top rated station in the market during his tenure. He has also served as the announcer for seven consecutive NBA All-Star games. Paul’s expertise and proficiency has established him as a thought-leader in the radio and music industry and he is often sought out by major media outlets.

Cuisine Noir An African American owned Culinary Magazine
We interview V Sheree Williams - Publisher * Freelance Writer

Check out the latest issue at Born and raised in the suburbs of Chicago, Sheree holds a Bachelor of Science in Advertising from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a Master of Science in Integrated Marketing Communications from Golden Gate University in San Francisco. She currently lives in Oakland, Calif., and enjoys trying new restaurants, cooking, taking pictures of food and traveling.

Today she is writing about her delicious relationship as the publisher of the first online and print food, wine and travel magazine for African-American foodies called Cuisine Noir. Re-launched in September 2009 under her company V. Sheree Publishing, Cuisine Noir is a lifestyle publication centered on creating the ultimate culinary experiences for foodies around the globe.With an international palate, Cuisine Noir is focused on taking African-Americans out of their food comfort zones and into trying something a little different; one month at a time. In 2010, she launched the blog, The Culinary Scoop, which provides informative and fun commentary as well as news about culinary scenes all over the world.

5:45 – 6:25 PM
Philadelphia's own singer Temika Moore and the release of her new CD.... 

6:30 PM
Randall Grass of Philly Gumbo Band